Ritualistic Formulae In Greek Dramatic Texts

Classical Quarterly 32 (01):233- (1982)
Ritualistic formulae and acts pervade the political, legal, societal and religious life of the ancient world. In many instances there are striking similarities between the formulae of the Greco-Roman world and those of the Near East. Often illumination exists from one to the other. Here I wish to notice a few passages in Greek drama where I think such illumination is possible
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