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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Lefebvre: Les Arsinoé de la Grèce continentale et insulaire

Ludovic Lefebvre, (2012)
"Les Arsinoé de la Grèce continentale et insulaire au IIIe siècle av. J.-C. Un exemple de Métonomasie" 
ENIM 5, p. 7-18, 14 février 2012
"Several cities of Greece decided to renew their denominations with the name of a macedonian queen in the third century BC. Two rulers were concerned: Arsinoe II Philadelphos and Arsinoe III Philopator. The act of changing its name was not insignificant for these ancestral cities. This article deals with the reasons and the consequences of this phenomenon."

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