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Athenian Myths and Festivals

Athenian Myths and Festivals

Moving out from a particular problem about a particular Athenian festival, the late Christiane Sourvinou-Inwood investigates central questions concerning Athenian festivals and the myths that underlay them. This is the final work of an iconic figure among students of Greek religion.

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