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What Happened to the Greeks in Lucanian-Occupied Paestum? Multiculturalism in Southern Italy
John W. Wonder
Vol. 56, No. 1/2 (Spring - Summer, 2002), pp. 40-55
Published by: Classical Association of Canada
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1192469
Page Count: 16
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This article examines the Greek population in Paestum after the Lucanian conquest. Evidence indicates the Greeks were very influential in the fourth-century city. When Alexander the Molossian arrived, he did not conquer Paestum. He formed an alliance with the city against peoples in the interior, further strengthening Hellenism in the city. / Étude de la population grecque de Paestum après la conquête lucanienne. Les témoignages indiquent que les Grecs y jouissaient toujours d'une grande influence au IVe siècle. De plus Alexandre le Molosse, à son arrivée en Italie, ne conquit pas Paestum, mais forma une alliance pour combattre les peuples de l'intérieur. Il consolida ainsi l'hellénisme de la cité.
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