By Mogens Herman Hansen, Thomas Heine Nielsen

This can be the 1st lexicon of all identifiable Greek urban states of the Archaic and Classical sessions (c.650-325 BC). in this time, the jap Mediterranean used to be ruled by way of Greeks who shared an id in keeping with language, faith, and traditions; in spite of the fact that, the Greek international was once divided politically into a few 1,500 urban states, every one inclusive of an city middle with its rapid hinterland. This booklet comprises descriptions of 1,035 of those urban states, prepared quarter through zone.

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