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As I began reading this book I found that it is amazing how so many historians whether they may be researching Grecian history or any other country It seems that they all or the majority has different opinions on their findings Therefore it puzzles me to what is fable and what is fact In many cases some things are yet to be seen Even the ancients them selves seem to be uncertain Even through glimpses of links connecting them with there past They to argued about what was fact and what was fable It appears that the country Helene that in imitation of the Romans came to be known as Hellas we now call India I found it amazing how the progress of time came through the names of the following Originally the city Thessaly built by Hellen son of Deucalion next Phthiotis Thessaly all of Greece except of Peloponnesos sometimes of Macedonia now thessaly it self sometimes of Epeirous and then all of Greece was within Aegean and all these countries were inhabited by Greeks It would appear that the most annuitant Pelosgia left from the race whose first people occupied that part of Europe There does seem to be one fact established that the Hellenes were not the first who occupied Greece they came after a number of tribes of the Pelasgion origin No one really knows there are many arguments about this as well I found it funny or odd that these discussions would be dismissed when an agreement could be met however they would easily remove the difficulty by coming to an agreement by inventing a hero or demigod that suited everyones purpose So as earlier mentioned from Hellen they agreed on the name of Hellenes also Heracleidae came to be known as Heracles and Ionians as Ion and Pelasgos the son of Zeus Up to this point there was little information to guide us although there was always
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