Linear A Texts
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HT (Haghia Triada)

inaugural date: 26 November 2000; last update: 26 October 2016
Comments, corrections, questions: John Younger (jyounger@ku.edu)


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Types of Supports (the objects that receive writing)
tablets (page, bars, lames)
Wa = nodules/noduli
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Za = stone vessels
Zb = clay vessels
Zc = inked inscriptions
Zd = graffiti
Ze = architecture
Zf = metal objects
Zg = stone objects


HAGHIA TRIADA

LM IB context


Schoep 2002, 179: according to Caratelli, tablets 1-50 and 58-84 are thought to come from the Villa and 85-154A from the Casa del Lebete (from the way they were found, probably stored in a wooden box). The joins 23+150 and 70+151 cast some doubt on the accuracy of these findspots, however. According to Militello, HT 85-113 come from Casa room 7 (excavated in 1904) and 114-121 and 129-131 (1912 excavations) come from Casa room 9.

In the Villa, tablets come from at least 5 locations: HT 24 was found in the South-West Quarter, on the threshold between corridor 9 and vestibule 26, along with 45 noduli; 11 tablets (including HT 1-5) were discovered in the North-West Quarter, in the area of portico 11 and room 13, also 1000+ nodules (inscribed and uninscribed); some very fragmentary tablets were found in room 72; thus the majority of well preserved tablets come from magazine 59 where they were found in and between 2 pithoi placed against the south wall (magazine 59 is part of a large storage area consisting of different units destined for the storage of different commodities: liquids in rooms 8, 61, 17), dry commodities (in rooms 58, 59, 5), and more valuable commodities such as metals (ingots, fragments of gold) (in rooms 57, 7, access to which was more restricted). Room 57a produced a bronze double ax and a steatite cup; room 7 contained five stacks of nineteen bronze ingots; and room 7a yielded bronze statuettes and gold foil.


Aerial view of Haghia Triada.

Plan of HT with known locations of documents marked.

Plan of HT Villa with known locations of documents and stored goods marked.


PH(?) 31 (q.v.) is probably also from HT.

Scribal attribution: Godart, GORILA V 83-113, revised by Militello 1989

All HT tablets are page-shaped.


HT 1, page tablet (HM 3) (GORILA I: 2-3), effaced graffito on the reverse
Schoep 2002, type IV (people?)
HT Scribe 21
linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1-2QE-RA2-U • KI-RO  197  
.2ZU-SU  70  
.2-3DI-DI-ZA-KE  52  
.3-4KU-PA3-NU  109  
.4A-RA-NA-RE  105  
.5vacat      


HT 2, page tablet (HM 4) (GORILA I: 4-5)
Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities)
linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1A-KA-RU •OLE+U {*610}20[  
.2  ]OLE+A {*609}17  
.2  OLE+E {*613}3 [  
.3]KI-RE-TA-NAOLE+U {*610}54[  
.4  ]OLE+A {*609}47  
.5vacat      
.6    1  

A-KA-RU 20 is the total of the next two numbers.


HT 3, page tablet (HM 5) (GORILA I: 6-7)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1]MA-DI  2  
.1    ]DI-NA-[      
.2QE-RA2-JA[      
.3    ]2  
.3  DI2[  
.4    ]4  
.4MU-RU  1  
.4  RU[    
.5    ]SI-TU-RA2-RE  5  
.5  DI[    
.6    ]KU-PA3-NU  3[  
.7MA-DI  2[  
.7DA[    

.2 or: QE-RI-JA
.5 or: ]SI-TU-RI-RE


HT 4, page tablet (HM 6) (GORILA I: 8-9)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
.1    ]-*306-TI-KA-A-RE[      
.2    ]-DU-RI-TE  2  
.3PA-RE[      
.4    ]TA-PI-SI-DI  2  

.2 or: ]TA-DU-RI-TE or ]SU-DU-RI-TE possible
.2 or: SI-RE[


HT 5, page tablet (HM 50) (GORILA I: 10-11)
HT Scribe 1?   
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila    
.1  ]*307[    
.2    ]MA-SI  30[  
.3    ]-WI-DU  10[  
.4  ]vest.[    
    infra mutila    

.4 or: ]vest. over [[ ]]; ]-3 or ]-SE


HT 6, page tablet (HM 8) (GORILA I: 12-13)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity) (JGY: mixed commodities?)
HT Scribes 16 (for HT 6a, b.1-3) & 17 (for HT 6b.4-6)
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
a.1KA-PA •      
a.1-2DA-TA-RA• TE • FIC15  
a.2-3PI-TA-JA  24  
a.3JA+RU {*538}D D
a.3-4MA-*321  10
a.4O-RA2-DI-NE  2  
a.4-5KA-PA-QE  5J E
a.6DA-QE-RA •      
a.6-7QE-PI-TA  22J E
a.7  FIC15J
          
b.1-2WA-DU-NI-MI  3H
b.2RA-TI-SE  1  
b.2-3MA-RI-[•]-I  3  
b.4DU-DA-MA  66  
b.5DA-KI  3E
b.5-6SA-MA  35  
b.6PA3-NI-NA  17J

with the repetition of FIC (a.7), it is likely that JA+RU is a second commodity; the document then returns to FIC on a.7
the amounts total: FIC 39; JA+RU 40 J DD; FIC 144 E H
b.2-3 or: MA-RI-RE-I
b.5-6: SA-MA also occurs on HT 10a.1 and 52a.1; and ZA 10b.3-4.


HT 7, page tablet (HM 10; Brice 1991: 44 fig. 1) (GORILA I: 14-15)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity: people)
HT Scribe 11
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1QE-TI •VIR    
a.2I-RU-JA  3  
a.3DU-JA  4  
a.4TA-NA-TI  1  
a.4-5DA-RE  1  
a.5TE-TU  1  
          
b.1QIf-TU-NE  1  
b.2DA-RU-*329  2  
b.3vacant      


HT 8, page tablet (HM 11) (GORILA I: 16-17)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
HT Scribe 2
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1JE-DIOLE+KI {*618}10  
a.1-2PA3-KA-RA-TI  1J
a.2   PA3J
a.3TE-*301  2
a.3-4QA-*310-I    J E
a.4SI-KI-RA    E
a.5KI-RE-TA-NA    J
          
b.1SU-PU2-*188  1  
b.2vacat      
_____________________________________________________________________
b.3    5  
b.3PA3-*188  2  
b.3-4QA-*310-I  1E F
b.4KA-PA    J
b.4PA-JA-RE  1F
b.5  *86+*188 {*565}  J
b.5      J
b.6        

b.1: cf. PSI Za 1: ]SE-PU-*188, retrograde
new list with b.3-4: 5 2 1 EF J 1 F = 9 JE FF = 9 3/4 1/8 1/8 = 10; this might be a more specified list summarized in a.1: JE-DI OLE+KI {*618} 10
b.1, 5: the repetition of *188 might also relate to the repetition of the number 1: SU-PU2-*188 1 =? *86+*188 JJ; *86+*188 also appears on KH Wc 2058, 2059-2062, 2117b, and *188+*86 appears on HT 26

Brent Davis proposes a new interpretation (18 August 2009; with slight modification by JGY):
side.lineStatementLogogramNumberNotesrunning total
a.1 JE-DIOLE+KI {*618}10received OLE+KI 10 to distribute10.00
a.1-2PA3-KA-RA-TI1Jgave 1 1/2 to PA3-KA-RA-TI8.50
a.2PA3Jignore 3 1/28.50
a.3TE-*3012gave 2 to TE-*3016.50
a.3-4QA-*310-IJEgave 3/4 to QA-*310-I5.75
a.4SI-KI-RAE gave 1/4 to SI-KI-RA5.50
a.5KI-RE-TA-NAJgave 1/2 to KI-RE-TA-NA5.00
b.1SU-PU2-*1881new list: received additional OLE+KI {*618}1.00
______________________(round 1 above, round 2 below?)__________________
b.355 carried over from list 1 plus additional OLE+KI6.00
b.3PA3-*1882gave 2 to PA3-*1884.00
b.3-4QA-*310-I1EFgave 1 3/8 to QA-*3102.625
b.4KA-PAJgave 1/2 to KA-PA2.125
b.4PA-JA-RE1Fgave 1 1/8 to PA-JA-RE1
b.5*86-*188Jdid something else with 1/20.50
b.5J1/2 is left over0.50

JGY: This interpretation has several merits: 1) it confirms the value of 1/8 for the fraction F;
2) logogram PA occurs elsewhere (HT 10, 25, 85), the last possibly making the total (of VIR?) on side b 10, not 11;
3) logogram PA3seems to operate similarly; see the notes to HT 9b.1, HT 34.6, HT 103.2; cf. HT 132.2.
4) and *86+*188 now seems more like a transaction term (see its frequent occurrence on roundels [HT Wc 3009, 3013; KH Wc 2058-2062, 2097, 2109, 2117) -- is related to *337+*118 on Wc 2056, 2057?


HT 9, page tablet (HM 13) (GORILA I: 18-19)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1SA-RO• TE • VINa •    
a.2PA-DE •  5J E
a.2-3*306-TU  10  
a.3DI-NA-U  4  
a.3-4QE-PU  2  
a.4*324-DI-RA  2J
a.4-5TA-I-*123  2J
a.5-6A-RU  4E
a.6KU-RO  31J E
          
b.1  PA3    
b.1WA-JA-PI-[  ]    
________________________________________________________________________________
b.2KA-*305 •      
b.2PA-DE  3  
b.2-3A-SI  3  
b.3*306-TU  8  
b.3*324-DI-RA  2  
b.4QE-PU  2  
b.4TA-I-*123  2  
b.5DI-NA-U  4  
b.6KU-RO  24  

a.1, b.4: *123 may be the same as Linear B AROM (herbs, condiments, spices), but here given a phonetic value; for TA-I-*123, see HT 39.1.
a.3, b.5: DI-NA-U appears on KN Zb 27: DI-NA-U VINa 17 (cf. the heading here, TE VINa). On HT 16.1-2, it is the 2nd word in the heading, the 1st, KA-KU-PA, appears on two roundels, HT Wc 3015 and 3016, contributing *303. JGY guesses that DI-NA-U is a place known at least for its VIN (cf. HT 25, where it apparently also contributes personnel), and KA-KU-PA is the person responsible for the contributions of *303.
a.6-b.1: assuming KU-RO = total, J=1/2, & E=1/4: the total 29+3J+2E equals 31, not 31+J+E. If b.1 recorded JE (JGY sees a possible 1 followed by a probable E), then PA3 might denote a correction: WA-JA-PI minus JE (see HT 8, Davis's interpretations & notes).
b.2-3 or: A-RU
new list with b.2


HT 10, page tablet (HM 17) (GORILA I: 20-21)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1KU-NI-SU •      
a.1SA-MA  4  
a.1-2  • PA •    
a.2DA-RE  16J
a.2aU-*325-ZA  4  
a.2-3  *3016  
a.3U-*325-ZA  10 4[   
a.3-4*305-RU  2J
a.4DA-RI-DA  8  
a.4ME-ZA  3  
          
b.1U-TI  1  
b.1DA-RE  2  
b.1-2TA-RI-NA  15  
b.2*312-TA  6J
b.3KA-SA-RU  6  
b.4TA-NA-TI  9E

a.1: SA-MA also occurs on HT 6b.5-6 and 52a.1, and ZA 10.3-4; the commodity must be implied since there is no logogram here (personnel?).
a.3: U-*325-ZA 4 *301 10 was erased and moved, as the total 14 on line a.3 (Schoep 2002, p. 78)


HT 11, page tablet (HM 29) (GORILA I: 22-23)
HT Scribe 24
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1-2A-RU-RA-[•]  ]3  
a.2KA-RO-NA  2  
a.3*322-RI  1  
a.3KU-RO  10  
a.3-4A-SU-JA  1  
a.4VIR-I  3  
a.5TA2  15  
          
b.1]DE-NU      
b.1RU-RA2      
b.2*86 KA40  
b.2  KA30  
b.3  KA50  
b.3-4RU-ZU-NAKA30  
b.4-5SA-QE-RI •KA30  
b.5-6KU-RO  180  

a.1: RU over an erasure perhaps of SA
a.1: A-RU-RA-SU or A-RU-RA-TA
a.2: RO over an erasure containing perhaps TE or SA
a.3: KU-RO could be the total for a.1-3, 3-4
b.1 or:]DE-PA3
b.1 or: SA-RA2
b.2-6, see the discussion of VIR+KA on the homepage, s.v. "KA". These citations may refer to the listings of KA on nodules Wa 1322-1470.
b.6: KU-RO is the total only for b.2-5, which is separate section of the document


HT 12, page tablet (HM 2, cast) (GORILA I: 24-25)
Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 11
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1-2QA-TI-DA-TE •OLE+DI {*608}5  
.2  *3045  
.3QE-TU-NE •QA+[?]+PU {*510}1  
.4  E30  
.4-5MA+RU {*559} • *118 {Talent}5  
.5  *303+E {*626}3  
.5  FIC1  
.6  QA+[?]+PU+RE {*511}  K
.6DA-I  50  

.1-2: QA-TI-DA TE • conceivable, but not likely (cf. QE-TU-NE •).
.6: DA-I 50 may be a total, if the small fraction (K 1/16) is ignored.


HT 13, page tablet (HM 7) (GORILA I: 26-27)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
HT Scribe 8
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1-2KA-U-DE-TAVINa • TE •    
.2RE-ZA  5[ ]J[ ]
.3TE-TU  56  
.3-4TE-KI  27J
.4KU-ZU-NI  18  
.5DA-SI-*118  19  
.5-6I-DU-NE-SI  5  
.7KU-RO  130J

KU-RO here records 130.5, but the numbers total 131.


HT 14, page tablet (HM 15) (GORILA I: 28-29)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 14
side.linestatementlogogramno.logogramno.logogramno.logogramno.logogramno.
.1-2PU-VINa• TE • GRA30OLE+MI {*622}3OLE+DI {*608}3*3049OLIV13
.3-5A-PU2-NA-DUGRA45OLE+MI {*622}5OLE+DI {*608}4*3046OLIV14
.6vacat

The entries for GRA total 75; the entries for OLE total 15, so do the entries for *304, implying a ratio of OLE/*304 : GRA = 1:5 -- olives are obviously separate


HT 15, page tablet (HM 16) (GORILA I: 30-31)
Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1U-*34-SIGRA    
.1-2DU-*123-A  684  
.2-3  GRA+L3L3 {*586}570  
.4*188 • KI-RO  400  
.5[[ vestigia ]]      

a.1: DU-*123-A is written smaller than the preceding statement, and seems an after-thought squeezed in. Sign *123 may be the same as Linear B AROM (herbs, condiments, spices), but here given a phonetic value. The last sign is abraded; JGY reads it as doubtful.

Schoep 2002, 78-9, 181: DU-*123-A was probably meant to precede U-*34-SI GRA. The large numbers and the mention of a deficit (400 owed, from a total 1254 expected) imply these are incoming commodities. The amounts are (more or less) multiples of 57 (12*57 = 684, 7.02*57 = 400), "implying an underlying tax system".


HT 16, page tablet (HM 18) (GORILA I: 32-33)
Schoep 2002, type Ic (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 10
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1-2KA-KU-PA • DI-NA-U    F
.2-3  • WA  B
.3  *188+KU {*684}  E F
.4SA-POZE  K


HT 17, page tablet (HM 23) (GORILA I: 34-35) -- cf. HT 19
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
HT Scribe 18
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1RA-*164a-TI• TE • VIN38  
.2SA-RO  10  
.3SI-DA-RE  5  
.4-5 vacant       

cf. HT 19


HT 18, page tablet (HM 25) (GORILA I p. 34-35)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 20
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1PA-SEGRA+QE {*578}20  
.1  OLE+KI {*618}2  
.2  *3043  
.2SA-RA2GRA10  
.2-3  FIC10  
.4-5 vacant       


HT 19, page tablet (HM 26) (GORILA I: 36-37) -- cf. HT 17
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
HT Scribe 18
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1-2RA-*164a-TI• TE • VINa30  
.2-3SA-RO  5J
.3-4DU-ME-DI  43J

cf. HT 17


HT 20, page tablet (HM 27) (GORILA I: 36-37)
Schoep 2002, type Ic (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 10
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1PA-RO-SU •      
.1-2KU-MA-JU    E
.2-3QE-KU-RE •DI  J
.4  CAPm  F
.4-5SA-RE-JU    F
    WA  E
.5  *188+KU {*684}  J

.2 & .4 : JU could also be a logogram.
.4: CAPm F could be an animal product


HT 21, page tablet (HM 28) (GORILA I: 38-39)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 22
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1-2PI-TA-KA-SE• TE • GRA161  
.2-3  OLE+U {*610}11  
.3  OLE+E {*613}3J E
.3  *3047J E
.4  OLIV1E
.4 vacat       


HT 22, page tablet (HM 45) (GORILA I: 38-39)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila
.1GRA+L2 {*585}230
________________________________________________________________________________
.2*330+DA {*643}113

tablet looks deliberately cut down; signs are neatly written


HT 23, page tablet (HM 12) (GORILA I: 40-41)
Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1KA-NA •*303  B
a.1  *308  H
a.1  OLE+NE {*612}  H
a.2  OLE+TU {*621}  H
a.2  OLE+RI {*614}  H
a.2  MI+JA+RU {*550}  H
a.2-3  VINa10  
a.3  QA2+[?]+RE {*508}10  
a.3  QA+[?]+RE+PU {*509}10  
a.3  E17  
a.4QIf-RI-TU-QA    K
a.4-5SA-SA-ME    K
a.5  SI+ME {*530}10  
a.5KO-RU  1  
          
b.1NI-RA*303  B
b.1  OLE[  B
b.2  MI+JA+RU {*550}    
b.2  ]MU[    
b.2  QA+[?]+PU {*510}[    
b.2  QA2+[?]+RE {*508}1  
b.3]vest.[      
b.3  E7[  
b.4-5 desunt       

None of the 5 words here appears anywhere else.
The difference between the fractional amounts and the whole numbers (10s, 17) are striking. If the whole numbers refer to VINa and varieties, the fractional commodities might be flavorings.


