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This section contains a map of ῾Arab , Sumatar and Pognons Cave that occur in the book on Diplomats and diplomacy in the Roman world . The term diplomacy in our times mostly refers to the various means by which nations manage their relationships and communicate with one another, and within its sphere fall a host of international mechanisms and institutions to aid in matters of peace-making, cultural exchange, economics, trade, and war. Diplomacy was such a typical part of the civic life of provincial cities that Plutarch included it, together with office-holding and legislative advocacy, among the services that prominent citizens were expected to provide their cities.

Keywords: ῾Arab; diplomacy; Pognons Cave; Roman world; Sumatar



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