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For other explicit references to pantomime dancers as part of the manifold "pleasures" (terpseis) and "delights" (athyrmata) of agonistic festivals, see, e.g., Malalas 12.6 (text as CFHB
) or Philo Iudaeus, In Flacc.
Mullet draws on modern editions and textual scholarship, especially Paul Gautier's CFHB
edition of the letters, and this study is announced as a "cultural history" rather than a literary or historical analysis, but Mullett brings to the text a dazzling array of contemporary literary and social theory.