Revealing and Concealing in Antiquity

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Revealing and Concealing in Antiquity

Af Libris Digimental

Secrecy and the act of concealing and revealing knowledge effectually segregate the initiated and the uninitiated. The act of sharing or hiding knowledge plays a central role in all human relations private or public, political or relgious. This volume explores the concept of secrecy and its implications in Antiquity, Late Antiquity and the Renaissance in eleven cross-disciplinary contributions using both textual and archaeological sources. By exploring the revealing and concealing of knowledge across different social contexts, time frames and geographical locations, the book provides insight into the concept of secrecy and its potential for illuminating the agendas behind identity Constructions, political propaganda, literary works, religious practices and shared history.

Sider: 202

Udgivelse: 2015 August

ISBN: 9788771243895

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