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under ownership. And if they do not settle the colony, and
if the Therans cannot help them and if they suffer hardship
for five years, then they may return to their own property in
Thera from the country without fear, and be citizens.... Foundation of Cyrene - ctd … Anyone refusing to sail when the city sends him is to
be liable to the death penalty and his property to
confiscation. Any man taking him in or protecting him,
be it a father [helping] a son or a brother a brother, shall
suffer the same as the man refusing to sail.”
Decree of Cyrene
(Meiggs – Lewis, Greek Historical Inscriptions, lines 24-40) “I am the cup of Nestor, good
to drink from.
Whoever drinks from me at
once be seized by desire of
fair-crowned Aphrodite.” Selinus (Selinunte) Akragas (Agrigento) Greeks and indigenous people
Collaboration, confluence and demon...
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