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Images de dieux en dialogue

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This chapter considers one of Roman Gaul where one passes from conquest, almost aniconic representations of the Gallic gods of mostly anthropomorphic images, produced using Greco-Roman codes, though some remain specific traits. But the transformation of religious images in provincial companies has occurred in the conditions and with very different issues. The chapter explains how studies of religions of Egypt published over the last 50 years have considered the images of Egyptian gods and their possible changes, what interpretations of these changes have they proposed, and what can we say about the dialogue in pictures. It considers the stock of the place devoted to images in the works of the series of Preliminary Studies in the Eastern Religions in the Roman Empire (EPRO) concerning the Egyptian religion. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: dialogue Images; Egyptian religion god images; EPRO; Greco-Roman codes



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