Corpus ID: 129273834

Beyond religion : cultural exchange and economy in northern Phoenicia and the Hauran, Syria

@inproceedings{Mazzilli2014BeyondR,
  title={Beyond religion : cultural exchange and economy in northern Phoenicia and the Hauran, Syria},
  author={F. Mazzilli},
  year={2014}
}
This PhD research challenges current scholarly debate on religion and religious architecture during the Roman Empire by offering a new understanding on the role of rural sanctuaries and a new approach on the subject. It re-evaluates the socio-economic significance of rural sanctuaries, and of the society that they represent, to a regional level and in a wider context of the Near East. This research can be seen as innovative because scholarly work on Syrian sanctuaries from the Roman period has… Expand

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