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Erica Angliker, "The Cult of Apollo Pythios and Delios in the Cycladic Archipelago and the Domain of the Sea"
Christopher Bishop, "Ave Maris Stella: The Maritime Cultus of the Madonna in Late Antiquity"
Adam Brennan, "Seagoing Heroes or Travelling Gods: The Dioskouroi and Anakes of Athens and the Aegean"
Megan Daniels, "Potnia and Pontia: Exploring the Bronze Age Background of Mediterranean Maritime Goddesses"
Gabriella Demaria, "Ducezio, the Oracle and the Foundation of Kalè Akté"
Antonio Pio Di Cosmo, "Helena, Constantine, and the water: The sign of passion as a means to dominate the forces of nature"
Shannon Dunn, "Saronic Poseidon: Sanctuary Landscapes and Cult Practices in a Maritime Neighborhood"
Meir Edrei, "There's a figurine at the Bottom of th eSea: Maritime Votive Offerings at Shavei Zion"
Martin Eckert, "Exemplary artifacts, foreign gods and the visual imagery in the seaward sanctuaries of Aphrodite"
Christopher A. Faraone, "Throwing Curses in the Sea: A Lost Greek Tradition?"
Giuseppina Gadaleta, "Sailing with the Gods: divine protection of seafaring depicted on red figured pottery of South Italy"
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Georgia Irby, "Pilgrimage, Healing and Maritime Oracles: The Gallizenae of Sena, Achilles of Leuke and Apollo"
Michael Jones, "Material Evidence for 'Maritime' Religious Practice in Late Antique Asia Minor"
Amanda Knight, "Seafaring as a Conceptual Metaphor in Augustine of Hippo"
Mustapha Lakhlif, "Saint Augustin et la mer"
Jennifer Larson, "Gods and Miracles at Sea: Comparative and Cognitive Approaches"
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Barbara Melton, "Storms, Sacrifice and Ecologic Alarm: A Cretan King's Journey from Ancient Troy into the Twenty-First Century"
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Walter Penrose, "Maritime Trade: Sailors, Prostitutes, and the Cult(s) of Aphrodite/Astarte in Ancient Corinth"
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Gaius Stern, "The Last Voyage of Regulus, Sailing into Martrydom"
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Filippo Trotta, "Sailing Further the Dead: A Ferryman Divinity in the Etruscan Tomb of the False Rooms?"
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Shelley Wachsmann, "Stranger Things: Cultic Ships on Land in Ancient Egypt"
Bronwen Wickkiser, "Sea/Sick: Sailing with the Gods in Search of Healing in Greco-Roman Antiquity"
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Jonathan Wooding, "Ocean Fathers and Saintly Argonauts: Religion and Sea-travel in Atlantic North-west Europe, c. 350-700 CE"
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