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University dissertation from Uppsala : Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Abstract: The dissertation examines the historical evidence, and the historiographical and mythical aspects of the sources, of the evocatio-ritual of Republican Rome

University dissertation from Uppsala : Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Abstract: The dissertation examines the historical evidence, and the historiographical and mythical aspects of the sources, of the evocatio-ritual of Republican Rome. According to some ancient sources, the tutelary deity of an enemy city was, just before a conquest, "called out", that is, asked to abandon the city and promised a new temple in Rome. From the examination of the historical evidence, it is concluded that there is no certain and undisputable evidence of a specific and well-defined evocatio-ritual, and that definitions in.

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