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Carians
Carians The Carians (Greek Καρες Kares ... inhabitants of Caria. According to tradition, the Carians were named after Car, one of their ... Greeks, but it seems rather that the Carians were settled in the region before the ... 865), and Herodotus (1.171) recorded that Carians believed themselves to be aborigenes of ...
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Category:Carians
Category:Carians Pages in category "Carians" There are 27 pages in this section of this category. * Carians A Ada of Caria Alexander of Myndus ...
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Talk:Carians
Talk:Carians Discussed some of the info that I ...
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Leleges
... not specified. They are distinguished from the Carians, with whom some later writers confused them ... of Samos and Chios, placing the true Carians farther south from Ephesus to Miletus. If ... still surviving as serfs of the "true Carians", and even later Strabo attributes to the ... Miletus, the southern limit of the "true Carians" of Pherecydes. Plutarch also implies the historic ... the confusion of the Leleges with the Carians (immigrant conquerors akin to Lydians and ...
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Talk:Ancient Macedonian language/archive2
... Since Aeolians generally lived among Mysians, Lydians, Carians, and Phrygians, I'm wondering if that ... UTC) "Aeolians generally lived among Mysians, Lydians, Carians, and Phrygians"? This may have been true ... of Lesbos. Ain't no Mysians, Lydians, Carians and Phrygians over there. So just you ... t all live in Asia Minor. Yet, Carians, Lydians, etc., also lived on some of ... I think Herodotus even wrote that the Carians supposedly originated from the Cyclades or ...
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Mysi
... wrote that they were brethren of the Carians and Lydians (Herod. 1.171), and that ... supported by the fact that only Mysians, Carians, and Lydians were allowed to worship at ... the tradition that the eponymous figures Car (Carians), Lydus (Lydians), and Mysus (Mysians) were brothers ...
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Labraunda
... in Asia Minor was held sacred by Carians and Mysians alike. The site amid its ... Lydian king Gyges awarded it to the Carians, to commemorate Carian support in a battle ... receiving this precious, purely ritual axe, the Carians kept it in the Temple of Zeus ...
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Talk:Phaistos Disc/Archive3
... of St. Fischer's decipherment is that Carians would have destroyed the Creto-Mycenaean Culture ... would not be such the proof that Carians have destroyed the Creto-Mycenaean Culture ?.. 2 ...
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Talk:Gorgon
... Graiae I agree with ZeWrestler. Gorgons and Carians It is possible that Gorgons or Gorgones ... the "monster-mutation", through Greek mythology, of Carians and Cretans (two pirate peoples who lived ...
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Category:Indo-European peoples
... to this category. B Baltic peoples C Carians Celts G Germanic peoples I Indo-Iranian ... of this category. A Albanians Armenians C Carians D Dalmatae G Greeks H Hittites I ...
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