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the Sacred Stage : The Roman "Templum Rostratum".
The Roman Orator and the Sacred Stage : The Roman "Templum Rostratum".
The Romans lacked a separate word for "religion". Scholars therefore hold that modern notions of religion, due to their Christianizing assumptions, cannot be applied to Roman religion, which consisted in public and social religious observance rather than in individual spirituality. The first chapter argues that Roman religion can be conceptualized as a system of social religious behaviour and individual motivational processes.
The Roman Orator and the Sacred Stage: The Roman ‘Templum Rostratum’ (Collection Latomus 222). Brussels: Latomus, 1994. 343, 17 pls, 64 figs. The tip dates, assigned using the collection date of the isolate, is regressed upon the distance from the estimated root in the maximum likelihood phylogeny to determine temporal signal.