Roman religion: a sourcebook
Focus Publishing/R. Pullins Co., 2002 - 215 pagine
Roman Religion: A Sourcebook provides an introduction to the fundamentals of ancient Roman religious beliefs and rituals through a rich collection of ancient source readings. The ancient sources are to be viewed with utmost respect as the primary means by which an accurate understanding of the past may be gained. By contrasting Roman action and opinion with our own, we may come to better understand ourselves and the culture in which we live. The book includes maps, glossary, a chronological table and lists of important gods. This book is designed as a companion to Valerie Warrior's Greek Religion: A Sourcebook.
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Review: Roman Religion (Cambridge Introduction to Roman Civilization)Recensione dell'utente - Goodreads
Not the kind of book I'd sit down to read for reading's sake, but its fascinating. The Romans were strange. And they had really great names. Think about it: Octavian, Cornelius, Lucious, Romulus ...
Stories of Early Roman Religion and
Prayer and Sacrifice
Religious Celebrations and the Calendar
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