Hellenic Religion and Christianization: C. 370-529

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Christianity seeped into the social, political, and religious fabric of the Roman Empire at an incredible pace, and during the late fourth to early sixth centuries the effects of christianization upon both the city and the countryside were profound. Frank Trombley looks specifically at this process he calls "christianization" and at the "points of conjuncture between the old and new religions, wherein the ordinary people of the Greek cities and their semi-Greek hinterlands accepted radical changes in their religious allegiances at the behest of Christian bishops, their deacons and periodeutai, the monks, and ultimately of the Christen emperors" (preface). Trombley's view encompasses not the intellectual elite but the "ordinary folk" of religious life. He studies, for example the effect of the laws against sacrifice and sorcery instituted by the Christian religion upon the Greek religious practices of the general populace. He also instructs us how official sanctions against pagan gods and the christianization of rite become the backdrop for better understanding conversion to Christianity. Trombley's firm grasp on a variety of complex disciplines reassures the reader throughout that his conclusions are informed by rigorous analysis. This publication has also been published in hardback, please click here for details.
  

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The Philoponoi of Alexandria and Hellenic Religion
1
Aphrodisias
52
Asia Minor
74
Arabs and Aramaeans in the Syrian Countryside
134
Inscriptions
173
A Semitic View
184
The Syrian Countryside Christianization and the World Beyond
200
Conclusions
204
The Orontes Basin
274
The North Slope of Djebel Riha Djebel Zawiyeh
279
Southern Djebel Riha
283
Tarutia Emporon and Its Environs
295
Central and Southern Djebel ilAla
301
Conclusions
311
The One God Inscriptions
313
The Bostrene Djebel Hauran and the Ledja
316

The Nile Valley from Canopus to Philae
205
Shenute of Atripe and the Cults of the Middle Nile Valley
207
The Closure of the Isis Temple at Canopus c 48789
219
The Cults of Philae in the MidFifth Century
225
Christian Philae and the Synoikism of Cults
235
Conclusions
239
Sacrifice in FourthCentury Oxyrhynchus
241
The Antiochene and the Apamene
247
Djebel Siman
253
Djebel Halaqah
263
Djebel Barisha
268
The Bostrene
320
Djebel Hauran
339
The Ledja
358
Conclusions
372
The God of Aumos at Deir elLeben
375
Temple Conversions and the Survival of Cult in the Early Sixth Century
377
Epilogue
380
Bibliography
387
Errata Additamenta to Part I
403
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Frank R. Trombley has held visiting positions at Georgetown University, Dumbarton Oaks, University of California (Los Angeles), and King's College London. He is now a lecturer in religious studies at Cardiff College, University of Wales.

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