Gods, Heroes and Tyrants: Greek Chronology in Chaos
Early Greek history as found in the textbooks leaves spurious OC dark ageOC gaps where the evidence fails to match historians'' fixed ideas. Dramatic claims regarding everything from the Trojan War to the OC Mask of AgamemnonOC are argued in detail from both an archaeological and a literary perspective, unraveling historical conundrums that have stumped classicists for generations."
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