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wilusa
Topic Started: May 11 2015, 01:41 AM (291 Views)
George Nicolaides
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It has currently been taken as proven in the latest literature that Wilusa = Wilios = Ilios = Hisarlęk = Troy.

But after reading this article

http://www.academia.edu/1858246/Wilusa_Rec...ng_the_Evidence

there may be room for some doubt.

What do you think?



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George Nicolaides,May 11 2015
01:41 AM
It has currently been taken as proven in the latest literature that Wilusa = Wilios = Ilios = Hisarlęk = Troy.

But after reading this article

http://www.academia.edu/1858246/Wilusa_Rec...ng_the_Evidence

there may be room for some doubt.

What do you think?

Well that is certainly a convincing paper :(
Hopefully some Luwian inscriptions will be found at Beycesultan..
So difficult to nail anything down with Homer, too..
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