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By Katicic Radoslav

The best works on hand for the learn of Paleo-Balkan languages, the e-book continues to be brand new even though having been written in 1976.

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212 Download Date | 4/18/13 1:58 PM PRE-GREEK 37 cates that there was probably a substantial change and renewal of population. The next archaeologically recorded migration into the Aegean area was that at the end of the Mycenean period. This last wave of prehistoric migration can be identified with the Dorian invasion, recorded in Greek legendary history as the returning of the Heraclids to the country of their forefather. This was the last immigration of Greek-speaking tribes from the North. Such an interpretation of the archaeological evidence is confirmed by the fact that after the decipherment of Linear B by M.

The first in this series of immigrations seems to have taken place at the beginning of the Neolithic. These settlers came in great numbers to Thessaly and brought with them the art of the cultivation of the soil and of pottery making. They came from the East, from Anatolia, in all probability by the land route. The culture of Dimini in the Later Stone Age can also be inter­ preted as a trace of an onslaught from the north. 50 These conquerors came from the Danubian plains. It does not seem likely that these people ever became masters of the whole of Greece, and their sett­ lements remained enclaves.

Some non-Greek inscriptions in the indigenous script have been found also on Cyprus. 62 Here we shall present the onomastic material which formed the 5s Cf. Porr (1 853 : 451). 59 Cf. PAULY ( 1 8 8 6 : 47-). 6 ° Cf. KRETSCHMER (1 896 : 401- ; 1 927 : 68-75), HUBER (1 921), Kronasser (1 960). 61 Cf. FICK ( 1 905, 1 909). 62 These Pre-Greek Aegean texts will be considered on p. 95-6. 212 Download Date | 4/18/13 1:58 PM 42 PRE-GREEK basis for Kretschmer's doctrine and was supplemented by other scholars, such as Schachermeyr 63 and Gindin.

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