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This quantity brings jointly archeologists, paintings historians, philologists, literary students, political scientists and historians to articulate the ways that western Greek theater used to be detailed from that of the Greek mainland and, while, to enquire how the 2 traditions interacted. The papers intersect and construct on one another of their pursuit of a few shared questions and topics: where of theater within the cultural lifetime of Sicilian and South Italian 'colonial cities;' theater as a style of cultural self-identification; shared mythological subject matters in functionality texts and theatrical vase-painting; and the mirrored image and research of Sicilian and South Italian theater within the paintings of Athenian philosophers and playwrights. jointly, the essays discover vital difficulties within the research of western Greek theater. by means of amassing a number views and strategies, this quantity bargains the 1st wide-ranging exam of this hitherto ignored heritage.

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