Oxyrhynchus papyri 63 (Graeco-Roman Memoirs) (Vol.63)

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The minimum wage for public-sector employees differed among sectors. The Binis are land-bound people and they know very little about salt. After the conquest of Egypt by Alexander, under the Ptolemies, crossbreeding between white Greeks and black Egyptians flourished, thanks to a policy of assimilation: "Nowhere was Dionysus more favored, nowhere was he worshiped more adoringly and more elaborately than by the Ptolemies, who recognized his cult as an especially effective means of promoting the assimilation of the conquering Greeks and their fusion with the native Egyptians." {endnote 15: J.

Pages: 256

Publisher: Egypt Exploration Society (December 31, 1996)

ISBN: 0856981281

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