Author: Monika Hörig
Category: Social Science
Author: Monika Hörig
Category: Social Science
Corpus Cultus Iovis Dolicheni (CCID). EPRO 106. Leiden. Horsley, G.H.R. 2007.
The Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Burdur Archaeological Museum. Regional
Epigraphic Catalogues of Asia Minor 5. Ankara. Howes, D. 2011. “Sensation.
Author: Jörg Rüpke
Publisher: Princeton University Press
View: 478From one of the world's leading authorities on the subject, an innovative and comprehensive account of religion in the ancient Roman and Mediterranean world In this ambitious and authoritative book, Jörg Rüpke provides a comprehensive and strikingly original narrative history of ancient Roman and Mediterranean religion over more than a millennium—from the late Bronze Age through the Roman imperial period and up to late antiquity. While focused primarily on the city of Rome, Pantheon fully integrates the many religious traditions found in the Mediterranean world, including Judaism and Christianity. This generously illustrated book is also distinguished by its unique emphasis on lived religion, a perspective that stresses how individuals’ experiences and practices transform religion into something different from its official form. The result is a radically new picture of both Roman religion and a crucial period in Western religion—one that influenced Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and even the modern idea of religion itself. Drawing on a vast range of literary and archaeological evidence, Pantheon shows how Roman religion shaped and was shaped by its changing historical contexts from the ninth century BCE to the fourth century CE. Because religion was not a distinct sphere in the Roman world, the book treats religion as inseparable from political, social, economic, and cultural developments. The narrative emphasizes the diversity of Roman religion; offers a new view of central concepts such as “temple,” “altar,” and “votive”; reassesses the gendering of religious practices; and much more. Throughout, Pantheon draws on the insights of modern religious studies, but without “modernizing” ancient religion. With its unprecedented scope and innovative approach, Pantheon is an unparalleled account of ancient Roman and Mediterranean religion.
Hörig , Monika , and Schwertheim , Elmar 1987 Corpus Cultus Iovis Dolicheni (
CCID ) . Leiden : Brill . Huart , Clément 1972 Ancient Persia and Iranian
Civilization . Reprinted , London : Routledge and Kegan Paul . ( 1st ed . , 1927 ) .
Author: Theresa B. Goell
Category: Excavations (Archaeology)
11 Iuno Dolichena with mirror , from Rom , II century A.D. Source : M. Hörig and E
. Schwertheim , Corpus Cultus Iovis Dolicheni ( CCID ) ( EPRO 106 ) . Leiden ,
New York , Kobenhagen , Köln : Brill 1987 , pl . LXXVI , n . 364 VEIKLA TUBE ...
Author: Hartmut Kühne
Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag
View: 959The Congress hosted 611 registered participants from 38 countries. Its aim was to be an international forum for scholars and demands of Near Eastern Archaeology. From the four sections of the Congress, Vol. I: 1) The Reconstruction of Environment. Natural Resources and Human Interrelation through Time, 2) Visual Communication, [Vol. II: 3) Social and Cultural Transformation: The Archaeology of Transitional Periods and Dark Ages, 4) Archaeological Field Reports (Excavations, Surveys, Conservation) ISBN 978344705757-8].Together these volumes unite 77 contributions on about 1100 pages. They are arranged according to the sections. The rst three will be introduced by the key lectures which were given by Tony Wilkinson, Winfried Orthmann, and Roger Matthews. The resumes of these sections were provided by Wendy Matthews, Dominik Bonatz, and Diederik J.W. Meijer. The contributions cover many aspects of the main themes through time, from the Neolithic to the Hellenistic / Roman period, and offer interdisciplinary approaches to complex archaeological problems.
( Études préliminaires aux religions Orientales dans l'Empire Romain ; 74 ) C454
CORPUS CULTUS IOVIS DOLICHENI . ( CCID ) Leiden & New York 1987 (
Études préliminaires aux religions Orientales dans l'Empire Romain ; 106 ) C455
Author: Jean Susorney Wellington
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Category: Foreign Language Study
View: 145Offers an updated list of bibliographic abbreviations in the field of Classical Studies.
