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  1. A Linguistic History of Ancient Cyprus
  2. Introduction
  3. Cypro-Minoan
  4. Eteocypriot
  5. Phoenician
  6. Conclusion
  7. Bibliography
  8. CYPRO-MINOAN INSCRIPTIONS - S. Ferrara Cypro-Minoan Inscriptions. Volume 1: Analysis. Pp. xvi + 326, figs, ills, maps. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012. Cased, £75, US$125. ISBN: 978-0-19-960757-0.
  9. Introduction: Syllabic Writing on Cyprus and its Context
  10. Bibliography
  11. Late Cypriot writing in context
  12. Writing in Cypro-Minoan: one script, too many?
  13. Rethinking some alphabetic and syllabic Cypriot inscriptions
  14. From the Cypro-Minoan to the Cypro-Greek syllabaries: linguistic remarks on the script reform
  15. The Cypriot Syllabary as a royal signature: the political context of the syllabic script in the Iron Age
  16. The development of Cypriot syllabaries, from Enkomi to Kafizin
  17. Non-Greek languages of ancient Cyprus and their scripts: Cypro-Minoan 1–3
  18. Syllabic Writing on Cyprus and its Context
  19. A New Archaic and Possibly Cypriot Inscription from Cilicia
  20. (A.) Sacconi Eds.Colloquium Romanum. Atti del XII colloquio internazionale di micenologia. Roma 20–25 febbraio 2006. 2 vols. Pisa and Rome: Pasiphae, 2008. Pp. xliii + 898. €880. 9788862270564 (hbk). €440. 9788862270557 (pbk).
  21. Methodology in Mycenaean Prosopography: The Use of Names as Evidence
  22. A Comparative Look at Mycenaean and Near Eastern Bureaucracies: ‘Bilateral’ Documentation in the Linear B Archives?
  23. Concordance of HoChyMin inscriptions cited
  24. Concordance of Eteocypriot and Cypriot Phoenician inscriptions cited