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Aegean InteractionsDelos and its Networks in the Third Century$
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Christy Constantakopoulou

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780198787273

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: July 2017

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198787273.001.0001

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Aegean Interactions
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Christy Constantakopoulou

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198787273.003.0006

This chapter provides a summary of the previous case studies. It discusses the four networks examined over the course of the book,. The first case study explores the history of the Islanders’ League. It proposes that the League is the expression of a strong regional island identity. The second case study focuses on the history of monumentalization of Delos. By exploring the different funding sources for building activity on Delos, it shows the active engagement of the Delian community, the Hellenistic kings, and other non-royal individuals in the monumentalization processes. The third case study examines the Delian network of honours which was geographically immense, with the southern Aegean as the primary region of local interaction, and with specific clustering beyond this primary region. The fourth case study focuses on the evidence of the Delian inventories in order to reconstruct the social dynamics of dedication.

Keywords:   Hellenistic Delos, regionalism, Aegean Sea, Delian epigraphy, networks

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