Intermarriage in the western Greek colonies

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Abstract

In Sicily, trade, not intermarriage between Greek colonial men and native women, provides the most likely explanation for the presence of Italian fibulae in otherwise materially Greek 8th-cent.-B.C. graves.

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  • Tamar Hodos

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