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(2019) - Journal articleThis chapter argues that the late first and second century CE was a period which saw important experiments with different possibilities for representing intellectual community. I look first at Plutarch’s Sympotic Questions: ...
(Routledge, 2017-09-05) - Book itemThis paper explores the interpretative strategies at work in a range of examples of ancient Greek divination. Anthropological studies indicate that contemporary divination depends not on scientific notions of objective and ...
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