The Cult of Isis in the Roman Empire: Isis Invicta

The Cult of Isis in the Roman Empire Isis Invicta According to Donalson foreign languages and history Alabama School of Mathematics and Science Mobile the cult enjoined conversion and promised a new birth articulated an equality of women with me

  • Title: The Cult of Isis in the Roman Empire: Isis Invicta
  • Author: Malcolm Drew Donalson
  • ISBN: 9780773468948
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Hardcover
  • According to Donalson foreign languages and history, Alabama School of Mathematics and Science, Mobile , the cult enjoined conversion and promised a new birth, articulated an equality of women with men, was favored occasionally by the most powerful in the empire, and sometimes seemed capable of providing a goddess for the whole world without excluding other gods and goddeAccording to Donalson foreign languages and history, Alabama School of Mathematics and Science, Mobile , the cult enjoined conversion and promised a new birth, articulated an equality of women with men, was favored occasionally by the most powerful in the empire, and sometimes seemed capable of providing a goddess for the whole world without excluding other gods and goddesses He examines several aspects of the religion, but does not extract details of belief and practice from the voluminous classical literature on it Rather he surveys first its chief characteristics, then its manifestation in the Roman Empire from the late republic to the Antonine period The text is double spaced Annotation 2003 Book News, Inc Portland, OR

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