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Religion (RELI)

College of the Humanities
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

RELI 2734 [0.5 credit]

Graeco-Roman Religions

A study of religion in the ancient Mediterranean, concentrating on the rise of individualism, life after death, mystery religions, hero cults, gnosticism, asceticism, and magic. (Also listed as CLCV 2102.)
Precludes additional credit for RELI 2102.
Lecture three hours a week.

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