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A Great King at Mycenae. An Argument for the wanax as Great King and the lawagetas as vassal ruler.

Abstract:

The position of the wanax in the Mycenaean world is often perceived as that of a local monarch, ruling from a palatial centre and controlling (to a large extent) the surrounding region. Territorially speaking, that region does generally not exceed its natural border, such as large rivers or major mountain ranges, and can be compared in size to most modern day nomes / provinces. Although these Mycenaean Kingdoms in a cultural respect appear to have been essentially the same, most archaeologist...

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University of Oxford
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Unknown
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Author
Publisher:
Lockwood Press Publisher's website
Journal:
Palamedes: A Journal of Ancient History Journal website
Volume:
3
Issue:
1
Pages:
49-74
Publication date:
2008-01-01
ISSN:
1896-8244
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pubs:407410
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uuid:43531cba-06cf-425c-a6d0-a072e9b34985
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pubs:407410
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407410
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2013-09-26

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