Palamedes: A Journal of Ancient History 8, 2013

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Ukazał się kolejny rocznik czasopisma Palamedes (8, 2013). 

CONTENTS:

Olga Drewnowska, À propos de la religion paléo-babylonienne d’Ešnunna: y a-t-il une différence entre le culte royal et le culte personnel? 5

Emanuel Pfoh, Loyal servants of the King: a political anthropology of subordination in syria-palestine (ca. 1600–600 bce). 25

Paweł Janiszewski, Panther – the father of Jesus and the panther from the Book of Hosea. 43

Benedetto Bravo, Un biglietto per la vendita di uno schiavo (Phanagoreia, 500–450 a.C.) e un katadesmos pubblicato a torto come una lettera (territorio di Olbia Pontica, ca.400 a.C.). 61

Chiara Matarese, Proskynēsis and the Gesture of the Kiss at Alexander’s court: the creation of a new élite. 75

Leopold Hess, Functions of Polemic in the Composition of Polybius, books I–V. 87

Brian A. Krostenko, Etymologizing the Convivium: Varro’s Nescis quid Vesper serus vehatJ. 113

Paweł Sawiński, Marcus Agrippa: Collega Imperii or successor to Augustus? The succession issue between 23 and 12 BC. 141

Reviews
Matthew R.Christ, The Limits of Altruism in Democratic Athens, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012 (Rafał Matuszewski) 155

Takashi Fuji, Imperial Cult and Imperial Representation in Roman Cyprus, Heidelberg: Franz Steiner Verlag 2013 (Joanna Wegner) 161

Gereon Siebigs, Kaiser Leo. Das oströmische Reich in den ersten drei Jahren seiner Regierung (457–460 n. Chr.) (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde, Bd.276), Berlin-New York2010, Walter de Gruyter GmbH& Co.KG, Bd. 1–2 (Jan T. Prostko-Prostyński) 171

Ancient studies in Poland: Recent books of interest 175

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Palamedes editorial office: Institute of History, University of Warsaw, Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28, 00-927 Warsaw, Poland. E-mail: palamedes@uw.edu.pl

Published on behalf of the University of Warsaw by Lockwood Press, Palamedes is a journal devoted to ancient history. The fora where, within the frames of cultural history broadly defined, ancient historians, classical philologists, archaeologists, jurists, and epigraphists can meet with their Orientalist and Egyptological counterparts are still extremely rate. Palamedes seeks to provide such a forum.