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Religious diversity in late antiquity

David M. Gwynn

Religious diversity in late antiquity

by David M. Gwynn

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Published by Brill in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by David M. Gwynn and Susanne Bangert ; conceived and co-ordinated by Luke Lavan ; with the assistance of Carlos Machado and Michael Mulryan
SeriesLate antique archaeology -- v. 6, Late antique archaeology -- v. 6.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBL96 .R44 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 561 p. :
Number of Pages561
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24521556M
ISBN 109004180001
ISBN 109789004180000
LC Control Number2009053517
OCLC/WorldCa495436808

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A review of the book Group Identity and Religious Individuality in Late Antiquity by Éric Rebillard and Jörg Rüpke, which seeks to rediscover the individual and to explore the dynamics between individuals and the groups to which they belong. Tokens and religious diversity in Late Antiquity In the two centuries following the tetrarchic reform of Diocletian (AD ), tokens continued to be regularly produced in .

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Religious diversity in late antiquity. Bangert, Susanne, Gwynn, David Morton, Lavan, Luke. This volume in the ongoing Late Antique Archaeology series draws on material and textual evidence to explore the diverse religious world of Late Antiquity.

Subjects include Jews and Samaritans, orthodoxy and heresy, pilgrimage, stylites, magic, the sacred and the secular. Religious Diversity Religious diversity in late antiquity book Late Antiquity by David Gwynn,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2).

A detailed bibliographic essay provides an overview of relevant literature, while individual articles explore the diversity of late antique religion. Rabbinic and non-rabbinic Judaism is traced in Beth Shearim, Dura Europus and Sepphoris, and the Samaritan community in Israel, while Christian concepts of orthodoxy and heresy are examined with a particular focus on the 'Arian' Controversy.

It includes massive numbers of recent surveys and specialized literature of Late Antique history of Judaism and Christianity, heresies, magic, and “popular religion.” One also finds editions and translations of Late Antique texts, catalogues, and excavation reports and works on the art history of most media and genres.

Get this from a library. Religious diversity in late antiquity. [David M Gwynn; Susanne Bangert; Luke Lavan;] -- This new volume in the well-established Late Antique Archaeology series draws together recent research by archaeologists and historians to shed new light on the religious world of Late Antiquity.

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Gwynn. Religious diversity in late antiquity: an introduction / David M. Gwynn and Susanne Bangert ; Religious diversity in late antiquity: a bibliographic essay / David M. Gwynn ; Jews and Samaritans ; Third century Jews and Judaism at Beth Shearim and Dura Europus / Jodi Magness.

Bibliographic Essay. Religious Diversity in Late Antiquity: An Introduction David M. Gwynn and Susanne Bangert. Jews and Samaritans. Third Century Jews and Judaism at Beth Shearim and Dura Europus Religious Diversity in Late Antiquity: A bibliographic Essay David M.

GwynnJodi Magness. Dossey, L. () ‘Judicial violence and the Ecclesiastical courts in late antique north Africa’, in Law, Society and Authority in Late Antiquity, ed. Mathisen, R. Oxford: 98– Doukellis, P. () Libanios et la terre: discours et idéologie : Isabella Sandwell. Pagans and Christians in Late Antiquity Book Summary: In this book A.D.

Lee charts the rise to dominance of Christianity in the Roman empire. Using translated texts he explains the fortunes of both Pagans and Christians from the upheavals of the 3rd Century to the increasingly tumultuous times of the 5th and 6th centuries.

This presumption, the author argues, is largely an attempt to "'manage' biblical and archaeological indications of religious diversity in ancient Israel and Judah" (p. 37). Stavrakopoulou evaluates theological and social-scientific constructs of this view of Israelite religion and highlights its inadequacy as a framework for the religious /5(4).

Late Antiquity witnessed a dramatic recalibration in the economy of power, and nowhere was this more pronounced than in the realm of religion. The transformations that occurred in this pivotal era moved the ancient world into the Middle Ages and forever changed the way that religion was practiced.

The twenty eight studies in this volume explore Cited by:   RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY IN LATE ANTIQUITY: AN INTRODUCTION The place of religion in the world of Late Antiquity, no less than in our modern world, has been the subject of great debate in recent years.

Late Antiquity was a period of diversity and change. The 3rd to the 7th c. A.D. witnessed the transformation of the classical Mediterranean, the emergence of a Christian Roman.

Religious Diversity In Late Antiquity: An Introduction Religious Diversity In Late Antiquity: A Bibliographic Essay Third Century Jews And Judaism At Cited by: 2. The best books on Religious and Social History in the Ancient World recommended by Robin Lane Fox.

Cultural and philosophical changes that occurred in late antiquity are essential to our understanding of the world today, but few us know much about that period.

Religious diversity in late antiquity: an introduction / David M. Gwynn and Susanne Bangert --Religious diversity in late antiquity: a bibliographic essay / David M. Gwynn --Jews and Samaritans --Third century Jews and Judaism at Beth Shearim and Dura Europus / Jodi Magness --Artistic trends and contact between Jews and 'others' in late.

Produced through the efforts of thirty-six leading scholars in the field, they constitute a comprehensive view of religious practice in Late Antiquity.

Religious life and performance during this period comprised diverse, often unusual practices.5/5(2). |a Religious diversity in late antiquity: an introduction / David M. Gwynn and Susanne Bangert -- Religious diversity in late antiquity: a bibliographic essay / David M.

Gwynn -- Jews and Samaritans -- Third century Jews and Judaism at Beth Shearim and Dura Europus / Jodi Magness -- Artistic trends and contact between Jews and 'others' in.

Luke Lavan is Lecturer in Archaeology at the Centre for Late Antique Archaeology, University of Kent. His doctorate () considered Provincial Capitals in Late Antiquity. He is series editor of Late Antique Archaeology and directs the Kent section of Kent-Berlin Late Antique Ostia l Mulryan is Associate Research Fellow of the Centre for Late Antique Archaeology, University of by: North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE.

Produced by Johns Hopkins University. Book Description. In Pagans and Christians in Late Antiquity, A.D. Lee documents the transformation of the religious landscape of the Roman world from one of enormous diversity of religious practices and creeds in the 3 rd century to a situation where, by the 6 th century, Christianity had become the dominant religious force.

Using translated extracts from contemporary sources he examines the.Religious Diversity In Late Antiquity: An Introduction Religious Diversity In Late Antiquity: A Bibliographic Essay Third Century Jews And Judaism At Beth Shearim And Dura EuropusAuthor: Michel-Yves Perrin."This ambitious book rewards the specialist and nonspecialist alike with a rich overview of Egyptian religion in late antiquity within a comparative religion framework Frankfurter's refreshing synthesis of religion and magic both rewards and illumines the reader/5(5).