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ローマ宗教読本
Roman Religion

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 288 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780748615667
  • DDC分類 292.07

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This book introduces students to the complex and foreign world of Roman religion and to major trends in its study. Praised in the Enlightenment for its supposed tolerance, it has been vilified for persecuting the early Christians. It professed a profound conservatism and yet received myths from Greece and Asia and gods from every corner of the Empire. Clifford Ando presents fourteen papers on central topics in the study of Roman religion and its connections with Roman literature, history and culture. Subjects treated include the nature and development of religious authority and religious institutions; the control of space and time; and religion's role in fashioning Roman identity. Also under discussion is the narration and analysis of Rome's transition from Republic to Empire. In introducing the volume and its individual parts, Clifford Ando considers issues of method and substance arising from the study of Roman religion and places each chapter in context. His selection of papers illustrates a range from approaches from Europe, Britain and America during a century of scholarship. Four papers are published in English for the first time.The book includes a chronology, biographical dictionary, glossary and guide to further reading; all passages of ancient languages are translated.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    viii
Note to the Reader x
Abbreviations xi
Maps xviii
Introduction: Religion, Law and Knowledge in 1 (18)
Classical Rome
PART I HISTORIOGRAPHY AND METHOD
Introduction to Part I 19 (4)
On Comparison 23 (16)
Jonathan Z. Smith
Polis-Religion and its Alternatives in the 39 (23)
Roman Provinces
Greg Woolf
PART II RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS AND RELIGIOUS
AUTHORITY
Introduction to Part II 57 (5)
From Republic to Principate: Priesthood, 62 (22)
Religion and Ideology
Richard Gordon
A Feature of Roman Religion 84 (22)
Arthur Darby Nock
PART III RITUAL AND MYTH
Introduction to Part III 101 (5)
The Ludi Saeculares and the Carmen Saeculare 106 (11)
Denis Feeney
Cults, Myths, and Politics at the Beginning 117 (30)
of the Empire
John Scheid
Philip Purchase
PART IV THEOLOGY
Introduction to Part IV 141 (6)
The Theological Efforts of the Roman Upper 147 (17)
Classes in the First Century BC
Arnaldo Momigliano
Hierarchy and Structure in Roman 164 (35)
Polytheism: Roman Methods of Conceiving
Action
John Scheid
Philip Purchase
PART V ROMAN AND ALIEN
Introduction to Part V 193 (6)
Religious Toleration in Republican Rome 199 (21)
John North
A Religion for the Empire 220 (32)
Clifford Ando
PART VI SPACE AND TIME
Introduction to Part VI 247 (5)
Loca Sancta 252 (21)
Sabine MacCormack
A Complex of Times: No More Sheep on 273 (23)
Romulus' Birthday
Mary Beard
PART VII CONTINUITY AND CHANGE, FROM REPUBLIC
TO EMPIRE
Introduction to Part VII 291 (5)
Roman State Religion in the Mirror of 296 (34)
Augustan and Late Republican Apologetics
Carl Koch
Christopher Barnes
The Historical Development of Roman 330 (29)
Religion: An Overview
Georg Wissowa
Christopher Barnes
Chronology 359 (4)
Biographical Dictionary 363 (2)
Glossary 365 (7)
Guide to Further Reading 372 (6)
Bibliography 378 (13)
Index 391