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By Beate Dignas

This unique learn demanding situations the concept that sanctuaries in Hellenistic and Roman Asia Minor have been absolutely institutionalized in the poleis that hosted them. studying the sorts of interplay among rulers, towns, and sanctuaries, the publication proposes a triangular dating within which the rulers frequently acted as mediators among differing pursuits of urban and cult.

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