Chadwick & Ventris 1973: toponym, dative locative
Catling & Jones 1977: toponym, somewhere in western Crete based on the clay analysis of stirrup jars from Thebes
Godart 1972: toponym, but not Zakros based on the KN Co livestock numbers and the desolation of the eastern region
Catling & Millett 1965: toponym, Zakros in eastern Crete based on the clay analysis of stirrup jars from Thebes (Zakros interpretation retracted in Catling & Jones 1977)
Parallel Sign Groups
Catling, H.W. and R.E. Jones, 1977 Archaeometry 19 "A reinvestigation of the provenance of the inscribed stirrup-jars found at Thebes"
Catling, H.W. and A. Millett, 1965 Archaeometry 8 "A Study of the inscribed stirrup-jars from Thebes"
Chadwick, John and Michael Ventris, 1973 Documents in Mycenaean Greek
Godart, Louis, 1972 Acta Mycenaea II (Minos 12) «Les tablettes de la série Co de Cnossos»