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Users of the REPAC website are kindly asked to abide by these guidelines when citing research from the site:

Author – Date – “Title” – REPAC (ERC Grant no. 803060), 2019-2024, at URL (accessed date)

e.g. Simons, F., 2020, “Burn your troubles away: The magical ceremony Šurpu”, REPAC (ERC Grant no. 803060), 2019-2024, at DOI: 10.25365/phaidra.229 (accessed date).

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