The Religion of Numa


Book Details

Author  Jesse Benedict Carter
Publisher  Forgotten Books
Publication Date   December 28, 2007
ISBN  1605063843
Pages  145

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Book Description:

"This is a short survey of the history of Roman religion, particularly the Roman pantheon, from its origins as abstract animistic deities, the infiltration of Greek gods and goddesses, the influence of the Sibyllines, the introduction of Near Eastern Goddess worship and other deities, and finally the rise of the God-Emperors, codified under Augustus." (Quote from

Table of Contents:

Publisher's Preface; Preface; The Religion Of Numa; The Reorganisation Of Servius; The Coming Of The Sibyl; The Decline Of Faith; The Augustan Renaissance

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