|Author||David George Hogarth|
|Publisher||Haskell House Publishers Inc.,U.S.|
|Publication Date||January 1, 1982|
A summary of all that Mr. Hogarth and his brother archaeologists have to tell us about the rise of that splendid civilization with which the history of the Hellenic world begins. His main contentions are that in Attica the population before the migration to Asia Minor was mainly Aegean mixed with a Danubian element; that the Hittite civilization strongly influenced Hellenic culture in Ionia; and that the Pheonicians played a small part in the development of Greek civilization. Maps.
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