The topography of Athens. With some remarks on its by William Martin Leake

By William Martin Leake

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AS inquiries into the topography and an tiquities of Athens require a widespread connection with the primeval historical past of the Athenians, and to their mythology, which differed in lots of re spects from that of the remaining 'of Greece, it's' meant, in a couple of initial pages, to keep in mind to the reader's recollection these elements of the historical past of Athens, even if actual or fantastic, that are most crucial to the elucidation of its topography and antiquities. the rest of this creation could be dedicated to a speedy view of the revolutionary damage of historical Athens, and of these monuments of paintings, which have been its extraordinary distinction.

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