REL 341 - Religions of the Roman Empire
An examination of public cult under the Roman Empire: sacrifices, divination, priesthoods and holidays, as well as the religious groups devoted to Isis, Mithras, Moses and Christ.
Satisfies the Philosophical and Religious Perspectives requirement.
Prerequisites & Notes
Students at all levels welcome.
This course is also cross-listed with Classics and could be applied towards a Classics major.
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