Item Number: 107515
Title: From Roman to Early Christian Thessalonike : Studies in Religion and Archaeology
Author: Nasrallah, Laura ; Charalambos Bakirtzis ; Steven J. Friesen (eds)
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Description: Cambridge: Harvard Divinity School, Harvard University Press, 2010. 24cm., pbk., 350pp., 130 illus. Contents: Late Antiquity and Christianity in Thessalonike: Aspects of a Transformation ; Voluntary Associations in Roman Thessalonike: In Search of Identity and Support in a Cosmopolitan Society ; Of Memories and Meals: Greco-Roman Associations and the Early Jesus-Group at Thessalonike ; “Gazing Upon the Invisible”: Archaeology, Historiography, and the Elusive Women of 1 Thessalonians ; Second Thessalonians, the Ideology of Epistles, and the Construction of Authority: Our Debt to the Forger ; Early Christian Interpretation in Image and Word: Canon, Sacred Text, and the Mosaics of Moni Latomou ; Social Status and Family Origin in the Sarcophagi of Thessaloniki ; Locating Purity: Temples, Sexual Prohibitions, and “Making a Difference” in Thessalonike Egyptian Religion in Thessalonike Aristotelis Mentzos Reflections on the Architectural History of the Tetrarchic Palace Complex at Thessaloniki ; Christianization of Thessalonike: The Making of Christian “Urban Iconography” Civic Identity in Christian Thessalonike ; Glassware in Late Antique Thessalonike: Third to Seventh Centuries C.E. (Harvard Theological Studies, 64)
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