Cult and Crisis: A GIS Approach to the Sacred Landscape of Hellenistic Attica

@article{Graml2019CultAC,
  title={Cult and Crisis: A GIS Approach to the Sacred Landscape of Hellenistic Attica},
  author={Constanze Graml and Manuel Hunziker and Katharina Vukadin},
  journal={Open Archaeology},
  year={2019},
  volume={5},
  pages={383 - 395}
}
Abstract From a political point of view, 3rd century BCE Athens represents a shattered unity. Parts of the Athenian countryside and even the city itself were occupied by foreign troops. This loss of control affected the city’s political, economic, social, cultural, and religious life. Since Cleisthenic times, relations between political units and religious communities had become institutionalised through specific cults. Other cult places of relevance to the larger community and therefore with a… 

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