HT 24, page tablet (HM 33) (GORILA I: 42-43)
Schoep 2002, type Ic (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1KU-PA3-RI-JAKI MA+RU[ {*546}    
a.2    ]6  
a.2  MA+RU ME {*561}10  
a.3    ]9J
a.3  MA+RU ME {*561}6  
a.4PA-SA-RI-JAMA+RU ME {*561}[  
a.5RU-I-KOMA+RU {*560}[    
          
b.1  ]*1181J E
b.1-2  SI+ME KI {*531} *1181J E
b.2  JA+KA {*539} *1181  
b.3-5 vacant       

the tablet was found on the threshold between corridor 9 and vestubule 25, along with 45 noduli; the total of wool mentioned here is more than 36.5 units, so it is possible that the noduli refer to the units mentioned in the tablet (Schoep 2002, p. 196).

side a deals with wool; KU-PA3-RI-JA looks like an adjective derived from KU-PA-RI, perhaps a place near Petras (PE 1); PA-SA-RI-JA looks like another adjective, derived from a hypothetical *PA-SA-RI (cf. PA-SE-JA [HT Wc 3001, 3002], I-PA-SA-JA [KH 10.3])
side b deals with commodities apparently measured by *118


HT 25, page tablet (HM 34) (GORILA I: 44-45)
Schoep 2002, type Va (combined, people+food)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
a.1    ]1  
a.1DI-NA-U[      
a.2    ]RU-NI  1  
a.2U-RE-WI  1  
a.2-3DI-NA-U  1  
a.3A-RI-NI-TA  1  
a.3TU-QE-NU[      
a.4    ]ZU-JU-PU2  1  
a.4DU-RU-WI[      
a.5    ]I-KI-RA  1  
a.5  PA1  
          
          
   supra mutila       
b.1 ]vest.[       
b.2KU-RO  16  
b.2WI-TE-RO • I-TIVIR28  
b.3  VIR24  
b.4KU-RO  52  

a.3: A-RI-NI-TA also occurs on ZA 8.2-3b.2 KU-RO 16 probably totals side a + the top of side b
b.4 KU-RO 52 correctly totals only b.2+3

the tablet thus seems to be in two sections: a.1-b.2, a list of people by name, ending with a total; then b.2-4, groups of people perhaps listed by their supervisor, place, or aspect (ethnicity, profession), ending again with a total


HT 26, page tablet (HM 35) (GORILA I: 46-47)
Schoep 2002, type Vb (combined, people+food)
HT Scribe 3
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1406VAS+KE {*656} •    
a.1*312-TE-TE •    
a.2TA-TI  21  
a.2-3MI-KI-SE-NA  15  
a.3-4U-NU-QIf  5[  
   infra mutila       
          
b.1  • *406VAS+KE {*656} • VIR9  
b.2    ]-RO-NI  3  
b.2-3KA-U-ZU-NI  4  
b.3  KI+ME {*545}12  
b.4I-*308  2[  
b.4*188-*86 {*565} 7[  
   infra mutila       

a.1, b.1: *406VAS appears only on this document
b.2: perhaps ]PA-RO-NI or ]TE-RO-NI
b.4: here, the two signs are written next to each other, *188-*86; cf. the ligature *86+*188 {*565}


HT 27, page tablet (HM 36 + 53) (GORILA I: 48-51)
Schoep 2002, type Vb (combined, people+food)
HT Scribe 11
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1TI-NI-TA• *307 •   
a.1VIR90  
a.2    ]50  
a.2  *8651  
a.2  RE20  
a.3    ]I-MI-SA-RA  43  
a.4    ]QE  21  
a.4KI-DA-[      
a.4-5    ]KI-*310 • KU-*305[      
a.5    ]SA-RA-DI  5  
a.6  VIR42  
a.7KU-RO  335  
a.8  *3039J E B
a.8  FIC10B
a.8  VINa7  

b.1  ]MI-DA• VINa+WA {*592} • SA7
b.2]VINa • GRA • SA1
b.2RE14
b.2VINa •SI• {*590}[
b.3]vest.[
b.4]   vacat
b.5PA-SE• VINa+WA {*591, variant of the preceding} • SA4
b.5RE70
b.6VINa [•] GRA • SA4
b.6RE[  ]40

a.4: perhaps KI-DA-TE[
a.6: VIR has a cross in the leg-space (Schoep 2002, 113)
a.7 KU-RO 335 undoubtedly totaled the original numbers (of personnel?) in a.1-6 (totalling now 322), with the triad of rations (*303, FIC, VINa) added

side b may comprise a different section of the document, in two paragraphs, b.1-2, b.5-6


HT 28, page tablet (HM 51) (GORILA I: 52-53)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 13
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1A-SI-JA-KA •    
a.1-2JA-QIfGRA+QE {*578)5 
a.2  OLE+U {*610}2  
a.2  OLE+KI {*618}  J
a.2  OLE+MI {*622}1  
a.2-3  OLE+TU {*621}  L2
a.3SA-RA2OLE+DI {*608}1  
a.3  FIC2  
a.4  VINa3  
a.4  VIR+KA {*568} VINa6  
a.5A-RU-DA-RAGRA5  
a.5  *3042  
a.6  OLE+DI {*608}3  
a.6I-TA-JAOLE+DI10  
          
b.1-2A-SI-JA-KA • U-MI-NA-SI •      
b.2SA-RA2GRA20  
b.2-3  OLE+DI {*608}5  
b.3  FIC2  
b.3  VINa4  
b.3-4PU-RA2FIC6  
b.4JA-QIfVINa6  
b.5WI-DI-NAOLE+DI {*608}3  
b.5  VINa3  
b.6    E

Since both sides concern A-SI-JA-KA and side b adds U-MI-NA-SI, then perhaps the two sides can be totaled (i.e., we could assume side a might record actual disbursements [small quantities] and side b might record future payments/deficits); if so, then the total of GRA is 30JEL2, OLE 25, FIC 10, VIN 16, VIR+KA VIN 6. If the VIR+KA were responsible for (transporting?) the VIN from SA-RA2, each would be carrying one-half unit of VIN (unit = 28.8 liters [Docs2]; 14.4 liters/person, or 14.4 kg/pers, or 31.7 lb/person); cf. HT 88: 26 VIR+KA associated with 7 units of FIC (56.86 lb/VIR).
Godart 1984, 125, suggests that VIR+KA are women; Schoep 2002, 113, n. 81 points out that Itaja may be a woman's name; actually, the names here almost all end in -A (Arudara, Pura2, Widina; and Jaqif ends in the feminine form of QI).


HT 29, page tablet (Pigorini 81951) (GORILA I: 54-55)
Schoep 2002, type IV (people?)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1RU-MA-TA  2[  
.2  ][•]1  
.2PA-JA-RE  2[  
.3    ]DI-JA-I  2  
.4SA-*323-MI  1  
.4-5[•]-KI-TA  2  
.5A-RE-DA-I  2  
.6KA-DU-MA-NE  1  

.2 perhaps: ]QIf; PA=JA-RE also occurs on HT 88.5 and ZA 10b.5-6.
.5: RE over [[SI]]


HT 30, page tablet (HM 14; GORILA I: 56-57; Brice 1991b:102)
Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
.1  SI4  
.1SA-RA2*303[    
.2    ]14J
.2  FIC7D
.2  VINa8J
.3  OLE+TA {*615}  DD
.3  QA+[?]+PU {*510}  D
.3SA-RA-RA    J
.3-4  BOSm4  
.4KI-RO •*3038  
.4  FIC  DD
.5  VINa  J
.5  BOSm1[  
.5      ]D
.5  OLE+TA {*615}  D
.6[[vestigia]]      

After KI-RO, no name is mentioned, perhaps because SA-RA2 and SA-RA-RA are one and the same.
If so, then lines 1-4 record contributions or assessments, and 4-5 (KI-RO) records deficits.


HT 31 (HM 19) (GORILA I: 58-59), written by the same hand as wrote HT 39 (which also contains a vase logogram)
Schoep 2002, type Ib or Ic (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 12
side.linestatementlogogramnumber
.1[•]-TI-SA • PU-KO •*410VAS [    
.2[    ]5  
.2*402VAS+QA-PA310  
.2*415VAS+SU-PU10  
.3[] *416VAS+KA-RO-PA310  
.3SA-JA-MA  30[  
.4[    ]10  
.4-5KI-DE-MA-*323-NAvest. *402VAS+[  ]400
.5*402VAS+SU-PA3-RA300  
.6*402VAS+PA-TA-QE 3000  

because of the different types of vessels, the tablet may be record the contents of an actual storeroom (Schoep 2002, 128)

the vase-logograms in question (but see the actual drawings of the logograms: click here):
*402VAS conical vessel?, *410VAS tripod cauldron, *415VAS jar without handles, and *416VAS jar with handles on the side (piriform amphora?).

.1: [•]-TI-SA may be I-TI-SA; in any case, TI-SA is hapax legomenon here (cf. RA-TI-SE on HT 6b.2; RU-MA-TA-SE on ZA 20.3)
.3: KA-RO-PA3, Monti 2008 compares KA-RO with Hurrian hiari "gold" and hiarohhe "golden" (whence Greek khrusós) and passive ending -i/o/u+bade, so that Linear A KA-RO-PA = "of gold" or "gilded."

Duhoux 2000-2001 (and cf. Perna 2003):
1. quoting Goold & Pope 1955: xii: this is a very important tablet, whose half dozen words "collectively ... provide a sure touchstone on which any theory which professees to identify words may be subjected to a decisive test."
2. the heading is either I-TI-SA or I-TI-SA PU-KO, or (more likely) is modifying *410VAS, the (undoubtedly) bronze tripod cauldrom (and thus means "bronze"?)
3. the next 3 vessels (plus the two lone words, SA-JA-MA and KI-DE-MA-*323-NA) form a second group of vessels, large but smaller than the tripod cauldron
4. the last 3 vessels are small, look like versions of conical cups, and are very numerous
5. the two lone words, SA-JA-MA and KI-DE-MA-*323-NA may modify the last vessels of the second group, perhaps, like PU-KO referring to their material
6. it is likely that SU-PU and SU-PA3-RA are related: SU-P/SU-P3 with A-RA perhaps an ending (diminutive?)
7. the list here is like the inventory of a magazine (cf. HT magazine 15 with 100s of conical cups [cf. the last 3 mentions of *402], about 50 other vessels and 2 bronze basins)
8. attempts to identify the words have not been convincing (Neumann suggested SU-PU is related to Greek σιπυ'η. Best and others saw Semitic words in the vases and suggested that the two lone words were Linear A for silver and gold)

JGY:
1. for +SU-PU (*415VAS+SU-PU), cf. +SU-PA3-RA (*402VAS+SU-PA3-RA), line 5, +SU (*413VAS+SU) on MA 10.a, and SU-PU2[ on HT 63.1, SU-PU-*188 on HT 8b.1, and QE-SU-PU on HT 87.4 and TU-SU-PU on HT 49a.7
2. for +QA-PA3 (*402+QA-PA3), cf. +KA-RO-PA3 (*416+KA-RO-PA3) line 3.
3. for PA-TA-QE, cf. PA-TA-NE on HT 94b.1, HT 122a.6, and HT We 1019, and PA-TA-DA-DU-PU2-re[ on HT Zb 160 and PA-TA-DA[ on PH? 31a.4
4. SA-JA-MA is hapax legomenon here, but compare cf. ]SA-JA-TI (HT 39.3), written by the same hand, and SA-*323-MI (HT 29.3)
5. for KI-DE-MA-*323-NA, compare KA-DU-MA-NE (HT 29.6; is it coincidence that, 2 lines earlier [HT 29.4] there occurs SA-*323-MI?)
6. the parallels given above suggest that the words written above the vases and especially the two lone words SA-JA-MA and KI-DE-MA-*323-NA are not the names of the vases, but represent something else, perhaps provenience or personnel


HT 32, page tablet (HM 20) (GORILA I: 60-61)
Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  *307    
.1SA-RA2*308  J
.1  OLE+NE {*612}  J K
.1  QA+[?]+PU {*510}1K
.2  QA2+[?]+RE {*508}1  
.2  MI+JA+RU {*550}1  
.3SU-RE  108  
.3  DI65  
.4  OLE+NE[ {*612}    
.4  ]RE104  
.4  DI53  
.5 vacat       

Presumably the small numbers imply disbursements from SA-RA2 and the large numbers imply contributions from SU-RE and --]RE.


HT 33, page tablet (HM 21) (GORILA I: 62-63)
Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 1
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
.1]vest. •      
.1SA-RA2*401VAS+*304 {*653}    
.2  ]QA+[?]+RE+PU {*509}1E
.2  QA2+[?]+RE {*508}  L2 L4[
.3    ]3  
.3  E+KA {*526}  E L2
.3  MI+JA+KA {*552}  D
.4  *30590  
.4  *341+PI {*646}100  
.4  PA3+QE {*537}100  
.5-6 vacant       


HT 34, page tablet (HM 22) (GORILA I: 64-65)
Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1DA-JU-TE •SI[ ]I+[?] {*516} •    
.1-2SA-RA2MI+JA+KA {*552}[    
.2]vest. [      
.2      ]B
.3  E • GRA200[  
.3  ]E+[•] {*525}2H K
.4  QA+[?]+PU {*510}  A
.4  QA2+[?]+RE {*508}  E
.5  SA-MU-KU {*521}245  
.6  SA-MU-KU {*521}100  
.6  PA370  
.6KI-RO  30 [[7]]  
.7  E+KA {*526}  K
.7  PU  F
.1: DA-JU-TE (hapax), possibly "from" DA-JU; I+?, possibly "to" SA-RA2. If so, the tablet records assessments from DA-JU to SA-RA2. Might DA-JU be related to Linear B da-wo, the place closely linked to Phaistos? Knossos tablet F(2) 852 records 10,000+ units of grain there, or approximately 960,000 l. Da-wo must be somewhere in the Mesara.
The large numbers should imply assessments "from" DA-JU.
.6: The two SA-MU-KU might come in two deliveries or be separate for separate reasons for the assessments. If PA3 records an amount (70) to be omitted from *521 {SA+VINa} 100, as if delivered (PA3 seems to act this way on HT 9, too), then 30 is the result, apparently a deficit (KI-RO); (see HT 8, Davis's interpretations & notes).
.7: E+KA probably refers to .3: E+[•] 2 H K, 2 H having been delivered, leaving the deficit K; PU might be an abbreviation for .4: QA+[?]+RE+PU, which would then imply that F (1/8) is smaller than A (possibly 1/6) and that a delivery of 1/24 was actually made.


HT 35, page tablet (HM 24) (GORILA I: 66-67)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
.1TI-TI-KU• *326 •     
.1-2I-KU-TA*3031  
.2  MI+JA+RU {*550}  B
.2  OLE+RI {*614}  B
.2  *308  B
.3  OLE+TA {*615}[    
.3  E5  
.3  QA+[?]+PU {*510}  K
.4  VINa  D
.5 vacat       


HT 36, page tablet (HM 30) (GORILA I: 68-69)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1-2JE-DI*307+*307 {*638} GRA+QE {*578}[[20]] 44J
.2-3DU-ZU-WA  7J
.4[[ vestigia ]]      
.5    [[6]]  

a.2: DU-ZU TELA is possible


HT 37, page tablet (HM 31) (GORILA I: 70-71)
Schoep 2002, type IV (people?)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  MI+JA+I {*551} •    
.1KA-KI •• SU[    
.2    ]RE-SU[      
.2  ]vest.[    
.3    ]6  
.3-4  ]vest.[    
.4KI-*310-RE  1  
.5KI-RO    
.5KA-KI  11  
.5  A15  
.6[•]-QE  17  

.5 or: A-NA
.6 or: JA-QE


HT 38, page tablet (HM 32) (GORILA I: 72-73)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 8
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
.1  ]vest.[    
.2DA-RO-PA*403VAS1  
.2  SUS1  
.2  OVIS3  
.2-3  KA+A {*554} *1183  
.3  TELA+KU {*535}2  
.3  TELA+*312 {TELA+KU; *536}1  
.4 vacat       

a. 2 *403VAS chalice?; OVIS (no sex indicated) = wethers?
.2-.3 *554 hapax here


HT 39, page tablet (HM 39) (GORILA I: 74-75), written by the same hand as wrote HT 31 (which also contains vase logograms)
HT Scribe 12
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1TA-I-*123  10[  
.2    ]KU-RE-JU  8  
.2KU[      
.3    ]SA-MA-TI  10  
.3KU-RE[      
.4 vacat    [      
.5]KU-RO*407VAS+A {*657}100  
.6  KU+[•] {*564}2[ ]  
.6  DU+[•] {*534}    
   infra mutila       

.1: *123 may be the same as Linear B AROM (herbs, condiments, spices); for TA-I-*123, see HT 9a.4-5, b.4.
.3: for ]SA-MA-TI, cf. SA-JA-MA (HT 31.3, written by the same hand) and SA-*323-MI on HT 29.4)
.5: Perna 2003: *407VAS+A may imply that the name of the vase begins with "A" (cf. Linear B's vase ideograms with a [a-pi-po-re-we / amphora], ka [ka-ra-we-re, stirrup jar], or di [di-pa, depas])


HT 40, page tablet (HM 30) (GORILA I: 76-77)
Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities)
HT Scribe 2
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1NU-DU-*331• TE • GRA207  
.2KI-DA-TA •GRA[]134  
.3KU-RO[      
.4KU[      
   infra mutila       

.1: the only other occurrence of *331 might be on KH 32.1 (without the interior dots).
.4: GORILA has ]KU[, but since it starts line 4, it's easier to understand this as either a second KU-RO or a KI-RO (with a total delivery in line 3 and a deficit in line 4). If so, then the rest of line 3 might give specifics on who is defaulting.


HT 41, page tablet (HM 41) (GORILA I p.78-79)
HT Scribe 14
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
   supra mutila       
a.1]vest.[    
a.2    ]QE-TU  10  
a.3  *305 • *30410  
a.3  RE • *30410  
a.4MI-DA-NI • PA-JA  2D D
          
  supra mutila      
b.1]vest.[      
[[_____________________________________________________________________]]
b.2-3vacant      

b.1: perhaps ]SU[ or ]TA[


HT 42 [+] 59, page tablet (HM 46 + 42) (GORILA I: 80-81)
Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramlogogramno.logogramno.logogramno.
.1-2  ]-TA• SI+SE {*529} • TE •OLE+KI {*618}8OLE+U[ {*610}]7
.2-3SA-ROOLE+KI {*618}8OLE+U {*610}2[]2
.3-5KU-[] OLE+[•] []vest.[OLE+MI {*622}2
.5SU-DU[
.6-7  ]-RE-TEOLE+KI[ {*618}]J E
.7-8]OLE+U {*610} | [
.8]vacat

.1: perhaps SA-TA (cf. HT 117a.7)
.3: perhaps KU-PA3-NU OLE+KI


HT 43, page tablet (HM 49) (GORILA I: 82-83)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1-2MA-SI-DU • PA-*342-I • I • GRA+PA {*574}5[  

the tablet has been cut approximately in half
a hole has been punched into the top edge 2.4 cm from the left side
*342, its only occurrence here, strongly resembles *118, Talent.


HT 44, page tablet (HM 38) (GORILA I: 84-85)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1I-QA-*118 •GRA+[] [    
a.2  ]OLE+KI {*617}3  
a.2  OLE+U {*610}5[  
a.3  OLE+RA {*616}5  
a.3  OLIV1[  
a.4  ]FIC1  
a.4  VINa[    
a.5-6 vacant       
  infra mutila      
          
b.1  ]-JA• TE GRA+F {*582} [    
b.2    ]5  
b.2  FIC[    
b.3  ]VINa75  
b.4    ]18  
b.5    ]10  
b.6]vacat      
  infra mutila      

a.1: I-QA-*118 recurs only on HT 131, also heading a list of almost the same commodities; cf. ]QA-*118-SA (HT 70.2)
side b, with its own heading, presents a similar, but second list of commodities
b.2: probably OLE+• ]5


HT 45, page tablet (HM 47) (GORILA I: 86-87)
Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 14
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
a.1      ]L2
a.1  PA[    
a.2   ]*86 • *3052[  
a.3  ]*318 • *3052  
          
   supra mutila       
_____________________________________________________________________
b.1    ]8DD
b.1  QA+[?]+RE+PU {*509}  L2
b.2  ]KU  E
_____________________________________________________________________
b.3  *318 • *305  F
b.3  QA+[?]+RE+PU {*509}  L2
b.3-4PA-[•]-A  20B
b.4  • KU  E
b.5  KU  E

b.3 or: PA-SI-A

side b is ruled into separate paragraphs


HT 46, page tablet (HM 48) (GORILA I: 88-89)
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
   supra mutila       
a.1    ]MU-RU  1[  
a.2]KU-RO  43J
          
b.1  ]vest.[    
b.2    ]16J
b.3    ]2 [[4 ]]  


HT 47, page tablet (HM 52) (GORILA I: 90-91)
HT Scribe 14
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1KA[]TU+RO {*547} •    
a.1-2KU-PA3-NA-TU  20[  
a.3    ]DU  20[  
a.3U[    
a.3-4  ]PI10  
a.4KI-DA-RO[]vest.[    
a.5    ] 5  
a.6    ]-MI-NU-MI      
          
b.1]RA-NA-RE[      
b.2-6 desunt       

b.1: compare A-RA-NA-RE on HT 1.4


HT 49, page tablet (HM 55) (GORILA I: 92-95)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
a.1[•]-RA2-DU[      
a.2]TA-NA-TI •  1[  
a.3   ]vest.[     
a.3    ]-RI  1  
a.3SU-[•][      
a.4    ] vesst.  1  
a.4TI-DU-NI  1[  
a.5   ]vest.[     
a.5    ]SI-RA  1  
a.6A-RU  1  
a.6  [•]1  
a.6  *3121  
a.6-7KU-PA3-NU  1  
a.7TU-SU-PU2  1  
a.7  KI    
_____________________________________________________________________
a.8  ]vest.5  
a.8  TU4  
a.8  KI1[  
   infra mutila       
          
          
b.1  ]KU[    
b.2    ]I-KI[      
b.2  ]TA[    
[[_____________________________________________________________________]]
b.3  ]vest.[    
b.4  ]KA[    
b.5  ]vest.[    

probably a list of people by name
a.1 or: ]QA-RA2-DU
the rulings imply separate subject paragraphs. Side b is entirely a palimpsest.


