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Edited by Laurent Bricault and Corinne Bonnet
Panthée presents a collective reflection relating to the changes affecting the Graeco-Roman Empire and its religious landscapes. Leading specialists construct a picture of practices and conceptual frames, which, in their diversity and inter-action, model a religious universe whose complexity ...
Par Stella Georgoudi, Renée Koch Piettre, et Francis Schmidt.
Le recueil compare les procédures de fabrication et d’interprétation des signes dans les sociétés polythéistes ou monothéistes de la Méditerranée ancienne. Il analyse les rites ou l’argumentation critique visant à endiguer les signes et à préserver l’initiative humaine face aux injonctions du ...
edited by Johannes Hahn, Stephen Emmel & Ulrich Gotter
Destruction of temples and their transformation into churches are central symbols of change in religious environment, socio-political system, and public perception in late antiquity. Archaeologists, historians, and historians of religion seek an appropriate larger perspective on the phenomenon ...
Edited by Laurent Bricault, Miguel John Versluys and Paul G.P. Meyboom
Egypt in the Roman world --- Studies on the meaning of Aegyptiaca Romana and the understanding of the cults of Isis in their local context.
Most of the so called Roman deities of North Africa were disguised Libyo-Punic gods. In a global approach of the Roman-African pantheon, using all the available sources, this book investigates on the real identities of each deity worshiped in this area of the Roman Empire.
While providing a thorough study of a neglected oracle, this book sheds light on Greek divination, on ancient concepts of truth and its revelation, and on their links to the netherworld and to mystery cults.
This is the first modern book entirely dedicated to the Orphic Hymns, an intriguing corpus of texts providing material not only to scholars interested in the literary genre of the hymn, but also to historians of religion. The Orphic Hymns are unique in that they link Orphic beliefs, offerings, ...
Edited by David Frankfurter
This collection of essays by ancient historians, Egyptologists, Coptologists, and historians of religions covers the Egyptian and Jewish backgrounds of Coptic pilgrimage, its major shrines, and diverse responses to it in sermon and literature.
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