Religions in the Ancient Mediterranean
About the Series
The Religions in the Ancient Mediterranean (RAM) series publishes volumes that apply contemporary theoretical perspectives to the ancient Mediterranean world, from the Bronze Age through late antiquity. Projects in the series incorporate recent advances in theory and method in the academic study of religion, including approaches that draw on sociology, anthropology, practice theory, ritual theory, cognitive science, gender theory, postcolonial theory, and linguistics. RAM welcomes studies that work across boundaries of subdiscipline, geography, language, and corpora throughout the ancient Mediterranean.
Debra Scoggins Ballentine
Aren M. Wilson-Wright
Saul M. Olyan
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