Mylydian is a way to write Mycenaean Greek with the Lydian alphabet devised by Fahmin Shejuti. Lydian was a member of the Anatolian branch of the Indo-European language family that was spoken in western Anatolia (part of modern Turkey) from the 8th to the 2nd century BC, and one of the languages spoken in Troy. Mycenaean Greek was spoken in mainland Greece and Crete between about the 16th and 12th centuries BC. It was written with the Linear B script in Crete from the 14th century BC.
This chart shows the Lydian letters, their equivalents in the Linear B script, their equivalents in the Latin alphabet, and their IPA transcriptions.
The memories come and come. We are all there, goddess and mortal and the boy who was both.
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