Aegean Thrace: Early Neolithic sites that once may have existed on the coastal plain either rest on the seabed today or they have been lost to the sea

In this post we present selected parts of the very interesting paper titled “Finding the early Neolithic in Aegean Thrace: the use of cores“, by Albert J. Ammerman et al. (2007). Continue reading “Aegean Thrace: Early Neolithic sites that once may have existed on the coastal plain either rest on the seabed today or they have been lost to the sea”

Aeschylus’ “Suppliant Maidens”: Description of an ancient expedition from the Aegean towards the Eastern Mediterranean which ends with the colonization of Egypt – “Pelasgians”, “Argives” and “Hellenes” were all names of the same, autochthonous people

In this post we present and analyze excerpts from Aeschylus‘ tragedy “Suppliant Maidens” (or “Suppliant Women“). Continue reading “Aeschylus’ “Suppliant Maidens”: Description of an ancient expedition from the Aegean towards the Eastern Mediterranean which ends with the colonization of Egypt – “Pelasgians”, “Argives” and “Hellenes” were all names of the same, autochthonous people”

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