Hebraic Influences On Greek Civilization: Was Achilles A Jew?

Contrary to the view of many historians and scholars, it is the position of Dr. Larry S. Milner, MD, JD, MLS, that the primary source for the Eastern influence in ancient Greece was from the early Jews, rather than the Phoenician or Egyptian cultures.

Author: Dr. Larry S. Milner

Softcover, 638 pages

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Contrary to the view of many historians and scholars, it is the position of Dr. Larry S. Milner, MD, JD, MLS, that the primary source for the Eastern influence in ancient Greece was from the early Jews, rather than the Phoenician or Egyptian cultures.

The author presents cogent evidence in this book to substantiate his position that a breakaway group from the Hebrew Exodus migrated to Mycenae in the Mediterranean basin and became influential as they immersed in the Greek culture. ~~~ “Pay attention to the citations I present to you in this book. I believe that you will see that there is no question that the Classical Greek civilization was incredibly influenced by a group of staunch Hebrew emigrants, who believed in the teachings of their ancestors, and transmitted that faith to their neighbors and descendants straight through into the Classical Greek Age.”

  • Paperback: 638 pages
  • Author: Dr. Larry S. Milner
  • ISBN-13: 978-1936778478

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