HT 50, page tablet (HM 56) (GORILA I: 96-97)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
  supra mutila      
_____________________________________________________________________
a.1  ]GRA[    
a.2      ]E
a.2  OLE+KI {*618}  E
a.2  OLE+MI {*622}  J
a.3  OLE+E {*613}    
a.3  *3041J[
a.4  ]OLIV3  
a.4  OLIV+TU {*587}  E F
          
  supra mutila      
b.1]vest.[]OLE+KI[ {*618}    
b.2        
b.3]vest.[]OLE+DI[ {*608}1[  
b.4        

the ruled line probably implies at least 2 paragraphs on side a (side b, too?).


HT 51, page tablet (HM 1335) (GORILA I: 98-99)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1    ]5  
a.1  FIC • TE •    
a.1  MA[    
a.2  ]SE64  
a.2TI-NI[      
a.3  ]RE[    
   infra mutila       
          
b.1    ]KU-ME-TA  12[  
b.2    ]ZU-DU    J F
b.2  SI[    
b.2]vest.[      
   infra mutila       

a.1-2: MA[ and ]SE could belong to names, not logograms.
a.2 or: ]RU
a.3, b.2: ]RE[ and SI[ could belong to names, not logograms.


HT 52, page tablet (HM --) (GORILA I: 100-101)
HT Scribe 23
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1SA-MA• TE • [    
a.2    ]4  
a.2DI-KA-KI[      
a.3 ]vest.[       
   infra mutila       
          
b.1]NE •GRA201[  
b.2-3 desunt       
   infra mutila       

a.5: SA-MA also occurs on HT 6b.5-6 and 10a.1, and ZA 10b.3-4
a.2 or: DI-KA-TU[


HT 53, page tablet (HM --) (GORILA I: 102-103)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
a.1    ]SA-NE[      
a.2  ]vest.[    
a.3    ]40  
a.3  ]OLE[    
a.3    ]100  
a.4RA-[    
   infra mutila       
          
b.1   ]vest.[     
b.2    ]18[  
b.3   ]vest.[     
b.4    ]KU-RE[      
   infra mutila       


HT 54, page tablet? (HM --) (GORILA I: 104-105)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
a.1   ]vest.[     
a.2    ]KU-MI-NA-QE[      
a.3    ]KI-MI-RA2[      
   infra mutila       
          
          
b.1    ] 4  
b.1  KI[    
b.2   ]vest.[     
   infra mutila       

a.1 or: ]SI-NA[ or: ]SI 1


HT 55, page tablet (HM --) (GORILA I: 106-107)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1]KI-RO      
a.1MA-RE  1[  
a.2  ]*3011  
a.2SI-RU  1  
a.2NE-[      
a.3  ]TU1[  
   infra mutila       
          
b.1    ]-TE  1  
b.1  QE[    
b.2    ]RI-JA  1  
b.2I-[      
b.3   ]vest.[     
   infra mutila       

a.2 perhaps: NE-KU[


HT 56, page tablet (HM --) (GORILA I: 108-109)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1*188 •    
a.1SA-[    
a.2    ]11J
a.2  U[    
   infra mutila       
          
b.1  ]OLE+KI {*618}20[  
_____________________________________________________________________
b.2   ]vest.[     
   infra mutila       

a.1 or: SA-RA2


HT 57, page tablet (HM --) (GORILA I: 110-111)
HT Scribe 14
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1DA-QE-RA[      
a.1    ]1  
a.2  A[    
a.3      ]F[
   infra mutila       
          
b.1  ]*3058  
b.1        
     ]vest.[     
   infra mutila       


HT 58, page tablet (HM 37) (GORILA I: 112-113)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 8
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1QE-TI-RA-DU •VIR[    
.2  OLE+U {*610}19  
.2  OLE+MI[ {*622}    
.3  ]OLE+E {*613}3  
.3  OLIV41  
.4    ]U-KI[      
   infra mutila       

.1 or: KA-TI-RA-DU; whichever form the name is, might the common header A-DU be suffixed to a base word QE/KA-TI-R?


HT 60, page tablet (HM 43) (GORILA I: 114-115)
Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
.1  ]OLE+RI {*614}  K
.1  MI+JA+[•] {*549}    
.2      ]K
.2  VINa  K
.2  E3  
.2  QA2+[?]+RE {*508}[    
.3  ]QA+[?]+PU {*510}  L2 [


HT 61, page tablet (HM 44) (GORILA I: 114-115)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
.1    ]MI-TIGRA+KU {*579}6[  
.2-4 vacant       


HT 62 [+] 73, two non-joining fragments of a page tablet (HM 54 + No no.) (GORILA I: 116-117)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
HT Scribe 23

Large fragment HT 62 (HM 54)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1[•-•]SA-RA• TE • VINa[    
.2  ][•]-NAGRA15E
.2KA-KU  7[  
.3    ]18  
.3Ib-TI-[•]  6  
.3  DI[    
.4    ]4E
.4  KA[    
.5  ]VIR[]4  
.5  KO[    
.6  ]NU17[  
.7    ]25[  
   infra mutila       

.4: KA[ or: QE[


Small fragment HT 73 (HM no no.)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
.1  ]KU[    
.2  ] •]1[  
.2PA-I-KI[      
.3    ]8  
.3SA-RO-QE[      
.4    ]28  
.5   ]vest.[     
   infra mutila       


HT 63, page tablet (HM 57) (GORILA I: 118-119)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
HT Scribe 23
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  *305 • TE1  
.1KA-TI  1  
.1SU-PU2[      
.2  ]ZU2  
.3   ]vest.[     
   infra mutila       

.1: SU-PU2[ may be SU-PU2-*188 (on HT 8 b.1), the only other word beginning with SU-PU2


HT 64, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 118-119)
HT Scribe 21
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1    ]KU-ZU-NA[      
.2  ]NA2  
.2RU-MA[      
.3vacat      
.4    ] 3  
.4  CAPm6  
.5   ]vest.[     
   infra mutila       

The line 3 vacat may imply a separation of subject paragraphs.


HT 65, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 120-121)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1   ]vest.[     
a.  *330+SA {*644}  K[

.2 or: B


HT 66, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 120-121)
HT Scribe 21
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  ZU • VIR •[    
.2  ]DI2  
.2TA-[      
.3    ]TA-MI[      
.4  ]RE1  
   infra mutila       


HT 67, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 120-121)
HT Scribe 23
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
.1   ]vest.[     
.2]KU-RO  420[  
.3]FIC • TE400[  


HT 68, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 122-123)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1[•]-JU •VIR[    
.2    ]4[  
   infra mutila       


HT 69, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 122-123)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
.1    ]5  
.1  DI8[  
.2    ]MA-DI  4[  
.3  ]DI12[  
   infra mutila       


HT 70, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 122-123)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1]FIC • TE30[  
.2    ]QA-*118-SA  2E[
.3  ]I3[  
.4   ]vest.[     
   infra mutila       

.4 perhaps: VIR


HT 72, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 124-125)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1SI-VIR-[•][      
.2   ]vest.[     
   infra mutila       


For HT 73, see HT 62[+]73 and 73[+]62, above.


HT 74, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 124-125)
HT Scribe 24
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
.1   ]vest.[     
.2]KU-RO  20[  
   infra mutila       


HT 75, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 124-125)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
1.KA-RU[      
_____________________________________________________________________
   infra mutila       


HT 78, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 126-127)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
_____________________________________________________________________
1.]MU *312[      
_____________________________________________________________________
   infra mutila       


HT 79 [+] 83, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 126-127)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  ]I • *305[    
.1  ]KA •    
.1DA-PA3[      
.2    ]TU-PA-RI  1[  
.2    ]TU-[•]  3  
.3    ]KU-NI[      
.3]ZU  3  
   infra mutila       


HT 80, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 126-127)
HT Scribe 13
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
.1    ]JU-RA[      
.2 ]vacat       
   infra mutila       


HT 81, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 128-129)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1A-SEMI+JA+RU {*550} •  H[
.2    ]RI-SU-MA    L4
.2  KI[    
   infra mutila       


HT 82, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 128-129)
HT Scribe 3
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
a.  ]GRA OVISf  K[
b.  *400VAS+*304 {*653}  E[
   infra mutila       

.a or: B
.b: *400VAS cup? ( *401VAS+*304: KH 12.3)


HT 84, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 128-129)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1QIf-JA-DU[      
.2    ]NU-TI• VIR[    
.3   ]vest.[     
  


HT 85, page tablet (HM 1311) (GORILA I: 130-133)

Schoep 2002, type Vb (combined, people+food)
HT Scribe 9
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1A-DU• *307+*307 {*638} • VIR •    
a.2DA-RI-DA  12  
a.2PA3-NI  12  
a.3U-*325-ZA  6  
a.3-4DA-SI-*118  24  
a.4KU-ZU-NI  5  
a.5TE-KE  3  
a.5DA-RE  4  
a.6KU-RO[  ]66  
          
b.1KI-KI-RA-JA •      
b.1-2KI-RE-TA2  1  
b.2QE-KA  1  
b.2  PA1  
b.2-3TE-TU[  ]  1  
b.3  KA1  
b.3  DI1  
b.3ME-ZA  1  
b.4RE-DI-SE  1  
b.4-5WA-DU-NI-MI  1  
b.5MA-DI  1  
b.5-6QA-*310-I  1  

a.3-4: DA-SI-*118 also on HT 99b.1.
a.4: cf. KU-PA3-NU (HT 88.5)
a.6: The numbers do total 66. Note how the numbers are in sets of 6: DA-RI-DA and PA3-NI contribute two sets each, U-*325-ZA one set, DA-SI-*118 four sets, and KU-ZU-NI, TE-KE, and DA-RE combined contribute one set. It is tempted to rank these in either importance or size: KU-ZU-NI, TE-KE, and DA-RE small; U-*325-ZA relatively small; DA-RI-DA and PA3-NI relatively large; and DA-SI-*118 large.

side b is obviously a separate list, probably people by name, perhaps (if a: A-DU implies assessments) deficits (b.1: KI-KI-RA-JA being some form of KI-RU?) of personnel? (cf. HT 94)
b.3: RE-DI-SE was originally written on line 3, then erased and moved to line 4d; KA & DI are therefore probably transaction signs (Schoep 2002, p. 78)


HT 86, page tablet (HM 1328) (GORILA I: 134-135)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
HT Scribe 6
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1A-KA-RU •      
a.1-2KU-NI-SUGRA+K+L2 {*584}20  
a.2SA-RU  20  
a.3DI-DE-RU  20  
a.3QA-RA2-WA  10  
_____________________________________________________________________
a.4A-DU •      
a.4DA-MEGRA+B {*580}20  
a.5MI-NU-TE  20  
a.6vacat       
          
b.1[[A-KA-RU • ]]      
b.1-2[[KU-NI-SUGRA+K+L2 {*584}20]]  
b.2[[SA-RU  20]]  
b.3[[DI-DE]]      
.1[[vacant     ]]       

the same names recur on HT 95; given the large quantities and whole numbers, this document probably records assessments (Schoep 2002, 106); the document is a double palimpsest (Schoep 2002, 79)


HT 87, page tablet (HM 1309) (GORILA I: 136-137)
Schoep 2002, type IV (people?)
HT Scribe 9
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1-2QIf-TU-NE • MA-KA-RI-TE •      
.2PI-TA-KE-SI  1  
.3JA-RE-MI  1  
.3DI-KI-SE  1  
.4QE-SU-PU  1  
.4KU-RU-KU  1  
.5A-RA-[•]-A-TU  1  

probably a list of people by name, perhaps listed under their supervisor, location, or aspect (e.g., profession, ethnicity)
.1: QIf-TU-NE, MA-KA-RI-TE, and DI-KI-SE appear in HT 117


HT 88, page tablet (HM 1312) (GORILA I: 138-139)
Schoep 2002, type Va (combined, people+food)
HT Scribe 7
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1A-DUVIR+KA {*568}20  
.1-2RE-ZA  6  
.2  FIC • KI-KI-NA7  
.3vacat       
.4KI-RO •    
.4KU-PA3-PA3  1  
.4KA-JU  1  
.5KU-PA3-NU  1  
.5PA-JA-RE  1  
.5-6SA-MA-RO  1  
.6DA-TA-RE  1  
.6KU-RO  6  

If this document concerns rations of figs per VIR+KA (7 FIC : 26 VIR+KA), it would be more than 1/4 unit figs per person (cf. HT 89, where the ration FIC to presumed person is 1/5 this amount); if the unit were the same as the dry Mycenaean unit (96 liters, or a total of 672 liters), this would give every preson more than 24 liters of figs. Alternatively, the 26 VIR+KA might be the transporters of the figs (cf. HT 28a.4: VIR+KA VINa 6), with each person transporting 25.8 liters of figs (25.8 kg = 56.86 lbs).
.2: Here, a logogram is followed by a word; Duhoux (in Morpogo-Davies and Duhoux 1984: 20-21, 59 n. 27) suggests that this is an example of "double writing," where a logogram is spelled out, and, if so, KI-KI-NA should mean fig. It has also been suggested that the logogram NI derives acrophonically from a (Minoan) word "nikuleon," attested by Hesychius for "figs" (G. Neumann, "Nikuleon," Glotta 40 (1962) 51-54). Perhaps the two terms characterize "fresh" and "dried" figs or "green" and "black" figs. Another occurrence of "double writing" might occur on KN Za 19: MI-NA, where MI-NA might be the word for *118 ; cf. ZA 21a.7 where this may recur.
.4-6: probably a list of people by name
.4 & .5: KU-PA3-PA3/NU; cf. KU-ZU-NI (HT 85a.4) & KU-PA-ZU (KH 5.3-4); PA-HA-RE on HT 29.2 and ZA 10b.5-6.


HT 89, page tablet (HM 1313) (GORILA I: 140-141)
Schoep 2002, type Va (combined, people+food)
HT Scribe 2
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1A-SA-RA2• *307 • *30523  
.2  JU+*317-QE {*542}22  
.2MA-I-MI  24  
.3  VIR+*313a {*570}13  
.3TA-RA  5  
.4KU-RO  87  
.5  *3032J E
.5  FIC2E
.5  VINa6[ ]  

.1-3: the numbers add up to KU-RO 87.
Apparently the three names concern personnel (sign *305 occurs on HT 100 with groups of VIR; cf. VIR+*313a). The order of the three names is deliberate, the second name contributing an amount of the second set plus some of the third, the third name contributing only an amount of the third set.
*307 *305JU+*317-QEVIR+*313
Asara2 23Asara2 22
Maimi 24Maimi 13
Tara 5
The rest of the document concerns comestibles, perhaps rations, whose order also seems deliberate, matching the order of the personnel, as follows:
*307 *305 23*303 2 JEca. 1/10th unit *303 to each
JU+*317-QE 46FIC 2 Eca. 1/20th unit figs to each (cf. HT 88 where the ratio FIC:VIR+KA is 5 times this amount). If JU+*317-QE are people, might they be children?
VIR+*313 18VIN 6[]1/3rd unit wine to each


HT 90, page tablet (HM 1314) (GORILA I: 142-143)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 2
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1I-KU-RI-NA      
.1-2SA-RA2GRA20  
.2  FIC10  
.2  OLE+DI {*608}3  
.2-3SI-RU-MA-RI-TA2GRA1  
.3-4  FIC1  
.4  OLE+MI {*622} 1  
.4  *3041  
.5vacat       

.1: I-KU-RI-NA may possibly mean "to" KU-RI-NA, which would be supported by the large round numbers (assessments) from SA-RA2 and the much smaller numbers from SI-RU-MA-RI-TA2 (hapax here), presumably a less important place.


HT 91, page tablet (HM 1318) (GORILA I: 144-145)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 15
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1I-KA• *326 • GRA  X
.2  *304  A
.2  • OLE+KI {*618}  A
.2-3  OLE+U {*610}  A
.3  OLE+MI {*622}  A
.3  OLIV  A
.3  FIC  A
.4  VINa  A
.4  E5  
.5TE-RI •OLE+MI {*622}  A
.5  E3[  
   infra mutila       

An odd document, listing commodities in very small quantities with transaction sign *326, which is never found on any other mixed commodities document (Schoep 2002, 98).


HT 92, page tablet (HM 1324) (GORILA I: 144-145)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 2
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  TE •    
.1-2A-DU •GRA680  
.2  *30412  
.3-4vacant       


HT 93, page tablet (HM 1307) (GORILA I: 146-149)
Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities)
HT Scribe 5
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1PA3-NI-NA• GRA PA3 • RE+SE {*515}12  
a.1-2DI-RI-NA •DA+RE+SE {*502}43J
a.2-3KI-DI-NI  5J H
a.3-4A-SE• I GRA+PA {*574}26J E
a.4SA-RA2  20  
a.4-5QA-QA-RU• I GRA+PA {*574}5  
a.5-6VIR-I  6  
a.6DE-JU-KU  1J
a.6-7O-TI-[•]  3  
a.7DA-RI-DA*406VAS2  
a.7  *3432  
a.8PA3-NI-NA[      
a.8    ]PA-SE-JA  20  
a.9  VIR10F[
a.9  ]KA4  
          
b.1    ]165H
b.1KI-RO[      
b.2]vacat       
b.3-9vacant       

a.1: The two signs, GRA PA3, are of equal size and separated; elsewhere on this document the two signs are in ligature *574 : two horizontal strokes across the vertical stalk of GRA.
a.6-7 or: O-TI-RO
a.8 or: ]PI-SE-JA
a.9: if VIR 10F is related to *343 (and the other commodities above?), then perhaps it implies a ratio: VIR 10F : *343 22[ (etc.?)
b.1: The numbers a.1-9 total 159 4J E F[ H; the apparent total is 165 H, leaving a difference of 4 1/4 F[ to be filled by an entry on line b.1.


HT 94, page tablet (HM 1316) (GORILA I: 150-153)
Schoep 2002, type Va (combined, people+food)
HT Scribe 9
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
a.1KA-PAVIR62  
a.1  *8620  
a.2  TI+A {*523}7  
a.2  VIR+*313b {*571}18  
a.2  TA4  
a.3KU-RO  110  
a.3SA-RA2*3035  
a.3  FIC3H
a.4    ]2  
a.4  *318-*30611  
a.4  *303  D D
a.4  FIC  D D
a.5    ]14J
a.5  FIC  D
a.6            ]vacat       
a.7            ]vacat       
          
b.1KI-RO •      
b.1TU-MA  1  
b.1PA-TA-NE  1  
b.2DE-DI  1  
b.2KE-KI-RU  1  
b.2SA-RU  1  
b.3KU-RO  5vacat
b.4  *86 •    
b.4RA-[•]-DE-ME-TE  1  
b.5QIf-TU-[•]  1  
b.6vacat     

a.3: the numbers really total 111
b.4 or: RA-RI-DE-ME-TE
b.5: QIf-TU-NE?

