The book proposes a decipherment of 70 LinearA inscriptions based on Hurrian. Chapter2 and 3 are dedicated to a survey of Greek words and theonyms with Hurrian features. Mino-Hurrian, i.e the dialect of Hurrian attested in LinearA, provides the missing link between the Anatolian Hurro-Hittite culture and Ancient Greece. Chapter4 discusses the syllabic grid of LinearA. Chapter6 deals with libation inscriptions. They all follow the same mold. Chapter7 deals with the other Hurrian inscriptions. Chapter9 lists the lexemes attested in the Mino-Hurrian inscriptions. Chapter10 deals with some LinearA inscriptions that look Semitic. The following chapters provide a grammar of Hurrian, ending with a survey of Hurrian dialects.