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Publication Date

Fall 2013


Classical Association of Canada


The Alpine Cottian dynasty offers a model of reaction to and manipulation of Roman authority. Through their monuments and benefactions, the Cottians presented themselves to a domestic audience in a manner that blurred the distinction between Roman and Cottian accomplishments and presented the new alliance in a positive light.

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