With new translations of inscriptions and papyri from hundreds of associations, alongside descriptions of more than two dozen archaeological remains of building sites, Associationsin the Graeco-Roman World provides students and scholars with a clear and re4adable resource for greater understanding of the social, cultural, and religious life across the ancient Mediterranean.
Complemented by a substantial annotated bibliography and accompanying images, this sourcebook fills many gaps and allows for future exploration in studies of the Graeco-Roman religious world, particularly the nature of Judean and Christian groups at that time.
Indispensable. A splendid resource for students at several levels, not merely in religious studies, but for anyone exploring the society and culture of the Hellenistic and Roman worlds.
A very welcome resource from a powerhouse of research. This collection is quite extensive and contains considerably more than most New Testament scholars are aware of.