This book is the first volume of a projected two-volume publication of the results of investigations in and around the basilica at the site of Paliambela near the modern village of Arethousa. It provides a great deal of valuable information about various aspects of the church and the settlement it served. The book is focused on production, consumption and trade, however, and says little about the architecture, mosaics, or liturgical implications of this intriguing church. [excerpt]
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Snively, Carolyn. Review of The Early Christian Basilica of Arethousa in Macedonia. I: Production, Consumption and Trade. Papers and monographs of the Finish Institute at Athens XXIII, by Arja Karivieri (ed.), Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2019.07.02., (2019).
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