Readership: For students and scholars interested in classical studies, archaeology, epigraphy, and linguistic studies.
Silvia Ferrara, Research Fellow, University of La Sapienza, Rome
Silvia Ferrara is a Research Fellow at the University of La Sapienza, Rome, Italy.
"make a substantial, much-needed contribution to the field of Cypriot epigraphy. Thanks to Silvia Ferrara, we can now see a large number of Cypro-Minoan inscriptions in context and understand their media in a more comprehensive manner. Moreover, the author vindicates a more unitary way of looking at the script, which might prove fruitful in future investigations ... Ultimately, all scholars working on the script, even those who are concerned mainly with deciphermentaimed work, have reason to praise the publication of Cypro-Minoan Inscriptions." - Miguel Valerio, Bibliotheca Orientalis
Preface and Acknowledgements
List of Abbreviations
List of Illustrations and Plates
Introduction: An Archaeological Corpus
1.1: Historical Background
1.2: Definition of the Corpus
1.3: Corpus Structure and Order of Entry
1.4: Additions (ADD ##218-##243)
THE INSCRIPTIONS: ##001-##243
List of Cypro-Minoan Objects and their Functions