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This series, which is the successor to the former SBL Texts and Translations series, publishes translations of ancient texts that are important for scholars and students of religion and not otherwise readily accessible. Texts may be in any ancient language, with priority given to those that date from the period between Alexander and Justinian. Volumes normally include the original text and English translation on facing pages, an introduction with bibliography, short explanatory notes that are not as extensive as those in a full commentary, and appropriate indices. The series also publishes selected texts, translations, and studies of ancient texts.
The first online collection of Brill’s flagship series in Religion in Antiquity ( Religions in the Graeco-Roman World) presents monographs and collections of essays that make original contributions to the field. The series, formerly known as Études Préliminaires aux Religions Orientales dans l'Empire Romain (EPRO), is a forum for studies in the social and cultural function of religions in the Greek and the Roman world, dealing with the religions of city and region between ca. 400 bce and 700 ce, both on their own terms and in their interaction with early Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. Special attention is given to the religious history of regions and cities which illustrate the practical workings of these processes.

This e-series also includes Studies in Greek and Roman Religion (1980-1990), a series of 7 volumes on international studies in Hellenic and Roman theology.

This collection contains 190 titles published up to and including all titles published in 2015.

Edited by David Frankfurter, Johannes Hahn, Frits Naerebout and Miguel John Versluys

Formerly Études Préliminaires aux Religions Orientales dans l'Empire Romain (EPRO), the series Religions in the Graeco-Roman World is a forum for studies in the social and cultural function of religions in the Greek and the Roman world, dealing with the religions of city and region between ca. 400 bce and 700 ce, both on their own terms and in their interaction with early Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. Special attention is given to the religious history of regions and cities which illustrate the practical workings of these processes.



The series published an average of two volumes per year over the last 5 years.

Edited by Henk Versnel

International studies in Hellenic and Roman theology.
Scholarly monographs on the religious iconography of Mandaeism.