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Close-kin marriage in Roman Anatolia

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Many societies have a normative preference for close-kin marriage of one or another variety. Whether this was true of any part of the Roman world has been hotly debated in recent decades. Earlier scholarship suggests that marriage between close kin may have been considerably more common in some parts of the Roman world (e.g. Egypt) than in others (e.g. the Latin West). This paper assembles the evidence for close-kin marriage throughout the Asia Minor peninsula during the Roman imperial period...

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Peer reviewed
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Department:
Oxford, HUM, Classics Faculty, Ancient History & Classical Arch
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Cambridge University Press Publisher's website
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Cambridge Classical Journal Journal website
Publication date:
2017-01-31
Acceptance date:
2016-10-28
EISSN:
2047-993X
ISSN:
1750-2705
Pubs id:
pubs:655644
URN:
uri:1b700287-b3f7-499e-b279-aca204e5a1d2
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uuid:1b700287-b3f7-499e-b279-aca204e5a1d2
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pubs:655644

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