Linear B PE

PE- Sign Groups

anthroponym pe-da-i-ra KN hapax
pe-de-we-sa PY hapax
pe-di-je-we, pe-di-e-wi PY
[[pe-di-ra]], pe-di-ro, pe-di-ro-i PY
pe-i PY
anthroponym pe-ki-ta PY
pe-ko KN, PY
pe-ko-to KN
pe-ma, pe-mo KN, PY
pe-ne-we-ta, (nominative dual) pe-ne-we-te KN
anthroponym pe-po-ro KN, PY
anthroponym pe-qe-u, pe-qe-we KN, PY
anthroponym pe-qo-no KN hapax
pe-qo-ta PY
toponym pe-ra3-ko-ra-i-ja name of the Further Province PY
[[pe-ra3-qo]] PY hapax
pe-re KN, PY
pe-re-ke KN hapax
pe-re-ke-u, pe-re-ke-we
anthroponym pe-re-ko KN hapax
[[pe-re-ku-ta]] PY hapax
anthroponym pe-re-qo-no, (genitive) pe-re-qo-no-jo PY
anthroponym pe-re-qo-ta, qe-re-qo-ta-o KN, PY
[[pe-re-wi-jo]] TH
pe-re-wo-te PY
anthroponym (pe)-re-*82-ta KN hapax
pe-ri-je-ja KN hapax
[[pe-ri-ke]] MY hapax
anthroponym pe-ri-me-de PY
anthroponym pe-ri-mo PY hapax
anthroponym pe-ri-no PY
anthroponym pe-ri-qo-ta, pe-ri-qo-ta-o, pe-ri-qo-te-jo KN, PY
anthroponym pe-ri-ra-wo PY hapax
anthroponym pe-ri-ta KN
pe-ri-te-u KN
anthroponym pe-ri-to
anthroponym pe-ri-to-wo
anthroponym pe-ro-qe KN hapax
anthroponym pe-se-ro, pe-se-ro-jo MY, KN
anthroponym pe-te-ki-ja KN hapax
pe-te-re-wa, pte-re-wa KN
anthroponym pe-te-u KN hapax
toponym pe-to-no, (allative) pe-to-no-de, (ethnic) pe-ti-ni-jo PylosHither Province town
anthroponym pe-we-ri-jo KN hapax

Phonetic Greek

φ, cf. pe-re-wo-te (Woodard 1997: progressive spelling)
π, cf. [[pe-re-ku-ta]] (Woodard 1997: progressive spelling)
πε, cf. [[pe-di-ra]]
σφ, cf. pe-i
σφη, cf. pe-ne-we-ta
σπε, cf. pe-ma

PE as an Adjunct

Adjunct to MUL
Adjunct to OVIS





pe-te alternating with pte

pte-re-wa (Knossos);
pe-te-re-wa (Knossos)


pe-re-qo-ta (Knossos, Pylos Scribes 1 & 2);
qe-re-qo-ta-o (Pylos Scribe 1)


Woodard, Roger D., 1997 Greek Writing from Knossos to Homer: A Linguistic Interpretation of the Origin of the Greek Alphabet and the Continuity of Ancient Greek Literacy

kar WNXIV.155 TELA+TE adjunct; pe-ko-to

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