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"The Malia altar stone is a stone slab bearing an inscription in Cretan hieroglyphs, excavated in Malia, Crete. The stone has a cuplike cavity and is thought to be a Minoan altar stone. Of the 16 glyphs of the inscription, three occur twice each. The inscription is the only known instance of Cretan hieroglyphs on stone."

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Re: PD astronomy and religion 600 Peter Aleff 01-Jun-14 00:40
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Re: PD astronomy and religion 509 Notinham 30-Jun-14 10:56
Phaistos disk - side B' 475 Spiros 08-Jun-14 04:34
Re: The Phaistos Disk 941 Spiros 31-Aug-15 20:30
Re: The Phaistos Disk 359 Spiros 28-Feb-18 11:49
Re: The Phaistos Disk 387 Race Jackson 28-Feb-18 23:31
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Re: The Phaistos Disk 436 Race Jackson 07-Mar-18 01:59
A Translation of the Malia Altar Stone 365 Spiros 10-Jun-18 16:58
Re: The Phaistos Disk 446 jeffreyjoemiller 29-Jul-18 21:42

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