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|Title:||Relating to the supernatural : a case study of fourth-century Syria and Palestine / by Silke Trzcionka.|
|School/Discipline:||School of Humanities : European Studies and General Linguistics|
School of Humanities : Classics
|Abstract:||An interpretative examination of one aspect of Greco-Roman social history, namely activities involving the supernatural in Palestine and Syria in the fourth century. Highlights the role that the supernatural could play in people's daily lives, and the intricate association of the preternatural with the social environment that accomodated it.|
|Dissertation Note:||Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, School of Humanities, Centre for European Studies and General Linguistics, Discipline of Classics, 2004|
Magic Syria History 333 B.C.-634 A.D.
Magic Palestine History To 70 A.D.
Religion and sociology Syria
Religion and sociology Palestine
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 296-333)
viii, 333 leaves ; 30 cm.
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