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  1. Josephus and Polybius: A Reconsideration.A. M. Eckstein - 1990 - Classical Antiquity 9 (2):175-208.
  • The Persian Royal Tent and Ceremonial of Alexander the Great.Andrew W. Collins - 2017 - Classical Quarterly 67 (1):71-76.
    From 330 b.c. Alexander transformed his court by adopting a number of court personnel and practices from the Achaemenids. This included the adoption by the king of a mixed Persian and Macedonian royal costume, proskyn─ôsis, Persian spear-bearers and certain Persian officers, such as the chiliarch and the chief usher. But Alexander also used an imposing tent and an audience style modelled on that of the Great King. It is my intention here to investigate the Persian-style tent of Alexander and the (...)
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