Some Mycenaean Linear B tablets

These clay tablets, from the archives in the Mycenaean palaces at Pylos and Knossos, were written in a syllabic script (each sign represents a syllable rather than a single sound).  The script is called “Linear B” to distinguish it from “Linear A,” another script (thus far undeciphered) used in other documents found at Knossos and elsewhere.

 [chart of Linear-B syllabic signs;    tablets from Knossos written in Linear-A (upper) and Linear-B (lower)]

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CN Sc230   (this is a transcription of the Linear-B tablet linked above; this link shows a suit of Mycenaean armor)
o-pi-ri-ni-jo BODY-ARMOR CHARIOT HORSE
Ὀπορινιος: < > < > < >
Opirinios: BODY-ARMOR CHARIOT HORSE
 

PY Ng319, DMG 198
de-we-ro-a3-ko-ra-i-ja SACK 1239
to-sa-de o-u-di-do-to SACK 457
Δεϝοροακολαια < > 1239
τοσαδε ου διδοτο < > 457
Hither Akolaia SACK 1239
these so many are not given SACK 457
 

PY Ng332, DMG 199
pe-ra3-ko-ra-i-ja SACK 200[+]
to-sa-de o-u-di-dto SACK [ ]
Περακολαια < > 200[+]
τοσαδε ου διδοτο < > [ ]
Further Akolaia 200+ sacks
these so many are not give ?? sacks
 

CN Ak824, DMG 20:
a-pi-qo-i-t-a / do-e-ra WOMAN 32 ko-wa me-zo-e 5 ko-wa me-wi-jo-e 15
ko-ro me-wi-jo-e 4
Ἀμφιχϝοιτας/ δοελαι: < > 32 κορϝαι μεζονες 5 κορϝαι μειονες 15
κοροι μειονες 4
Amphiqhwoitas: slaves women 32 older girls 5 younger girls 15
younger boys 4
 

CN B 823, DMG 37
tu-wi-jo / ta-pa-e-o-te MANb 10 a-pe-o-te MANb 4
Τυϝιον: τα παρεοντες < > 10 απεοντες < > 4
Tuwion: present here 10 men absent 4 men