Animal Sacrifice in Ancient World. Proceedings of the Second and Third Workshops on Sacrifice (Kraków 10–12.02.2017, Changchun 22–24.09.2017)

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Edited by Krzysztof Bielawski, Matylda Amat Obryk
ISBN: 978-83-65886-96-5
Wydanie: Warszawa 2019
Oprawa: twarda
Liczba stron: 256
Format: 165x235 mm 
Seria: Ofiara krwawa w Grecji Starożytnej


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Table of Contents



Fred S. Naiden (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Sacrifice, Impiety, and Murder


Ioanna Patera (Jagiellonian University)

Small and Cheap? Sacrifices to Demeter and Kore


Krzysztof Bielawski (Jagiellonian University)

Animal Sacrifice in Greek Tragedy: Pervasive? Corrupted? Perverted?


Fred S. Naiden (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Greek Sacrifice According to the Marmarini Inscription


Krzysztof Bielawski (Jagiellonian University)

Human Sacrifice in Greek Tragedy


Selga Medenieks (Trinity College Dublin)

A Near Eastern Closure Ceremony and the End of a Sacrificial Ritual in Ancient Sardis


Michał Bizoń (Jagiellonian University)

Ancient Philosophers on Sacrifice and the Polis Religion


Matylda Amat Obryk (Heinrich-Heine-Universität)

Bloodless Sacrifice


Eleni Chronopoulou (Universidad de Zaragoza)

Sacrifice in the Magic of the Late Antiquity: Old Theories, New Approaches


Xiuzhi Huang (Ludong University)

The Quest for Legitimacy: Joseon Dynasty’s Reactions to Ming China’s ‛Great Ritual Controversy’


Li Yuan (Northeast Normal University)

Arrangements and Images of the Sacrificial Places in the Imperial Palaces of Ming Dynasty


This second volume of the proceedings is a collection of papers on the subject of sacrifice in the ancient world. It shifts the attention from Ancient Greek sacrifices (that was the topic in the first volume) to those in the whole of Antiquity. Such a perspective seems justified especially taking into account the fact that the sacrificial ritual is a common feature of ancient cultures, and studying it in such a broad, interdisciplinary approach brings us closer to understanding the essence of this phenomenon. We hope that this endeavor of investigating this common anthropological aspect of culture will be continued on the basis of subsequent meetings of researchers from around the world in various scientific disciplines, from philological, historical and religious studies to anthropological and philosophical ones.




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