Roman Gods: A Conceptual Approach
by Michael Lipka
Publisher: Brill 2009
Number of pages: 231
Drawing exclusively on the evidence from urban Rome up to the age of Constantine, the book analyzes the pagan, Jewish, and Christian concepts of 'god' along the lines of space, time, personnel, function, iconography and ritual.
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