By Gocha R. Tsestkhladze
This quantity offers with the idea that of 'West' and 'East', as held through the traditional Greeks. Cultural alternate in Archaic and Classical Greece in the course of the institution of Hellenic colonies round the old global used to be an immense improvement, and continuously a two-way approach. to accomplish a formal realizing of it calls for examine from each attitude. All 24 papers during this quantity mix types of facts, discussing them from each standpoint: they're tested not just from the viewpoint of the Greeks yet from that of the locals. The publication supplies new facts, in addition to re-examining current facts and reinterpreting previous theories. The booklet is richly illustrated.
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The Concept of a Royal Ownership in Scythia and Bosporus. J/IA; 1913 (49), I 62, 133 140 (in Russian). Cambridge University Press. I. 29 R O S T O V T Z K F F IN F . -L] in Clarendon Press: one on South Russia of a general character, and the other one on the economic history of Hellenism and Rome. e. not long before his departure for USA, a new letter to Minns:" 1 I am again turning to you with a request I need to reproduce a few drawings from the Izvestiya and the Reports*' Could you possibly send me for a short time .
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