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|Posté le: Mer 20 Déc - 14:10 (2017) Sujet du message: The Real Location of Troy
It's just a suggestion for a relatively slight adjustment of the understanding of where exactly the city of Troy was. Here's the summary at the end:
"To recap, this theory suggests that Hisarlik was part of the first defences of a Trojan homeland that stretched far further inland than is fully appreciated now and probably included the entire valley of the Scamander and its plains... That doesn’t mean to say that most of the battles did not take place on the Plain of Troy near Hisarlik as tradition has it but this was only the Trojans ‘front garden’ as it were, yet the main Trojan territory was behind the defensive line of hills and was vastly bigger with the modern town of Ezine its capital – the real Troy."
You really need to read the full article to see why this guy concludes what he does and what evidence he points to, but that quote is just so that you know roughly what it's about.
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
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