Black Athena revisited

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University of North Carolina Press, 1996 - History - 522 pages
The contributors to this collecion refute Martin Bernal's contention that ancient Greek culture derived from Egypt and Phoenicia. "A thorough treatment... by no fewer than nineteen scholars .... Bernal can certainly not claim that his work has been unnoticed by academia". -- Jasper Griffin, New York Review of Books

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
3
The Aims and Methods of black athena
27
RACE
63
Copyright

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Guy M. Rogers is professor of classics and history at Wellesley College.

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