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This index is the list of names and terms that occur in this book titled Religious Diversity in Late Antiquity. In the book recent research by archaeologists and religious and literary historians is drawn together in an inter-disciplinary approach that sheds new light on the remarkable religious diversity of Late Antiquity and its significance for our understanding of this period and of the place of religion in the evolution of the ancient and medieval worlds. the context of the book, archaeological evidence, through its breadth and through its very independence from the traditions that dominate our literary sources, reveals the true diversity of religion in Late Antiquity.

Keywords:archaeological evidence; Late Antiquity; religious diversity



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