Greek and Roman religion. Translated from the French by S.J. Tester.


[1st ed.].. New York, Hawthorn Books [1962] .

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Subjects Greece -- Religion.
Greece.
Griechenland <Altertum>
Religion.
Rome (Empire)
Rome -- Religion.
Ròˆmisches Reich.
Series Twentieth century encyclopedia of Catholicism. Section 15, Non-Christian beliefs ; v. 142.
Description 155 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1962]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 154-155).
Contents I. Formative period -- Minoan religion -- Mycenaean religion -- Fusion and contamination; the Dorian contribution -- II. Greek religion in the Archaic period: from Homer to the beginning of the Fifth Century -- The Greek pantheon -- Chthonian aspects of religion and beliefs concerning death -- The externals of religion -- Theological ethical and philosophical reflection in the Archaic period -- The mystical way: Dionysus -- Orphism and Pythagoreanism -- The Eleusinian mysteries -- Oracles and legalism; the religion of the Delphic Apollo -- III. The Classical period: from the beginning of the Fifth Century to the death of Alexander -- Religion in the service of the city-state -- Reflection on traditional religious ideas -- The evolution of popular religion -- The rationalist criticism of the Sophists (second half of the Fifth century) -- The search for the new truths (end of Fifth and Fourth centuries) -- IV. The Hellenistic Period: from the death of Alexander to the Middle of the First Century A.D. -- part II. Roman religion -- volume The Italian environment and Etruscan religion -- The Italian environment -- Etruscan religion -- VI. The Ancient religion of Rome -- Indo-European elements in Roman religion -- The Roman idea of the holy: the numina -- Ancient gods and festivals -- Ritual and priesthood -- Roman religion and the state -- VII. Changes in Roman religion from the Sixth Century to the end of the Republic -- From the end of the monarchy to the beginning of the Second Punic War -- The crisis of the Second Punic War and the end of the Republic -- VIII. The religion of the Empire: from the Augustan restoration to the end of Graeco Roman Paganism -- The religious acts of Augustus -- The development of Eastern cults and mystery religions; syncretism and monotheism -- Transcendental philosophy; dualism and monotheism -- Christianity and the paganism of the Empire.
Geographic Area Greece
Europe
Middle East
Africa, North
Network Numbers (OCoLC)334716
(OCoLC)ocm00334716
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WorldCat Identities Hus, Alain.
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