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STŘEDNĚ HELLADSKÁ OTÁZKA V SVĚTLE NOVÝCH ARCHEOLOGICKÝCH OBJEVŮ

Josef Hejnic
Listy filologické / Folia philologica
Roč. 83, Čís. 2 (1960), pp. 189-198
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23463420
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Abstract

The author sequently pays attention to the archeological situation in Thessalia (page 29–32), construction technique and burial rite (page 32–33 and 189) and to the archeological situation in Mycenae (page 190–191). Further on are investigated the theories about the coming of middle-helladic population, which have been used until now. It is necessary to relinquish the opinion that this population came on the beginning of the second millenium to Greece from the north, from Balkan. More probably is the Mellaart's theory that this population came to Greece over the sea from the north-west Asia Minor. But it is impossible to say that in that time this population was already of Greek origin.

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