|Title:||Women and Religion in the First Christian Centuries|
|Keywords:||Women and religion|
|Description:||Women and Religion in the First Christian Centuries focuses on religion during the period of Roman imperial rule and its significance in women’s lives. It discusses the rich variety of religious expression, from pagan cults and classical mythology to ancient Judaism and early Christianity, and the wide array of religious functions fulfilled by women. The author analyses key examples from each context, creating a vivid image of this crucial period which laid the foundations of western civilization.|
|Appears in Collections:||Religion|
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