Παρασκευή, 17 Ιουλίου 2020

Το τρέχον τεύχος του RRE / The current issue of RRE

Religion in the Roman Empire 5/3 (2019)
Curses in Context, 1: Curse- Tablets in Italy and the Western Roman Empire

  • Christopher A. Faraone, Richard L. Gordon, "Curse-Tablets in Italy and the Western Roman Empire: Development, Aims, Strategies and Competence," 319-334 (abstract)
  • Paolo Vitellozzi, "Curses and Binding Rituals in Italy: Greek Tradition and Autochtonous Contexts," 335-362 (abstract)
  • Riccardo Massarelli, "The Etruscan defixiones: From Contexts to Texts," 363-375 (abstract)
  • Francisco Marco Simón, "Early Hispanic Curse Tablets: Greek, Latin – and Iberian?" 376-397 (abstract)
  • Antón Alvar Nuño, "The Use of Curse Tablets among Slaves in Rome and its Western Provinces," 398-416 (abstract)
  • Richard L. Gordon, "Do the 'Vernacular' Curse-Tablets from Italy Represent a Specific Knowledge- Practice?" 417-439 (abstract)
  • Stuart McKie, "Enchained Relationships and Fragmented Victims," 440-455 (abstract)
  • Celia Sánchez Natalías, "Aquatic Spaces as Contexts for Depositing defixiones in the Roman West," 456-467 (abstract)









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