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By Marietta Horster

Photographs and inscriptions point out how monks and cult group of workers observed themselves and have been considered via others. Cultural files like dedications, honorific statues and decrees are relevant to realizing how the jobs of clergymen and priestesses have been developed in social and political phrases in post-classical Athens. The techniques during this learn are either old and archaeological, and elucidate the non secular features that the cult body of workers fulfilled for town, and their notion, by way of themselves and by way of others, as voters of the polis.

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13 Generell zu den sog. Verehrungsreliefs aus dem späthellenistischen u n d kaiserzeitlichen Griechenland Schörner 2003: 33-35. 187-192. A u s A t t i k a : 555 Kat. N r . R 24 Taf. u. A n m . 31). 557 Kat. R 30 Taf. 3,1 (Epheben, für Pan, A p o l l o n , 30 Anja Klöckner den klassischen Weihreliefs die weitaus beliebtesten, i m Späthellenismus u n d vor allem i n der Kaiserzeit sind sie dagegen ausgesprochen rar. Gerade zu dieser insgesamt sehr kleinen Gruppe gehören zwei Weihungen, die für unsere Fragestellung von großem Interesse sind.

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