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Old 04-20-2021, 11:13 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by Amphipolis View Post
Eeh... traditional chronology in Greece starts at 776 BC. I don't think there are any sources setting ANY event 248(!) years before the beginning of time.

Just, HOW do you find this shit?
Well, Sir William Ridgeway was an accomplished and respected classical scholar. He contributed articles to the Encyclopedia Biblica (1903), Encyclopędia Britannica (1911) and wrote The Origin of Metallic Currency and Weight Standards (1892), and The Early Age of Greece (1901) which were significant works in Archaeology and Anthropology.

http://ellines-albanoi.blogspot.com/?m=1

What do you think of the assertion that Thessalians were Illyrians?

Another book is cited there (from 1921), "A Companion to Latin Studies":

"...whilst there is no doubt that the Thessali, who gave their name to Thessaly, and the Dorians themselves, were Illyrian tribes."

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