"A Cultural History of Animals in Antiquity presents an extraordinarily broad assessment of animal cultures from 2500 BC to 1000 AD, describing how animals were an intrinsic part of the spiritual life of ancient society, how they were hunted, domesticated and used for entertainment, and the roles animals played in ancient science and philosophy."
Index with abstracts to scholarly work covering all aspects of Greco-Roman antiquity through the 8th century A.D., including language and linguistics, history, literature, philosophy, art, archaeology, religion, science, and more.
Full online text and images for back issues of selected scholarly journals and monographs in history, economics, political science, anthropology, sociology, literature, etc.
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