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Vol. 13 (1972), Artículos 2
Aceptado: nov 10, 2009
Time and again, this notoriously difficult text has attracted the interest of mycenologists. There is no doubt that it could represent a most valuable source for our knowledge of Mycenaean society and probably of Mycenaean economy as well. But there are almost insurmountable difficulties which hinder a clear interpretation: out of the thirteen words which occur in this text, four are hapax legomena and two, although attested in other contexts, cannot be explained with certainty.
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