The evidence considered in the preceding chapters offers a fresh perspective on the Hellenistic Far East, a region which was ethnically and culturally diverse, and had inhabitants who spoke many languages, worshipped many gods, and practised many forms of economic subsistence. This conclusion returns to the ‘big questions’: those of how ethnicity and multilingualism characterised the Hellenistic Far East.
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