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Series: Aarhus studies in Mediterranean antiquity

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Meals in a Social Context: Aspects of the Communal Meal in the Hellenistic and Roman World by Inge Nielsen1
Essays on Plato's Republic (Aarhus Studies in Mediterranean Antiquity , No 2) by Erik Nis Ostenfeld2
Greek Romans and Roman Greeks: Studies in Cultural Interaction (Studies in Mediterranean Antiquity, 3) by Erik Ostenfeld3
Cultic theatres and ritual drama : a study in regional development and religious interchange between East and West in antiquity by Inge Nielsen4
Images of Ancestors (Aarhus Studies in Mediterranean Antiquity) by Jakob Munk Højte5
Aspects of Ancient Greek Cult: Context, Ritual and Iconography by Jesper Tae Jensen8
Alexandria: A Cultural and Religious Melting Pot (Aarhus Studies in Mediterranean Antiquity) by George Hinge9
Patrons and Viewers in Late Antiquity (Aarhus Studies in Mediterranean Antiquity) by Stine Birk10
Depicting the Dead: Self-Representation and Commemoration on Roman Sarcophagi with Portraits (Aarhus Studies in Mediterranean Antiquity) by Stine Birk11
Making and Breaking the Gods: Christian Responses to Pagan Sculpture in Late Antiquity (Aarhus Studies in Mediterranean Antiquity) by Troels Myrup Kristensen12

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