Hörig , M . & Schwertheim , E . , 1987 Corpus Cultus Iovis Dolicheni ( CCID ) .
Études préliminaires aux religions Orientales dans l ' Empire Romain 106 ,
Leiden , New York , Copenhagen and Cologne . Horne , P . , 1981 Romano -
Author: Eberhard Sauer
Publisher: Tempus Pub Limited
Category: Social Science
View: 657In March 2001 the world watched in disbelief as explosives of Al-Qaeda and the Taliban reduced the gigantic Buddha statues at Bamiyan to stone powder. Yet few realise that such religious zeal to 'free' the world from 'pagan' art follows an old tradition. What role did it play in transforming the colourful world of Roman paganism into medieval Christianity? All over the ancient world images have been found which bear deep scar marks from iconoclastic attacks. Beheaded statues and mutilated fragments of images, once the objects of veneration and awe, speak a language as clear as words. As Ebehard Sauer shows in this important new work, the sad material remains of what survived the onslaught of the image-haters form a powerful complement to eyewitness accounts. Archaeology helps us to understand one of the most radical changes in world history. Why was it that Christianity achieved sole domination in the West but remained a minority religion in much of Asia? Can the past help us to put the outrages of the present into context?
After the seminal collection by Pierre Merlat,4 Monika Hörig and Elmar
Schwertheim provide the most convenient body of source material in their Corpus
cultus Iovis Dolicheni (CCID).5 For Rome, this frequently unreliable edition is
Author: Jörg Rüpke (theoloog)
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
View: 677The history of Roman imperial religion is of fundamental importance to the history of religion in Europe. Emerging from a decade of research, From Jupiter to Christ demonstrates that the decisive change within the Roman imperial period was not a growing number of religions or changes in their ranking and success, but a modification of the idea of "religion" and a change in the social place of religious practices and beliefs. Religion is shown to be transformed from a medium serving the individual necessities -- dealing with human contingencies like sickness, insecurity, and death -- and a medium serving the public formation of political identity, into an encompassing system of ways of life, group identities, and political legitimation. Instead of offering an encyclopaedic presentation of religious beliefs, symbols, and practices throughout the period, the volume thematically presents the media that manifested and diffused religion (institutions, texts, and law), and analyses representative cases. It asks how religion changed in processes of diffusion and immigration, how fast (or how slow) practices and institutions were appropriated and modified, and reveals how these changes made Roman religion 'exportable', creating those forms of intellectualisation and enscripturation which made religion an autonomous area, different from other social fields.
Dagegen spricht auch die Inschrift AE 1940 , 29 = M. Hörig , E. Schwertheim ,
Corpus Cultus Iovis Dolicheni ( = CCID ) , Leiden 1987 , 66f . Nr . 77 , die von
Kulthandlungen unter Gordian in einem niedermoesischen Dolichenum bei
Category: History, Ancient
... Graeco - Roman period , Sheffield , 132 – 47 . Hörig , M . and Schwertheim , E .
1987 Corpus cultus Iovis Dolicheni , EPRO 106 , Leiden . [ CCID ] Hopkins , K .
1978 Conquerors and Slaves , Cambridge . Horbury , W . and Noy , D . 1992 339
Author: David Noy
Publisher: Classical Pressof Wales
View: 395As the centre of a large and dynamic empire, Rome was a magnet for voluntary visitors and the destination for huge numbers of foreign slaves. Noy discusses the reaction of Roman citizens to the influx, particularly to the foreign military population which was constantly changing, and Rome's dependence on its slaves.
Hörig , M . and Schwertheim , E . ( 1987 ) Corpus Cultus lovis Dolicheni ( CCID ) [
EPRO106 ] ( Leiden ) . Jennison , G ... ( The Hague ) . Vermaseren , M . J . ( 1983
) Corpus cultus Iovis Sabazii ( CCIS ) , I : the hands [ EPRO 100 ] ( Leiden ) .
