In 1956 the Russian journal Sovetskaja Ehtnografija published an article by Nikolai Butinov and Yuri Knorozov where they drew attention to a sequence of signs lign 6 of the verso of Tablet G (in colours in the picture below).
Note how its pattern is similar to that of a genealogy where each person is identified by title, name, and father's name with a suffix attached (table below); and how with each new name the father's name (in red) moves one position to the left in the genealogy (rightmost column), just like the signs highlighted in red in the hieroglyphic text.
|200 - 769 - 381 - 002.076||King Linus Einarsson|
|200 - 381?? - 280.076||King Einar Haraldsson|
|200 - 280 - 730.076||King Harald Olavsson|
|200 - 730 - 517a.076||King Olav Erlingsson|
|200 - 517a - 222.076||King Erling Haakonsson|