Graeco-Roman


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Synonyms for Graeco-Roman

of or pertaining to or characteristic of the ancient Greek and Roman cultures

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Guy Rogers reveals in his book, The Mysteries of Artemis of Ephesos: Cult, Polis, and Change in the Graeco-Roman World, how the cult of Artemis at Ephesos endured and inspired Ephesians for half a millennium.
I think Atkinson's expert knowledge can be used in the best possible way when applied to 'Historians of Alexander the Great' and their later Roman followers from Lucullus, Pompey and on, the literary genre in itself in the Graeco-Roman letters.
Around 150 wrestlers from 16 Mediterranean littoral countries participate in the Graeco-Roman and free wrestling competitions to last at Ahmet Comert Sports Hall for three days.
Image and Text in Graeco-Roman Antiquity, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009, Pp.
The high-tech scans also failed to solve a 1,700-year-old murder mystery as a 'metallic' object in the neck of a Graeco-Roman mummy, which historians thought was an arrowhead, was in fact one of three or four fragments - probably metal - lodged in the base of the skull.
The hi-tech scans also failed to solve a 1,700-year-old murder mystery as a 'metallic' object in the neck of a Graeco-Roman mummy, which historians thought was an arrow head, was in fact one of three or four fragments - probably metal - lodged in the base of the skull.
This was also the lesson drawn by Paul of Tarsus, who grew up in a Graeco-Roman culture where athletic success was highly prized.
Then we'll settle down to the sport - and for a while we will become absorbed by things of which we know little, such as handball, softball, Yngling, Graeco-Roman wrestling and kieran.
To be sure, the book is as much, perhaps more, about Graeco-Roman slavery as it is about Jewish slavery.
Charlesworth dates to the first-century CE, describes a literal, utopian island that the righteous inhabit and, as such, seems much closer to Graeco-Roman eutopian texts such as Iambulus' Islands of the Sun than any of the Jewish texts Beavis examines.
Because Graeco-Roman religion was inclusive, there is no concept of defection as one adopts a new religion as a supplement to what one already has.
Magic and Rationality in Ancient Near Eastern and Graeco-Roman Medicine.
Or you can go, as I did, for a simple Graeco-Roman 'thermae' detox, said to date back to the 4th century.
Curl's argument is that Egyptian motifs were absorbed into Greek and then Graeco-Roman culture at least from the era of Alexander the Great, and can be traced almost continuously ever since; his vigorous and scholarly narrative is particularly valuable in uncovering unexpected fusions of ideas and images throughout history, and in challenging the conventional impression that the Egyptian revival somehow belongs to the 1800s and the 1920s alone.
In doing so, she is continuing a practice that goes back to apostolic times, when the Church accepted first gentile converts and then adopted the languages and cultural elements of the Graeco-Roman Empire.