Linear A - B - Decipherment
Decipherment of Linear B
From Kris Hirst, Archaeology Guide at About.com. Called Linear B by Evans, this script on clay tablets dated between 1450 and ca. 1375 B.C., when Knossos was destroyed.
A linear B-related bibliography divided into sections on Colloquia, Symposia and Festschriften, Bibliographies, Individual Works, and An Alphabet in the Aegean Bronze Age?
Linear A Tablet
A photograph of a Linear A tablet dating to about 1450 B.C., from Crete. The clay tablet was preserved by being baked in a fire.
Ancient Scripts of the World look at Linear A. While Linear B seems to have come from Linear A, the underlying language of Linear A doesn't seem to relate to any other surviving language in Europe or Western Asia.
From Scripts of the World site, an introduction with graphics of the written language of Linear B.
The Linear B Tablets and Mycenaean Organization
Linear B has 89 signs which representing both bare vowels and syllables. Tablets have been found on the Mycenaean mainland and in non-mainland areas ruled by Mycenaean kings. Tablets have been found firmly dated to the 13th century B.C.