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Lived Religion in the Ancient Mediterranean World
This article investigates the so-called banqueting tesserae from Palmyra, which were used to gain entrance to religious banquets in Palmyra. In antiquity, banquets, ritual dining and sacred meals were pivotal societal practices through which groups and individuals could situate and regulate themselves and others within broader complex societal settings. Banquets functioned as a cultural practice, which would have been learned and which certain segments of society would certainly have becomedoi:10.1515/9783110557596-019 fatcat:ilykagf4rze2hgtc6verpb3niu