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Heather D. Baker (University of Vienna)

The Image of the City in Hellenistic Babylonia

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Omar Coloru (University of Pisa, Collège de France)

Alexander the Great and Iskander Zul-Qarnayn: Memory, Myth and Representation of a Conqueror from Iran to NW India.

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Andrew Erskine (University of Edinburgh)

The View from the Old World: Contemporary Perspectives on Hellenistic Culture.

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Eleni Fassa (University of Athens)

Shifting Conceptions of the Divine: Sarapis as Part of Ptolemaic Egypt’s Social Imaginary.

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Gilles Gorre (University Rennes 2 Haute-Bretagne)

The Change of Identity of the Egyptian Priesterhood in Ptolemaic Egypt.

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Sylvie Honigman (Tel Aviv University)

Jews as the Best of All Greeks: Cultural Competition in the Literary Works of Alexandrian Jews in Hellenistic Times.

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Deniz Kaptan (University of Nevada, Reno)

Déjà Vu: Visual Imagery and the Local Elite in Asia Minor at the Dawn of the Hellenistic Rule.

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Ann Kuttner (University of Pennsylvania)

An Asia for Asian? Attalid and Seleukid Visual Acculturation in Anatolia and Mid-East.

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Rachel Mairs (Brown)

The Hellenistic Far East: From the Oikoumene to the Community.

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Christian Marek (University of ZurichUZH)

Political Institutions and the Lycian and Carian Language in the Process of Hellenization Between the Achaemenids and the Early Diadochs.

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Christoph Michels (RWTH Aachen University)

Peer Polity Interaction and the Spread of Greek Polis Institutions in Hellenistic Cappadocia.

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Onno Van Nijf (University of Groningen)

Sport and the City.

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Jessica L. Nitschke (Waseda University, Tokyo)

Interculturality in Image and Cult in the Hellenistic Levant: Problems of Approach and Interpretation.

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Rolf Strootman (Utrecht University)

Babylonian, Macedonian, King of the World: The Antiochos Cylinder from Borsippa and Seleukid Imperial Integration.

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Martin Zimmermann (University of MunichLMU)

The Formation of the Early Hellenistic Polis in Lycia: Between Local Identity and Hellenistic "Koine".

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