Side a presents 2 lists. The first list, a.1-3, headed by KA-PA, gives various kinds of personnel. The second list a.3-5, originally contained at least 3 names: a.3-4: SA-RA2 associated with commestibles *303 and FIC and possibly another one or two. The duplication of *303 and FIC in a.4 implies a name and at least one commestible has been lost on that line, ending in ]2, and continuing with *318-*306, *303, and FIC, and perhaps another one or two commodities. The duplication in a.5 implies another name and at least one commestible has been lost on that line, ending with ]14 J.
a.3SA-RA2*3035  
a.3  FIC3H
a.4[NAMELOGOGRAM]2  
a.4  *318-*30611  
a.4  *303  D D
a.4  FIC  D D
a.5[NAMELOGOGRAM (*303?)]14J
a.5  FIC  D

Side b comprises two more separate lists, apparently one of deficits (b.1: KI-RO) of personnel listed by a name (place?) and another (also of personnel?) headed by *86.
Here, most of the document concerns personnel, but SA-RA2 is concerned with *303, FIC, perhaps some other food (a.4: ]2, *318-*306 11).

HT 94 records personnel and commodities (including *303), and notes a deficit (b.1: KI-RO) that totals (b.3: KU-RO) 5; HT Wc 3017 may record the disbursement of this amount:

HT 94    HT Wc 3017  
side.linestatementlogogramnumber statementlogogramno. of impressions (CMS II, 6 no. 21: archer)
a.1KA-PAVIR62  b: *304+PA {*629}  
a.3SA-RA2*3035  b: *303+D {*624} 5
a.4 *318-*30611  a. DI-*306 • 
b.1KI-RO      
b.2KE-KI-RU   a: QA-KU-RE •  
b.3KU-RO 5   5

For KE-KI-RU, compare CHIC #186: 028-047-049-061 KU2-QE-RO3-


HT 95, page tablet (HM 1320) (GORILA I: 154-155)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1DA-DU-MA-TA •GRA    
a.2DA-ME  10  
a.2MI-NU-TE  10  
a.3SA-RU  20  
a.3-4KU-NI-SU  10  
a.4DI-DE-RU  10  
a.4-5QE-RA2-U  7  
          
b.1A-DU •      
b.1SA-RU  10  
b.2  [•]    
b.2DA-ME  10  
b.2-3MI-NU-TE  10  
b.3-4KU-NI-SU  10  
b.4DI-DE-RU  10  
b.4-5QE-RA2-U  10  

the same names (place names?) recur on HT 86; given the whole numbers and repetitions of 10, this document probably records assessments (Schoep 2002, 106)
a.1: cf. DI-DI-KO-RA-ME[-]-TA2 (ZA 11a.1).


HT 96, page tablet (HM 1329) (GORILA I: 156-157)
Schoep 2002, type Ic (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 8
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1-2I-TI-TI-KU-NI • A-PA-RA-NE • A-*123-TE •      
a.2-3SI-MI-TAGRA5  
a.3RU-SA  4  
a.3  *323 *3171  
a.4PI-TA-RA •  1  
a.4  *323 *3441  
______________________________________________________________________________
a.5    ]KU-MA-RO • TE FIC20  
a.6  ]FIC2  
______________________________________________________________________________
   infra mutila       
          
b.1A-PA-RA-NE •      
b.1-2QA-*118-RA-RE• I+[?] {*516} • GRA •40J E
b.3  OLE+U {*610}4  
b.3  FIC2K
b.4-6vacant       
   infra mutila       

a.1-2: *123 may be the same as Linear B AROM (herbs, condiments, spices).


HT 97, page tablet (HM 1330) (GORILA I: 158-159)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
HT Scribe 7
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1KA-RU• *307+*307 {*638} • VIR+KA {*568}82  
a.1-2  *32733  
a.3KA-NU-TI  25  
a.3PA-I-TO  6  
a.4  DI4  
a.4NA-TI  4  
a.4MA-DI  5  
a.4-5  JU15  
a.5  KI3  
a.5  ZU]5  
a.5TA-TI  2  
a.6DE-[•]  3[  
a.6  ]A5  
   infra mutila       
          
b.  SA-RA2

a.1: if KA-RU is a transaction term (?akin to CHIC 072-049, "actual payment"; cf. KA-RU[ on HT 75.1, and A-KA-RU on HT 2.1, HT 86a.1, b.1; and KA-RE-RO on HT Wc 3003), then this is either a simple list (82 VIR+KA, 33 *327s, etc.) or 82 VIR+KA is a total of most of the rest (e.g., the numbers modified by place names *327 33, KA-NU-TI 25, PA-I-TO 6, DI 4, NA-TI 4, MA-DI 5, TA-TI 2, DE-[•] 3) -- i.e., not counting the numbers registered for a.4-5: JU, KI, ZU.
The total of all numbers is 192.
a.1-2: *327 may be AES (B *140; Palaima 1988: 326); cf. HT 119a.1
b: the signs are written large and are centered in the upper part of the tablet; GORILA seems to read SA *332 E (fraction)


HT 98, page tablet (HM 1331) (GORILA I: 160-161)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
a.1    ]-DE  1[  
a.2    ]TU1  
a.2TA-NA-TI    J E
a.2-3DI-RE-DI-NA    J
a.3TE-*301    J E
a.4RO-KE    J
a.4-5KA-RI-*310-I    E
          
b.1  ]*188[    
b.2  ]VINa  J E
b.2DA-RU-NE-TE    K+[?]


HT 99, page tablet (HM 1334) (GORILA I: 162-163)
Schoep 2002, type Va (combined, people+food)
HT Scribe 2
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1A-DU •      
a.1SA-RA2*3034[  ]  
a.2  FIC4[  ]  
a.2  VINa1H
a.2  GRA+QE[ {*578}    
a.3   ]vest.[     
a.4-5]vacant       
          
b.1  SI+SE {*529} FIC6  
b.1DA-SI-*118  2  
b.1ZU-DU  1  
b.2-3RU-MA-TA  1  
b.4-5vacant       

b.1 SI+SE FIC 6 may refer to SA-RA2; this transaction and commodity may then continue to refer to DA-SI-*118, ZU-DU, and RU-MA-TA.


HT 100, page tablet (HM 1306) (GORILA I: 164-165)
Schoep 2002, type Va (combined, people+food)
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
.1  ]VIR+KA {*568}58  
.1  *304+PA {*629}[      ]
.2  TI+A {*523}12  
.2  KI2  
.2  *3055  
.2-3  VIR+*313a {*570}16  
.3KU-RO  97  
.4SA-RA2*3035E
.4  FIC2D D
.4  VINa2J
.5  OLE+U {*610}2H
.5  OLE+MI {*622}3  
.5  OLE+NE {*612}  J E
.6vacat       

.1-3: Since the preserved numbers total 93, the amount of *304+PA was probably 4.


HT 101, page tablet (HM 1308) (GORILA I: 166-167)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 2
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1ZU-*22f-DIGRA+QE {*578}40  
.2  OLE+U {*610}8  
.2  OLE+MI {*622}8  
.2  OLE+KI {*618}2  
.3SA-RA2GRA41  
.3  OLE10  
.3  DI+QE {506}3  
.4KU-PA3-[]OLE+U {*610}2  
_____________________________________________________________________
.5    ]20  
.5  *3043  
.5  OLE+KI {*618}2[  
.6    ]3  
.6  OLIV1E
.6  OLIV+TU {*587}1  

most of the numbers here seem arranged around the number 10: 40, 8, 8+2, 41, 10, 5, 20, 3+2+3+1+1.
the rule between lines .4 and .5 probably indicates a separate paragraph, although the preceding section seems divided into 3 paragraphs, each headed by a toponymn


HT 102, page tablet (HM 1310) (GORILA I: 168-169)
Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities)
HT Scribe 5
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1KA-PA      
.1-2SA-RA2GRA976  
.2PA3-NI GRA+PA {*574}33[  
.3  ]VIR GRA+PA {*574}33  
.3DI-RI-NA  10  
.3-4MA-ZU  3  
    WI10  
.4I-KA  5  
.5KU-RO  1060  

.3: if ]VIR were part of the third name, then the document concerns only GRA and GRA+PA (cf. VIR-I, HT 11a.4 concerning only personnel, HT 93a.5-6 concerning mostly GRA+PA).
.4: if WI means "absent" vel sim., then the other numbers add up to the expected total 1060.


HT 103, page tablet (HM 1315) (GORILA I: 170-171)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
HT Scribe 3
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1U-TA2FIC40  
.2PA3
.2DA-KU-SE-NE[  ]6J
.3  *18813  
.4DA-KU-NA  1  
.4-5DA-KU-SE-NE  1  
.5KI-RA  5J

2: for PA3 as a logogram without a number, see HT 9b.1.
4: That DA-KU-NA would not be related to DA-KU-SE-NE seems unlikely, but JGY has no explanation for how the numbers might work.
5: a space between NE 1 and KI-RA, lending support to the following supposition by Schoep that KI-RA is a transaction term.
5: Schoep (1994-95, 71, n. 60), taking a lead from GORILA (which suggests separating PA3 from DA-KU-SE-NE), implies the following:
PA3
DA-KU-SE-NE[ 6 J
DA-KU-NA 1
KI-RA ("balance") 5 J
Using Davis's interpretation of HT 8, we would then expect PA3 DA-KU-SE-NE to anticipate an omission of 6J, but an addition of 1 on line .4-5 results in a new balace/omission of 5J.


HT 104, page tablet (HM 1317) (GORILA I: 170-171)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
HT Scribe 5
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1TA-PA• TE+RO {*505} •    
.1-2DA-KU-SE-NE-TI  45J
.2-3I-DU-TI  20J
.3-4PA-DA-SU-TI  29  
.5KU-RO  95  
.6vacat       

The numbers do add up to 95.
.1-2 or: DA-KU-SE-NE TI (ideogram)
.2-3 or: I-DU TI (ideogram)
.3-4 or: PA-DA-SU TI (ideogram)


HT 105, page tablet (HM 1321) (GORILA I: 172-173)
Schoep 2002, type IV (people)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1KA-PA[      
.1   ]vest.[     
.2  ]VIR234  
.3SA-RA2VIR235  
.4-5vacat       


HT 106, page tablet (HM 1323) (GORILA I: 172-173)
Schoep 2002, type Ib (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 19
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1MI-NU-TE*3036[  
.2  SI5J
.2  SI1  
_____________________________________________________________________
.3DA-[•]  8[  
.4  ]SI3[  
   infra mutila       

the rule between lines .2 and .3 indicates a separate paragraph
.3 or: DA-ME


HT 107, page tablet (HM 1325) (GORILA I: 174-175)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
.1    ]3[  
.1   ]vest.[     
.2vacat       
.3  TE86  
.3  *3327  

.3: without the dots flanking it, TE may be a logogram and not a transaction sign.


HT 108, page tablet (HM 1326) (GORILA I: 174-175)
Schoep 2002, type Va (combined, people+food)
HT Scribe 2
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1KI-RE-TA-NAVIR1  
.1  GRA+H {*583}70  
_____________________________________________________________________
.2DI-NA-RO  2  
.2DU-SU-NI  5[  
.3[•]-RA2-TI  10  
.3JU-[      
.4vacat       
   infra mutila       

.1: written GRA+'H' but not given a separate ligature number
.3 or: QA-RA2-TI or: ZU-RA2-TI

the rule between lines .1 and .2 probably separates the 1st list of personnel and GRA from a 2nd list (continuing contributions of GRA+H from the three NAMES; or of just personnel?)


HT 109, page tablet (HM 1333) (GORILA I: 176-177)
HT Scribe 7
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
supra mutila
.1  ]RE4[  
.1   ]vest.[     
.2  ]TA4  
.3KU-RO  129  
.4A-RA-JU  123  

.4: cf. ]A-RA-JU-U-DE-ZA (HT 122b.3)


HT 110, page tablet (HM 1319) (GORILA I: 178-179)
Schoep 2002, type Ic (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1SI-DU-*34-KU-MI*303+E {*626} 20  
a.2KU-PA  1  
a.3KU-RO  100[  
a.4  ]FIC15[  
a.5    ]60  
          
b.1  GRA[    
b.1    ]-RO  20  
b.1-2  *400VAS+RI {*648}3[  
b.2    ]1  
b.2  MA5J
b.3vacat       
b.4    ]2  
b.4  FIC1J[
b.5    ]1  
b.5  MA2  
b.5  *301  J E

a.4 or: 15 KA[
b.1-2 or: *400VAS+E


HT 111, page tablet (HM 1327) (GORILA I: 180-181)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
supra mutila
a.1   ]vest.[     
a.2    ]QE-KA  8  
a.2QA-SA-[      
a.3]-QA-RU  8  
a.3  DI14[  
a.4  ]FIC[    
   infra mutila       
          
          
supra mutila
b.1    ]1  
b.1SA-DI  4[  
b.2    ]3  
b.2QE-[      
b.3NA-[]FIC1[ ]  
b.3        
   infra mutila       

a.2 or: QA--[


HT 112, page tablet (HM 1346) (GORILA I: 182-183)
HT Scribe 9
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1  OVISf[    
a.2    ]TU-PA-[      
a.3   ]vest.[     
   infra mutila       
   supra mutila       
b.1  ]*3036[  
b.1   ]vest.[     
b.1   ]vest.[     
   infra mutila       


HT 113, page tablet (HM 1332) (GORILA I: 184-185)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1RA-RI-DE[      
.2-3    ]WI-SA • [  ]2[ ]  
.3  O2J
.4[[vestigia]][      

.3 or: O-DI J ?


HT 113ter, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 184-185)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1    ]-MI-[      
.2    ]4[  
   infra mutila       


HT 114, page tablet (Pigorini 83735) (GORILA I: 186-187)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 4
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1KI-RI-TA2      
a.1-2SA-RA2GRA10  
a.2  OLE7  
a.3  FIC1  
a.3  VINa1  
a.3-4  BOSm3  
  vacat       
          
b.1  SA VINa {*522}9  
b.2-5vacant       

Very similar to HT 121; both may present contributions for a feast: GRA 10, VIN 1+9 (unit = 28.8 liters [Docs2]; 288 liters; if 0.25 liter/person [2 average conical cups {Kommos III}] = 1152 people), OLE 7, FIC 1, BOSm 3 (350-500 people/BOS = 1050-1500 people)


HT 115, page tablet (HM 1360) (GORILA I: 188-191)
Schoep 2002, type III (single commodity)
HT Scribe 8
  
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
a.1*47-NU-RA-JA• I • GRA+*22m {*576}    
a.1-2RI-TA-MA-NU-WI  2  
a.2[[*301-U-RA]]      
a.2-3NA-QIf-NE-MI-NA  1  
a.3SE-KU-TU    J
a.4PA-RA-NE  1  
a.4A-SE-JA    D D D D
a.5KA-PO-RU  1  
a.6[[RI-SU-MA[   vest.   ]]      
a.7[[SU          2Dvest. ]]
a.8-9[[vestigia    ]]      
          
b.1    ]RU • PA-RA-NE    J
b.2TI-NU-JA • NU-WI •GRA  J
b.2DU-PA3-NA 1
b.3KU-RU-MA• I  J
b.3*306-TU-JA   1  
b.4A-I-[••]  1  
b.4  *634 {*306+MI}1  
b.4KU-TA[      
b.5-8vacant       

a.1: the transaction sign I has a dot punched into the base of the middle "finger," perhaps an attempt to render the sign like *516: I+[?]
a.1-2 or, more probably: • NU-WI (see b.2)
a.6 or: RI-SU-MA-NU[
lines a.1-9: palimpsest
b.3: *306-TU-JA, cf. *306-TU, HT 91.2-3, 9b.3; HT 119.4; HT 122a.6
b.4 or: A-I-TI-KI
lines b.1-8: palimpsest

The numbers and fractions total 12, if D = 1/5.


HT 116, page tablet (HM 1361) (GORILA I: 192-195)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 20
side.linestatementlogogramlogono.logono.logono.logono.logono.
a.1U-TA-RO• TE •
a.1-2 KU-PA-JA GRA 16
a.2 PU-RA2 GRA 40 OLE+DI {*608} 5
a.3-4 SI+SE {*529} GRA 16 OLE+KI {*618} 1 OLE+MI {*622} 6 OLIV 3
a.4 PI-*34-TE GRA 5 OLE+[]5 OLE+MI {*622} 1OLIV+TU {*587}2
a.5-6SI-KI-NE GRA 12 *304 12
a.6-7QA-NU-MA GRA 20 *304 3
b.1 KU-ROGRA100[*30415
b.2OLE17

side b totals 3 of the 4 commestibles on side a (omitting OLIV)b.1 the GRA numbers total 109, perhaps the KU-RO GRA 100[
b.1 *304 numbers do total 15
b.2 the plain OLE numbers total OLE+D 5, OLE+KI 1, OLE+MI 6 + 1, ]OLE[ 5, or a total of 18; perhaps the last stroke in the number 6 in a.3 OLE+MI 6 was a slip.


HT 117, page tablet (HM 1364) (GORILA I: 196-199)
Schoep 2002, type IV (people?)
HT Scribe 9
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1-2MA-KA-RI-TE • KI-RO • U-MI-NA-SI •      
a.2U-SU  1  
a.2MI-TU  1  
a.2-3KU-RA-MU  1  
a.3MA-RU  1  
a.3KU-PA3-NU  1  
a.3-4TU-JU-MA  1  
a.4U-DI-MI  1  
a.4-5MI-RU-TA-RA-RE  1  
a.5TE-JA-RE  1  
a.5NA-DA-RE  1  
a.6KU-RO  10  
_____________________________________________________________________
a.7SA-TA •    
a.7KU-KU-DA-RA  1  
a.7-8KO-SA-I-TI  1  
a.8DA-MI-NU  1  
a.8-9DA-NE-KU-TI  1  
a.9KI-DA-RO  1  
          
b.1QIf-TU-NE •      
b.1KU-RE-JU  1  
b.2DI-KI-SE  1  
b.3-9vacant       

The document probably lists people by name.
a.6: KU-RO totals the 10 (personnel?) in lines a.1-5
a.6/7: the rule there apparently introduces a second section on side a, headed by SA-TA (cf. HT 42.1)
Side b therefore presents a third section headed by QIf-TU-NE, a heading on HT 7b.1 and HT 87.1. MA-KA-RI-TE, QIf-TU-NE and DI-KI-SE appear in HT 87, and in both HT 87 & HT 117, QIf-TU-NE (as heading or part of the heading) and DI-KI-SE (as name in a list) appear in the same paragraph.
SA-TA, QIf-TU-NE, and MA-KA-RI-TE may be regions or people supplying personnel.


HT 118, page tablet (Pigorini 83734; Brice 1991b: 103) (GORILA I: 200-201)
Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities)
HT Scribe 3
side.linestatementlogogramnumberowed?frac tion
.1  SUS • I+[?] {*516} •      
.1MA-DI  15KI 10  
.2-3QA-QA-RU  6KI 4  
.3-4A-RI-SU  4KI 1  
.4RI-RU-MA  10    
.5KU-RO  30KI 15[  

.1-4, the numbers in the 1st column total 35, not KU-RO's 30
KI = KI-RO? (Raison and Pope 1978, pp. 147-48); the numbers add up.


