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Politics and influence in late bronze age palatial Boeotia

Daniel William Penn

Politics and influence in late bronze age palatial Boeotia

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Phil) - University of Birmingham, Department of Ancient History and Archaeology, School of Historical Studies, 2000.

Statementby Daniel William Penn.
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Open LibraryOL21865703M

of a colloquium in memory of Malcolm B. Wallace: Athens June / David W. Rupp and Jonathan E. Tomlinson, editors. interpretation, it is claimed, confirms the political primacy of Thebes in the Mycenaean world in the 13th century name Kadmos mean in a late Bronze Age Mycenaean palatial culture? Is there evidence that such a File Size: 1MB. “The Inscribed Bronze ‘Kessel’ from Shaft Grave IV and Cretan Heirlooms of the Bronze Age Artist named ‘Aigeus’ vel sim. in the Mycenaean Palatial Period,” in Y. Duhoux ed., BRICIAKA. A Tribute to W. C. Brice = Cretan Studies 9 [] , pl. XXXI.


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Politics and influence in late bronze age palatial Boeotia by Daniel William Penn Download PDF EPUB FB2

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