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Ritual dynamics and religious change in the Roman Empire

Impact of Empire (Organization). Workshop

Ritual dynamics and religious change in the Roman Empire

proceedings of the eighth Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire, Heidelberg, july 5-7, 2007

by Impact of Empire (Organization). Workshop

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Published by Brill in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ritual -- Rome -- Congresses,
  • Rome -- Religion -- Congresses,
  • Rome -- Religious life and customs -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    English, French, and German.

    Statementedited by Olivier Hekster, Sebastian Schmidt-Hofner, Christian Witschel.
    GenreCongresses
    SeriesImpact of empire -- 9
    ContributionsHekster, Olivier., Schmidt-Hofner, Sebastian., Witschel, Christian.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL803 .I57 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23197512M
    ISBN 109789004174818
    LC Control Number2009012557

    In ancient Roman religion, the rex sacrorum ("king of the sacred", also sometimes rex sacrificulus [citation needed]) was a senatorial priesthood reserved for gh in the historical era, the pontifex maximus was the head of Roman state religion, Festus says that in the ranking of the highest Roman priests (ordo sacerdotum), the rex sacrorum was of highest prestige, followed by. Naerebout F.G. (), Das Reich tanzt Dance in the Roman Empire and its discontents. In: Hekster O., Schmidt-Hofner S., Witschel C. (Eds.) Ritual dynamics and religious change in the Roman Empire. Leiden: Brill.

    Roman executive government throughout the Mediterranean meant the introduction of Roman courts upholding Roman law, providing a source of stability, security, and basic respect for civil rights. This was advertised by the first emperor as the Augustan peace (pax Augusta), followed by the pax Romana of . How did the influence of British colonialism specifically change social and ritual practices of southeast Asian Buddhists? Buddhist monks encouraged the people to engage with sacred texts and ritual. The ancient religion of _____ teaches nonviolence and honoring other forms of life, whereas _____ teaches social ethics that emphasize honoring of.

    This book provides an engaging, systematic introduction to religion in the Roman empire.* Covers both mainstream Graeco-Roman religion and regional religious traditions, from Egypt to Western Europe* Examines the shared assumptions and underlying dynamics that characterized religious life as a whole* Draws on a wide range of primary material, both textual and visual, from literary works Reviews: 6. As Christian spaces and agents assumed prominent positions in civic life, the end of the long span of the fourth century was marked by large-scale religious change. Churches had overtaken once-thriving pagan temples, old civic priesthoods were replaced by prominent bishops, and the rituals of the city were directed toward the Christian God.


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