Author: Catherine Atherton
Category: Literary Criticism
182 ( 1982 ) , 133 ; M . Hörig and E . Schwertheim , Corpus Cultus Iovis Dolicheni
( CCID ) ( 1987 ) , no . 2 and Taf . I . transposed into so many different
environments makes the already difficult 248 ] 7 . THE TETRAPOLIS AND
Author: Fergus Millar
View: 129Annotation A veritable tome in which Millar (ancient history, Oxford U.) traces the expansion of the Roman Empire southward to the Red Sea and eastward across the Euphrates to the Tigris. He describes each culture and how the Roman policy and practice adapted to it, and the impact the conquest had on the later history of the region and the peoples. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
... EPRO 68 ( 1978 ) 483ff . 573 F . Cumont , Groupe de Marbre de Zeus
Dolichenus , Syria 1 , 1920 , 184 - 189 Taf . 17 . M . Hörig - E . Schwertheim ,
Corpus Cultus Iovis Dolicheni ( CCID ) , EPRO 106 ( 1987 ) 24 Nr . 18 . 574 Vgl .
die späteren ...
Hermann Harrauer , Wien Monika Hörig - Elmar Schwertheim CORPUS CULTUS
IOVIS DOLICHENI ( CCID ) ( EPRO 106 ) E . J . Brill Leiden 1987 . XXIV + 422 p .
CXXXIII tab . Hfl . 220 ,Dank dem Autorenpaar aus Münster gelangt jetzt in ...
Category: Civilization, Greco-Roman
Hörig , M . , E . Schwertheim , Corpus Cultus Iovis Dolicheni ( CCID ) ( EPRO 116
) , Leiden 1987 . Hoffiller , V . , B . Saria , Antike Inschriften aus Jugoslavien , Heft
I : Noricum und Pannonia Superior , Zagreb 1938 . Holder , A . , Alt - celtischer ...
Author: Marjeta Šašel Kos
Category: Adriatic Coast (Balkan Peninsula)
View: 745Archäologische Verbreitungskarte - Rundplastik/Relief - Religionsgeschichte.
Schwertheim , E . , Corpus Cultus Iovis Dolicheni ( CCID ) ( Leiden - New - York -
København 1987 ) . Mirković , M . u . Vasić , M . , Zwei neue Militärdiplome aus
Pontes und Viminacium in Obermoesien . ZPE 64 , 1986 , 219 - 222 . Ivanov , R .
Author: Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum Mainz
Category: American literature
CCID : M. HÖRIG , E. SCHWERTHEIM , Corpus Cultus Iovis Dolicheni , EPRO ,
106 , Leiden . CIMRM : M. J. VERMASEREN , Corpus Inscriptionum et
Monumentorum Religionis Mithriacae , 2 voll . , The Hague , 1956-1960 .
CLAUSS 1990 ...
ASM Asia Minor Studien . BSR Biblioteca di Scienze religiose . CCID M. HÖRIG ,
E. SCHWERTHEIM , Corpus Cultus Iovis Dolicheni , EPRO CVI , Leiden . CIL
Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum . COPG F. CASAVOLA ( a cura di ) , Collezione
Author: Enrico Dal Covolo
Brouwer CCCA CCID CCIS CCL EEC ICUR NS IG IGRRP FITA IGUR FOS ILAfr
Guyon ... Corpus cultus Cybelis Attidisque 3 : Italia - Latium . EPRO 50. Leiden
1977 . MONIKA HÖRIG ELMAR SCHWERTHEIM . Corpus Cultus Iovis Dolicheni
Author: Jörg Rüpke
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
View: 573This magisterial volume, indispensable to the study of Roman religion, presents yearly lists of religious office-holders of various kinds, followed by 4,000 individual biographies. Introductory essays cover the documentary sources for pagan, Jewish, and Christian cults; concluding chapters explore the relationship between religion and the state.
... der Archäologischen Bibliographie sowie der Année Philologique werden hier
verwendet : CCID Hörig - Schwertheim ( 1987 ) Bellelli ... Hörig - Schwertheim (
1987 ) M . Hörig - E . Schwertheim , Corpus Cultus Iovis Dolicheni ( 1987 ) .
Author: Elmer Schwertheim
Category: Cities and towns