The starting point of this research is twofold: First, the reflexion on the leading role that indigenous populations seem to play in two epigraphic greek documents recently recovered ("Cf." Santiago R.A. "Faventia 11/2", 1989, pp. 163-179), one of them in Emporion, the other in Pech Maho (France). Second, a new analysis of some of the Teos inscriptions in which the greek community of Teos appears to held its relations with the barbars on the same foot as its relations with other greek communities ("Cf." Santiago R.A. "Actas VIII CEEC", Madrid 1994, I, pp. 283-289). Leaning on these observations of epigraphic greek documents from a remarkable early date (VI-V BC) produced in both, occidental and oriental extremes of the Mediterranean Sea, the research focuses on two specific questions: 1) search, on epigraphic evidences and historical written sources, about the conceptual evolution of the
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