The Hellenistic Settlements in Europe, the Islands, and Asia Minor

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University of California Press, 2 nov 1996 - 494 pagine
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This compendium provides historical narratives, detailed references, citations, and commentaries on all the cities founded or refounded in Europe, The Islands, and Asia Minor during the Hellenistic period. Organized coherently in more than 180 entries, it is one of the most significant reference works in the field of Greek history to be completed in the past decade.
 

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ILLYRIA AND EPIRUS
73
THRACE
79
MACEDONIA AND PAEONIA
89
THESSALY AETOLIA AND BOEOTIA
107
THE PELOPONNESE
121
THE ISLANDS
129
THE TROAD
143
MYSIA AND AEOLIS
161
CARIA
243
PHRYGIA
275
LYCIA
327
PAMPHYLIA
333
PISIDIA AND LYCAONIA
343
CILICIA
353
CAPPADOCIA AND GALATIA
373
PONTUS AND PAPHLAGONIA
381

IONIA
175
LYDIA
193
BITHYNIA
389
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Getzel M. Cohen is Professor of Classics at the University of Cincinnati.

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