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by Brent D. Shaw, Princeton University
published on 07 November 2011
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This is a second attempt at a synthesis of the main problems for the forthcoming Cambridge History of Ancient Religions. The problems are complex and still threaten to overwhelm. This version remains a cri de coeur: any helpful comments and criticisms are encouraged.
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University, B. D. S. P. (2011, November 07). Cult and Belief in Punic and Roman Africa.
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University, Brent D. Shaw, Princeton. "Cult and Belief in Punic and Roman Africa."
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