Pelasgians In Herodotus
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- Ring Composition and Related Phenomena in Herodotus
- Earlier work on ring composition in Herodotus and other authors is certainly extensive .. both of which islands were at this time still inhabited by Pelasgians.
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- THE PELASGIANS OR PROTO-LATINS (ARIMII)
- The same happened with Attica , a simple agricultural province, which appears at the beginning of its history as a region inhabited by Pelasgians (Herodotus, lib.
- Herodotus on the Pelasgians and the Early Greeks
- Herodotus on the Pelasgians and the Early Greeks. [Herodotus, The History of Herodotus, George Rawlinson, tr., vol.
- apparently as synonymous with Pelasgian. Herodotus, like Homer, has a denotative as well as a connotative use.