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Over at Marginalia, Todd Berzon has published a very interesting review of Aaron Johnson's recent monograph, Porphyry and the Limits of Hellenism, which promises to stir up plenty of conversation amongst students of Neoplatonism, early Christianity, and religion in Late Antiquity more generally. The second half of the review is particularly striking, for Berzon here asks if the singular focus on identity in study of Late Antiquity has jumped the shark. Read it here.