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WR152: Temples, Shrines, & Bathhouses: Religion in the Roman Empire

possiel spring 2021


"Excavated by Yale University and the French Academy of Inscriptions and Letters in the 1920s and 1930s, Dura-Europos is a fascinating crossroads of ancient cultures. The unearthed synagogue, Christian building, and Mithraeum — and the over 12,000 artifacts of daily life now preserved at the Yale University Art Gallery — present a vivid picture of life in a Roman city in the third century A.D."   Click image for source.



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