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89 As the works of Apuleius, Lucian, and Aelius Aristides show, even sophisticated readers could have considerable longing for a religion that provided rescue from life’s arbitrary horrors, and many such readers would have responded to this ideal dimension in Longus’ romance. The actions of the Gymnosophists and the Ethiopians of Meroë represent Heliodorus’ dream of a more perfect religious practice; as has been seen above, Longus too provides an imaginative, ideal vison of a cosmos informed by the divine.

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