Paperback / softback
January 1, 2000
9789639116429
English
350
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6.10 Inches (US)
1.8 Pounds (US)
$105.00 USD
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Foreword to The Past

A Cultural History of the Baltic People

Over time at least four meanings have been attributed to the term 'Baltic' - drawing on thirty years of extensive research, Foreword to the Past is the first modern introduction to the enigma of the Baltic origins and the self-identification of the Baltic people. The book is divided into three distinctive parts: the first part recounts the history of the Baltic peoples relying on archaeological sources; the second part provides an objective linguistic history and a description of the Baltic languages; the third part provides an original and fresh insight into mythology in the ancient history of the Baltic peoples.

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