There is hardly a more controversial issue in the study of ancient religion than Orphism. More than two centuries of debate have n...
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There is hardly a more controversial issue in the study of ancient religion than Orphism. More than two centuries of debate have not closed the subject, since new evidence and divergent approaches have kept appearing regularly. This volume sheds light on the most relevant pieces of evidence for ancient Orphism, collected in the recent edition by Alberto Bernabé. It contains 65 short new studies on Orphic fragments by leading international scholars who comment one of the most controversial phenomena in Antiquity from a plurality of perspectives. Readers will acquire a global vision of the multiple dimensions of the Orphic tradition, as well as many new insights into particular Orphic fragments.
Miguel Herrero de Jáuregui, Ana I. Jiménez San Cristóbal, Eugenio R.Luján Martínez and Raquel Martín Hernández, Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Spain; Sofía Torallas Tovar, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Madrid, Spain.