The Lukka Problem-And a Possible Solution

@article{Bryce1974TheLP,
  title={The Lukka Problem-And a Possible Solution},
  author={Trevor Bryce},
  journal={Journal of Near Eastern Studies},
  year={1974},
  volume={33},
  pages={395 - 404}
}
  • T. Bryce
  • Published 1 October 1974
  • Philosophy
  • Journal of Near Eastern Studies
COMME BEAUCOUP DE PROBLEMES ASSOCIES AVEC LA GEOGRAPHIE DE L'ANATOLIE AU II MILL. AV. J.-C., LA QUESTION DE LA LOCALISATION DE LUKKA EST TRES DISCUTEE. DEUX GROUPES DE POPULATION LUKKA AURAIENT EXISTE, L'UN DANS LE VOISINAGE DE LYCAONIA, L'AUTRE EN CARIE. LYCAONIA POURRAIT AVOIR ETE LE LIEU D'ORIGINE DE CE PEUPLE DONT UNE PARTIE SE SERAIT ENSUITE DEPLACEE VERS L'OUEST, PEUT-ETRE, LE LONG DE LA VALLEE DU MEANDRE, POUR S'ETABLIR LE LONG DE LA COTE EGEENNE. 
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