Who Were the Greeks?, Volume 6

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University of California Press, 1930 - Ethnology - 634 pages
 

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Contents

Evidence from Regional
1
Evidence from Physical
26
ranean and Adjacent Regions
31
Comparative Table of Cephalic Indices
58
Evidence from Compar
82
Geographical Distribution of Greek Dialects in Early Classical Times
84
Geographical Distribution of PreHellenic Peoples and Survivals of Them in Greek FolkMemory
93
The Greater Powers of the Near East 15001200 B C
114
Descent Language Beliefs and Culture
291
Geographical Distribution of Certain Peoples in the Fourteenth and Thirteenth Centuries B C inferred from Greek FolkMemory
330
Selected Genealogies Preserved in Greek FolkMemory from PreDorian Times 344
345
The Crucible and the Mould
367
Types of Fibulae from Greece and the Egean 4067
406
Geographical Distribution of the Principal Types of Fibulae in Greece the Egean and the Near East
415
The Concentric Circle Ornament
452
The Making of a Nation
464

Principal Movements of Peoples in the Near East 2000
122
Probable Distribution of Greek Dialects in the Thir teenth and Twelfth Centuries B C
149
Evidence from Comparative
166
Evidence from Prehistoric
211
Diagram to Illustrate the Logic of Datemarks
213
Principal Cultures of the Near East Mediterranean and Peninsular Europe at the Beginning of the Bronze
236
Age
237
Principal NonMinoan Cultures and NonMinoan Ele ments in the South Egean
258
Geographical Distribution of Minoan Sites
275
Examples of Wheelmade Rhythmical Decoration
470
Examples of Counterchanged Design
497
Metrical and Geometrical Rhythms Compared
512
Rhythmical Panel Composition with Pictorial Content
513
Design on the Shield of Achilles Iliad XVIII 430606
519
Epilogue
531
Notes 540
562
Index
607
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