2 edition of Architecture and religion in antiquity found in the catalog.
Architecture and religion in antiquity
Hellmut W. Schade
Written in English
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|Pagination||Pamphlet (28 p.)|
|Number of Pages||28|
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In Architecture and Asceticism Loosley Leeming presents the first interdisciplinary exploration of Late Antique Syrian-Georgian relations available in English. The author takes an inter-disciplinary approach and examines the question from archaeological, art historical, historical, literary and theological viewpoints to try and explore the relationship as thoroughly as possible. 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.
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In Architecture and Asceticism Loosley Leeming explores the links between Syria and Georgia in late antiquity. The book takes an inter-disciplinary approach and examines the question from archaeological, art historical, historical, literary and theological viewpoints.
eISBN: Subjects: History. About this book A comprehensive review of the development, geographic spread, and cultural influence of religion in Late Antiquity A Companion to Religion in Late Antiquity offers an authoritative and comprehensive survey of religion in Late Antiquity. This historical era spanned from the second century to the eighth century of the Common Era.
Douglas Boin’s new book is the last in a new series of books, produced by Wiley-Blackwell, that explores the social and cultural worlds of the Mediterranean basin in antiquity.
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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.
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