While we find the name of a Cretan town, ku-do-ni-ja 'KydonÃa', written in Greek Linear B, we also find a Minoan parallel in Linear A, ku-do-ni (HT 13.4, HT 85 a.4) ~ ka-u-do-ni (HT 26 b.2-3), which might then be rewritten as KauÄoni /kawtÊƒoni/.
It could have been in Chinese, Linear B, BSL or filmed as a silent movie - the visual language of the film is so powerful and so clear that the script is more or less superfluous.
And he had better things to do with his time than learn the rebuslike system for recording Greek that we call Linear B.
The Mycenaeans left behind the first words written in Greek, on what are known as the Linear-B accountancy tablets.
Minoan is written in a simple hieroglyphic script called Linear A.