Evans, Arthur J.
Scripta minoa: the written documents of minoan Crete with special reference to the archives of Knossos (Band 1): The hieroglyphic and primitive linear classes — Oxford, 1909

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LIST OF TABLES

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I. Signs on Vase from Orchomenos compared with Cretan........ 57

II. Comparison between Lycian, Carian, and Minoan Signs........ 66

III. Comparison of Minoan Signs of Crete and Cyprus......... 71

IV. Comparisons between Lycian and Carian Signs and those of the Cypriote Syllabary . . 76
V. Phoenician, &c, Letters of Uncertain Meaning compared with Minoan Signs. 87

VI. Phoenician, &c. Letters of Ascertained Meaning compared with Minoan Signs ... 89

VII. Comparison of the Greek Complementary Letters with South Semitic and Minoan Forms . 92

VIII. Preliminary Comparisons of Minoan and Iberic Linear Forms...... 99

IX. Personal Marks on Pots, Phylakopi........... 112

X. Hieroglyphic and Linear Degenerations........... 114

XL Human and Animal Types on ' Egypto-Ltbyan' Cylinders and Prism compared with Minoan

Forms................ 124

XII. Diagram showing Derivation of the ' Double Sickle' and Allied Types on Cretan Seal-stones

from Egyptian Button-seals of Vlth Dynasty......... 128

XIII. Cretan Hieroglyphs or Conventionalized Pktographs........ 232

XIV. Cretan Hieroglyphs or Conventionalized Pktographs........ 233

XV. Comparative Groups of "¥, Leg, and Gate.......... 237

XVI. Egyptian Comparisons with Minoan Hieroglyphs......... 240

XVII. Differentiations of' Crook ' Sign............ 249

XVIII. Numerals of Hieroglyphic System............ 258

XIX. Glyptic and Graffito Versions of Identical Sign-groups........ 261

XX. Sign-groups only found in Graffito Inscriptions......... 262

XXI. Transposition of Signs in Similar Groups.......... 262

XXII. 'Family Tree'of Minoan Titles and Personal Badges........ 266

XXIII. Official Titles................ 268

XXIV. Signs on Phaestos Disk.............. 276

XXV. Signs in Similar Collocations with or without the Distinguishing Marks .... 289

XXVI. Examples of Parallel Disposition in Sign-groups......... 290

LIST OF PLATES Atmd

PLATE

I. Engraved Seals, &c, with Primitive Linear Signs. Seals with Conventionalized
Pictographic (or Hieroglyphic) Script, Class A.
II. Seals with Conventionalized Pictographic (or Hieroglyphic) Script, Class A.
III. Clay Sealings from the Palace of Knossos, with Conventionalized Pictographic (or
Hieroglyphic) Script.
IVa,IVb,V,VI. Clay Labels from the Palace of Knossos, with Conventionalized Pictographic (or
Hieroglyphic) Script.
VII, VIII, IX. Clay ' Bars ' from the Palace of Knossos, with Conventionalized Pictographic (or
Hieroglyphic) Script.
X. Clay Bars and Tablet from the Palace of Knossos, with Conventionalized Pictographic

(or Hieroglyphic) Script.
XI. Clay Tablets, with Conventionalized Pictographic (or Hieroglyphic) Script.
XII. The Phaestos Disk. Face A.
XIII. The Phaestos Disk. Face B.
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