Année de publication : Journal Of Hellenic Religion, , Vol. 14, 118-123.

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Efrosyni Boutsikas, ‘The Cosmos in Ancient Greek Religious Experience: Sacred Space, Memory, and Cognition’, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2020. 1 vol. Hardback 180 × 259 × 18 mm, 278 pages, ill. 64 colour and b&w, 18 graphs, 14 tables. Language: English. Price: £ 75.00. ISBN: 9781108488174.

An extremely interesting subject that is very well unfolded by Boutsikas in her very welcome monograph The Cosmos in Ancient Greek Religious Experience. The important theoretical concepts and the author’s in-depth analyses follow both a chronological framework (7 th to the 1 st centuries BC) and a geographical one that includes the mainland Greece, the islands, Asia Minor, Sicily, and Cyprus; […]

Mots-clés: Book Review, Cambridge University Press, cosmos, archaeoastronomy, stars, constellations, temples, ancient Greece, rites & rituals, light and dark, mythology, dromena, symbolism

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