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A n , 494 ff. On the Homeric Catalogue as a Mycehaean document see D. Page, History and the Homeric Iliad, Berkeley 1959, 120ff. 5 On this see Biirchner, ZL, 30. Paton, CL, is the only scholar to my knowledge who has emphasized the importance of an answer to the problems recapitulated here. I n recent studies of the problem of Ionian migration Leros is not mentioned (Sakcllariou, op. ; C. Roebuck, Ionian Trade and Colonization, New York 1959). 7 Bericht VZ, Znt. C o n g ~Arch. (1940) 327 A. 3.
I n recent studies of the problem of Ionian migration Leros is not mentioned (Sakcllariou, op. ; C. Roebuck, Ionian Trade and Colonization, New York 1959). 7 Bericht VZ, Znt. C o n g ~Arch. (1940) 327 A. 3. Miletos, 1590 ff. (Hiller v. Gartringen). 125. 11FGH I, p. ; FGrHist I, 3 T3. 12For a full discussion of this point see Abhundlungen zur griechischen Geschichischrerbutzg von Felix Jacoby (ed. H. Bloch), Leiden 1956, 129-136 (reprint of article "The First Athenian Prose Writer" in Mnemosyne Ser.
In addition, there are the usual amphorae from the sea and several Roman and Byzantine pots. Sculpture. The most important object of the collection is the fragment of relief (Inv. 2) which has been published by Samarkos (Pai). A more detailed publication is promised by Dr. G. Konstantinopoulos, who for this reason refused me permission to obtain any photographs of the piece. As can be seen from the rather poor plate in Pai, there is represented a bearded, well-groomed middle aged man, clothed in a voluminous hirnation.
Ancient Leros by Jack Leonard Benson