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This section contains a list of author names, reference articles and books relevant to the discussion on the paradoxical implications of Aphrodite in the context of the political and martial enterprises of the Greek cities. Aphrodite's role as protectress of Greek magistrates was a surprising discovery in the twentieth century, reflected in an excellent corpus of epigraphic evidence coming from the whole Greek world, produced by Louis Robert, Francis Croissant, François Salviat, and Franciszek Sokolowski.

Keywords: Aphrodite; Greek magistrates

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