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This front matter section of the book Coping With the Gods contains the table of contents and abbreviations that occur in the book. Inspired by a critical reconsideration of current monolithic approaches to the study of Greek religion, the book argues that ancient Greeks displayed a disquieting capacity to validate two (or more) dissonant, if not contradictory, representations of the divine world in a complementary rather than mutually exclusive manner.

Keywords: ancient Greeks; divine world



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