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B. G. Kent, Old Persian (New Haven 1953) or R. Schmitt, The Bisitun Inscription of Darius the Great: Old Persian Text (London 1991) or P. W. B. M. 1994: ‘Herodotus, the “Early State”, and Lydia’. Historia 43, 246–49. Baltzer, D. ’. WdO 7, 86–95. A. 1989: The Reign of Nabonidus, King of Babylon (556–539 BC) (New Haven /London). -R. 1975: ‘Der Kyros-Zylinder mit dem Zusatzfragment BIN II Nr 32 und die akkadischen Namen im Danielbuch’. ZA 64, 192–234. Borger, R. 1996: Beiträge zum Inschriftenwerk Assurbanipals (Wiesbaden).

1989: The Reign of Nabonidus, King of Babylon (556–539 BC) (New Haven /London). -R. 1975: ‘Der Kyros-Zylinder mit dem Zusatzfragment BIN II Nr 32 und die akkadischen Namen im Danielbuch’. ZA 64, 192–234. Borger, R. 1996: Beiträge zum Inschriftenwerk Assurbanipals (Wiesbaden). Brosius, M. 2000: The Persian Empire from Cyrus II to Artaxerxes I (London). C. 1988: ‘The Medikos Logos of Herodotus and the evolution of the Median state’. AchHist 3, 71–86. Calmeyer, P. 1987: ‘Zur Genese altiranischer Motiven, VIII: Die Staatliche Landcharte des Perserreiches—Nachträge und Korrekturen’.

21. See, in particular, Lombardo 1992, 10–11/59; 2002, with an extensive further bibliography. 43 These were probably open settlements; as yet, Iron Age fortifications have rarely been attested. The absence of contemporary funerary evidence is equally conspicuous, a factor that complicates considerably the study of social phenomena in Salento communities. e. untraceable, rituals. Formal burials did not emerge until the late 7th/6th century BC. Initially, however, it occurred in such small numbers that we can only conclude that large segments of the local populations continued to be buried with traditional rites for a long time.

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