- n. Plural form of Pelasgian.
“The Pelasgians were the oldest if not the aboriginal inhabitants of Greece.”
“They had very little respect for other people's rights, and they killed the natives of the Greek peninsula (who were called the Pelasgians) and stole their farms and took their cattle and made their wives and daughters slaves and wrote endless songs praising the courage of the clan of the Achæans, who had led the Hellenic advance-guard into the mountains of Thessaly and the Peloponnesus.”
“The Pelasgians were a very ancient race, of whom only traces existed in Greece in historic times.”
“Sicelus migrated from Rome southward to the Pelasgians, that is, the”
“Whether the Etruscans were the same people whom the Greeks called Pelasgians, as many investigators now hold: whether the earliest Roman city was in any true sense an Etruscan one: these are questions on the answers to which it is not as yet safe to build further hypotheses.”
“On the Trojan as well as on the Greek side were people called Pelasgians, who seem to have lived on both shores of the sea.”
“From all this it appears that the Pelasgians were the ancient occupants of nearly all Greece; that they were probably of the same stock as their”
“Ikaria has been inhabited since at least 7000 B.C. when it was inhabited by the Neolithic pre-hellenic people that Greeks called Pelasgians.”
“Some Basque thinkers use the term Euzko to name their people and those who are related to them or have the same origin from their DNA and cultural ties, such as the Etruscans, Scots, Scandinavians, Celts, Irish, Welsh, Gauls, Thracians, and Pelasgians”
“There is also a small Chalcidian element; but the greater number are Tyrrheno-Pelasgians once settled in Lemnos and”
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