Publications

* = freely available online (click on the link); otherwise links are to publisher’s page

Books

The Undeciphered Signs of Linear B: Interpretation and Scribal Practices (Cambridge University Press, 2020). Click here for an online version (via Cambridge Core – subscription required); click here to order the print or ebook version.

PhD thesis

* ‘The undeciphered signs of Linear B‘, submitted to the University of Cambridge in April 2016.

Articles and book chapters

* ‘Learning to spell in Linear B: orthographic variation and scribal training at Mycenaean Pylos‘, Cambridge Classical Journal 68 (2022), pp.133-163

* ‘Introduction: Diversity in writing systems: embracing multiple perspectives‘, with Amalia E. Gnanadesikan, Written Language & Literacy 24:2 (2021) (introduction to the special issue of the same title which we co-edited, with papers from this conference)

* ‘Scribes as editors: tracking changes in the Linear B documents‘, American Journal of Archaeology 124.4 (2020), pp.523-49

* ‘Two new Linear B tablets and an enigmatic find from Bronze Age Pylos (Palace of Nestor)‘, Kadmos 58 (2019), pp.111-123 (co-authored with John Bennet, Jack L. Davis, & Sharon R. Stocker)

* ‘Orthographic variation as evidence for the development of the Linear B writing system’, Written Language and Literacy 22:2: Writing systems: Past, present (… and future?) (edited by T. Joyce & R. Crellin, 2019), pp.179-97.

* ‘Palaeography, administration, and scribal training: a case-study’, in H. Landenius Enegren & M.-L. Nosch (eds), Aegean Scripts. Proceedings of the 14th International Colloquium on Mycenaean Studies, held in Copenhagen, 2-5 September 2015 (Incunabula Graeca, 2017)

* ‘The mystery of the Mycenaean “labyrinth”: the value of Linear B pu2 and related signs’, Studi Micenei ed Egeo-Anatolici Nuova Serie 3 (2017), pp.53-72

* The decipherment: people, process, challenges’, in A. Christophilopoulou, Y. Galanakis, & J. Grime (eds), Codebreakers & Groundbreakers (Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, 2017: catalogue of exhibition held Oct 2017-Feb 2018), pp.15-29.

* ‘Processes of script adaptation and creation in Linear B: the evidence of the “extra” signs’, in P.M. Steele (ed.), Understanding Relations Between Scripts: the Aegean Writing Systems (Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2017), pp.111-26

* ‘The Linear B inscribed stirrup jars’, Kadmos 52:1 (2013), pp.69-110.

Websites

* ‘CoPY: Concordance of Pylos scribal attributions‘, created 02/12/2020, last updated 23/04/2021

* CaLIBRA: Cambridge Linear B Research Archive. Online database of photographs of the Pylos Linear B tablets, with T. Meißner and R.J.E. Thompson (University of Cambridge, 2017) [NB registration required for use]

* Mycenaean Epigraphy Group website, Faculty of Classics, Cambridge (2013: revision of existing pages and creation of new pages)

Book reviews

* Review of José L. Melena and Richard J. Firth. The Knossos Tablets. Sixth Edition (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: INSTAP Academic Press, 2019), European Journal of Archaeology 23:3, 493-6 (2020)

* Review of Louis Godart, Anna Sacconi (ed.), Supplemento al Corpus delle iscrizioni vascolari in lineare B. Biblioteca di Pasiphae. (Pisa; Rome: Fabrizio Serra Editore, 2017), Bryn Mawr Classical Review (2018)

* Review of Cotticelli-Kurras, Paola and Alfredo Rizza (edd.), Variation within and among writing systems: concepts and methods in the analysis of ancient written documents. LautSchriftSprache / ScriptandSound (Wiesbaden: Dr. Ludwig Reichert Verlag, 2017), Bryn Mawr Classical Review (2017)

Edited books

Excellence in Diversity: Visions and Values of Pembroke College, Cambridge, since 1984. Ed., with M. Wirz, J. Tavener, R. Smith, C. Willaman, & P. Aske (Pembroke College, Cambridge, 2015)

 

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