2012-2013 HEMED online course: Honouring the gods in the Classical Mediterranean realm and on its fringes

This entry is part 3 of 6 in the series HEMED online courses

During Classical Antiquity, the Mediterranean realm and its fringe was a very dynamic space in terms of human migrations, cultural and commercial exchanges, military and political conflicts. Often, religions were not at the core of power struggles but they were still part of the equation. There are archaeological and written traces of multiple forms of creation, adatation and retrieval of religious practices and references. HEMED researchers have tried to reflect upon this unique time in religious history through three topics: sacred grounds, religious mutations, relationship between religion and power.

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All the HEMED online courses are available at this address: http://hemed.univ-lemans.fr/index.html

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