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Linear B Ancient Script Writings (Our Second Anniversary)

02 May

For those of my blogger friends who have been following my progress with the Linear B Ancient Script writings, know that I am now moving on to the University Level online with my studies. My teacher Richard Vallance, has assigned me several of the Linear B tablets dealing with Military Affairs which I must say I am delighted to have the opportunity to be able to translate, as this subject is a favourite of mine. Not only that, we are delighted to announce that Linear B  Knossos & Mycenae reached its second anniversary on May 1st So what have we accomplished in the past two years? A great deal indeed. The following are some of the highlights.

1, The discovery, extrapolation, collation and classification of SUPERSYLLABOGRAMS  in Mycenaean Linear B, of which there are 34 ( to date ) out of 6l Syllabograms in Linear B , excluding counting Homophones ( with the sole exception of RAI – saffron .

2. We have entered into close partnership with The Association of Historical Studies, Koryvantes ( Athens, Greece ) where we have been assigned our own category for posting on their blog. As a result of this Richard has been invited to give a lecture at the conference  ” Thinking Symbols”  ( June 30th – July 2nd 2015) Sponsored by the Association of Historical Studies (Koryvantes),  Athens. at the Pultusk Academy of the Humanities just outside Warsaw. While Richard is there I have to get on with my Linear B Military translations.

Please go to Original post to read more of what we have accomplished. http://linearbknossosmycenae.wordpress.com

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4 responses to “Linear B Ancient Script Writings (Our Second Anniversary)

  1. dorannrule

    May 3, 2015 at 2:14 pm

    Congratulations Rita on moving on! And it must be especially gratifying to be working on an area you love so much. 🙂

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  2. ritaroberts

    May 3, 2015 at 4:58 pm

    Thanks for your support in reading this post Dora and your nice comments. Yes its great when you enjoy what you are doing even though its getting more difficult but very interesting I love the research.

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  3. vallance22

    May 7, 2015 at 6:03 am

    Ditto! Go for it, kiddo! Richard

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  4. ritaroberts

    May 7, 2015 at 7:17 am

    Thanks for your time in teaching me this fascinating subject Richard. I am eager to continue.!

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