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Advances in Ancient Black Sea Studies: Historiography, Archaeology and Religion. The Proceedings of the International Symposium, Constanţa, August 20-24, 2018

Cluj-Napoca: Mega Publishing House, 2019.
Academic editor: V. Cojocaru, L. Ruscu, T. Castelli, A. Pázsint.

This volume collects 26 papers authored by lading experts from nine European culntries. It presents a wide range of the latest advances in the study of the ancient Black Sea in Greek and Roman times, with a focus on scholarly traditions, archaeology and religion. All the contributions address current debates about texts, epigraphy, numismatics, and iconography, as well as archaeological discoveries. They provide oppotunities to share perspectives, new methods and grameworks for future research. At the same teime, this book is in line with the efforts in recen years to bridge the large gap between the scholarly traditions of West and East in order to absorb, interpret and integrate the constant flow of new information about the Black Sea region into mainstream western classical scholarship.

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Advances in Ancient Black Sea Studies: Historiography, Archaeology and Religion. The Proceedings of the International Symposium, Constanţa, August 20-24, 2018