2 edition of Hellenosemitica found in the catalog.
Michael C. Astour
Two maps inserted in pocket. Bibliography: p. -386.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 424 p. maps. ;|
|Number of Pages||424|
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Hellenosemitica: An Ethinic and Cultural Study in West Semitic Impact on Hellenosemitica book Greece. Michael C. Astour. Brill Archive, - Civilization - pages. 1 Review. Preview this book 5/5(1). Item #M E.J. Brill, Leiden,reprint In-8, xvii & pages with 2 folding maps in rear pocket.
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An exceptional work, although to a slanted agenda. Bernal builds heavily on the work of Astour, whose ''Hellenosemitica'' catalogued links between the Semitic lands and Archaic Greece, and attempted to show the Greek city-state social structure as derived from a Middle Eastern model/5(26).
Hellenosemitica: an ethnic and cultural study in West Semitic impact on Mycenaean Greece / with a foreword by Cyrus H. Gordon.
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Some people put it down after a quick glance. Others continue studying it for the rest of their lives. book Hellenosemitica: an ethnic and cultural study in west Semitic impact on Mycenaean Greece Michael Czernichow Astour, Cyrus Herzl Gordon Published in in Leiden by BrillCited by: View the profiles of people named Helen Makri.
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Cyrus Gordon Michael Astour Hellenosemitica (1). In Greek mythology Semachos was a doublet of Ikarios, the recipient of Dionysus' gift of wine, who welcomed Dionysus to Attica, with a tragic os was the founder-hero of the Athenian priestesses of Dionysus, the Semachidai.
The name could be given a Hellenic twist by linking it with machia, "battle", but M.C. Astour recommended a derivation from a Northwest Semitic word. The most notable example of an attempt to identify such influences prior to Bernal's book is the book Hellenosemitica: An Ethnic and Cultural Study in West Semitic Impact on Mycenaean Greece () by Michael Astour.Get an answer for 'What describes Helen's character in book 4 of the odyssey?
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