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Palmyrenes of Dura-Europos

a study of religious interaction in Roman Syria

by Lucinda Dirven

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Published by Brill in Boston .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Dura-Europos (Extinct city),
  • Tadmur (Syria)
    • Subjects:
    • Dura-Europos (Extinct city) -- Religion,
    • Tadmur (Syria) -- Religion,
    • Dura-Europos (Extinct city) -- Antiquities

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [335]-348) and index.

      Statementby Lucinda Dirven.
      SeriesReligions in the Graeco-Roman world,, v. 138
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBL1640 .D57 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxiv, 360 p. :
      Number of Pages360
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL46210M
      ISBN 109004115897
      LC Control Number99044510

      From the third century A.D. until the s, the ancient city of Dura, which the Greeks called Europos, lay covered by the sands of time. Today, hardly a book that touches on the ancient Eastern Mediterranean or on the development of art and religion in the West is without reference to the spectacular discoveries made at this site on the western bank of the Euphrates by: This volume advances our understanding of the religion, society and culture of Dura-Europos, the small town on the Euphrates known since the s as the 'Pompeii of the Syrian desert'. Several features make the site potentially our best source for day-to-day life in a small town situated on the periphery of the Roman world: inscriptions and graffiti in ten ancient languages; sculptures and.

      This volume provides a reconstruction of the religion of Palmyrenes in Dura-Europos on the basis of archaeological remains, and focuses upon the religious interaction between this migrant community and their new residence. Category: History The Parthian Period Mit Kt Skizze. The small fortress town of Dura-Europos is known, since the great Russian scholar Mikhaïl Rostovtzeff, as the ‘Pompeii of the Syrian desert’.1 Situated on the Middle Euphrates river, it was founded as a Macedonian colony by one of the successors to Alexander the Great. Towards the end of the second century BC, Dura-Europos came.

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Palmyrenes of Dura-Europos by Lucinda Dirven Download PDF EPUB FB2

Information on the Palmyrenes of Dura-Europos consists primarily of archaeological remains that have been found there. The Palmyrene materials from Dura-Europos have never been published collectively, and for this reason they are enumerated and re-evaluated in the appendix.

The book is richly illustrated with 20 figures and 22 by: Information on the Palmyrenes of Dura-Europos consists primarily of archaeological remains that have been found there.

The Palmyrene materials from Dura-Europos have never been published. Information on the Palmyrenes of Dura-Europos consists primarily of archaeological remains that have been found there.

The Palmyrene materials from Dura-Europos have never been published collectively, and for this reason they are enumerated and re-evaluated in the appendix. The book is richly illustrated with 20 figures and 22 by: This volume provides a reconstruction of the religion of Palmyrenes in Dura-Europos on the basis of archaeological remains, and focuses upon the religious interaction between this migrant community.

The Palmyrenes of Dura-Europos A Study of Religious Interaction in Roman Syria Series: Religions in the Graeco-Roman World, Volume: Author: Lucinda Dirven.

The Palmyrenes of Dura-Europos A Study of Religious Interaction in Roman Syria Series: Religions in the Graeco-Roman World, Volume: Author: Lucinda Dirven.

The Palmyrenes of Dura-Europos. This book provides an excellent overview of political and religious life in Dura throughout its history. Dirven goes into great detail about many temples in the city, including their architecture, and archaeological finds discovered at its religious sites.

Edwell, Peter. The Palmyrenes of Dura-Europos. This volume deals with the religion of Palmyrenes in Dura-Europos during the first three centuries of the Common Era, /5(27K).

Dura-Europos is one of Syria's most important archaeological sites. Situated on the edge of the Euphrates river, it was the subject of extensive excavations in the s and 30s by teams from Yale University and the Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres. Controlled variously by Seleucid, Parthian, and Roman powers, the site was one of impressive religious and linguistic diversity: it Price: $ This book provides an overview of the archaeological history of Dura-Europos, the small town situated on the Middle Euphrates that lived through Hellenistic, Parthian and Roman periods until its capture by the Sasanians.

As an overview, this outstanding book has no : Ted Kaizer. Dirven, L. (), The Palmyrenes of Dura-Europos. A Study of Religious Interaction in Roman Syria. A Study of Religious Interaction in Roman Syria. RGRW (Leiden). Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Citizen Band 16 Gerente Digital por Alejandro Recio Common Core World Leaders ASMR True Crime RaW AM's posts Forced 2 Podcast Gold Soundz.

The Feriale Duranum is a calendar of religious observances for a Roman military garrison at Dura-Europos on the Euphrates, Roman Syria, under the reign of Severus Alexander (– AD).

The small papyrus roll was discovered among the documents of an auxiliary cohort, the Cohors XX Palmyrenorum (Twentieth Cohort of Palmyrenes), in the Temple of Azzanathkona.

This chapter examines the structure and maintenance of Palmyrene identity and community abroad. It begins with a discussion of the Palmyrenes of Dura–Europos, for whom the evidence is the most abundant. The Palmyrenes of Dura constructed a social context that reveals their integration and cooperation with their Durene neighbors, perhaps because of strong commercial relations.

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The Palmyrenes of Dura-Europos: a study of religious interaction in Roman Syria. [Lucinda Dirven] -- AND CONCLUSIONSAPPENDIX; Archaeological Remains of Palmyrene Culture in Dura-Europos; Bibliography; Index of Personal Names; Epigraphical lndex; General lndex; List of Figures and Plates.

Dura-Europos (Greek: Δοῦρα Εὐρωπός), also spelled Dura-Europus, was a Hellenistic, Parthian and Roman border city built on an escarpment 90 metres ( feet) above the right bank of the Euphrates river. It is located near the village of Salhiyé, in today's BC, Parthians conquered the city, and held it, with one brief Roman intermission ( AD), until nates: 34°44′49″N 40°43′48″E /.

This volume provides a reconstruction of the religion of Palmyrenes in Dura-Europos on the basis of archaeological remains, and focuses upon the religious interaction between this migrant community and their new residence.

The Houses of Dura-Europos: Archaeology, Archive, and Assemblage A green-glaz ed burner in the shape of a quadruped, perhaps a camel, 68 was fo und in C7 –A 2. Another, metalAuthor: J. Baird. The Temple of the Gadde is a double temple in the Syrian city of Dura-Europos, located near the agora (insula H1).

It was dedicated to the protective deities (Gaddē – Gad means 'the Lord') of Dura-Europos and the nearby city of was excavated between and January by the French/American expedition of Yale University, led by Michael Rostovtzeff.

The Palmyrenes of Dura-Europos: A Study of Religious Interaction in Roman Syria. Religions in the Graeco–Roman World. Brill.

ISBN ISSN CS1 maint: ref=harv ; Dodgeon, Michael H; Lieu, Samuel N. C (). The Roman Eastern Frontier and the Persian Wars AD – A Documentary History. : Zenobia.The book includes an English-Aramaic index to the glossary, a list of personal names, and a number of concordances of text references, including museum numbers, to facilitate relation of this edition to earlier works in the field.

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