Inventaire bibliographique des Isiaca (IBIS)

Répertoire analytique des travaux relatifs à la diffusion des cultes isiaques, 1940-1969. Avec la collaboration de G. Clerc III. L-Q

Inventaire bibliographique des Isiaca (IBIS)


Inventaire bibliographique des Isiaca (IBIS)

Répertoire analytique des travaux relatifs à la diffusion des cultes isiaques, 1940-1969. Avec la collaboration de G. Clerc|II. E-K

Inventaire bibliographique des Isiaca (IBIS)

This fourth volume (letters R to Z, nos. 1167 to 1752) completes the first series of "IBIS" which summarizes and analyzes publications concerning the spread of Egypitan cults in the Greco-Roman world produced between 1940 and 1969. A very detailed index of more than 150 pages allows a rapid consultation of the work making it a valuable research tool. Avec ce 4e volume (lettres R a Z = nos. 1167 a 1752) se termine la premiere serie d'"IBIS," ou sont resumees et analysees les publications relatives a la diffusion des cultes egyptiens dans le monde greco-romain, parues entre 1940 et 1969. Un index tres detaille de plus de 150 pages permet une consultation rapide de l'ouvrage, qui constitue un precieux instrument de travail."

Inventaire bibliographique des Isiaca (IBIS), Volume 4 R-Z

Inventaire bibliographique des Isiaca (IBIS), Volume 4 R-Z

This fourth volume (letters R to Z, nos. 1167 to 1752) completes the first series of IBIS which summarizes and analyzes publications concerning the spread of Egypitan cults in the Greco-Roman world produced between 1940 and 1969. A very detailed index of more than 150 pages allows a rapid consultation of the work making it a valuable research tool. Avec ce 4e volume (lettres R à Z = nos. 1167 à 1752) se termine la première série d'IBIS, où sont résumées et analysées les publications relatives à la diffusion des cultes égyptiens dans le monde gréco-romain, parues entre 1940 et 1969. Un index très détaillé de plus de 150 pages permet une consultation rapide de l'ouvrage, qui constitue un précieux instrument de travail.

Light Against Darkness

Dualism in Ancient Mediterranean Religion and the Contemporary World

Light Against Darkness

Light Against Darkness is comprised of articles that put on display the power and pervasiveness of dualistic thought. Dualism has proved a potent cultural tool for clarifying and ordering reality. Particularly in times of social stress and psychological insecurity, it can offer a valuable conceptual grid that provides orientation to the world and a clear sense of identity. At the same time, though, there are important questions to be asked about the social effects of binary thinking. As history amply illustrates, dualistic notions can readily be deployed to legitimate cultural demonization and to rationalize violence. At a deeper level, a dualist worldview can also obscure the possibilities to be found in multiplicity. The articles in this volume treat Dualism across a wide historical spectrum and from multiple methodological perspectives. The studies are organized around the religious and cultural contexts of Ancient Judaism and they include contributions from leading voices on ancient Persia, Israel, Greece, and Egypt. Experts on modern religious and philosophical thought not only lend context to concepts applied to the ancient world, but engage recent European and American experiments in binary thought. All of the studies contribute to a richer and more complete portrait of dualism in ancient Judaism.

Hommages à Maarten J. Vermaseren. 2

Hommages à Maarten J. Vermaseren. 2


De Memphis a Rome

Actes Du Ier Colloque International Sur Les Etudes Isiaques

De Memphis a Rome

The studies of the Isiac Cults are forty years old. Many of the scholars who have contributed to the development of this particular field of research, - the diffusion of the Egyptian cults in the Graeco-Roman world -, met in the Futuroscope of Poitiers for a three-day colloquium, to establish the progress of research, and the subjects which need more discussion. The synthesis of this colloquium is presented in this volume. The best specialists in the world give their assessment of the past forty years of research: which tools do students and scholars have? Which -provisional- conclusions can be drawn about, for example, the hellenization of Isis, the reality of the Roman soldier's devotion to Isis or Sarapis, the celebration of the "Isiaca" in Rome from Republican days well into the Empire? This volume is a very useful update on what we do and do not know in the study of the Isiac cults in the Graeco-Roman world.

Orientalia

Orientalia


Cleopatra's Egypt

age of the Ptolemies

Cleopatra's Egypt