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Homerica. I. The Achaeans

  • T. W. Allen

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page 233 note 1 J.H.S., 1910, 292 sqg.

page 233 note 2 The same view was held in antiquity: schol. Ap. Rhod. I. 430 [OD. 151].

page 235 note 1 The Δαναοí also have Egyptian warrant (Hall, I.c., p. 175). I have endeavoured (Classical Quarterly, 1909, 81 sqq.) to explain the third appellative 'Λργῖ (which has no monumental evidence,) as a political derivative from the Agamemnonian Argos. My article, which was written under the prepossessions of a follower of Mr. Ridgeway, requires some modification. The statistics of Delia Seta (Acc. d. Lincei, xvi. 133 sqq.) prove nothing, except that’ Achi;αιοι is the most, Δαναοι the least, frequent term.

page 235 note 2 The post – Dorian usages of the name (Phthiotis, the north coast of Peloponnesus, the Achaean colonies) are derivative. I confess I see no real explanation of the application of the name to the Peloponnesian Riviera.

Homerica. I. The Achaeans

  • T. W. Allen

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