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Colony and community on the edge of empires: new books on Dura-Europos

  • Nigel Pollard (a1)


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Pollard, N. 2004. Roman material culture across imperial frontiers? Three case studies from Parthian Dura-Europos, in Colvin, Stephen (ed.) The Greco-Roman East: politics, culture, society (Yale Classical Studies 31): 119–44.
Pollard, N. 2007. Colonial and cultural identities in Parthian and Roman Dura-Europos, in Alston, R. & Lieu, S.N.C. (ed.) Aspects of the Roman East: papers in honour of Professor Fergus Millar FBA (Studia Antiqua Australiensia 3): 81102.
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Colony and community on the edge of empires: new books on Dura-Europos

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