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With contributions by
Niels Andreasen, Søren Dietz, Hedvig von Ehrenheim, Martin S. Harbsmeier, Christian Høgel, Jacob Isager, Bjørn Lovén, Jesper Majbom Madsen, Mads Møller Nielsen, Nota Pantzou, Dimitris C. Papadopoulos, Helle Salskov Roberts, Maria Stavropoulou-Gatsi, Ingrid Strøm, Annette Højen Sørensen and Olga Zolotnikova
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Periodical from the Danish Institute at Athens publishing results of Danish archaeological field work in Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean and studies by Danish and international scholars working within the same thematic and geographical field of research.
This volume includes field reports from Kalydon and the Zea harbour of Athens, and studies in e.g. Ancient Greek polyandry, Mithridates VI as Rome's perfect enemy and sophistic literature.
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