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    Format: 1 online resource (512 pages)
    ISBN: 9789004469334
    Series Statement: Supplements to Novum Testamentum volume 186
    Content: This book combines careful reading of texts, inscriptions, coins and other archaeological materials to examine how religious practice, material culture and urban landscape changed as Philippi developed from a Roman colony to a major center for Christian worship and pilgrimage.
    Content: Intro -- Contents -- Figures and Tables -- Abbreviations -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction -- Part 1 Traditional Religion and Society in Philippi -- Chapter 1 The Forum at Philippi: The Transformation of Public Space from the Establishment of the Colony to the Early Byzantine Period -- Chapter 2 Reconstructing the Religious Landscape of the Roman Colony of Philippi -- Chapter 3 Thracian, Greek, or Roman? Ethnic and Social Identities of Worshippers (and Gods) in Roman Philippi -- Chapter 4 Non-Romans in the Roman Colony of Philippi and Their Hybrid Identities: The Case of the Thracian Population -- Chapter 5 Numismatic History of Philippi: From the Greek City-State to the Roman Colony -- Chapter 6 The Sanctuary of Hero Auloneites on Mt. Pangaion: Tracing Continuity and Change of Religious Practices in the Territory of Philippi -- Chapter 7 Maintaining the City: Enslaved Labor and Trade in Roman Philippi -- Part 2 Paul and His Influence -- Chapter 8 "Let Us Know Anything Further Which You Have Heard": Mapping Philippian Connectivity -- Chapter 9 Cost and Abundance in Roman Philippi: The Letter to the Philippians in Its Context -- Chapter 10 Echoes in the Praetorium: Place, People, and Prospects in Philippians 1:13 -- Chapter 11 Popular Heroization in Philippian Funerary Epigraphy and Paul's Letter to the Philippians -- Chapter 12 Class and Ideology in Acts 16: The Philippian Narrative as a Failed Revolution -- Chapter 13 Paul and Philippi: The Early Cult of the Apostle and the Topography of the Late Antique City -- Chapter 14 "The Beloved Community" after Paul: Early Christianity in Philippi from the Second to the Fourth Century -- Part 3 Late Antique and Byzantine Developments.
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    Additional Edition: ISBN 9789004469327
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe Philippi, from Colonia Augusta to Communitas Christiana Leiden : Brill, 2022 ISBN 9789004469327
    Language: English
    Keywords: Philippi ; Religion ; Gesellschaft ; Übergangszeit ; Antike ; Konferenzschrift ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Konferenzschrift
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    Author information: Friesen, Steven J. 1954-
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