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2014 | Volume 21 | 107–115
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Ehrenstatuen als Mittel der öffentlichen Kommunikation in Städten der Provinz Iudaea/Syria Palaestina

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Publicly displayed statues constituted an important element of Rome’s presence in the life of a province. Until quite recently this form of communication has hardly been attested in the province of Iudaea/Syria Palaestina giving the impression that it was not practiced. However, large scale excavations in various regions in Israel and the intensive “hunt” for inscriptions and their systematic collection carried out by the CIIP yielded a corrective: there is no doubt left that this form of public communication was widely practiced here as well.
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107–115
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2015-03-03
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  • Universtaet zu Koeln, Albertus-Magnus-Platz, 50923 Köln, Germany
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