5 edition of Architecture de lArgolide aux IVe et IIIe siècles avant J.-C. found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||E. de Boccard|
|Publishers||E. de Boccard|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|2||Bibliothèque des écoles françaises dAthènes et de Rome -- 199|
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Another final battle was fought at the Echinades Islands off the coast of Aitolia where the loss of ships to the Greek alliance was significant enough to finally end Greek naval power in the Aegean.
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by: Kepinski-Lecomte, Christine 1950- Published: 1982• by: Gonnet, Hatice Published: 1975• A number of different solu- tions have been suggested, often diverging significantly from what Diodorus actually wrote. txt Content type MARC source rdacontent Contents Text -- Portfolio of plates Control code 847407 Dimensions 29 cm. For historians attempting to reconstruct the chronology and events of the Lamian War there is precious little information.
by: Shields, Kirsteen Published: 2011• Athenian independence was lost despite efforts by Athens and its Aetolian allies to free themselves from Macedonian domination after the death of Alexander the Great. : construction du temple dEdfou. by: Kepinski-Lecomte, Christine 1950- Published: 1982• Etat : Lettres : Paris : 1957 Contenu : Vol. nc Carrier MARC source rdacarrier Content category text Content type code• It is not even clear whether the engagement at the Echinades was a separate battle or whether it is included in the two Linguistic arguments arise because Diodorus does not specifically say the engage- ment at the Echinades Islands was a battle and it could have been a skirmish not large enough to constitute a full scale battle.
Extent 483 pages Lccn 79418427 Media category unmediated Media MARC source rdamedia Media type code•
Cependant, afin de contribuer aux recherches sur ce theme pour le nord de la France, ils presentent quelques ensembles funeraires structure des necropoles, rites funeraires, implications sociales de l'Artois datant des IVe et IIIe s.
I will present a solution that is securely rooted in his text: Dio- dorus was correct in situating one of the battles at the Echinades in Aitolia and the order of events he gives, implying that this engagement was the last, is also accurate.
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by: Kepinski-Lecomte, Christine 1950- Published: 1982• 199 320 a Index 327 a Vol.
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