HT 119, page tablet (HM 1362) (GORILA I: 202-203)
Schoep 2002, type IV (people?)
HT Scribe 9
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  *32734  
.1  VIR68  
.2RI-MI-SI  13  
.2KO-JA  10  
.3KU-PA3-NA-TU  7  
.3  TI7  
.4JA-*345  10  
.4*306-TU  2  
.4*327-JU  8  
.5KU-RO  160  

The numbers here are interesting (even if they do not quite total KU-RO's 160): each unit of *327 could be distributed per pair VIR. The number 10 recurs: KO-JA 10, JA-*345 10, *306-TU 2 + *327-JU 8 = 10. The second list, following TI 7, consists of names that rely on rare signs: JA-*345 (hapax here, see below), *306-TU (*306 possibly MUL, see below), *327-JU (*327 repeated from line .1?); could they form some group?
.1: *327 may be AES (B *140; Palaima 1988: 326); cf. HT 14a.1-2.
.4: *306-TU, cf. *306-TU-JA, HT 115b.3
.5: *327 is hapax here; the sign resembles a ligature of DA topped with *47
.5: the numbers total 159, not KU-RO's 160


HT 120, page tablet (HM 1363) (GORILA I: 204-205)
Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities)
HT Scribe 6
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
.1DA-QE-RA •      
.1-2DA-MEGRA+K+L2 {*584}74  
.2-3  GRA+PA {*574}62J A
.3-4DA-U-*49• I GRA+PA {*574}20  
.4-5KI-RE-TA-NAGRA+B {*580}60  
.6  GRA+PA {*574}48  
.6PA-I-TO  3D


HT 121, page tablet (HM 1365) (GORILA I: 204-205)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 4
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1KI-RI-TA2OLE+QE+DI {*623}10  
.2SA-RA2GRA5  
.2  OLE4  
.3  FIC2  
.3  VINa3  
.3-4  BOSm3  

Very similar to HT 114; both documents may present contributions for a feast: OLE+QE+DI 10 (omitted in HT 114), GRA 5, VIN 5 (unit = 28.8 liters [Docs2]; 86.4 liters; if 0.25 liter/person [2 average conical cups {Kommos III}] = 345.6 people), FIC 2, BOSm 3 (350-500 people/BOS = 1050-1500 people)


HT 122, page tablet (HM 1366) (GORILA I: 209-209)
Schoep 2002, type Vb (combined, people+food)
HT Scribe 9
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1    ]RA-RI • U-DE-ZA  2 [  
a.2    ]2  
a.2DA-SI-*118  2  
a.2-3PA-[••][      
a.3    ]-DI  1  
a.3TE-KI  2  
a.4QA-*310-I  3  
a.4JA-MI-DA-RE  1  
a.5SI-DA-RE  1  
a.5*324-DI-RA  1  
a.5PA-DE  1  
a.6KU-PA3-NU  1  
a.6PA-TA-NE  1  
a.6*306-TU  1  
a.7    ]DU  1  
a.7KU-PA3-NU  1  
a.7DA-RI-DA  1  
a.8KU-RO  31  
a.8KU-DA  1  
          
b.1JE-DI• *346 • VIR[    
b.2    ]*306-KI-TA2  7 [  
b.3    ]A-RA-JU-U-DE-ZA  2  
b.3-4QA-QA-RU  2  
b.4  DI2  
b.4DA-RE  2  
b.5KU-RO  65  
b.6PO-TO-KU-RO  97  
b.7vacat       

the document probably lists places by name and their contributions of groups of personnel
a.2-3: after PA (which ends line 2), on line 3, there are the remains of two signs, room for a numeral 1 and the remains of a sign before DI: so, .2-3 PA[-I-TO 1 •]-DI 1
b.3: U-DE-ZA is practically certain, and from its occurrence in a.1 (second half of the heading), b.3 should probably be read as ]A-RA-JU< • >U-DE-ZA; cf. A-RA-JU (HT 109.4).
b.6: PO-TO-KU-RO 97 = KU-RO b.5 65 + a.8 31 + 1


HT 123+124, page tablet (HM 1367+1371; Brice 1991b: 103) (GORILA I: 210-213)
Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities)
HT Scribe 6
side.linestatementlogogramnumberlogogramnumberowednumber
a.1-2 KI-TA-I • OLIV 31 *308 8 E KI-RO 1 X
a.3-4PU-VINa OLIV 31 J *308 8 J E KI-RO    X
a.4-5SA-RU OLIV 16 *308 4 A[ ]KI-RO   J E
a.6-7DA-TU OLIV 15 *308 4 E KI-RO   J E
a.7-9KU-RO OLIV 93 J*308[[•]]
a.8-9KU-RO    [ ]25HKI-RO6[
          
b.1  *188 *30811  
b.1  *3121J E
b.2TI-DA-TA •      
b.2PI-SA  4  
b.2-3*188  1  
b.3*188-DU •  10  
b.3-4TU-PA-DI-DA    J L2
b.4KA-NA[    
b.4-5    ]SI-DU    A
b.5DU-MA-I-NA    E F
b.6KU-RO  20  
b.6KI-RO  5[  
b.7]vacat       

a.7-9: the total (KU-RO) of OLIV, 93 J is correct.

a.6-7 apparently expresses a ratio between *308 and OLIV: *308 is booked as 4E KIRO JE (E = 1/4, J = 1/2), which totals 5, therefore 1/3 of OLIV 15.

This leads us to calculate the values of the fractions H, A[, and X.
a.7-9 present totals: OLIV 93J and *308 31H (25H+6). If 31H is 1/3 of 93J, then H = 1/6.

a.4-5 presents OLIV 16 and *308 4 3/4 + A[. If 4 3/4 + A[ is 1/3 of 16, or 5 1/3, then 5 1/3 - 4 3/4 = A[, or 7/12 = A[.

Quantity X is more problematic. It is listed twice. Line a.1-2 presents 31 OLIV and 9EX *308; If 9 1/4 + X = 10 1/3 (1/3 of 31), then X = 13/12. Line a.2-3 presents 31J OLIV and 8JEX. If 8 3/4 + X is 10 1/2 (1/3 of 31 1/2), then X = 7/4 or 21/12. The difference between the two derived values for X and X is 2/3 (21/12 - 13/12 = 8/12). The reading 8JEX needs therefore to be increased by 2/3.


Side b.3: *188-DU also appears on HT We 1021, 3020; PSI Za 1 (188-DU-SE[, a verbal?).

An alternative arrangement of side b, based on the Balance Ledger type of accounting tablet, would presume allocations of 20 units *308. Apparently 10 units are missing in general (KU-RO 20 = *188 11-1 = *188-DU 10) and smaller units are also missing: KI-RO 1JE + 4 + JL2 + EF = 6 5/8 L2 = 5[ (originally 6 J F L2).

side.linestatementlogogramnumberdeficitnumberfraction
b.1*188*30811   
b.1*312   1J E
b.2TI-DA-TA •     
b.2PI-SA   4 
b.2-3*188 (-)1   
b.3*188-DU • 10   
b.3-4TU-PA-DI-DA    J L2
b.4     
b.4KA-NA[     
b.4-5   ]SI-DU     
b.5DU-MA-I-NA    E F
b.6KU-RO 20KI-RO5[ 


HT 125, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 214-215)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumber"fraction"
   supra mutila       
a.1    ]RA2[      
a.2  ]OLE+KI {*618}1D
a.2  OLE+U {*610}[    
a.3  ]OLE+MI {*622}1J[
a.4    ]SA-RA2GRA2  
a.4  OLE[ ]1  
          
b.1   ]vest.[     
b.2    ]20  
b.3    ]RE-TA2GRA+PA {*574}20  
b.4  GRA+F {*582}7J
b.4  *30410  
b.4  FIC23  

from the amounts, side a may be disbursements, side b contributions
b.3: undoubtedly KI-]RE-TA2; cf. HT 129.1 with similar amounts of GRA *304 FIC


HT 126, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 216-217)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1DA-NA-SI• *318 • [    
a.2A-NA-[•]  1  
a.2  U[    
a.3      ]J
a.3SI-DI-JA  1[  
a.4    ]U-*49  1  
a.4  PI[    
a.5    ]62[  
a.6    ]2[  
   infra mutila       
          
b.1  ]*3053  
b.2    ]6  
b.2  TWE4  
b.2  • OVISf[  
b.3  ] vest. [  
b.3  ]TWE [  
b.4  ]TU6  
   infra mutila       

a.1 at right?: TE[
a.2 or: A-NA-QA


HT 127, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 218-219)
Schoep 2002, type Va (combined, people+food)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
a.1   ]vest.[     
a.2]DU-NE-MI  1[  
a.3]*304+PA-DA-*47-KU[ {*629-DA-*47-KU[}  1  
          
b.1   ]vest.[     
b.2  ]NE13[  
b.3vacat       
b.4KU-RO*307156  
b.4-5  KU72  
b.5  VIR+*313c {*572}24  
b.5  KI+ME {*545}15  
b.6  *30111  
b.6  [[ KI+ME {*545}14 ]]  
b.7KU-RO  292  

side a consists only of 3 lines, obviously a section unto itself
a.3: since *304+PA {*629} is a logogram elsewhere (e.g., HT Wc 3016, KH 7b.3) the signgroup should probably be separated thus: ]*304+PA {*629} <•> DA-*47-KU[
b.4: KU-RO seems therefore to end a second section (b.1-4)
b.7: KU-RO 292 totals b.4-6, including b.4 KU-RO 156 and the erasure in b.6


HT 128, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 220-221)
Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities)
HT Scribe 9
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
a.1  *326 •    
a.1PA-RA •      
a.1-2TU-RU-NU-SE-MEGRA[+ • ]10  
a.2WA-TU-MA-REGRA+KU {*579}12[  
a.3    ]MI-TAGRA+PA {*574}  J[ ]
a.3  GRA+KU {*579}6  
a.3DI[      
a.4  GRA[+ • ]1  
a.4  GRA+KU {*579}4  
a.4MA-RI[      
   infra mutila       
          
b.1VIR-*329GRA+KU {*579}6  
b.1  GRA+KU {*579}1  
b.2RU-[••]GRA+KU {*579}6  
b.3-4vacant       

b.2: RU-WA-DA or RU-WA-U.

Schoep 2002, 108: probably a list of GRA+PA {*574} according to a census of people


HT 129, page tablet (HM 1368) (GORILA I: 222-223)
Schoep 2002, type IA (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 15
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1KI-RE-TA2GRA33J B
.2  *30410  
.2  FIC22  
.2-3TU-QIf-RI-NAGRA40J
.3  OLE+DI {*608}1[  
.4  ]OLE+KI {*618}6  
.4  ]OLE[    
   infra mutila       

for KI-RE-TA2, cf. HT 125b.3: ]RE-TA2 with almost identical amounts of GRA *304 FIC
.1 or, probably: GRA+B {*580}


HT 130, page tablet (HM 1369) (GORILA I: 224-225)
Schoep 2002, type Vb (combined, people+food); JGY: mixed commodities
HT Scribe 19
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1   ]vest.[     
.1  ]SI3  
.2SA-RA2*303[    
.3   ]vest.[     
.3     ]RA2[      
.4]KU-RO[      
_____________________________________________________________________
.5  SI *3038  
.5-6  FIC6  
.6  VINa3  

.4: KU-RO undoubtedly ended a section (perhaps the second paragraph)the rule between lines .4/5 apparently separates a third paragraph


HT 131, page tablet (HM 1372) (GORILA I: 226-227)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
a.1  ]FIC62  
a.1  KU[    
a.2    ]353  
a.2-3I-QA-*118GRA58[  
a.4  ] OLE12J
a.4  *30412J E
          
b.1   ]vest.[     
b.2  ]FIC30[  
b.2  ]OLIV2  
b.2  VINa+SA {*589}[    
_____________________________________________________________________
b.4PO-TO-KU-RO  [ ]452J[

a.2-3: I-QA-*118 recurs only on HT 44, also heading a list of almost the same commodities; QA-*118 by itself occurs on KH 10.3.
b.4: the rule separates at least two or three lists from the "grand total"
b.4: PO-TO-KU-RO 452 probably means "grand total"; it probably adds the numbers originally on the reverse, since it is 79 less than the total of the surviving numbers on both obverse and reverse.


HT 132, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 228-229)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 9
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1A-SE •*3195  
.1-2QA-RE-TO •OVISf27  
.2  PA3 • *3051[  
.3   ]vest.[     
   infra mutila       

since A-SE may be a place (cf. HT 93 & HT 115) and since QA-RE-TO is a hapax legomenon and thus probably a person, the tablet may have listed 5 *319 at A-SE, QA-RE-TO being entrusted with 27 sheep and therefore a shepherd (Linear B often lists shepherds and their "handlers")
.1: *319 (like a capital I) is preceded by a small dot low in the field; if the dot is a divider, then *319 is a logogram (see the notes to HT Zd 155-157).


HT 133, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 228-229)
HT Scribe 22
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1-2A-DU •TE GRA+DA {*573}55  
.3vacat       


HT 135, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 230-231)
HT Scribe 9
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
a.1    ]NE-MI-NA  10[  
a.2    ]-MI-TU •      
a.2MI-KA[      
a.3    ]1  
a.3NA-QIf-NE[      
a.4  ]MI2  
          
b.1    ][••]-TA-NE[      
b.2    2  
b.3-4vacant       

b.1 or: ][•]-*34-TA-NE[


HT 136, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 232-233)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
a.1   ]vest.[     
a.2  ]OVISf30[  
a.3    ]23[  
   infra mutila       
          
          
b.1    ]24[  
b.2-3vacant       
   infra mutila       

a.1 or: ]A-[


HT 137, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 234-235)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1   ]vest.[     
.2]TA2GRA[ ]3[  
.2  OLE+MI {*622}6[  
.2  ]  OLE2  
.4]vacat       
   infra mutila       


HT 139, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 234-235)
Schoep 2002, type Ia (mixed commodities)
HT Scribe 5
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1    ]-PU-MA-KU[      
.2  ]GRA[ ]1  
.2  OLE  J
.3    ]KA-RA2[      
   infra mutila       


HT 140, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 236-237)
Schoep 2002, type II (specialized commodities)
HT Scribe 8

This is a complex tablet. JY first gives it as GORILA does.
side.linestatement logogramnumberfraction
.1U-*34-SI
.1*86-SI-NI •1[
.1-2JE-DI• OLE+KI {*618}1J
.2
.2U-*34-SI [•]
.2*86-SI-*118-KA3
.3KA[
.3]MA[
.3]KA[
.3]4
.4OLE+U {*610}3
.4KA1
.4OLE+U {*610}1
.5]KA1
.5OLE+U {*610}2
.5KA-PAJ[
.6 []OLE+U {*610}6J
.7-8]vacant

JY notes
From lines 3 on, it is obvious that OLE+U and KA alternate, creating two logogram columns
.1: SI-NI recurs once, ]SI-NI-[ on THE Zb 1. Final -NI recurs often enough that it need not be the logogram FIC. Finally, 1[ is a much neater stroke than any of the other preserved units, and it is not apparent what it is counting, unless it be personnel understood, which is likely given that KA is (always?) associated with personnel.
.2: from the transaction stroke after the fraction, the tablet apparently starts a new section. JY does not see any part of *86 and SI is about 2/3 missing. From the number of words that end in -*118 (A-SI-*118 on KH 98.2; DA-SI-*118 on HT 13.5, HT 85a.3-4, & HT 99b.1; I-QA-*118 on HT 44a.1 & HT 131a.2-3; QA-*118 (KH 10.3); QIf-*118 on KH 88.1-2, ZA 5a.1, & ZA 14.1; ZU-*301-SE-DE-QIf-*118 on ARKH 2.3-4) it is tempting to separate [•]-SI-*118 from KA and to associate KA with 3; there is no word-separator before KA, but there is no word-separator before any of the other occurrences of KA on this tablet either. Separating KA would make U-*34-SI [•]-SI here parallel with U-*34-SI *86-SI-NI on line 1.
.3: MA should be a very careless KA; a short blank area (vacat) at the end of the line
.4: a larger blank area (vacat) at the end of the line
.5: in the photograph KA-PA is not convincing, but another option, like KA 1 J makes no sense since KA otherwise is always associated with whole numbers.
.6: just before the final OLE+U a short stroke, 1

JY gives his reading of this tablet.

side.linestatement logogramnumberfractionKAnumber
.1U-*34-SI *86-SI-NI • 1[
.1-2JE-DI• OLE+KI {*618}1J •
 
.2U-*34-SI • [•]-SI-*118KA3
.3KA1
.3KA1
.3KA[   ]
.3KA]4vacat
 
.4OLE+U {*610}3KA1
.4-.5OLE+U {*610}1vacat
 
.5]KA1
.5OLE+U {*610}2
 
.5KA-PAJ[
.6 []1
.6OLE+U {*610}6J
.7-8vacant

if *86-SI-*118-KA in line 2 governs an unexpressed KA entry at the end of the line, it is possible that *86-SI-NI in line 1 also governs an unexpressed KA entry of 1
.5: KA-PA is a transaction term; it may total the OLE+U at 6 J, the sum of lines 4-5


HT 141, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 238-239)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
.1    ]1  
.1A-RI-[      
.2    ]RU-DI-[      
   infra mutila       


HT 142, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 238-239)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
.1   ]vest.[     
.2   ]vest.[     
.3   ]vest.[     
   infra mutila       


HT 144, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 238-239)
HT Scribe 5?
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  ] • O[ ]    
.2   ]vest.[     
   infra mutila       


HT 146, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 240-241)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
.1vacat       
.2  ]QE[]30  
.3RI-*305  30  
.3  MA30  
.4RI-KA-TA  30  


HT 147, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 240-241)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1   ]vest.[     
.2  ]RA  H
.3      ]J
.4  ]FIC[    
   infra mutila       


HT 154, page tablet (HM 1370) (GORILA I: 242-243)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  I+[?] {*516} •    
.1TI-[    
.1    ]100  
.2    ]7[  
.2    ]40[  
.3KI[      
.4-5desunt      


HT 154A, page tablet (HM 1322) (GORILA I: 242-243)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1    ]TU-ME-PA-JA[      
.2  ]OLIV[    
.2  ]GRA[    
.3   ]vest.[     
.4  ]KU6[  
.4  ]TA6  


HT 154B, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 244-245)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
.1  ] • GRA    
.2] vacat       

the tablet has been cut approximately in half, with only the top 1 or 2 lines written (line 2 may have had a number)


HT 154C, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 244-245)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
.1    ]NA-[      
.2    ]2J[

.1 probably: ]NA-MI[
.2 or: ]2 J E I or SE[


HT 154E, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 244-245)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
a.  ]FIC14[  
a.    ]3E


HT 154G, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 246-247)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
a.    ]6J[


HT 154J, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 246-247)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
a.1   ]vest.[     
a.2    ]NU-TE[      
   infra mutila       
          
          
   supra mutila       
b.1   ]vest.[     
   infra mutila       

a.2 or: ]NU-RE[ or: ]NU-I[


HT 154K, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 248-249)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
.1   ]vest.[     
.2    ]2  
   infra mutila       


HT 154L, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 248-249)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
a.    ]2[  
.1vacat       


HT 154M, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 250-251)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
.1   ]vest.[     
.1vacat       


HT 154N, page tablet (HM -) (GORILA I: 250-251)
side.linestatementlogogramnumberfraction
   supra mutila       
.1  ]SI[    
.2  SI[    
.2    ]6  
.3   ]vest.[     
   infra mutila       


HT W 231A, rectangular clay plaque (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 149)

*122 OLIV


HT W 231B, rectangular clay plaque (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 149)

*188


HT W 231C, rectangular clay plaque (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 149)

]•[


HT W 231D-F, rectangular clay plaque (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 149)

mark but not Linear A


HT Wa 1001 (HM 442.60) (GORILA II: 4)
HT Wa Scribe 50

DA-KA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1002 (HMs 445.1) (GORILA II: 4)
HT Wa Scribe 50

DA-KA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1003 (HMs 445.2) (GORILA II: 4)
HT Wa Scribe 50

DA-KA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1004 (HMs 445.3) (GORILA II: 4)
HT Wa Scribe 50

DA-KA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1005 (HMs 445.4) (GORILA II: 4)
HT Wa Scribe 51

DA-KA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1006 (HMs 444.1) (GORILA II: 4)
HT Wa Scribe 52

I-RA2
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1007 (HMs 444.2) (GORILA II: 5)

I-RA2
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1008 (HMs 444.3) (GORILA II: 5)
HT Wa Scribe 53

I-RA2
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1009 (HMs 444.4) (GORILA II: 5)
HT Wa Scribe 53

I-RA2
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1010 (HMs 444.5) (GORILA II: 5)
HT Wa Scribe 53

I-RA2
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1011 (HMs 444.6) (GORILA II: 5)
HT Wa Scribe 52

I-RA2
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1012 (HMs 444.7) (GORILA II: 5)
HT Wa Scribe 52

I-RA2
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1013 (HMs 486.3) (GORILA II: 5)
HT Wa Scribe 53

I-RA2
b: seal impression: AT 122 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right: 2 women salute right)


HT Wa 1014 (Pigorini 71954) (GORILA II: 6 "Pigorini 5")
HT Wa Scribe 54

SI-KA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1015 (HMs 446.1) (GORILA II: 6)
HT Wa Scribe 54

SI-KA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1016 (HMs 446.2) (GORILA II: 6)

SI-KA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1017 (HMs 446.3) (GORILA II: 6)
HT Wa Scribe 51?

