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    Athens and Tenos in the Early Hellenistic Age.Gary Reger - 1992 - Classical Quarterly 42 (02):365-.
    Some recent work on the history of Athens and Tenos in the third century B.c. has brought to light new evidence and new interpretations of old evidence for this notoriously shadowy period of Greek history. Reflection on this material has suggested to me solutions to a few minor puzzles , a contribution to a long-standing problem in the history of Athens in the early third century , and a new explanation for the entry of Rhodos into the war with Antiokhos.
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    Caria and Crete in Antiquity: Cultural Interaction between Anatolia and the Aegean by Naomi Carless Unwin.Gary Reger - 2018 - Classical World: A Quarterly Journal on Antiquity 111 (4):596-597.
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    Trade in the Ancient Mediterranean: Private Order and Public Institutions by Taco Terpstra.Gary Reger - 2020 - Classical World: A Quarterly Journal on Antiquity 113 (4):492-493.
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    Redefining jewishness E. S. Gruen: Heritage and hellenism. The reinvention of jewish tradition . (Hellenistic culture and society 30.) pp. XX + 336. Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of california press, 1998. Cased, $27.50. Isbn: 0-520-21052-. [REVIEW]G. Reger - 2000 - The Classical Review 50 (01):133-.
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    The public purchase of grain on independent Delos.Gary Reger - 1993 - Classical Antiquity 12 (2):300-333.
    Earlier work has tended to view Delos as an entrepôt for the larger Hellenistic grain trade, but during the years of independence the island relied on the import of grain to satisfy local demand, and this was certainly the more important aspect of the trade in grain, at least from the Delians' point of view. This study explores several issues connected with the local supply of grain. From prices for grain reported in inscriptions and estimates of the local population, the (...)
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