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In: Isis on the Nile. Egyptian Gods in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt
In: Isis on the Nile. Egyptian Gods in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt
In: Panthée: Religious Transformations in the Graeco-Roman Empire
In: Panthée: Religious Transformations in the Graeco-Roman Empire
In: Nile into Tiber: Egypt in the Roman World
Nilotic Scenes and the Roman Views of Egypt
This archaeological study investigates the meaning of the Egyptian and egyptianising artefacts that have been preserved from the Roman world in different ways.
Its point of departure is a detailed study on the so-called Nilotic scenes or Nilotic landscapes. The book presents a comprehensive and illustrated catalogue of the genre that was popular all around the Mediterranean from the Hellenistic period to the Christian era as well as a contextualisation and interpretation.
Drawing on the conclusions thus reached the whole group of Aegyptiaca Romana is subsequently studied. Based on a general overview of this material in the Roman world and, moreover, a case-study of the Aegyptiaca from the city of Rome the different meanings of this cultural phenomenon are mapped. Together with other Egyptian deities popular in the Roman world, the goddess Isis plays an important role in this discussion.
Aegyptiaca Romana, among them the Nilotic scenes, are part of the reflection of the Roman attitude towards and thoughts on Egypt, Egyptian culture and the East. The concluding part of the book illustrates and tries to explain this Roman discourse on Egypt.
In: The Letter of Mara bar Sarapion in Context
In: Aegyptiaca Romana
In: Aegyptiaca Romana
In: Aegyptiaca Romana