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There are no really reliable estimates for the population of Mycenaean Greece, although scholars have supplied some (more or less educated) guesses. On the more conservative end of the scale, Stanford's Mitsotakis professor Josiah Ober has written that: The population of Hellas in the Mycenaen period (including Thessaly and Crete) was somewhere in the ...


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The Catholic Church, especially in the High Middle ages, was a great aid to science. The Church even founded the modern university system. Physicists of the High Middle ages had such a profound affect on the intellectual atmosphere of Galileo, Newton, et al. that they took their discoveries as common knowledge. Some of the most famous of the pre-Galilean ...



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