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09/13/2023 05:30 PM ISAW Lecture Hall
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Sacro-Creative Action and the Making of Gods in and beyond Rome

John Hopkins

This lecture will take place in person at ISAW. Registration is required; click through for the registration link. It is well known that Roman life was steeped in religious practice. Historians also generally understand that the predation of an imperializing, centrally administered government in Rome began to deploy religion as a syncretizing, assimilationist and appropriative measure in Italic and Mediterranean occupation from the third century BCE, at least.
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