Mycenaean Linear B Ideograms Level 5.2 (Advanced) Military B064-B254 + a new “garment” ideogram & B064, a possible variation on B232 (Click to ENLARGE): 

Linear B Ideograms Military B064-B254 revisions

In this, the second chart illustrating Military Ideograms in Mycenaean Linear B, I revisit Ideograms B233 & B236, which I discussed in Mycenaean Linear B Ideograms Level 5.1 (Advanced) Military, for the simple reason that I entirely forgot the principal meaning of B236, which is not, KISIPO or the double-edge broad sword, as I had imagined (although that meaning may possibly also be assigned to this ideogram), but the far more common Mycenaean word for “long-sword”, PAKANA, hence the revision you see here. This is borne out by the famous Linear B tablets, which is one of the very first students of Linear B are required to translate, namely (Click to ENLARGE):

Linear B Tosa Pakana
In addition to these observations, allow me to draw your attention to a few other peculiarities of military ideograms in Linear B, as we currently understand them.

1. The ideogram B064, which has not been specifically identified to mean anything in particular, may in fact be a variation on ideogram B232, DAPU or Labrys, or the famous Minoan/Mycenaean double-edged axe which we so often see in frescoes at Knossos and Mycenae, as shown here (Click to ENLARGE):

Mycenae Museum Fresco Labrys Double Axes

2. The Ideogram B162 (supposedly meaning “garment” generically) is almost always identical in meaning to Ideogram B163 Armour on the tablets, as is clearly illustrated in the Mycenaean Linear B Ideograms Level 5.2 (Advanced) Military above. In fact, when we speak of “garment” for Ideogram B162, what we are actually referring to is the (Mycenaean, not Attic!) himation or simply an outer garment or mantle worn over the Mycenaean chiton or in the case of warriors, over their armour, which would be ideogram B163. This corresponds roughly to Homer's chlaina. See Note [1] in the Table.

3. While carefully scrutinizing 100s of fragments of tablets and a few tablets in Scripta Minoa (Sir Arthur Evans, Oxford University Press, 1952) I discovered no fewer than 3 instances of a previously unassigned ideogram on page 154. This ideogram, which is without question an ideogram, appears to be extremely similar to ideograms B162 & B163, with the additional distinction that it has the syllabogram QE as a crest in its centre. What this ideogram, which I believe to be some sort of garment, actually represents I do not yet know, but I am certain that the syllabogram QE in its centre is a definite clue as to its possible significance. It amazes me that no-one has ever spotted this ideogram before.

4. It is, of course, debatable whether or not the ideogram which appears on fragment 225b N m 01 on pg. 154 of Scripta Minoa is in fact a labrys, but as far as I can see, it sure looks like one. In light of this, I am willing to make a small leap of faith (though surely not of logic) and to surmise that ideogram B064 may also represent a labrys in some configuration, as illustrated by the fresco in 1. above.    

Richard