SI-KA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1018 (HMs 557.1) (GORILA II: 6)
HT Wa Scribe 54

SI-KA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT We 1019 (HMs 570.1) (GORILA II: 7)

a: PA-TA-NE
g: SI-TU
b: seal impression: AT 93 (= CMS II, 6 no. 122: 3? waterbirds)


HT We 1020 (HMs 575.1) (GORILA II: 7)

a: *304+PA {*629} KU-PA
b: E supra sigillum: AT 37 (= CMS II, 6 no. 80: dog right)
g: JE-TA-NA

Valério: a. probably *304+PA {*629} (HT 100.1, We 3016, Wc 3017, We 3020 etc.) and KU-PA (transaction term?)


HT We 1021 (HMs 1347) (GORILA II: 7)

a: *188-DU •
b: J E supra sigillum: AT 107 (= CMS II, 6 no. 98: Tawerat right)

g: SI+SE {*529} RA+KA {*541}


HT Wa <1021bis> (HMs ?) (GORILA II: 7 [drawing])

*304+PA {*629} *303+D {*624} 3
seal impressions: AT 20, 47, 112 (= CMS II, 6 nos. -, - 21: archer left)


HT Wa 1022 (HMs 447.1) (GORILA II: 8)
HT Wa Scribe 55

I+*301 {*520}
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT We 1023 (HMs 569.1) (GORILA II: 8)
HT Wa Scribe 56

b: E supra sigillum: AT 93 (= CMS II, 6 no. 122: 3 waterbirds?)


HT We 1024 (HMs 610.1) (GORILA II: 8)

b: E supra sigillum: AT 156 (not in CMS II, 6), but probably CMS II 6.110 (bird flies right)


HT Wa 1025 (HMs 435.118) (GORILA II: 9)
HT Wa Scribe 57

a+g: J *301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1026 (HMs 474.14) (GORILA II: 9)

a+g: E *301
b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)


HT Wa 1027 (HMs 465.24) (GORILA II: 9)

a+g: SI-KA or KA-SI
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1028 (HMs 465.29) (GORILA II: 9)

a+g: SI-KA or KA-SI
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1029 (HMs 470.16) (GORILA II: 9)

a+g: *301-*301
b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)


HT Wa 1030 (HMs Ab) (GORILA II: 9)
HT Wa Scribe 58

a+g: *301-*301


HT Wa 1031 (HMs 1715 [Bf]) (GORILA II: 10)

DA


HT Wa 1032-1033 (HMs 441.1-2) (GORILA II: 10)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1034 (HMs 441.3) (GORILA II: 10)
HT Wa Scribe 34

RO
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1035-1040 (HMs 441.4-9) (GORILA II: 10)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1041 (HMs 441.1-10) (GORILA II: 10)
HT Wa Scribe 60

RO
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1042-1043 (HMs 441.11-12) (GORILA II: 10)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1044 (HMs 441.13) (GORILA II: 11)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1045 (HMs 441.14) (GORILA II: 11)
HT Wa Scribe 59

RO
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1046 (HMs 441.15) (GORILA II: 11)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1047 (HMs 441.16) (GORILA II: 11)
HT Wa Scribe 61

RO
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1048 (HMs 441.17) (GORILA II: 11)
HT Wa Scribe 62

RO
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1049 (HMs 441.18) (GORILA II: 11)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1050-1053 (HMs 441.19-22) (GORILA II: 11)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1054 (HMs 441.23) (GORILA II: 11)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1055-1058 (HMs 441.24-27) (GORILA II: 11)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1059 (HMs 441.28: bird-woman) (GORILA II: 12)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1060 (HMs 442.49) (GORILA II: 12)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1061 (HMs 442.58) (GORILA II: 12)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1062 (HMs 443.107) (GORILA II: 12)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1063-1069 (HMs 454.1-7) (GORILA II: 12)

RO
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1070-1072 (HMs 454.8-10) (GORILA II: 12)

RO
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1073 (HMs 454.11) (GORILA II: 12)

RO
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1074-1078 (HMs 454.12-454.16) (GORILA II: 13)

RO
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 105: displayed wings-tail [Zakros Master])


HT Wa 1079-1085 (HMs 454.22-454.28: bird-woman) (GORILA II: 13)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 105: displayed wings-tail [Zakros Master])


HT Wa 1086 (Florence 2) (GORILA II: 13)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)


HT Wa 1087-1088 (HMs 457.1-2) (GORILA II: 13)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)


HT Wa 1089-1093 (HMs 457.3-7) (GORILA II: 14)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)


HT Wa 1094 (Florence 7) (GORILA II: 14)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1095-1103 (HMs 466.1-9) (GORILA II: 14)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1104-1106 (HMs 466.10-12) (GORILA II: 15)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1107 (HMs 467.12) (GORILA II: 15)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1108 (Pigorini 69612) (GORILA II: 15 "Pigorini 20")

RO
face: seal impression: AT 34 (= CMS II, 6 no. 140: 3 shells)


HT Wa 1109 (HMs 486.1) (GORILA II: 15)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 122 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)


HT Wa 1110 (Pigorini 72460) (GORILA II: 15 "Pigorini 23")

RO
b: seal impression: AT 6 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)


HT Wa 1111-1112 (HMs 494.1-2) (GORILA II: 15)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 122 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)


HT Wa 1113 (HMs 531.1) (GORILA II: 15)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 36 (= CMS II, 6 no. 83: lion stands left, regardant)


HT Wa 1114 (HMs 535.1) (GORILA II: 15)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 123 (= CMS II, 6 no. 26: woman carries yoke & dress)


HT Wa 1115 (HMs 559.1) (GORILA II: 15)

RO
face: seal impression: AT 65 (= CMS II, 6 no. 63: agrimi runs left)


HT Wa 1116 (HMs 603.1) (GORILA II: 15)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 123 (= CMS II, 6 no. 26: woman carries yoke & dress)


HT Wa 1117 (HMs 1660 [T31.1]) (GORILA II: 15)

RO
face: seal impression: AT 76 (= CMS II, 6 no. 68: bull runs right, head up)


HT Wa 1118 (HMs 1668 [T76.1]) (GORILA II: 15)

RO
face: seal impression: AT 76 (= CMS II, 6 no. 68: bull runs right, head up)


HT Wa 1119 (HMs Ae) (GORILA II: 16)

RO


HT Wa 1120 (HMs Af) (GORILA II: 16)

RO


HT Wa 1121 (HMs Ag) (GORILA II: 16)

RO


HT Wa 1122 (HMs 440.1) (GORILA II:16)
HT Wa Scribe 55

TE
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1123 (HMs 440.2) (GORILA II:16)
HT Wa Scribe 56

TE
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1124 (HMs 440.3) (GORILA II:16)

TE
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1125 (Florence 1 ) (GORILA II:16)
HT Wa Scribe 57

TE
b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)


HT Wa 1126-1129 (HMs 458.1-4) (GORILA II:16)

TE
b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)


HT Wa 1130 (HMs 479.1) (GORILA II:16)
HT Wa Scribe 58

TE
face: seal impression: AT 34 (= CMS II, 6 no. 141: 3 shells)


HT Wa 1131 (HMs 479.2) (GORILA II:17)

TE
face: seal impression: AT 34 (= CMS II, 6 no. 141: 3 shells)


HT Wa 1132-1133 (HMs 479.3-4) (GORILA II:17)

TE
b: seal impression: AT 34 (= CMS II, 6 no. 141: 3 shells)


HT Wa 1134 (HMs 479.5) (GORILA II:17)
HT Wa Scribe 59

TE
b: seal impression: AT 34 (= CMS II, 6 no. 141: 3 shells)


HT Wa 1135-1137 (HMs 479.6-8) (GORILA II:17)

TE
b: seal impression: AT 34 (= CMS II, 6 no. 141: 3 shells)


HT Wa 1138 (HMs 513.1) (GORILA II:17)

TE
b: seal impression: AT 18 (= CMS II, 6 no. 113: bird flies left)


HT Wa 1139 (HMs 514.1) (GORILA II:17)

TE
b: seal impression: AT 18 (= CMS II, 6 no. 113: bird flies left)


HT Wa 1140 (HMs 518.1) (GORILA II:17)

TE
face: seal impression: AT 83 (= CMS II, 6 no. 86: lion stands left, regardant)


HT Wa 1141 (HMs 522.1) (GORILA II:17)
HT Wa Scribe 60

TE
b: seal impression: AT 139 (= CMS II, 6 no. 6: woman at shrine; small female above)


HT Wa 1142 (HMs 578.1) (GORILA II:17)

TE
face: seal impression: AT 121 (= CMS II, 6 no. 27: woman)


HT Wa 1143 (HMs 1663 [T64.1]) (GORILA II:17)

TE
b: seal impression: AT 64 (= CMS II, 6 no. 64: bull runs left)


HT Wa 1144 (HMs 1653 [T115.1]) (GORILA II:17)

TE
b: seal impression: AT 115 (= CMS II, 6 no. 16: duel)


HT Wa 1145 (HMs 1661 [T130.1]) (GORILA II:17)
HT Wa Scribe 59

TE
b: seal impression: AT 130 (= CMS II, 6 no. 32: boar head in front of seated woman)


HT Wa 1146 (HMs Ar) (GORILA II: 17)

TE
b: seal impression (Hallager): AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins addorsed; CMS, however, does not list this sealing)


HT Wa 1147 (HMs 492.1) (GORILA II: 18)
HT Wa Scribe 61

A
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 142: Talismanic "fly")


HT Wa 1148 (HMs 588.1) (GORILA II: 18)
HT Wa Scribe 62

A
b: seal impression: AT 88 (= CMS II, 6 no. 54: bull right, head lowered between the forelegs en face)


HT Wa 1149 (HMs Aq) (GORILA II: 18)

A


HT Wa 1150 (Pigorini 71950) (GORILA II: 18 "Pigorini 19")
HT Wa Scribe 63

I
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1151-1153 (HMs 443.87-90) (GORILA II: 18)
HT Wa Scribe 63

I
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1154 (HMs 443.90) (GORILA II: 18)
HT Wa Scribe 64

I
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1155 (HMs 443.91) (GORILA II: 18)
HT Wa Scribe 63

I
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1156-1169 (HMs 443.92-104) (GORILA II: 19)
HT Wa Scribe 63

I
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1170 (HMs 467.1) (GORILA II: 19)
HT Wa Scribe 65

I
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1171-1172 (HMs 467.2-3) (GORILA II: 20)
HT Wa Scribe 65

I
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1173 (HMs 529.2) (GORILA II: 20)
HT Wa Scribe 66

I
b: seal impression: AT 8 (= CMS II, 6 no. 92: cl: bull face, dog head, lion head, bull head)


HT Wa 1174 (HMs 574.1) (GORILA II: 20)
HT Wa Scribe 67

I
b: seal impression: AT 53 (= CMS II, 6 no. 38: bull runs left, head up, "pica" in back)


HT Wa 1175 (HMs 442.59) (GORILA II: 20)
HT Wa Scribe 68

SI
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1176 (Pigorini 71950) (GORILA II: 20 "Pigorini 16")
HT Wa Scribe 68

SI
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1177-1180 (HMs 443.1-4) (GORILA II: 20)
HT Wa Scribe 68

SI
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1181-1191 (HMs 443.5-15) (GORILA II: 21)
HT Wa Scribe 68

SI
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1192 (HMs 443.16) (GORILA II: 21)

SI
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt &man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1193-1195 (HMs 443.17-19) (GORILA II: 21)
HT Wa Scribe 68

SI
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1196-1210 (HMs 443.20-34) (GORILA II: 22)
HT Wa Scribe 68

SI
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1211-1215 (HMs 443.35-39) (GORILA II: 23)
HT Wa Scribe 68

SI
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1216 (HMs 443.40) (GORILA II: 23)

SI
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1217-1218 (HMs 443.41-42) (GORILA II: 23)
HT Wa Scribe 68

SI
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1219 (HMs 443.43) (GORILA II: 23)

SI
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1220-1223 (HMs 443.44-47) (GORILA II: 23)
HT Wa Scribe 68

SI
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1224 (HMs 452.28) (GORILA II: 23)

SI
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1225 (HMs 452.29) (GORILA II: 23)
HT Wa Scribe 68

SI
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1226-1231 (HMs 452.30-35) (GORILA II: 23)

SI
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffinstête-bêche)


HT Wa 1232-1235 (HMs 452.36-39) (GORILA II: 24)

SI
b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1236-1237 (HMs 453.26-27) (GORILA II: 24)

SI


HT Wa 1238 (HMs 454.17) (GORILA II: 24)

SI
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1239-1240 (HMs 455.1-2) (GORILA II: 24)
HT Wa Scribe 69

SI
b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)


HT Wa 1241-1250 (HMs 455.3-12) (GORILA II: 25)
HT Wa Scribe 69

SI
b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)


HT Wa 1251 (HMs 465.30) (GORILA II: 25)

SI
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1252-1253 (HMs 467.4-5) (GORILA II: 25)

SI
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1254-1255 (HMs 475.1-2) (GORILA II: 25)
HT Wa Scribe 70

SI
face: seal impression: AT 32 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right2)


HT Wa 1256-1257 (HMs 475.3-4) (GORILA II: 26)
HT Wa Scribe 70

SI
face: seal impression: AT 32 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)


HT Wa 1258 (HMs 475.5) (GORILA II: 26)

SI
face: seal impression: AT 32 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)


HT Wa 1259 (HMs 486.4) (GORILA II: 26)

SI
b: seal impression: AT 122 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)


HT Wa 1260 (HMs 543.1) (GORILA II: 26)

SI
b: seal impression: AT 63 (= CMS II, 6 no. 45: bull walks left)


HT Wa 1261 (HMs 1684) (GORILA II: 26)

SI
b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)


HT Wa 1262-1264 (HMs Ak-Am) (GORILA II: 26)

SI


HT Wa 1265-1266 (HMs 1711, 1716 [Bd-e]) (GORILA II: 26)

SI


HT Wa 1267 (HMs 443.106) (GORILA II: 27)
HT Wa Scribe 71

TA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1268 (HMs 448.1) (GORILA II: 27)
HT Wa Scribe 71

TA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1269 (HMs 448.2) (GORILA II: 27)

TA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1270 (HMs 448.3) (GORILA II: 27)
HT Wa Scribe 72

TA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1271-1277 (HMs 448.4-10) (GORILA II: 27)
HT Wa Scribe 71

TA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1278 (HMs 520.1) (GORILA II: 27)
HT Wa Scribe 73

TA
b: seal impression: AT 43 (= CMS II, 6 no. 87: lion right, regardant)


HT Wa 1279 (Florence 8) (GORILA II: 28)
HT Wa Scribe 74

O
b: seal impression: AT 43 (= CMS II, 6 no. 87: lion right, regardant)


HT Wa 1280 (HMs 582.1) (GORILA II: 28)
HT Wa Scribe 75

O
b: seal impression: AT 43 (= CMS II, 6 no. 87: lion right, regardant)


HT Wa 1281 (HMs 582.2) (GORILA II: 28)
HT Wa Scribe 74

O
b: seal impression: AT 43 (= CMS II, 6 no. 87: lion right, regardant)


HT Wa 1282 (HMs 435.120) (GORILA II: 28)

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1283 (Pigorini 71977) (GORILA II: 28 "Pigorini 4")

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1284-1290 (HMs 436.1-7) (GORILA II: 28)
HT Wa Scribe 76

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1291 (HMs 436.8) (GORILA II: 28)
HT Wa Scribe 79

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1292 (HMs 437.1) (GORILA II: 28)
HT Wa Scribe 79

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1293 (HMs 438.1) (GORILA II: 28)
HT Wa Scribe 78

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1294 (Pigorini 71953) (GORILA II: 29 "Pigorini 1")
HT Wa Scribe 80

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1295 (HMs 450.1) (GORILA II: 29)
HT Wa Scribe 81

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1296 (HMs 450.2) (GORILA II: 29)
HT Wa Scribe 80

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1297-1298 (HMs 450.3-4) (GORILA II: 29)
HT Wa Scribe 81

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1299 (HMs 450.5) (GORILA II: 29)

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1300 (HMs 451.1) (GORILA II: 29)

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1301 (Pigorini 71972) (GORILA II: 29 "Pigorini 3")

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)


HT Wa 1302-1303 (HMs 464.20-21) (GORILA II: 29)
HT Wa Scribe 82

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)


HT Wa 1304 (HMs 464.22) (GORILA II: 29)

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)


HT Wa 1305 (HMs 468.1) (GORILA II: 29)

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1306 (HMs 471.1) (GORILA II: 29)

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)


HT Wa 1307 (HMs 471.2) (GORILA II: 29)
HT Wa Scribe 83

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)


HT Wa 1308 (HMs 471.3) (GORILA II: 29)
HT Wa Scribe 76

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)


HT Wa 1309 (HMs 471.4) (GORILA II: 30)
HT Wa Scribe 83

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)


HT Wa 1310 (HMs 472.3) (GORILA II: 30)
HT Wa Scribe 77

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)


HT Wa 1311-1312 (HMs 473.1-2) (GORILA II: 30)

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)


HT Wa 1313 (HMs 474.24) (GORILA II: 30)
HT Wa Scribe 77

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish


HT Wa 1314 (HMs 474.25) (GORILA II: 30)

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish


HT Wa 1315 (HMs 491.1) (GORILA II: 30)

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 103 (= CMS II, 6 no. 107: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1316 (HMs 505.1) (GORILA II: 30)

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 140 (= CMS II, 6 no. 1: woman flanked by two girls at shrine)


HT Wa 1317 (HMs 509.1) (GORILA II: 30)

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 73 (= CMS II, 6 no. 60: Cut-style: caprid left, spear in back)


HT Wa 1318 (HMs 536.1) (GORILA II: 30)

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 119 (= CMS II, 6 no. 23: woman right)


HT Wa 1319 (HMs 540.1) (GORILA II: 30)

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 68 (= CMS II, 6 no. 67: stag runs left, regardant)


HT Wa 1320 (HMs 609.1) (GORILA II: 30)

ZE
b: seal impression: AT 119 (= CMS II, 6 no. 23: woman right)


HT Wa 1321 (HMs Bh) (GORILA II: 30)

ZE


For the following nodules HT Wa 1322-1470, all of which list KA, see the discussion on the homepage, s.v. "KA"; most of these listings of KA may be listed in groups as VIR+KA on HT 11 and apportioned on other HT tablets.

