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Transfering and transforming ancient greek ritual practices in Byzantine twelfth century novels and theatre

Abstract

The sixty-second canon decreed by the Constantinopolitan council in Trullo (years 691-692) 1 displays a strong survival in the Byzantine empire of popular festive rites from the ancient Greece. Such a situation is attesting a spontaneous syncretism between antique polytheism and Christianity. The council in Trullo intends not to prohibit these popular
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hal-03927343 , version 1 (06-01-2023)

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Florence Meunier. Transfering and transforming ancient greek ritual practices in Byzantine twelfth century novels and theatre. Multiple religious identities - individuals, communities, traditions, Jun 2018, Bern, Switzerland. ⟨hal-03927343⟩
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