Stéphanie Paul (PhD University of Liège) is a postdoctoral researcher funded by the Belgian National Fund of Research (F.R.S.-FNRS) at the University of Liège, Belgium. Her research focuses on ancient Greek religion during the Hellenistic period, and particularly the continuity and/or change seen in the epigraphic evidence. The topic of the transformations within pantheons is taken into consideration, notably through the study of votive inscriptions and cult-epithets. Her research interests also include the study of sacrificial practices as reflected in the inscriptions. She has published a book in 2013 entitled Cultes et sanctuaires de l’île de Cos (Kernos suppl. 28), issued from her doctoral thesis. Her research at the CHS/DAI will focus on the re-evaluation of the concept of patron deity in Greek cities.