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Greek Popular Religion is a book by Swedish philologist Martin P. Nilsson. First published in 1940, the book is a seminal work in the study of Ancient Greek religion. It provides a comprehensive overview of the religious beliefs and practices of the Ancient Greeks, including the role of gods and goddesses, religious festivals and rituals, and the beliefs and practices of various religious groups within Greek society. Nilsson draws on a wide range of sources, including literature, archaeology, and inscriptions, to provide a nuanced and detailed picture of Greek popular religion. The book remains an important reference for scholars of ancient religion and classical studies.
This book has 45,440 words, 87 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1940.
Production notes: This ebook of Greek Popular Religion was published by Global Grey in 2019, and updated on the 2nd February 2023. The artwork used for the cover is 'Allegory of Fortune' - by Salvator Rosa.
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