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In recent years 'competition' has become an ever more popular concept in the study of ancient religions. Or should that be a label? Innovative concept or mere label: to come to a decision, we should ask some questions. What are the studies that advertise themselves as dealing with competition about, what do people understand by it? Does competition do what it should be doing: provide some new interpretative framework, and, in the case of edited volumes, tie the different contributions together?doi:10.13154/er.v3.2016.bj-cc fatcat:j7u5nbg4trc4tdqfiyvrosjm7q