Table of contents for Religion in republican Italy / edited for the Department of Classics by Celia E. Schultz and Paul B. Harvey, Jr.


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Introduction Celia E. Schultz and Paul B. Harvey, Jr; 1. Reconsidering ‘religious Romanization’ Fay Glinister; 2. In search of the Etruscan priestess: a reexamination of the hatrencu Lesley E. Lundeen; 3. Etruscan religion at the watershed: before and after the fourth century BCE Jean MacIntosh Turfa; 4. Religious locales in the territory of Minturnae: some aspects of Romanization Valentina Livi; 5. Religion and memory at Pisaurum Paul B. Harvey, Jr; 6. Inventing the sortilegus: lot divination and cultural identity in Italy, Rome, and the provinces W. E. Klingshirn; 7. Hot, cold, or smelly: the power of sacred water in Roman religion Ingrid Edlund-Berry; 8. Religion and politics: did the Romans scruple about the placement of their temples? John Muccigrosso; 9. Juno Sospita and Roman insecurity in the Social War Celia E. Schultz; 10. Beyond Rome and Latium: Roman religion in the Age of Augustus A. E. Cooley; Appendix: translation of the Ludi Saeculares dossier A. E. Cooley.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Religion and politics -- Rome -- History.
Rome -- Religion.
Rome -- History -- Republic, 265-30 B.C.