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Frank Trombley looks specifically at this process he calls "christianization" and at the "points of conjuncture between .

Frank Trombley looks specifically at this process he calls "christianization" and at the "points of conjuncture between the old and new religions, wherein the ordinary people of the Greek cities and their semi-Greek hinterlands accepted radical changes in their religious allegiances at the behest of Christian bishops, their deacons and periodeutai, the monks, and ultimately of the Christen emperors" (preface). Trombley's view encompasses not the intellectual elite but the "ordinary folk" of religious life.

Religions in the Graeco-Roman World, Volume: 115/2

Religions in the Graeco-Roman World, Volume: 115/2. It examines such questions as the effect of the laws against sacrifice and sorcery, temple conversions, the degradation of pagan gods into daimones, the christianization of rite, and the social, political and economic background of conversion to Christianity.

Home Browse Books Book details, Hellenic Religion and Christianization, . .Hellenic Religion and Christianization, C. 370-529 - Vol. 2. By Frank R. Trombley. Frank Trombley looks specifically at this process he calls christianization and at the points of conjuncture between the old and new religions, wherein the ordinary people of the Greek cities and their semi-Greek hinterlands accepted radical changes in their religious allegiances at the behest of Christian bishops, their deacons and periodeutai, the monks, and ultimately of the Christen emperors (preface).

Ancient Religions Miroslav Marcovich: Studies in Graeco-Roman Religions and Gnosticism. Divine Images and Human Imaginations in Ancient Greece and Rome (Religions in the Graeco-Roman World 170). Studies in Greek and Roman Religion, . Pp. Ix+195. Leiden, New York, Copenhagen and Cologne: Brill, 1988. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2010.

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Christianization - F. R. Trombley: Hellenic Religion and Christianization c. Religions in the Graeco-Roman World, 115/1,2. xiii+344; xv+430. Leiden, New York, Cologne: E. J. Brill, 1993, 1994.

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This work discusses the decline of Greek religion and the christianization of town and countryside in the eastern Roman Empire between the death of Julian the Apostate and the laws of Justinian the Great against paganism, c. 370-529.It examines such questions as the effect of the laws against sacrifice and sorcery, temple conversions, the degradation of pagan gods into daimones, the christianization of rite, and the social, political and economic background of conversion to Christianity. Several local contexts are examined in great detail: Gaza, Athens, Alexandria, Aphrodisias, central Asia Minor, northern Syria, the Nile basin, and the province of Arabia.It lays particular emphasis on the criticism of epigraphy, legal evidence, and hagiographic texts, and traces the demographic growth of Christianity and the chronology of this process in selected local contexts. It also seeks to understand the behavioral patterns of conversion.This publication has also been published in paperback, please click here for details.