Skip to comments.On a mission to explore deepest Lycia Where Greek language has left its mark
Posted on 12/30/2005 11:40:22 AM PST by SunkenCiv
Oenoanda, as well as Cibyra and Bubona, belong to the northern section of the area, which in antiquity was known by the name of Lycia. No populations from mainland Greece ever settled there, but the Greek language flourished in these lands as much as in Ionia and Aeolis. The local population had already ceased using Lycian from the fourth century BC but never stopped emphasizing their origins and traditions. The Lycian people, as they called themselves, considered themselves part of Hellenism, but unique thanks to their Lycian characteristics. The Mediterranean once favored composite, cosmopolitan identities.
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The House of David (not the vanished religious sect by that name) | circa 2002 | David R Ross
Posted on 11/26/2004 7:32:25 PM PST by SunkenCiv
Etruscan Demons, Monsters Unearthed
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Posted on 11/05/2003 8:18:48 AM PST by blam
Lycian Influence To The Indian Cave Temples
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Posted on 07/11/2005 10:37:19 PM PDT by SunkenCiv
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Tried to access the Etruscan Demons, Monsters Unearthed but the url had been pulled.
are you sure? Worked for me.
The Wayback Machine has nothing, so try this:
Sorry, I was looking for pictures of the Etruscan Demons & Monsters that had been Unearthed.
Fascinating story. Thanks for posting this!
Of course Turkey continues its rampage and destruction of artifacts especially those which point to the millenia old Greek presence.
Turkey builds dams which flood ancient sites, something that is a problem in many countries in the world.
I hope the monsters and demons were dead, and not just hibernating. ;')
Turkey builds dams which flood ancient sites..
Destroy ancient sites, obliterating the memories of cultures and peoples who they have destroyed, commit genocides and deny deny deny...typical Muslims.
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