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Author Boutantin, Céline.
Title Terres cuites et culte domestique : bestiaire de l'Égypte gréco-romaine / par Céline Boutantin.
Published Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2014.
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 Floor3  NB158.5.E3 B68 2014    IN LIBRARY
  
Description xii, 642 pages : illustrations (mostly colored), maps ; 25 cm
Content Type text
still image
Format volume
Series Religions in the Graeco-Roman World ; volume 179
Religions in the Graeco-Roman world ; v. 179.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 606-626) and index.
Summary In 'Terracotta and domestic worship. Bestiary of the Graeco-Roman Egypt', Celine Boutantin proposes a new approach of terracotta produced in Egypt in the Greco-Roman period. A study taking into account the archaeological contexts allows to propose a synthesis of production workshops and to show, in some cases, an adaptation of the production of local cults. An inventory of figurines found in homes, temples and tombs allow to study the functions of these objects. Through the study of a particular theme, animal terracottas, the author raises questions about beliefs and personal or private practices.
Subject Terra-cotta figurines, Hellenistic -- Egypt.
Terra-cotta figurines, Roman -- Egypt.
Cults -- Egypt.
Egypt -- Religion.
Egypt -- Antiquities, Greek.
Egypt -- Antiquities, Roman.
ISBN 9789004262034 hardback alkaline paper
9004262032 hardback alkaline paper
9789004263246 (e-book)
9004263241 (e-book)
9789004263246 (e-book)
OCLC number 870509406