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By Jean-Claude Poursat

Nouvelle histoire de l’Antiquité

1. Jean-Claude Poursat, La Grèce préclassique. Des origines à los angeles fin du VIe siècle
2. Edmond Lévy, La Grèce au Ve siècle. De Clisthène à Socrate
3. Pierre Carlier, Le IVe Siècle grec. Jusqu’à l. a. mort d’Alexandre
4. Pierre Cabanes, Le Monde Hellénistique. De l. a. mort d’Alexandre à l. a. paix d’Apamée (323-188 av. J.-C.)
5. Claude Vial, Les Grecs. De l. a. paix d’Apamée à l. a. bataille d’Actium (188-31 av J.-C.)
6. Agnès Rouveret, Rome avant l’impérialisme
7. Jean-Michel David, La République romaine. Da l. a. deuxième guerre punique à l. a. bataille d’Actium (218-3 av. J-C.)
8. Patrick Le Roux, Le Haut-Empire romain en Occident. D’Auguste aux Sévères (31 av. J.-C.-235 apr. J.-C.)
9. Maurice Sartre, Le Haut-Empire romain. Les provinces de Méditerranée orientale d’Auguste aux Sévères
10. Jean-Michel Carrié, Aline Rousselle, L’Empire romain en mutation. Des Sévères à Constantin (192-337 apr. J.-C.)

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Hissarlik : voir Troie, 1. Histria (Pont-Euxin), 1. Huelva (Andalousie), 1. Hyampolis (Phocide), 1. Hysiai (Argolide), 1. Ialysos (Rhodes), 1. Ida, mont (Crète), 1, 2, three. Illyrie, 1, 2. Ionie, 1, 2, three, four, five, 6, 7-8, nine, 10, eleven, 12, thirteen, 14. Ios (Cyclades), 1. Iria (Argolide), 1, 2. Ischia (Italie), 1, 2, three. Isthme de Corinthe, 1, 2. Isthmia (Corinthie), 1. Ithaque (îles Ioniennes), 1, 2, three, four, five, 6. Jouktas, mont (Crète), 1, 2. Kalapodi (Phocide), 1, 2, three, four, five, 6. Kalymnos (Dodécanèse), 1. Karanovo (Thrace), 1. Karphi (Crète), 1. Kastanas (Macédoine), 1. Kastri (Cythère), 1. Kastritsa (Épire), 1. Katô Symi (Crète), 1, 2. Kavousi (Crète), 1, 2, three, four. Kéos (Cyclades), 1, 2, three, 4-5, 6, 7, eight, nine, 10, eleven, 12, thirteen, 14, 15. Képhala (Kéos), 1, 2. Kiapha Thiti (Attique), 1, 2. Klithi (Épire), 1. Kokkinopilos (Épire), 1. Kolonna (Égine), 1, 2-3, four. Kom el-Hetan (Égypte), 1. Kommos (Crète), 1, 2, three, four, five. Korakou (Corinthie), 1, 2. Krisa (Phocide), 1, 2. Kydônia : voir los angeles Canée (Crète), 1, 2, three. Kyra Panagia (Sporades du Nord), 1, 2, three. Kythnos (Cyclades), 1. los angeles Canée : voir Kydônia (Crète), 1, 2, three, four. Laconie (Péloponnèse), 1, 2, three, four, five, 6, 7, eight. Lampsaque (Hellespont), 1. Languedoc, 1. Lassithi (Crète), 1, 2. Laurion (Attique), 1, 2, three. Lefkandi (Eubée), 1, 2, three, four, 5-6, 7-8, nine, 10, 11-12, thirteen, 14, 15, sixteen. Lélantine, plaine (Eubée), 1. Lemnos (Égée du Nord-Est), 1, 2, three. Léontinoi (Sicile), 1, 2. Lerne (Argolide), 1, 2, 3-4, five, 6, 7, eight, nine, 10. Lesbos (Égée du Nord-Est), 1, 2, three, four, five. Leucade (îles Ioniennes), 1. Leuctres (Béotie), 1. Lilybée (Sicile), 1. Litharès (Béotie), 1. Locres Épizéphyrienne (Italie du Sud), 1, 2, three. Locride (Grèce centrale), 1, 2. Lydie (Anatolie), 1, 2, three, four, five. Macédoine, 1, 2, three, 4-5, 6, 7, eight, nine, 10, eleven. Magnésie (Ionie), 1, 2. Mainakè (Espagne), 1. Malia (Crète), 1, 2, three, four, five, 6, 7, eight, nine. Malte, 1. Malthi (Messénie), 1. Manika (Eubée), 1, 2. Marathon (Attique), 1. Mari (Mésopotamie), 1, 2. Markiani (Amorgos), 1. Marsa Matruh (Égypte), 1. Marseille (Gaule), 1, 2, three. Marsigliana d’Albegna (Sardaigne), 1. Médéon (Phocide), 1. Mégara Hyblaea (Sicile), 1. Mégare (Mégaride), 1, 2, three, four, five, 6. Mélos (Cyclades), 1, 2, three, four, five, 6, 7, eight, nine, 10, eleven. Messara, plaine (Crète), 1, 2, three, four. Messénie (Péloponnèse), 1, 2, three, four, five, 6, 7, eight, nine, 10, eleven, 12, thirteen, 14, 15, sixteen, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24. Métaponte (Italie du Sud), 1. Midéa (Argolide), 1, 2, three. Milet (Ionie), 1, 2, three, four, five, 6, 7, eight, nine, 10. Monastiraki (Crète), 1. Motyé (Sicile), 1. Mycènes (Argolide), 1, 2, 3-4, five, 6, 7, eight, nine, 10, 11-12, thirteen, 14, 15, sixteen, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22-23. Mylai (Sicile), 1. Myrtos (Crète), 1, 2, three. Mytilène (Lesbos), 1, 2. Naucratis (Égypte), 1, 2-3. Nauplie (Argolide), 1, 2, three. Naxos (Cyclades), 1, 2, three, four, five, 6. Naxos (Sicile), 1, 2. Néa Nikomédia (Macédoine), 1. Némée (Argolide), 1, 2, three, four. Nichoria (Messénie), 1, 2, three, 4-5. Nubie, 1. Olympie (Élide), 1, 2, three, four, five, 6, 7, eight, nine, 10, eleven, 12. Orchomène (Béotie), 1, 2, three, four. Palaikastro (Crète), 1, 2. Pangée, mont (Macédoine), 1, 2. Paphos (Chypre), 1, 2. Parga (Épire), 1. Parion (Hellespont), 1. Paroikia (Paros), 1.

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