te-o

Knossos, Pylos
cf. te-o-po-ri-ja

𐀳𐀃

Definitions

Hiller 2011: 'god'
Chadwick & Ventris 1973: god, goddess

Variants

te-o-jo

Pylos

𐀳𐀃𐀍

(as te-o-jo do-e-ra/do-e-ro) Duhoux 2011: 'servant of the god(dess)', cf. θεοῦ δούλη / δοῦλος

(as te-o-jo do-e-ra/do-e-ro) Hiller 2011: 'god's servant'

Chadwick & Ventris: "always with do-e-ro, do-e-ra"; genitive of te-o

te-o-i

Knossos, Pylos

𐀳𐀃𐀂

Chadwick & Ventris: "to the gods"; dative plural

Iliad III.295:
"[...] ἠδ᾽ ἔυχοντο θεοις αἰειγενέτησιν."
and made prayer to the gods who are for ever.

te-o-na

te-i-ja

Knossos, Pylos
(as "ma-te-re te-i-ja") Duhoux 2011: adjective in 'to the divine mother'

References

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

Duhoux, Yves, 2011 A Companion to Linear B: Mycenaean Greek Texts and their World vol. II "Interpreting the Linear B Records: Some Guidelines"

Hiller, Stefan, 2011 A Companion to Linear B: Mycenaean Greek Texts and their World vol. II "Religion and Cult"

Homer, 2003 Iliad (trans. A.T. Murray, ed. William F. Wyatt)

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