John Chadwick, Lydia Baumbach's The Mycenaean Greek Vocabulary PDF

By John Chadwick, Lydia Baumbach

In Glotta : Zeitschrift für griechische & lateinische Sprache ; forty-one. Bd., Hft. 3/4, 1963.

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Containing Aif-: di-iva-jo KNV1523; di-uri-ja-taPY Nn 228; poss. place-name; di-wi-ja-woKN Vc 293; di-wi-je-ja KN X 97; di-vn-je-u PY Es 656 + , di-we-je-wePY Cn 3, Es 646; di-wo-puka-ta KN Fp 363. Note : For a discussion see Heubeck, Die Sprache 4. 84. ze-pu2-roPY Ea 56; MN: poss. Zephuros[Palmer, BICS 2. Çécpopoç 40; Docs. 427]. pl. ze-pu2'ra-o Ad 664; descr. of women: poss. Zephuriai women of a place called Zephyrus' [Chadwick]. Note: pu2 seems regularly to correspond to Gk.

E-re-pa-te-jo KN Sd 0403, PY Ta 642 +; e-re-pa-te-o KN Se 1007; instr. pl. e-re-pa-te-jo-pi KN Se 1006+ ; fern, e-re-pa-teja PY Ta 713; instr. pl. e-re-pa-te-ja-pi PY Ta 707 +; descr. of inlay on furniture, etc. : elephanteios, -teos 'made of ivory3 [Docs. 393]. 'willow' e-ri-ka KN So 894, So 0430+ ; descr. of wheels: prob. IXtKT) gen. sg. helikàs 'of willow' [Docs. 393; Lejeune, Mém. I. 33]. «Xoç e-re-e PY Jo 438, Xn 442; e-re-i Jn 829 ; place-name : loc. prob. Heleei, Helei 'The Marsh' [Docs.

Note : If correct, this excludes the connexion with ôfjXoçand makes that with ôeieboçmore probable. ctipinoç e-wi-ri-po PY An 610; place-name: prob. Euripos (or Ewrie-wi-ri-pi-ja PY Aa 60: posï) 'The Strait' [Docs. 145, 148]. the place-name: Euriof variant fern, or ethnic of fern. pl. adj. pia(i) [Docs. 148]. 162 on Tue, 6 Aug 2013 11:28:54 AM All use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions 196 John Chadwick und Lydia Baumbach eûpuçe-u-ru-da-moKN X 166; MN: Euruddmos[Docs. 418]. e-uru-po-to-re-mo-joPY Fn 324 (the first two signs originally conjectured, but the tablet shows traces of them [Chadwick]);MN: e-u-ru-qo-taKN V 147; MN: gen.

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