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Maria Grazia Lancellotti
This volume deals with the figure of Attis and aims to reconsider the mythical and cultic information about this character, studying the processes of "construction" and "reconstruction" that contributed to the moulding of the different forms of Attis that developed as a result of various demands ...
This original study is the first attempt to map the extent and principal features of the provincial priesthood in the Latin west in the period from the reign of Augustus down to the mid third century A.D.
This original study is the first attempt to piece together an overall picture of the origins and historical development of provincial cults in the Latin west in the period from the reign of Augustus down to the mid third century A.D.
This is the first monograph of the well-known genre of Nilotic landscapes in the Roman world providing new conclusions on the genre itself as well as discussing the role and meaning of Aegyptiaca Romana in general.
Edited by H.F.J. Horstmanshoff, H.W. Singor, F. van Straten and J.H.M. Strubbe
A collection of nine papers on ancient religion, presented by leading scholars. The studies are based on various sources and cover a wide range of subjects: myth and ritual, festivals, sacrifice; they offer new insights on general theory and the progress of scholarship.
Translated and edited by Ronald F. Hock and Edward N. O’Neil
This volume features thirty-six translated texts illustrating the use of the chreia, or anecdote, in Greco-Roman classrooms to teach reading, writing, and composition. This ancient literary form preserves the wit and wisdom of famous philosophers, orators, kings, and poets. Paperback edition is ...
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