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The Crucial Role Religion Played in the Conquests of Alexander the Great

@inproceedings{Vandergriff2013TheCR,
  title={The Crucial Role Religion Played in the Conquests of Alexander the Great},
  author={Tomi Vandergriff},
  year={2013}
}
Tomi Vandergriff graduated from UWM in May 2013 with a bachelor's degree in Religious Studies with a focus on ancient Paganism and early Christianity. She spent a month in Morocco this summer researching maternal and infant health in Islamic societies and next year she is finishing up her degree in history as well as certificates in Ancient Mediterranean Studies and Global Studies. Tomi hopes to finish a graduate degree in History and Museum Studies and to begin a career at a museum. 

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