The Imperial Cult in the Latin West: Studies in the Ruler Cult of the Western Provinces of the Roman Empire, Том 147

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BRILL, 1987 - Всего страниц: 400
This volume focuses on the headquarters of provincial cults and the principal features of the worship offered there on behalf of the province. Evidence for provincial centres survives in various forms of varying degress of reliability but, while no standard pattern emerges, it seems clear that every province established a permanent base that served similar cultic, administrative, recreational and ideological purposes. Traces of provincial worship are more fleeting but a rough picture can be reconstructed of priestly "regalia and of the calendar, rites and associated liturgy and ceremonial that marked the differing cults of individual provinces. Both studies conclude with an overview of the main conclusions and are profusely illustrated with over a hundred plates or diagrams.

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TheProvincialCentre
1
Emerita
41
Corduba
71
Lugdunum
105
Narbo Martius
129
Camulodunum
135
Gorsium
149
Sarmizegetusa
173
The Provincial Centre
185
ProvincialCult
221
Calendar
229
Rites
235
Dedications
289
Games
305
Provincial Cult
351
References
371

Carthage
179

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Duncan Fishwick, D.Litt. (1971), Leiden, is Emeritus Distinguished University Professor of Classics at University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. He has published extensively in the ruler cult, including The Imperial Cult in the Latin West. Vols. 1,1-2; 2,1-2 (Brill, 1987-92).

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