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Seeing Double in Seleucid Babylonia : Rereading the Borsippa Cylinder of

@inproceedings{Antiochus2014SeeingDI,
  title={Seeing Double in Seleucid Babylonia : Rereading the Borsippa Cylinder of},
  author={I Antiochus},
  year={2014}
}
For the past couple of decades scholarship on Hellenistic Babylonia has emphasized the vitality, deep-rootedness, and permanence of local cultural traditions and economic structures.1 Excavations and the ongoing publication of cuneiform archives are bringing to light the flourishing of Babylonian science and historiography, the daily practices of cult, household, and trade, and the uninterrupted endurance of ancient kinship groups.2 With this has developed a counterimage of the limited impact… 
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