This Minoan Linear B Tablet PY 64l is by far the most difficult one I have had to translate. It was the first ever Linear B tablet which Michael Ventris deciphered in 1952.
I was in my teen years then and knew nothing of his great achievement and in fact nothing about the Linear B Ancient script writings whatsoever.
I am aware that many scholars have translated this tablet such as the archaeologist Carl Blegan, and also Prof. John Chadwick, who assigned the first range of standard values to ideograms for the vessels on Linear B tablet 64l. Ref: Chadwick, John .The Decipherment of Linear B ( 2nd edition) London: Cambridge University Press 1970. ISBN 521-09596.pg. 117
TRANSLATION OF THE ABOVE TABLET PY 64l
Aigeus a worker is making tripods of the Cretan style.
There are 2 tripods with three legs and two handles
l Tripod with a single handle on one foot..
l Tripod with the legs burnt from the legs up.
3 Big pots with two handles,
2 Big pots with three handles,
l Smaller pot with four handles
l Small type of cup/goblet with three handles
l Small type of cup/goblet without handles
NOTE:- Please go to my Linear B Teacher;s blog to see more of my work and conclusion of this Tablet. Also comments with my results 98% from my teacher Richard Vallance. http://linearbknossosmycenae.wordpress.com