Contribution to Book
This book gathers essays that are all, in one way or another, connected with ancient Greek and Roman religions. The essays cover a wide range—both chronological and geographical—of religious discourse and practice from Classical Athens on to seventeenth-century America via medieval Europe. Thus, there is no attempt at comprehensiveness. Rather, we hope that these essays will serve to problematize some common distinctions that readers generally bring to the study of ancient Greek and Roman religion and its legacy—such as the distinctions between Greece and Rome, Greco-Romans and barbarians, pagans and Christians, religion and politics, and religion and magic, to name some that are more prominently addressed in this collection.
Sulochana R. Asirvatham, Corinne Ondine Pache, & John Watrous
Rowman & Littlefield
Asirvatham, S.R., Pache, C.O., & Watrous, J. (2001). Introduction. In S.R. Asirvatham, C.O. Pache, & J. Watrous (Eds.), Between magic and religion: Interdisciplinary studies in ancient Mediterranean religion and society (pp. xi-xxix). Rowman & Littlefield.
Between Magic and Religion: Interdisciplinary Studies in Ancient Mediterranean Religion and Society