pe-ri-qo-ta

Knossos, Pylos
cf. a-e-ri-qo-ta, a-no-qo-ta, a-pi-qo-ta, da-i-qo-ta, e-u-ru-qo-ta, qo-ta, ra-wo-qo-ta, su-qo-ta, wi-jo-qo-ta
cf. pe-ri-me-de

Definitions

Aura Jorro 1999: masculine anthroponym, probably *Περιφοίτᾶς, but Περιφόντᾶς, *Περι-γwώτᾶς and Περιπόλτας are also possible

Chadwick & Ventris 1973: anthroponym, cf. Περιβρωτάδας

Variants

pe-ri-qo-ta-o

a-no-qo-ta-o, a-pi-qo-ta-o, qe-re-qo-ta-o, su-qo-ta-o, wi-jo-qo-ta-o
Chadwick & Ventris 1973: genitive of pe-ri-qo-ta

pe-ri-qo-te-jo

Chadwick & Ventris 1973: "probably nominative plural adjective describing sheep, rather than [anthroponym]; exact function obscure"

Associated Commodities

KN Da, KN Db, KN De, KN Dq, KN Dv: OVIS
PY Jn: AES

Associated Toponyms

KN Da: e-ra, pa-i-to, ra-to, tu-ni-ja
KN Db, KN De: ti-ri-to
KN Dq: e-ko-so, ma-sa
KN Dv: e-ra, ra-ja
PY Jn: a-pu2-we

* denotes tentatively reconstructed spelling of a word not attested in later Greek

References

Aura Jorro, Francisco, 1999 Diccionario Micénico

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

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