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way in which images contributed to the creation of religious meanings in the Graeco-Roman world .

This collection of 9 essays, dating mostly from 1972-1980, examines the way in which images contributed to the creation of religious meanings in the Graeco-Roman world. Special attention is paid to Mithraism's notion of the sacred space, its use of metaphors taken from the natural world, and its ideals of social action. Image and Value in the Graeco-Roman World: Studies in Mithraism and Religious Art (Collected Studies Series, 551). 0860786080 (ISBN13: 9780860786085).

Gordon: Image and Value in the Graeco-Roman World: Studies in Mithraism and Religious Art (Collected Studies Series). Pp. xii + 338. Aldershot: Variorum, 1996. Recommend this journal.

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Image and Value in the Graeco-Roman World: Studies in Mithraism and Religious Art. R Lewthwaite Gordon. The real and imaginary - production and religion in the Graeco-Roman world the moment of death - art and ritual of Gree. More). Is this relevant? 1957. Maarten J. Vermaseren, Corpus Inscriptionum et Monumentorum Religionis Mithriacae.

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11 R. L Gordon, Image and Value in the Graeco-Roman World: Studies in Mithraism and Religious Art (Aldershot, Hampshire, Great Britain: Variorum, 1996), 21. 12 Kenneth Gross, The Dream of the Moving Statue (Ithaca, . : Cornell University Press, 1992), 16. 13 Walter Friedrich Otto. 13 Walter Friedrich Otto, Dionysus, Myth and Cult (Dallas, Tex: Spring Publications, 1981), 27.

Of the gentile cults probably the most popular in the first century, and certainly the least known and understood in the twentieth, were the so-called mystery religions.


Image and Value in the Graeco-Roman World: Studies in Mithraism and Religious Art (Collected Studies Series, 551) download epub
Humanities
Author: R. L. Gordon
ISBN: 0860786080
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Variorum (December 1, 1996)
Pages: 338 pages