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An obtainable and authoritative assessment shooting the energy and variety of scholarship that exists at the transformative period of time often called overdue antiquity.

•Provides an important evaluate of present scholarship on overdue antiquity -- from among the accession of Diocletian in advert 284 and the top of Roman rule within the Mediterranean

•Comprises 39 essays from many of the world's prime students of the period

•Presents this once-neglected interval as an age of robust transformation that formed the trendy global

•Emphasizes the relevant significance of faith and its reference to financial, social, and political life

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At a number of settlement sites (Nichoria included), metals appear to have been used for only a limited part of their potential range of functions, and although one should not underestimate the problems of recovery, finds of metal goods of all types are largely confined to graves and élite residences. 24 The choice of subjects represented by figurines is also revealing. Bronze and terracotta oxen and sheep may represent pastoral interests, and their dedication may reflect a desire for continued successful husbandry.

14) 185– 97). Spartan lead figurines at Tegea: Dugas (supra n. 19) 428–9; Voyatzis (supra n. 14) 274–81. Alroth, Greek Gods and Figurines (Uppsala 1989). Rolley, Trépieds géométriques de bronze. Analyses complémentaires’, BCH 110 (1986) 121–36. Athletes and Oracles, 194–203. Athletes and Oracles, 28–30. Isthmia: Broneer, Gebhard (supra n. 6). Zeus as agriculture god: Langdon (supra n. Swaddling, The Ancient Olympic Games (London 1980) 12. Simon, Festivals of Attica (Madison 1983) 105–8, most Attic festivals originated as agricultural celebrations; cf.

I. Freeman, Corinth I (2): Architecture (Cambridge, Mass. 1941) ch. Roebuck, ‘Excavation at Corinth’, Hesperia 24 (1955) 153–7; H. Robinson, ‘Excavations at Temple Hill’, ArchDelt 26 (1971) B1, 100. Wesenberg, ‘Thermos B1’, AA 1982, 149–57. Delphi: infra n. 65. 2; Pindar, Pyth. 7. 8 Coulton (supra n. Seiler, Die griechische Tholos (Mainz 1986) 89–103. Hornblower, Mausolus (Oxford 1982) 280–93. Dinsmoor, The Architecture of Ancient Greece, 3rd edn, rev. de la Coste-Messelière, Au Musée de Delphes (Paris 1936) passim.

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