Evans, Arthur J.
Scripta minoa: the written documents of minoan Crete with special reference to the archives of Knossos (Band 2): The archives of Knossos: clay tablets inscribed in linear script B — Oxford, 1952

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CONCORDANCE OF NUMBERS OF TABLETS IN THIS
VOLUME AND IN THE REGISTER OF THE MUSEUM

AT HERAKLEION (CANDIA)

The Tablets from the Archives of Knossos are, with a few exceptions, preserved in the Museum at
Herakleion (Candia) in Crete, and registered in its Inventory, apparently in the order in which they
were received there. Most of them bear the register-numbers, and some bear also numbers written in
red or blue, which refer to provisional numberings of Sir Arthur Evans. They do not however bear
his definitive numbers as published in this volume.

It had been the intention of Dr. Alice Kober, of Brooklyn College, New York, to go to Herakleion
as soon as the Museum was reopened after the War, and check these numbers, and Sir Arthur Evans's
transcripts, with the originals.

After her lamented death, Dr. Emmett L. Bennett, jun., of Yale University, most kindly under-
took this work, and completed it in August 1950. He found the tablets for the most part in good order,
but a considerable number are missing, besides those already known to be in the British Museum
(13 and 1171) and in the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford (p. 108) and in the collection of Dr. Giamalakis
in Herakleion (p. 109). He was informed that one large tablet and fifteen fragments are in the National
Museum at Athens, but that they were not yet accessible.

S.M.

Mus. Reg.

S.M.

Mus. Reg.

S.M.

Mus. Reg.

S.M.

Mus. Reg.

1

97

27 (+14)



49

202

74

743

2

200

28 (+14)



5o

206

75

777

3

204

29

**

51

183

76

111

4

181

30

922

52

887

77

760

5

179

31

tt

52 bis

**

78

763

6

185

32

tt

53

213

79

747

7

886

33

922

54

214

80

752

8

894

34 Z

tt

55

209

81

745

9

900

35



56

898

82

922

10

906

36

473

57

211

83

922

11

182

36 bis\

37 bis\

n*)i

58

9J5

84

922

12

896

9-**^

58 bis

910

84 bis

922

13

Brit. Mus. 1910,

37

1169

59

Ashm. 212

85

111



4.23.2

37 bis (+36 his)



60

207

86

922

+27+28

889+890+922

38

1169

61

908

87

794

15

203

39

1169

62

909

88

789

16

205

40

95

63

208

89

912

i7

884

4i

891

64

911

90

786

18

903+922

41 bis

922

65

921

9i

793

19

201

42

857

66

918

92

922

20

922

43

860

67

919

93

212

21

897

44

872

68

920

94

761

22

191

45

861

69 (= 745)

5i8

95

1345

23

180

46

865

70

922

96

766

24

885

47

Ashm. 709

7i

917

97 (+284)

809 (+1246)

25

888

47 bis

904

72

916

98

922

26

922

48

no

73

828

99

842

-f- The fragments do not quite fit, but seem to be parts of the same tablet. ** Tablet not numbered.

ft Tablet not seen by E. L. B. Z Zakhyrakis tablet destroyed 1899 (SM I, 17-18).
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