tourism propaganda sought to incorporate elements of folk culture it considered suitable into the national image it was building. From the 1960s on, the marketing of traditions created for foreign tourists was typical, a trend that was given a new impetus
‘spatial’ identities, were they worn as expressions of faith, as apotropaic objects 39 or perhaps only decorative ones? There were no more coins with imperial propaganda widely in circulation but there is perhaps a strong Christian one in other everyday
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public a more balanced picture, in sharp contrast to the rabid anti-Zionist propaganda of the Communist Party.
As for instance, Tibor Déry or István Örkény. Actually, this process was already ongoing well before the war, having
establishment of Roman settlements in the Danubian provinces and the colonization related to it. These priests, who called themselves chosen by Dolichenus , 36 popularized their god with the help of the Emperor’s propaganda. 37 The inscriptions of Dolichenus