da-ra-ko

Knossos
cf. a-da-ra-ko?

Toponym: da-ra-ko

Definitions

Van Spitael & Faure 1977, Faure 1959: toponym, classical Ῥαῦχος from *Δραῦχος, *Δραƒχος

Melena 1974: toponym. Not *Δραῦχος, *Δραƒχος implying Ῥαῦχος. Perhaps an earlier form of γλάχων, γλήχων 'pennyroyal' used as a place name, cf. Μαραθών (ma-ra-tu-wo), Σήσαμον (sa-sa-ma)

Chadwick & Ventris 1973: toponym

Associated Commodities

LANA: KN Dk
OVIS: KN Db, KN Dd, KN Dk, KN Dv

Associated Anthroponyms

]do-ro (we-we-si-jo): KN Dv
je-zo (we-we-si-jo)e-ko-so: KN Dv
ka-to (we-we-si-jo): KN Dv
qi-ta-rohapax: KN Dk
]ra-ko (we-we-si-jo): KN Db
](ro) (we-we-si-jo): KN X
](ti) (we-we-si-jo): KN Dd

References

Chadwick, John and Michael Ventris, 1973 Documents in Mycenaean Greek

Faure, Paul, 1959 Kretika Chronika 13 «La Crète au cent villes»

Melena, José L., 1974 Minos 15 "Coriander on the Knossos tablets"

Van Spitael, Marie-Anne and Paul Faure, 1977 ΚΡΗΤΟΛΟΓΙΑ 5 «Villes et villages de la Crète centrale. Listes inédites de l’époque Vénetienne comparées aux tablettes de Knosos»

kar WNXVII.101 we-we-si-jo

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