HT Wa 1322 (Florence 9) (GORILA II: 31)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 147 (= CMS II, 6 no. 66: caprid/dog left, regardant)


HT Wa 1323 (Florence 5) (GORILA II: 31)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1324-1336 (HMs 442.1-13) (GORILA II: 31)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1337-1351 (HMs 442.14-28) (GORILA II: 32)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1352-1366 (HMs 442.29-43) (GORILA II: 33)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1367-1371 (HMs 442.44-48) (GORILA II: 34)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1372-1379 (HMs 442.50-57) (GORILA II: 34)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1380 (HMs 452.40) (GORILA II: 34)

KA
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1381 (HMs 453.1) (GORILA II: 34)

KA
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1382-1396 (HMs 453.2-16) (GORILA II: 35)

KA
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1397-1399 (HMs 453.17-19) (GORILA II: 36)

KA
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1400-1405 (HMs 453.20-25) (GORILA II: 36)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1406 (HMs 454.19) (GORILA II: 36)

KA
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1407 (Pigorini 71963) (GORILA II: 36 "Pigorini 1")

KA
b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)


HT Wa 1408 (Pigorini 71962) (GORILA II: 36 "Pigorini 10")

KA
b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1409-1411 (HMs 456.1-3) (GORILA II: 36)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1412-1417 (HMs 456.4-9) (GORILA II: 37)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1418-1420 (HMs 460.1-3) (GORILA II: 37)

KA
face: seal impression: AT 116 (= CMS II, 6 no. 18: Talismanic: 2 men wearing figure-8 shields)


HT Wa 1421 (HMs 460.4) (GORILA II: 37)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 116 (= CMS II, 6 no. 18: Talismanic: 2 men wearing figure-8 shields)


HT Wa 1422 (HMs 463.1) (GORILA II: 37)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 117 (waterbird stands left)


HT Wa 1423-1426 (HMs 465.1-4) (GORILA II: 37)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1427-1441 (HMs 465.5-19) (GORILA II: 38)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1442-1445 (HMs 465.20-23) (GORILA II: 39)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1446-1449 (HMs 465.25-28) (GORILA II: 39)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1450 (HMs 472.1) (GORILA II: 39)

KA
face: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)


HT Wa 1451 (HMs 472.2) (GORILA II: 39)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)


HT Wa 1452-1455 (HMs 476.1-4) (GORILA II: 39)

KA
face: seal impression: AT 32 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right2)


HT Wa 1456 (HMs 481.1) (GORILA II: 39)

KA
face: seal impression: AT 34 (= CMS II, 6 no. 141: 3 shells)


HT Wa 1457-1458 (HMs 481.2-3) (GORILA II: 40)

KA
face: seal impression: AT 34 (= CMS II, 6 no. 141: 3 shells)


HT Wa 1459-1461 (HMs 482.1-3) (GORILA II: 40)

KA
face: seal impression: AT 78 (= CMS II, 6 no. 50: "Netted Bull": bull right, head down averted, "pica" in skull)


HT Wa 1462 (HMs 489.2) (GORILA II: 40)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 122 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)


HT Wa 1463 (HMs 524.1) (GORILA II: 40)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 5 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right5)


HT Wa 1464 (HMs 529.1) (GORILA II: 40)

KA
b: seal impression: AT 8 (= CMS II, 6 no. 92: cl: bull face, dog head, lion head, bull head)


HT Wa 1465 (HMs 562.1) (GORILA II: 40)

KA
face: seal impression: AT 65 (= CMS II, 6 no. 63: agrimi runs left)


HT Wa 1466 (HMs 593.1) (GORILA II: 40)

KA
face: seal impression: AT 116 (= CMS II, 6 no. 18: Talismanic: 2 men wearing figure-8 shields)


HT Wa 1467-1469 (HMs An-Ap) (GORILA II: 40)

KA


HT Wa 1470 (HMs 1714 [Bi]) (GORILA II: 40)

KA


HT Wa 1471 (Florence 6) (GORILA II: 41)
HT Wa Scribe 84

KU
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1472 (Pigorini 71951) (GORILA II: 41 "Pigorini 13")
HT Wa Scribe 84

KU
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1473-1480 (HMs 443.48-55) (GORILA II: 41)
HT Wa Scribe 84

KU
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1481-1482 (HMs 443.56-57) (GORILA II: 41)
HT Wa Scribe 85

KU
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1483-1485 (HMs 443.58-60) (GORILA II: 41)
HT Wa Scribe 84

KU
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1486-1500 (HMs 443.61-75) (GORILA II: 42)
HT Wa Scribe 84

KU
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1501-1510 (HMs 443.76-85) (GORILA II: 43)
HT Wa Scribe 84

KU
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1511 (HMs 443.86) (GORILA II: 43)

KU
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1512 (Pigorini 71967) (GORILA II: 43 "Pigorini 9")
HT Wa Scribe 86

KU
b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1513-1515 (HMs 452.1-3) (GORILA II: 43)
HT Wa Scribe 87

KU
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1516-1525 (HMs 452.4-13) (GORILA II: 44)
HT Wa Scribe 87

KU
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1526-1527 (HMs 452.14-15) (GORILA II: 44)
HT Wa Scribe 88

KU
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1528 (HMs 452.16) (GORILA II: 44)
HT Wa Scribe 87

KU
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffinstête-bêche)


HT Wa 1529 (HMs 452.17) (GORILA II: 44)

KU
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1530 (HMs 452.18) (GORILA II: 44)
HT Wa Scribe 84

KU
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1531 (HMs 452.19) (GORILA II: 45)

KU
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1532 (HMs 452.20) (GORILA II: 45)
HT Wa Scribe 88?

KU
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1533-1537 (HMs 452.21-25) (GORILA II: 45)
HT Wa Scribe 85

KU
b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1538-1539 (HMs 452.26-27) (GORILA II: 45)

KU
b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1540 (HMs 452.41) (GORILA II: 45)
HT Wa Scribe 87

KU
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1541 (HMs 454.20) (GORILA II: 45)

KU
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1542 (Pigorini 71961) (GORILA II: 45 "Pigorini 22")
HT Wa Scribe 87

KU
b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)


HT Wa 1543-1545 (HMs 455.13-15) (GORILA II: 45)
HT Wa Scribe 84

KU
b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)


HT Wa 1546 (HMs 455.16) (GORILA II: 46)
HT Wa Scribe 84

KU
b: seal impression: AT 79 (= CMS II, 6 no. 70: 2 stags in flying gallop)


HT Wa 1547 (Pigorini 71976) (GORILA II: 46 "Pigorini 17")
HT Wa Scribe 89

KU
face: seal impression: AT 116 (= CMS II, 6 no. 18: Talismanic: 2 men wearing figure-8 shields)


HT Wa 1548-1555 (HMs 459.1-8) (GORILA II: 46)
HT Wa Scribe 89

KU
face: seal impression: AT 116 (= CMS II, 6 no. 18: Talismanic: 2 men wearing figure-8 shields)


HT Wa 1556 (HMs 459.9) (GORILA II: 46)

KU
face: seal impression: AT 116 (= CMS II, 6 no. 18: Talismanic: 2 men wearing figure-8 shields)


HT Wa 1557 (Florence 8) (GORILA II: 46)
HT Wa Scribe 90

KU
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1558 (Florence 4) (GORILA II: 46)
HT Wa Scribe 90

KU
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1559 (Pigorini 71964) (GORILA II: 46 "Pigorini 2")
HT Wa Scribe 86

KU
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 117 (waterbird stands left)


HT Wa 1560 (Pigorini 71966) (GORILA II: 46 "Pigorini 18")
HT Wa Scribe 86

KU
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 117 (waterbird stands left)


HT Wa 1561 (Pigorini 71965) (GORILA II: 47 "Pigorini 21")
HT Wa Scribe 90

KU
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 117 (waterbird stands left)


HT Wa 1562-1565 (HMs 461.1-4) (GORILA II: 48)
HT Wa Scribe 90

KU
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 117 (waterbird stands left)


HT Wa 1566 (HMs 461.5) (GORILA II: 48)

KU
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 117 (waterbird stands left)


HT Wa 1567-1575 (HMs 461.6-14) (GORILA II: 48)
HT Wa Scribe 90

KU
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 117 (waterbird stands left)


HT Wa 1576-1578 (HMs 461.15-17) (GORILA II: 48)
HT Wa Scribe 90

KU
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 117 (waterbird stands left)


HT Wa 1579-1580 (HMs 461.18-19) (GORILA II: 48)
HT Wa Scribe 91

KU
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 117 (waterbird stands left)


HT Wa 1581 (HMs 461.20) (GORILA II: 48)
HT Wa Scribe 84

KU
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 117 (waterbird stands left)


HT Wa 1582 (HMs 461.21) (GORILA II: 48)
HT Wa Scribe 91
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 117 (waterbird stands left)


HT Wa 1583-1585 (HMs 461.22-24) (GORILA II: 48)

KU
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 117 (waterbird stands left)


HT Wa 1586-1590 (HMs 462.1-5) (GORILA II: 49)
HT Wa Scribe 92

KU
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 117 (waterbird stands left)


HT Wa 1591 (HMs 462.6) (GORILA II: 49)
HT Wa Scribe 92

KU
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 117 (waterbird stands left)


HT Wa 1592 (HMs 463.2) (GORILA II: 49)
HT Wa Scribe 93

KU
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 117 (waterbird stands left)


HT Wa 1593 (Pigorini 71973) (GORILA II: 49 "Pigorini 6")
HT Wa Scribe 93

KU
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1594-1595 (HMs 467.6-7) (GORILA II: 49)
HT Wa Scribe 93

KU
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1596-1599 (HMs 467.8-11) (GORILA II: 49)

KU
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1600 (HMs 469.1) (GORILA II: 49)
HT Wa Scribe 94

KU
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1601-1604 (HMs 475.6-9) (GORILA II: 49)
HT Wa Scribe 89

KU
face: seal impression: AT 32 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)


HT Wa 1605 (HMs 486.2) (GORILA II: 49)
HT Wa Scribe 93

KU
b: seal impression: AT 122 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)


HT Wa 1606 (HMs 489.1) (GORILA II: 50)

KU
b: seal impression: AT 122 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)


HT Wa 1607 (HMs 495.1) (GORILA II: 50)

KU
face: seal impression: AT 27 (= CMS II, 6 no. 116: 2 waterbirds antithetic)


HT Wa 1608 (HMs 496.1) (GORILA II: 50)
HT Wa Scribe 93
face: seal impression: AT 27 (= CMS II, 6 no. 116: 2 waterbirds antithetic)


HT Wa 1609 (HMs 515.2) (GORILA II: 50)

KU
b: seal impression: AT 63 (= CMS II, 6 no. 45: bull walks left)


HT Wa 1610 (HMs 527.1) (GORILA II: 50)

KU
b: seal impression: AT 8 (= CMS II, 6 no. 92: cl: bull face, dog head, lion head, bull head)


HT Wa 1611 (HMs 528.1) (GORILA II: 50)

KU
b: seal impression: AT 8 (= CMS II, 6 no. 92: cl: bull face, dog head, lion head, bull head)


HT Wa 1612 (HMs 538.1) (GORILA II: 50)

KU
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1613 (HMs 541.1) (GORILA II: 50)

KU
b: seal impression: AT 66 (= CMS II, 6 no. 53: bull left, regardant)


HT Wa 1614 (HMs 579.1) (GORILA II: 50)
HT Wa Scribe 96

KU
b: seal impression: AT 19 (= CMS II, 6 no. 117 (waterbird stands left)


HT Wa 1615 (HMs 594.2) (GORILA II: 50)
HT Wa Scribe 89

KU
face: seal impression: AT 116 (= CMS II, 6 no. 18: Talismanic: 2 men wearing figure-8 shields)


HT Wa 1616 (HMs 601.1) (GORILA II: 50)
HT Wa Scribe 84

KU
b: seal impression: AT 123 (= CMS II, 6 no. 26: woman carries yoke & dress)


HT Wd 1617 (HMs 1673 [T108.1]) (GORILA II: 50)

KU
b: seal impression: AT 108 (= CMS II, 6 no. 39: bull-leaping right)


HT Wa 1618 (HMs Ah) (GORILA II: 50)
HT Wa Scribe 84

KU


HT Wa 1619-1620 (HMs Ai-Aj) (GORILA II: 50)

KU


HT Wa 1621 (HMs 1709 [Bg]) (GORILA II: 51)

KU
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1622 (HMs Bj) (GORILA II: 51)

KU


HT Wa 1623 (Pigorini 71978) (GORILA II: 51 "Pigorini 8")
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 38 (= CMS II, 6 no. 84: lioness left, regardant)


HT Wa 1624-1629 (HMs 435.1-6) (GORILA II: 51)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1630 (HMs 435.7) (GORILA II: 51)
HT Wa Scribe 97

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1631 (HMs 435.8) (GORILA II: 51)
HT Wa Scribe 101

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird fliesright)


HT Wa 1632-1633 (HMs 435.9-10) (GORILA II: 51)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird fliesright)


HT Wa 1634 (HMs 435.11) (GORILA II: 51)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1635-1636 (HMs 435.12-13) (GORILA II: 52)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1637-1639 (HMs 435.12-16) (GORILA II: 52)
HT Wa Scribe 101

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1640 (HMs 435.17) (GORILA II: 52)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1641-1642 (HMs 435.18-19) (GORILA II: 52)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1643-1649 (HMs 435.20-26) (GORILA II: 52)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1650-1651 (HMs 435.27-28) (GORILA II: 53)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1652 (HMs 435.29) (GORILA II: 53)
HT Wa Scribe 101

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird fliesright)


HT Wa 1653 (HMs 435.30) (GORILA II: 53)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1654 (HMs 435.31) (GORILA II: 53)
HT Wa Scribe 97

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1655-1657 (HMs 435.32-34) (GORILA II: 53)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1658 (HMs 435.35) (GORILA II: 53)
HT Wa Scribe 101

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1659-1660 (HMs 435.36-37) (GORILA II: 53)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1661-1662 (HMs 435.38-39) (GORILA II: 53)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wd 1663 (HMs 435.40) (GORILA II: 53)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1664 (HMs 435.41) (GORILA II: 53)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1665 (HMs 435.42) (GORILA II: 54)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1666-1667 (HMs 435.43-44) (GORILA II: 54)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1668 (HMs 435.45) (GORILA II: 54)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1669-1670 (HMs 435.44-47) (GORILA II: 54)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1671 (HMs 435.46) (GORILA II: 54)
HT Wa Scribe 101

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1672-1676 (HMs 435.47-53) (GORILA II: 54)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1677 (HMs 435.54) (GORILA II: 54)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird fliesright)


HT Wa 1678 (HMs 435.55) (GORILA II: 54)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1679 (HMs 435.56) (GORILA II: 54)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1680-1686 (HMs 435.57-63) (GORILA II: 55)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1687-1690 (HMs 435.64-67) (GORILA II: 55)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1691-1694 (HMs 435.68-71) (GORILA II: 55)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird fliesright)


HT Wa 1695-1696 (HMs 435.72-73) (GORILA II: 56)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1697 (HMs 435.74) (GORILA II: 56)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1698 (HMs 435.75) (GORILA II: 56)
HT Wa Scribe 101

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird fliesright)


HT Wa 1699-1707 (HMs 435.76-84) (GORILA II: 56)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1708 (HMs 435.85) (GORILA II: 56)
HT Wa Scribe 100?

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird fliesright)


HT Wa 1709 (HMs 435.86) (GORILA II: 56)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1710 (GORILA II: 57 ["HM 435.87"])
HT Wa Scribe 99

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1711 (GORILA II: 57 [HMs 435.88])
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1712 (GORILA II: 57 [HMs 435.89])
HT Wa Scribe 101

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1713-1718(GORILA II: 57 [HMs 435.90-95])
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1719-1720 (GORILA II: 57 [HMs 435.96-97])

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1721-1722 (GORILA II: 57 [HMs 435.98-99])
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1723 (GORILA II: 57 [HMs 435.100])
HT Wa Scribe 101

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1724 (GORILA II: 57 [HMs 435.101])
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1725-1739 (HMs 435.102-116) (GORILA II: 58)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1740 (HMs 435.117) (GORILA II: 59)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1741 (HMs 435.121) (GORILA II: 59)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1742 (HMs 435.122) (GORILA II: 59)
HT Wa Scribe 103

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1743 (HMs 439) (GORILA II: 59)
HT Wa Scribe 103

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1744 (Pigorini 71955) (GORILA II: 59 "Pigorini 15")
HT Wa Scribe 98

*301
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1745-1748 (HMs 449.1-4) (GORILA II: 59)
HT Wa Scribe 98

*301
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1749 (HMs 449.5) (GORILA II: 59)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1750 (HMs 449.6) (GORILA II: 59)
HT Wa Scribe 97?

*301
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1751 (HMs 449.7) (GORILA II: 59)
HT Wa Scribe 105

*301
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1752-1754 (HMs 449.8-10) (GORILA II: 59)
HT Wa Scribe 98

*301
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1755 (HMs 449.11) (GORILA II: 60)
HT Wa Scribe 98

*301
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1756 (HMs 449.12) (GORILA II: 60)
HT Wa Scribe 98?

*301
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1757 (HMs 449.13) (GORILA II: 60)
HT Wa Scribe 98

*301
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1758 (HMs 454.18) (GORILA II: 60)

*301
face: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1759 (Pigorini 71971) (GORILA II: 60 "Pigorini 7")

*301
b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)


HT Wa 1760-1761 (HMs 464.1-2) (GORILA II: 60)
HT Wa Scribe 104

*301
b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)


HT Wa 1762 (HMs 464.3) (GORILA II: 60)
HT Wa Scribe 101

*301
b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)


HT Wa 1763-1769 (HMs 464.4-10) (GORILA II: 60)
HT Wa Scribe 104

*301
b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)


HT Wa 1770-1773 (HMs 464.11-14) (GORILA II: 61)
HT Wa Scribe 104

*301
b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)


HT Wa 1774-1776 (HMs 464.15-17) (GORILA II: 61)
HT Wa Scribe 101

*301
b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)


HT Wa 1777-1778 (HMs 464.18-19) (GORILA II: 61)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 99 (= CMS II, 6 no. 99: Cut-style griffin left, regardant)


HT Wa 1779 (Pigorini 71974) (GORILA II: 61 "Pigorini 14")
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)


HT Wa 1780-1781 (HMs 470.1-2) (GORILA II: 61)
HT Wa Scribe 100?

