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Fana, templa, delubra. Corpus dei luoghi di culto dell'Italia antica (FTD) - 5 : Regio X: Ljubljana, Vrhnika

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ISBN: 9782722604766 DOI: 10.4000/books.cdf.5041 Language: Italian
Publisher: Collège de France
Subject: History
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Sotto la direzione di John Scheid, Olivier de Cazanove, Filippo Coarelli e Adriano La Regina, lo studio dei luoghi di culto dell’Italia antica è un progetto di ampia portata che si concretizza nella pubblicazione della serie di fascicoli che vanno sotto il nome di Fana, templa, delubra (FTD). Il progetto censisce e inventaria l’insieme delle fonti archeologiche e letterarie comprese tra il VII secolo a.C. e il VII secolo d.C. in rapporto a singoli luoghi di culto. Il quadro generale di questo corpus è quello delle regioni augustee e, all’interno di queste, le unità di riferimento sono le città dell’epoca romana che costituiscono dei microsistemi omologi ma autonomi. Per questo motivo si è deciso di studiare le testimonianze riguardanti la vita religiosa nel loro contesto geografico, istituzionale e sociale. Questo quinto volume della serie riguarda le città antiche di Emona e Nauportus della regio X Venetia-Histria – che corrispondono alle città moderne di Ljubljana e Vrhnika in Slovenia. Le vestigia dei luoghi di culto aiutano a definire i limiti del territorio che appartiene a ciascuna di queste città e a tracciare sulla carta l’estensione di queste regioni e di quelle limitrofe. Questo corpus è pubblicato in due forme distinte e complementari: una pubblicazione cartacea presso l'editore italiano Quasar (https://www.edizioniquasar.it/sku.php?id_libro=2379) e una pubblicazione elettronica su questo portale.

Fana, templa, delubra. Corpus dei luoghi di culto dell'Italia antica (FTD) - 6 : Regio I: Ostie, Porto

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ISBN: 9782722605114 DOI: 10.4000/books.cdf.6147 Language: French
Publisher: Collège de France
Subject: History
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Sous la direction de John Scheid, Olivier de Cazanove, Filippo Coarelli et Adriano La Regina, l’étude des lieux de culte de l’Italie antique est un projet d’envergure qui se concrétise avec la publication de cette série de fascicules Fana, templa, delubra (FTD). Toutes sources, archéologiques et littéraires, entre le VIIe s. av. et le VIIe s. apr. J.-C. sont inventoriées par rapport à des lieux de culte précis. Le cadre général de ce corpus est celui des régions augustéennes, à l’intérieur de celles-ci, les unités de saisie sont les cités de l’époque romaine. Les religions de l’Italie antique ne peuvent pas être comprises comme des subdivisions locales d’une religion universelle, italique ou romaine ; elles formaient des microsystèmes homologues mais autonomes. Il convient donc d’étudier les témoignages sur la vie religieuse dans leurs contextes géographique, institutionnel et social. Ce sixième volume de la série porte sur les cités antiques d'Ostia et de Portus, de la région augustéenne Campanie-Latium qui correspondent aux communes modernes d'Ostie et de Porto. Les vestiges des lieux de culte témoignent des limites du territoire et nous aident à tisser sur la carte l’étendue de ces régions ainsi que celle de leurs voisines limitrophes. Ce corpus est publié sous deux formes distinctes et complémentaires : une publication papier chez l'éditeur italien Quasar (sous presse) et sa publication électronique sur ce portail.

Religion, Institutions and Society in Ancient Rome

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ISBN: 9782722602663 Year: Language: English
Publisher: Collège de France
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By opposing sectarian discourses with the universal weapons of history, philology and anthropology, in short, the entire arsenal of science and reason, the history of religions of the past enables us to deflate modern myths, and not only those of others but also our own. It allows us to identify the projection, in the imaginary past, of the “origins” of nationalist, religious or racist fantasies, and to disarm exaggerated interpretations of the sacred texts. Within nations inherited from the ...

Horizons of Shamanism: A Triangular Approach to the History and Anthropology of Ecstatic Techniques

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Book Series: Stockholm Studies in Comparative Religion ISBN: 9789176350270 9789176350249 9789176350256 9789176350263 Year: Pages: 142 DOI: 10.16993/bag Language: English
Publisher: Stockholm University Press
Subject: Social Sciences --- Bibliography
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"The multifarious and sometimes contested concept of “shamanism” has aroused intense popular and scholarly interest since its initial coinage by the Russian scholar V. M. Mikhailovsky in the late 19th century. In this book, three leading scholars, representing different branches of the humanities, dwell on the current status of shamanic practices and conceptions of the soul, both as ‘etic’ scholarly categories in historical research and as foci of spiritual revitalization among the indigenous populations of post-Soviet Siberia. Framed by an introduction and a critical afterword by historian of religions Ulf Drobin, the three essays address issues crucial to the understanding of cultural history and the history of religions. Marjorie Mandelstam Balzer, Research Professor in CERES, and the Department of Anthropology at the University of Georgetown, Jan N. Bremmer, professor emeritus and former Chair of Religious Studies at the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies of the University of Groningen and Carlo Ginzburg at Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa.
The editor Peter Jackson, is Professor at the Department of Ethnology, History of Religions and Gender Studies at Stockholm University."

The Organization of the Pyramid Texts (2 vol. set): Typology and Disposition

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Book Series: Probleme der Ägyptologie ISBN: 9789004218659 9789004227491 Year: Volume: 31 Pages: Vol. 1 xxxiv, 314 pp DOI: 10.26530/OAPEN_421591 Language: English
Publisher: Brill Grant: Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek
Subject: Archaeology --- Languages and Literatures --- History
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The ancient Egyptian Pyramid Texts form the oldest sizable body of religious texts in the world. Discovered in the late nineteenth century, they had been inscribed on the interior stone walls of the pyramid tombs of third-millennium kings and queens. From their content it is clear that they were concerned with the afterlife state of the tomb owner, but the historical meaning of their emergence has been poorly understood. This book weds traditional philological approaches to linguistic anthropology in order to associate them with two spheres of human action: mortuary cult and personal preparation for the afterlife. Monumentalized as hieroglyphs in the tomb, their function was now one step removed from the human events that had motivated their original production.

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