wi-jo-qo-ta

Knossos
cf. a-e-ri-qo-ta, a-no-qo-ta, a-pi-qo-ta, da-i-qo-ta, e-u-ru-qo-ta, pe-ri-qo-ta, qe-re-qo-ta, qo-ta, ra-wo-qo-ta

Definitions

Aura Jorro 1999: masculine anthroponym
Hiller & Panagl 1976: anthroponym, cf. Ἰοφόντης, Ἰοβάτης, *Ἰοβότης
Chadwick & Ventris 1973: anthroponym, cf. Ἰοφῶν
Gallavotti 1968: anthroponym, cf. Ἰοβάτης
Chadwick & Ventris 1956: anthroponym, cf. Ἰοβάτης

Variants

wi-jo-qo-ta-o

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

Associated Commodities

KN Db, KN Dq: OVIS
KN Ld: TELA

Associated Toponyms

KN Db: do-ti-ja
KN Dq: pa-i-to

* denotes a tentatively reconstructed word which is not attested in Greek

References

Aura Jorro, Francisco, 1999 Diccionario Micénico vol. II

Chadwick, John, 1962 Annual of the British School at Athens (ABSA) "Further Linear B Tablets from Knossos"

Chadwick, John and Michael Ventris, 1973 Documents in Mycenaean Greek (Docs2)

Chadwick, John and Michael Ventris, 1956 Documents in Mycenaean Greek (Docs)

Gallavotti, Carlo, 1968 Studi Micenei ed Egeo-Anatolici (SMEA) 5 "Sulla definizione del miceneo come dialetto greco"

Hiller, Stefan and Oswald Panagl, 1976 Die frühgriechischen Texte aus mykenischer Zeit

Landau, Oscar, 1958 Studia graeca et latina Gothoburgensia VII “Mykenisch-griechische Personennamen”

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