The Cambridge Ancient History

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Stanley Arthur Cook, Martin Percival Charlesworth, John Bagnell Bury, John Bernard Bury
Cambridge University Press, 1924 - History, Ancient
 

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Contents

from the earliest times to
1
The Stone Age in the Central Balkan Area
75
The Eneolithic period in the Central Balkan Area
136
Urartu
314
IS Illyris Epirus and Macedonia in the Early Iron Age page 619
315
The NeoHittite states in Syria and Anatolia
372
the Babylonian Empire in the West
433
IO Israel and Judah until the revolt of Jehu 931841 B C
442
The earliest alphabetic writing page
794
background
816
Linguistic problems of the Balkan area in the late prehistoric
834
2od The Greek language and the historical dialects
850
20e Balkan languages Illyrian Thracian and DacoMoesian
866
BIBLIOGRAPHY
901
B Western Asia page
930
с Egypt
966

Central Greece and Thessaly
657
The Peloponnese
696
18a East Greece
745
18b The islands
754
The Geometric culture of Greece
779
Greece and the Aegean
974
East Greece
984
Index
1009
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