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Semantic differences between Mycenaean and Homeric texts have been latterly deepened by E. Luján in two most recent papers:

E. Luján 2019, The vocabulary of ivory in Mycenaean Greek, in R. Pierini-A. Bernabé-M. Ercoles (eds), Thronos. Historical Grammar of Furniture in Mycenaean and Beyond, 131-140.

E. Luján 2019, Micénico qe-qi-no-me-no/qe-qi-no-to y homérico δινωτός/ἀμφιδινέομαι: usos técnicos, in P. De Paz-S. Planchas-J. Piquero (eds), Nunc es bacchandum. Congreso en homenaje a Alberto Bernabé. In this latter paper, Luján relies on the etymological analysis carried out by García Ramón 1999, Myk. qe-qi-no-me-no, hom. δινωτός und der PN di-nu-wa-ta, in S. Deger-Jalkotzy–S. Hiller–O. Panagl (eds) Floreant Studia Mycenaea, 237-248.



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