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Theoretical Frameworks for the Study of Graeco-Roman Religions

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Proceedings of the XVIIIth Congress of the International Association for the History of Religions, Durban, South Africa, 2000.

Published: Jan 1, 2003


Section Chapter Authors
Introduction Panayotis Pachis
Chapter 1
Euripides as Social Critic: The Morality of Revenge Larry Alderink
Chapter 2
Forgery, Propaganda and Power in Christian Antiquity: Some Methodological Remarks Pier Beatrice
Chapter 3
Canonical Representative of the Third Function in Rome Quirinus Dominique Briquel
Chapter 4
How to Write a Survey of Greek Religion from the Point of View of the Comparative Study of Religion Giovanni Casadio
Chapter 5
Cult and the Ancient Urban Landscape: A Case Study of Mithraism and Roman Topography Alison Griffith
Chapter 6
Literary Sources and Archaeological Evidence in the History of Early Roman Religion Charles Guittard
Chapter 7
Kingship and the Hellenistic Cosolidation of Religio-Political Power Luther H. Martin
Chapter 8
The Hellenistic Era as an Age of Propaganda: The Case of Isis' Cult Panayotis Pachis
Chapter 9
The Encounters of Novelty and Conservatism in Hellenistic Religion and Analogical Reasoning Petra Pakkanen
Chapter 10
The Teachings of Zosimos: A Micro-Level Study of Syncretism Jonathan Peste
Chapter 11
A Few Historical-Religious Frameworks for the Study of the Oriental Cults in the Roman Empire Ennio Sanzi
Chapter 12
Tempo della Storia e Tempo della Salvezza nello Gnosticismo Giulia Gasparro
Chapter 13
Becoming a Different Person: Baptism as an Initiation Ritual Einar Thomassen