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General Editor: Gregory E. Sterling, Yale University Associate Editor: David T. Runia Editorial Board: Harold W. Attridge, Ellen Birnbaum, John Dillon, Annewies van den Hoek, Alan Mendelson, Thomas Tobin, S.J., David Winston
Series Editors: Prof. Dr. David Frankfurter, Boston University, Prof. Dr. Johannes Hahn, Universität Münster, Dr. Frits Naerebout, University of Leiden.
Scholarly monographs on historical, bibliographical and archaeological aspects of Egyptian, Mithraic and Oriental religions in all parts of the Roman Empire and the Graeco-Roman world.
Georgia L. Irby-Massie
This publication presents and discusses epigraphic and archaeological evidence for religions practiced by the soldier in Roman Britain, emphasizing the religious interactions between soldier and native, and the cultural, social, and political uses of military religion.
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 ...
by Kim Beerden (Leiden University, Leiden, the Netherlands)
Flexibility is the distinguishing feature of ancient Greek divination. Worlds Full of Signs offers a systematic approach by discussing the divinatory sign, homo divinans, text and uncertainty management from a comparative perspective, using Republican Rome and Neo-Assyrian Mesopotamia as comparanda.
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