Wednesday 19-Thursday 20 July 2017
19 July: 10.45am-5.30pm20 July: 10am-5.30pm
Programme to be confirmed.
Room G22/26, Institute of Classical Studies, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
This event is free but advanced registration is essential. Please register below.
Can we access the religious beliefs of ancient Greek individuals? Even though the notions of personal belief and an individual’s agency are attracting increasing interest in study of ancient Mediterranean religions, scholarship on Greek religion has tended not to move below the level of formally identified socio-political groups. This conference aims to explore evidence for individual belief in ancient Greek religious practice and experience, from the Mycenaean to the high Imperial period (participants are encouraged to consider processes of change).
We aim to explore such themes as:
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