Figure 1 presents in tabular form the sequence of signs on line 6 of the verso of Tablet G (also known as Small Santiago Tablet) identified as a genealogy by Nikolai Butinov and Yuri Knorozov (1956, 1957). Whether or not these signs do constitute a genealogy, they exhibit a clear pattern from the second row down: the main sign of the third element of each row is found as second element of the next. The pattern is so clear that Giulio Facchetti, a specialist of Etruscan and Minoan, has independently come to the conclusion that group 381-002 (row 1, column 3) is a variant of sign 351 (row 2, column 2).
Guy, Jacques B.M.
"Some Observations Drawn from the Putative Genealogy of Tablet G,"
Rapa Nui Journal: Journal of the Easter Island Foundation: Vol. 17
, Article 11.
Available at: https://kahualike.manoa.hawaii.edu/rnj/vol17/iss1/11