Dynastic Deeds

Dynastic Deeds

This book analyses the imagery of hunt on renowned dynastic tombs from the Eastern Mediterranean under Persian Achaemenid rule, such as the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus. This study adopts a transregional approach that focuses on connectivity dynamics in order to get a wider picture of artistic, cultural and political phenomena in the Mediterranean.

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