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  • = Bodi D., Why Are Two Royal Female Members Given to the Same Man?, in: CRRAI 55 275-289. [This article deals with a specific aspect of the so-called diplomatic marriages. It analyzes the practice of ancient Near Eastern rulers to offer two of their female family members, usually royal daughters and princesses to the same vassal or fellow king as wives. While female family members are used as “exchange money” or bargaining chips in sealing alliances and political transactions, what is the reason in offering two daughters to the same man?]

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