Egyptians and immigrants: the dynamics of societal and cultural changes in Hellenistic Egypt
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This article examines the key factors of the cross-cultural interaction between Egyptians and Greeks and the dynamics of social and cultural change in Hellenistic Egypt. The author argues that, contrary to previous views, ethnicity did not play a direct role in the structuring of society and that, as a result, a particularly close and widespread cross-cultural interaction could develop.
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