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Family matters: the interpretation of Lycian "Funerary Banquet" reliefs

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A distinct Lycian culture flourished in southwestern Asia Minor from the late sixth to the late fourth century BC. The majority of extant evidence for this culture is archaeological, and is primarily restricted to sepulchral monuments. Often associated with Lycian tombs are relief sculptures, the interpretation of which is made particularly difficult by the lack of first person, primary sourcs. Nevertheless, these scenes are most often described as 'funerary banquets' by comparison with their...

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Trent University
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