Elizabeth Frood & Rubina Raja (éd.), Redefining the Sacred. Religious Architecture and Text in the Near East and Egypt, 1000 bc-ad 300 (Contextualizing the Sacred 1) Inge Nielsen, Housing the Chosen. The Architectural Context of Mystery Groups and Religious Associations in the Ancient World (Contextualizing the Sacred 2)

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Ted Kaizer, « Elizabeth Frood & Rubina Raja (éd.), Redefining the Sacred. Religious Architecture and Text in the Near East and Egypt, 1000 bc-ad 300 (Contextualizing the Sacred 1) Inge Nielsen, Housing the Chosen. The Architectural Context of Mystery Groups and Religious Associations in the Ancient World (Contextualizing the Sacred 2) », Syria, ID : 10670/1.s9le88


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With the two volumes here under review, Brepols in 2014 launched a new series, Contextualizing the Sacred. The inaugural volume Redefining the Sacred, edited jointly by the two series editors, follows on (but does not quite form the proceedings of) a stimulating workshop organised in Oxford in March 2009.  As a collection of essays its aim is to delve into “questions related to the architectural development and multifunctional roles of temples and san...

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