*301
b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)


HT Wa 1782-1784 (HMs 470.3-5) (GORILA II: 61)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)


HT Wa 1785-1789 (HMs 470.6-10) (GORILA II: 62)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)


HT Wa 1790 (HMs 470.11) (GORILA II: 62)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)


HT Wa 1791 (HMs 470.12) (GORILA II: 62)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left,regardant)


HT Wa 1792 (HMs 470.13) (GORILA II: 62)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left,regardant)


HT Wa 1793 (HMs 470.14) (GORILA II: 62)
HT Wa Scribe 105

*301
b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)


HT Wa 1794 (HMs 470.15) (GORILA II: 62)
HT Wa Scribe 101

*301
b: seal impression: AT 45 (= CMS II, 6 no. 85: lion runs left, regardant)


HT Wa 1795-1796 (HMs 474.1-2) (GORILA II: 62)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)


HT Wa 1797-1798 (HMs 474.3-4) (GORILA II: 62)
HT Wa Scribe 106

*301
b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)


HT Wa 1799 (HMs 474.5) (GORILA II: 62)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)


HT Wa 1800 (HMs 474.6) (GORILA II: 63)
HT Wa Scribe 106

*301
b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)


HT Wa 1801 (HMs 474.7) (GORILA II: 63)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)


HT Wa 1802-1804 (HMs 474.8-10) (GORILA II: 63)
HT Wa Scribe 106

*301
b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)


HT Wa 1805-1809 (HMs 474.9-13) (GORILA II: 63)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)


HT Wa 1810 (HMs 474.17) (GORILA II: 63)
HT Wa Scribe 104

*301
b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)


HT Wa 1811-1812 (HMs 474.15-16) (GORILA II: 63)
HT Wa Scribe 106

*301
b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)


HT Wa 1813 (HMs 474.20) (GORILA II: 63)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)


HT Wa 1814 (HMs 474.21) (GORILA II: 63)
HT Wa Scribe 106

*301
b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)


HT Wa 1815 (HMs 474.22) (GORILA II: 64)
HT Wa Scribe 106

*301
b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)


HT Wa 1816 (HMs 474.23) (GORILA II: 64)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish)


HT Wa 1817-1818 (HMs 477.1-2) (GORILA II: 64)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression: AT 38 (= CMS II, 6 no. 84: lioness left, regardant)


HT Wa 1819-1820 (HMs 477.3-4) (GORILA II: 64)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 38 (= CMS II, 6 no. 84: lioness left, regardant)


HT Wa 1821-1822 (HMs 487.1-2) (GORILA II: 64)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 136 (= CMS II, 6 no. 3: woman salutes before shrine?)


HT Wa 1823 (HMs 487.3) (GORILA II: 64)
HT Wa Scribe 97

*301
b: seal impression: AT 136 (= CMS II, 6 no. 3: woman salutes before shrine?)


HT Wa 1824-1825 (HMs 488.1-2) (GORILA II: 64)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 102 (= CMS II, 6 no. 106: bird-woman sits on bench)


HT Wa 1826 (HMs 490.1) (GORILA II: 64)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 103 (= CMS II, 6 no. 107: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1827-1829 (HMs 493.1-3) (GORILA II: 64)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 17 (= CMS II, 6 no. 111: "alerion")


HT Wa 1830 (Pigorini 71979) (GORILA II: 65 "Pigorini 12")
HT Wa Scribe 106

*301
b: seal impression: AT 140 (= CMS II, 6 no. 1: woman flanked by two girls at shrine)


HT Wa 1831-1832 (HMs 506.1-2) (GORILA II: 65)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 140 (= CMS II, 6 no. 1: woman flanked by two girls at shrine)


HT Wa 1833 (HMs 510.1) (GORILA II: 65)
HT Wa Scribe 106

*301
b: seal impression: AT 73 (= CMS II, 6 no. 60: Cut-style: caprid left, spear in back)


HT Wa 1834 (HMs 517.1) (GORILA II: 65)
HT Wa Scribe 99

*301
b: seal impression: AT 81 (= CMS II, 6 no. 75: dog right, head under chest)


HT Wa 1835 (HMs 532.1) (GORILA II: 65)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 123 (= CMS II, 6 no. 26: woman carries yoke & dress)


HT Wa 1836 (HMs 533.1) (GORILA II: 65)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 140 (= CMS II, 6 no. 1: woman flanked by two girls at shrine)


HT Wa 1837-1839 (HMs 542.1-3) (GORILA II: 65)
HT Wa Scribe 104

*301
b: seal impression: AT 17 (= CMS II, 6 no. 112: "alerion")


HT Wa 1840 (HMs 551.1) (GORILA II: 65)
HT Wa Scribe 104

*301
b: seal impression: AT 3 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)


HT Wa 1841-1842 (HMs 551.2-3) (GORILA II: 65)
HT Wa Scribe 106

*301
b: seal impression: AT 3 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)


HT Wa 1843 (HMs 551.4) (GORILA II: 65)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 3 (= CMS II, 6 no. 13: 2 women salute right)


HT Wa 1844 (HMs Aa) (GORILA II: 65)
HT Wa Scribe 100

*301
b: seal impression (Hallager): AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right; CMS, however, does not list this sealing)


HT Wa 1845+1733 q.v. (HMs Ac + HMs 435.110) (GORILA II: 58, V: 14)
HT Wa Scribe 101

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right; CMS does not list sealing Ac)


HT Wa 1846 (HMs 1713 [Ba]) (GORILA II: 66)

*301
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 1: cult scene [large woman flanked by 2 small females, shrine with tree])


HT Wa 1847 (HMs Bb) (GORILA II: 66)

*301


HT Wa 1848 (HMs Bc) (GORILA II: 66)

*301
b: seal impression (Hallager): AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right; CMS, however, does not list this sealing)


HT Wa 1849 (HMs 435.123) (GORILA II:66)

*365
b: seal impression: AT 13 (= CMS II, 6 no. 110: bird flies right)


HT Wa 1850 (HMs 467.13) (GORILA II: 66)

*366
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1851 (HMs 515.1) (GORILA II: 66)

*367
b: seal impression: AT 63 (= CMS II, 6 no. 45: bull walks left)


HT Wa 1852 (HMs 571.1) (GORILA II: 66)

*368
b: two seal impressions: AT 82 (= CMS II, 6 no. 76: scratching dog right)


HT Wa 1853 (HMs 589.1) (GORILA II: 66)

*369
b: seal impression: AT 102 (= CMS II, 6 no. 106: bird-woman sits on bench)


HT Wa 1854 (HMs 604.1) (GORILA II: 66)

*370
b: seal impression: AT 119 (= CMS II, 6 no. 23: woman stands right)


HT Wa 1855 (HMs 451.2) (GORILA II: 67)

Illegible
b: seal impression: AT 125 (= CMS II, 6 no. 11: man in kilt & man in robe walk left)


HT Wa 1856-1858 (HMs 454.29-31) (GORILA II: 67)

Illegible
b: seal impression: AT 95 (= CMS II, 6 no. 101: 2 griffins tête-bêche)


HT Wa 1859 (HMs 467.14) (GORILA II: 67)

Illegible
b: seal impression: AT 105 (= CMS II, 6 no. 28: bird-woman)


HT Wa 1860 (HMs 474.26) (GORILA II: 67)

Illegible
b: seal impression: AT 9 (= CMS II, 6 no. 134: Talismanic fish


HT Wa 1861 (HMs 602.1) (GORILA II: 67)

Illegible
b: seal impression: AT 123 (= CMS II, 6 no. 26: woman carries yoke & dress)


HT Wb 229, sealing (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 144) (seal = same as 218; Levi 132?), below the pavement of room 13

a. *188
b. *303+D


HT Wb 2001 (HMs 1677 [T129.1]) (GORILA II: 70)

RO
b: seal impression: AT 129 (= CMS II, 6 no. 31: woman, agrimi in back, both left)


HT Wb 2002 (HMs Ad) (GORILA II: 70)

RO
b: seal impression: AT ?


HT Wc 3001 (HMpin 79) (GORILA II: 72; Roundel 2: 13)
HT Wa Scribe 107
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
.a: PA-SE-JA.b: J3142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"


HT Wc 3002 (HMpin 80) (GORILA II: 72; Roundel 2: 14)
HT Wa Scribe 107
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
.a: PA-SE-JA  2142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"


HT Wc 3003 (HMpin 77) (GORILA II: 72; Roundel 2: 15)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
.a: KA-RE-RO  3142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"


HT Wc 3004 (HMpin 64) (GORILA II: 73; Roundel 2: 16)
HT Wc Scribe 108
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
.a: TA-NI-KA.b: SE4142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"


HT Wc 3005 (HMpin 75) (GORILA II: 73; Roundel 2: 17)
HT Wc Scribe 108
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
a: TA-NI-KAb: SE2142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"


HT Wc 3006 (HMp 66) (GORILA II: 73; Roundel 2: 18: tempered with more & rougher sand grains than were the other roundels; cf. HT Wc 3008)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
a: WA-O-MIb: RA-PU3-RA2142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"


HT Wc 3007 (HMpin 76) (GORILA II: 74; Roundel 2: 19)
HT Wc Scribe 109
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
a: WA-DI-NI  2 142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"


HT Wc 3008 (HMpin 63) (GORILA II: 74; Roundel 2: 20: tempered with more & rougher sand grains than were the other roundels; cf. HT Wc 3006)
HT Wc Scribe 109
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
a: WA-DI-NIb: RU-JA-TA-DI3142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"


HT Wc 3009 (HMpin 67) (GORILA II: 74; Roundel 2: 21)
HT Wc Scribe 109?
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
a: *333-DI-SU-KAb: *1884142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"

sign *333 recurs twice more: HT Wc 3010 (almost identical sign group) and MO Zf 1 (*333-SA-MU); also see the short presentation of the sign on the home page.


HT Wc 3010 (HMpin 72) (GORILA II: 75; Roundel 2: 22)
HT Wc Scribe 109?
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
a: *333-DI-NA-SU-KA  4142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"

sign *333 recurs twice more: HT Wc 3009 (almost identical sign group) and MO Zf 1 (*333-SA-MU); also see the short presentation of the sign on the home page.


HT Wc 3011 (HMpin 74) (GORILA II: 75; Roundel 2: 23)
HT Wc Scribe 110
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
a: ZU-DI-RA  2142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"


HT Wc 3012 (HMpin 70) (GORILA II: 75; Roundel 2: 24)
HT Wc Scribe 110
statementstatementno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
a: ZU-DI-RAb: RE-RO2142 [AT 31]: Talismanic "fly"


HT Wc 3013 (HMpin 71) (GORILA II: 76; Roundel 2: 25)
statementlogogramno. ofimpressionsCMS II, 6
  *1881148 [AT 50]: quadruped right


HT Wc 3014 (HMpin 65) (GORILA II: 76; Roundel 2: 26)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
a-b: KU-MI-NA-QEb: • CAP377 [AT 84]: 2 dogs play, tête-bêche


HT Wc 3015 (HMpin 78) (GORILA II: 76; Roundel 2: 27)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
a: KA-KU-PAb: *303311 [AT 125]: man in kilt & man in robe walk left

a. GORILA V:286 suggests also an erased *303+D {*624}


HT Wc 3016 (HMpin 68) (GORILA II: 77; Roundel 2: 28: bird-woman)
HT Wc Scribe 111
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
a: KA-KU-PAb: *304+PA {*629} *303+D {*624}221 [AT 112]: archer


HT Wc 3017 (HMpin 69) (GORILA II: 77; Roundel 2: 29)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
a: QA-KU-RE • DI *306 •b: *625 [*303+D {*624} *304+PA {*629}]521 [AT 112]: archer

a: DI is written at the end of line 1, *306 is written by itself below; both GORILA and Hallager read DI-*306, but both signs can be logograms.


HT Wc <3018> (HMpin ?) (GORILA II: 77; Roundel 2: 30)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
a: KAb: *303+D {*624}333 [AT 132]: woman rides Babylonian Dragon right


HT Wc 3019 (HMpin 73) (GORILA II: 78; Roundel 2: 31)
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
a. TELA3     b. E 33 [AT 132]: woman sits on "Babylonian Dragon" right


HT We/Wc 3020 (HMpin 1348) (GORILA II: 78 "Wc 3020 roundel"; Roundel 2: 31 "We 3020 nodulus"' CMS "nodulus")
HT Wc Scribe 111
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
a: *188-DUb: *304+PA {*629} *303+D {*624}1 no. 115: alerion [AT 15]


HT Wg 3021 (HMs Bk) (GORILA II: 78)

illegible
edges: one seal impression: AT ?


HT (?) Wc 3022 (A Pierson Mus. 10.615) (GORILA V: 14; Roundel 2: 32), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
  VIR2?70 [AT 79]: 2 stags in flying gallop right


HT Wc 3023 (HMs 1177; Roundel 2: 33), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
    1142 [AT 31]:Talismanic fly


HT Wc 3024 (HMs 1110; Roundel 2: 34), LM IB context
statementlogogramno. of impressionsCMS II, 6
a: A-RA-TU-MEb: OVISf621 [AT 112]: archer


HT Zb 158 (HM 3915) (GORILA IV: 64-65), pithos (Villa Magazine 5)

a: ][•]-TU-SE-SU-KI
b: SU-KI-RI-TE-I-JA


HT Zb 159 (HM 21074) (GORILA IV: 66), pithos (Villa)

A-NA-NU-SI-JA-SE[


HT Zb 160 (Pigorini, no. unknown) (GORILA IV: 67), pithos (Villa)

PA-TA-DA DU-PU2-RE[

Valério 2007: PA-TA-DA DU-PU2-RE, that is, "Patada the master"


HT Zb 161 (HM 3945) (GORILA IV: 68-69), large body sherd (Villa Magazine 5)

]SI-PU [


HT Zb 162 (La Rosa-Carratelli 1987)

DI 3 TI-DU


HT Zb 162bis, fragment of a large pot (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 133) Villa space 7

DA


HT Zd 155, 156, 157 (HM 52, 53, 54) (GORILA IV: 130-135), graffiti on plaster, E wall of room WA (Villa, Light Well 54).

P. Militello (email to "AegeaNet," 1 Nov 2006) reexamined the notebooks and drawings of Stefani & Halbherr (1903 and 1913) and provides the following information:

1) The graffiti were written on the east well (as stated explicitly by Stefani, and implicitly by Paribeni, when he says that they were written by a man seated on the lowest step of the staircase along the East wall)

2) at a rather low level, perhaps 20 or maximum 40 cm high (both for what I said before and because they were painted on the dark ground, that is to say on the dark dado or the above red band (both around 20 cm high) which decorated this wall (pace Cameron 1965, who states that HT 156 should be at eye-level or at the level of a seated person due to a probable beam (?) impression)

3) before the decoration was made, if Cameron 1965 is right in saying that the paint had washed in the graffito.

4) The three inscriptions (HT Zd 155, 156, 157) should be written as a sequence, not the one above the other, since there was no space for such a disposition.

The sequence in the notebook 1903 is HT 157, 156, 155, exactly the opposite of the order of publication.

Moreover, Stefani, describing Room 54, says that 2 inscriptions were found. This statement lets me think that two of these inscriptions should be written in sequence, so that they could be considered as only one inscription.

The only candidates are HT 157 and 156, or HT 156 and 155

JGY: since 157 has considerable space to the left of the inscription and its signgroup ends near the right break in the plaster; and since 156 begins at the left break of the plaster and has a small space at the right break; these two inscriptions should then form one inscription.
Inscription 155 has a short space at the left and right edges of the plaster.

So, I suggest the 3 inscriptions were written along a roughly single line, starting with HT 157 to the North, immediately followed by HT 156, and ending with HT 155.


HT Zd 157+156 (HM 54+53) (GORILA IV: 134-135+132-133)

• WI-JA-SU-MA-TI-TI-*319 [ ]NE 1 NE 1 J *319 2 E *319 3 EF TA-JA K [


HT Zd 155 (HM 52) (GORILA IV: 130-131)

A-JU • NA-MA-MA-TI-TI-*319

Notes to HT Zd 155-157:
  • JGY: The repetitions on 155 of MA-MA & TI-TI seem too much. Since -TI-TI recurs elsewhere (as in the second statement, and on HT 96) but MA-MA does not recur in the Linear A corpus, it might be preferable to read the 2nd word simply as NA-MA-TI-TI.

  • JGY: The similarity between WI-JA- and A-JU may imply some sort of prefix; -TI-TI may be related to the ending -TE, "of/from" (Valério 2007). It would be tempting, therefore, to interpret the two statements as "prefix + of/from-SU-MA-T" and "prefix + of/from NA-MA-T."

  • It is tempting to see 156's NE and *319 as the same sign, and to see it here simply as some kind of divider (Collis & Valério). *319 does, however, seem to function as a logogram on HT 132 (its only other occurrence in Linear A). It recurrence on both inscriptions supports its function as a logogram (Miguel Valério).

  • JGY: If the NA on 155 were also like NE / *319 (it is badly preserved), we could then compare 157 WI-JA-SU-MA-TI-TI with 155 A-JU (NA-)MA-MA-TI-TI (and with MA-TE-TI [PK 1.8], TI-TI-MA [PH Wc 40a retrograde?]) and with JA-SU-MA-TU (SY Za 2a)

  • M. Pope, BSA 55, 1960, 204-205, sees a geometric arithmetical progression: unit times one and one-half of preceding unit: 1, 1 1/2, 2 1/4, 3 3/8
    1
    1.50*1 = 1.50 = 1 1/2
    1.50*1.50 = 2.25 = 2 1/4
    1.500*2.250 = 3.375 = 3 3/8
    1.5000*3.3750 = 5.0625 = 5 1/16
    therefore: J = 1/2; E = 1/4; F = 1/8; K = 1/16

  • If one ignores NE/*319, the series looks much like an Old Kingdom Horus-Eye series of fractions (1 = 1/2 + 1/4 + 1/8 + 1/16 ...) (thanks to M. Gardner, message sent several years ago to "ANE").

  • J.P Olivier 1992a: TA-JA = five, and K = 1/16 [Collis: why would the scribe switch to writing out "five"?].

  • If one accepts *319 as logogram, one gets a fairly normal inscription (thanks to Miguel Valério) -- although the repetition of *319 runs counter to the "continuity principle":
    WI-JA-SU-MA-TI-TI*3191
    *3191 J
    *3192 E
    *3193 E F
    *319TA-JA [= 5] K [
    A-JU • NA-MA-TI-TI*319

  • R. Stieglitz ("Minoan Mathematics or Music?" The Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 15, 1978, 127-32) relates these fractions to musical ratios and therefore tones. For a discussion of HT Zd 156 and its relationship to music, see J.G. Younger, "The Mycenaean Bard: The Evidence for Sound and Song," in EPOS: Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology, edited by R. Laffineur and S. Morris (Liège and Austin, 2007), 71-78.


HT Zf 163, oxhide ingot, bronze (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 133) Villa space 7

DA


HT Zf 164, oxhide ingot, bronze (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 133) Villa space 7

DA


HT Zf 165, oxhide ingot, bronze (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 133) Villa space 7

I


HT Zf 166, oxhide ingot, bronze (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 133) Villa space 7

*323


HT Zf 167, oxhide ingot, bronze (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 134) Villa space 7

*308


HT Zf 168, oxhide ingot, bronze (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 134) Villa space 7

NE
DA


HT Zf 169, oxhide ingot, bronze (Raison-Pope 1994, p. 134) Villa space 7

two marks, not Linear A


HT Zg 163 (HTR 1716; Militello 1989; Perna 2003: 346, pl. LXVIIIi), pierced stone weight (MM IIIB-LM IA context), weighing 8.40 gr (Militello 1988-1989; Schoep 2002: 35; thanks to Brent Davis).

F

Presumably the fraction [1/8] refers to the weight of the stone weight, 8.40 gr; if this is 1/8, the unit would be 67.2 gr, which is very close to Petruso's unit of 61 gr (derived from actual balance weights: Petruso 1992: 63) or 2.5 Q (in the Mycenaean system; Q = 3.36 gr).


Comments, corrections, questions: John Younger (jyounger@ku.edu)

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