By analogy, I draw parallels throughout this work with the institutions of the marzēaḥ (of western Asia in the Bronze Age) and the Greek symposion#(beginning in the Geometric period, 900–700 B.C.). I review the corpus of modern scholarship that gauges these social institutions’ character and impact.
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