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Title Votives, Places and Rituals in Etruscan Religion : Studies in Honor of Jean MacIntosh Turfa / edited by Margarita Gleba, Hilary Becker.
Imprint Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2009.

Series Religions in the Graeco-Roman world, 0927-7633 ; v. 166
Religions in the Graeco-Roman world ; v. 166.
Subject Etruscans -- Religion.
Etruria -- Antiquities.
Alt Name Turfa, Jean MacIntosh, 1947-
Gleba, Margarita.
Becker, Hilary.
Description 1 online resource (xliii, 291 pages) : illustrations, maps
Note English and French.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Summary This volume offers a contribution to the continued study of Etruscan religion and daily life by focusing on the less explored issue of ritual. The ritual is approached here through 14 case studies considering mortuary customs, votive rituals and other religious and daily life practices.
Note Print version record.
Contents List of Illustrations; Tabula gratulatoria; Jean MacIntosh Turfa-An Appreciation; Bibliography of Jean MacIntosh Turfa; Editors' Preface; Authors; Bibliographic Abbreviations; Introduction (Hilary Becker and Margarita Gleba); PART ONE VOTIVES; Chapter One 'Gli Etruschi fuori d'Etruria': Dons et Offrandes Etrusques en Mediterranee Occidentale et dans l'Ouest de l'Europe (Jean Gran-Aymerich); Chapter Two Les Inscriptions Votives du Sanctuaire de Portonaccio a Veies (Dominique Briquel).
Chapter Three Textile Tools in Ancient Italian Votive Contexts: Evidence of Dedication or Production? (Margarita Gleba)PART TWO PLACES; Chapter Four The Economic Agency of the Etruscan Temple: Elites, Dedications and Display (Hilary Becker); Chapter Five The Historical and Religious Context of Vows Fulfilled in Etruscan Temple Foundations (Ingrid Edlund-Berry); Chapter Six Remains of the Ritual at the Sanctuary of Poggio Colla (P. Gregory Warden).
Chapter Seven The Cima Tumulus at San Giuliano-An Aristocratic Tomb and Monument for the Cult of the Ancestors of the Late Orientalizing Period (Stephan Steingraber)Chapter Eight Stone Sculpture in the Context of Etruscan Tombs: A Note on its Position (Iefke van Kampen); PART THREE RITUALS; Chapter Nine The Earliest Etruscan Toast. Considerations on the Earliest Phases of Populonia (Gilda Bartoloni); Chapter Ten On Mutilated Mirrors (Nancy T. de Grummond); Chapter Eleven Ritual Dress (Larissa Bonfante).
Chapter Twelve Veiled and Unveiled: Uncovering Roman Influence in Hellenistic Italy (Fay Glinister)Chapter Thirteen On the Enigmatic Deity Lur in the Liber linteus zagrabiensis (L. Bouke van der Meer); Chapter Fourteen Cremation and Comminution at Etruscan T arquinia in the 5th-4th Century BCE: Insights into Cultural Transformations from Tomb 6322 (Marshall J. Becker); Illustrations Section; Index of Places; General Index.
Note Current Copyright Fee: GBP17.50 0.
ISBN 9789047442622 (electronic bk.)
9047442628 (electronic bk.)
9789004170452 (hardback ; alk. paper)
9004170456 (hardback ; alk. paper)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1163/ej.9789004170452.i-292
OCLC # 567688268
Additional Format Print version: Votives, places and rituals in Etruscan religion. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2009 9789004170452 (DLC) 2008036977 (OCoLC)244058812

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