Interest In Goddess Worship Is Growing In Contemporary Society, As Women Seek Models For Feminine Spirituality And Wholeness New Cults Are Developing Around Ancient Goddesses From Many Cultures, Although Their Modern Adherents Often Envision And Interpret The Goddesses Very Differently Than Their Original Worshippers DidIn This Thematic Study Of The Roman Goddess Ceres, Barbette Spaeth Explores The Rich Complexity Of Meanings And Functions That Grew Up Around The Goddess From The Prehistoric Period To The Late Roman Empire In Particular, She Examines Two Major Concepts, Fertility And Liminality, And Two Social Categories, The Plebs And Women, Which Were Inextricably Linked With Ceres In The Roman Mind Spaeth Then Analyzes An Image Of The Goddess In A Relief Of The Ara Pacis, An Important State Monument Of The Augustan Period, Showing How It Incorporates All These Varied Roles And Associations Of Ceres This Interpretation Represents A New Contribution To Art HistoryWith Its Use Of Literary, Epigraphical, Numismatic, Artistic, And Archaeological Evidence, The Roman Goddess Ceres Presents A Encompassing View Of The Goddess Than Was Previously Available It Will Be Important Reading For All Students Of Classics, As Well As For A General Audience Interested In New Age, Feminist, Or Pagan Spirituality
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- 308 pages
- The Roman Goddess Ceres
- Barbette Stanley Spaeth
- 06 June 2018 Barbette Stanley Spaeth