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This chapter of the book A Local History of Greek Polytheism: Gods, People, and the Land of Aigina, 800-400 BCE presents photographs relevant to the subject of ancient Greek polytheism. The photographs include ionic columns in Aphaia temple, harbor in Aigina-town, fountain/well in Cape Kolonna, cave and architectural terracotta fragment in Sanctuary of Aphaia, inscription concerning Pan, marble corner-piece of an altar, festival grounds of Zeus Hellanios at the Oros, and peak of Dragonera. The book traces the historical development of Aiginetan religious structures. It deploys a contextual perspective and reviews regional and panhellenic religious interactions. The book provides a resource on the Aiginetan deities, local cults, and the religious practices of Aiginetans in the Archaic and Classical periods.

Keywords: Aiginetan deities; ancient Greek polytheism; Aphaia; Archaic period; Cape Kolonna; local cults; panhellenic religious interactions



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