The Hittites and the Aegean World: Part 2. Archaeological Comments on Ahhiyawa-Achaians in Western Anatolia

@article{Mellink1983TheHA,
  title={The Hittites and the Aegean World: Part 2. Archaeological Comments on Ahhiyawa-Achaians in Western Anatolia},
  author={Machteld J. Mellink},
  journal={American Journal of Archaeology},
  year={1983},
  volume={87},
  pages={138 - 141}
}
  • M. Mellink
  • Published 1 April 1983
  • Art
  • American Journal of Archaeology
L'A. resume les donnees archeologiques en leur appliquant l'hypothese: Ahhiyawa = Acheens. Periode de Tudhaliyas II et d'Arnuwandas I, ca. 1450-1430 av. J.-C. Ere de Mursil II, ca. 1330-1300 av. J.-C. Ere de Hattusil III, ca. 1275-1250 av. J.-C. Ere de Tudhaliyas IV, ca. 1250 av. J.-C. L'hypothese Ahhiyawa = Acheens, et Millawanda Milet parait s'accorder avec l'archeologie. 

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