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The destruction of the mycenaean palaces and the sea-peoples
I am reading about the destruction of the mycenaean palaces lately and there are a couple of theories to explain their destruction. One of those theories supposes that the sea people, who raided the ...
Mar 27 '13 at 16:43
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