Rule 12: Conversion of LINEAR B KESE KOSO & KUSU to the ancient Greek alphabet:It is highly advised that you practice converting KESE KOSO & KUSU etc. from Linear B to ancient Greek by writing them out over and over until you have mastered all the spellings.

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## Rule 11: Conversion of Linear B KA KE KI KO KU to the ancient Greek alphabet

*Rule 11: Conversion of Linear B KA KE KI KO KU to the ancient Greek alphabet:
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## Rule 10b: Converting Linear B to Greek: Q series of syllabograms to Greek p & Rule 10c: Converting Linear B to Greek: Q series of syllabograms to Greek b

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Rule 10b: Converting Linear B to Greek: Q series of syllabograms to Greek p & Rule 10c: Converting Linear B to Greek: Q series of syllabograms to Greek b:
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## Rule 10a: Converting Linear B to Greek: Q series of syllabograms to Greek k

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Rule 10a: Converting Linear B to Greek: Q series of syllabograms to Greek k:
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## Rule 9b: Linear B K = Greek g

Rule 9b: Linear B K = Greek g:

## Converting Linear B to ancient Greek, Rule 6a, TA TE TI TO TU

Converting Linear B to ancient Greek, Rule 6a, TA TE TI TO TU: Rule 6a is very simple. In the majority of Linear B words containing TA TE TI TO TU, these syllabograms must be converted to ta te ti to tu in (archaic) ancient Greek. However, by now it is becoming obvious that almost all or all of theprevious ruleswe have already learned (1-5) also apply to almost all Greek words, and so we must always keep this in mind. In other words,multiple rules almost always apply to almost all Linear B words converted into Greek. The best way to confirm this is simply to check the Greek spelling in Tselentis of every single word you convert from Linear B into Greek. This requires perseverance and above all, practice, practice, practice, until it sinks in. From here on in, as we learn each additional rule, from 6b upwards, the number of multiple rules applying to almost every Linear B word converted into Greek will increase by1with each new rule. So far the number of multiple rules applying to each Linear B word converted into Greek = 1 2 3a 3b 4 5 6a for a maximum of7possible variations. With rule 6b, the maximum number of multiples will increase to8. Rule 6b follows in the next post.

## Special post for Linear B students: how to convert from Linear B to the ancient Greek alphabet and vice versa:

Special post for Linear B students: how to convert from Linear B to the ancient Greek alphabet and *vice versa*:

The following tables illustrate how to convert from Linear B to the ancient Greek alphabet and *vice versa*.

A: Linear B to ancient Greek:

B: ancient Greek to Linear B:

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