Cyrene and Apollonia
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Cyrene and Apollonia an historical guide by Richard George Goodchild

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Published by Dept. of Antiquities (Eastern Region) in [Tripoli?] .
Written in English

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Statementby Richard Goodchild.
The Physical Object
Pagination88p. ;
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18445081M

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It seems probable that the city of Apollonia, the port of Cyrene, owed its foundation to this accession of immigrants, who arrived by sea direct, and not, like the first colonists, by the circuitous land route from the Gulf of Bombay. (Grote, p. ) The lands promised to the new settlers had of course to be taken from the natives, whose.   Children of Apollo begins in the desert of Cyrenaica province, near settlements of Apollonia and the splendid city of Cyrene, both across the water from Crete. I was not able to travel to these two sites in modern Libya, but from my research they seem splendidly sited in the fertile lands near the Mediterranean. Cyrene was founded as a colony of the Greeks of Thera, traditionally led by Aristotle (later called Battus) of Thera, about BC, ten miles from its port, Apollonia (Marsa Sousa). Details concerning the founding of the city are contained in Book IV of the Histories of Herodotus.   Cyrene was founded as a colony of the Greeks of Thera, traditionally led by Aristotle (later called Battus) of Thera, about BC, .

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