The project MAP « Mapping Ancient Polytheisms. Cult Epithets as an Interface between Religious Systems and Human Agency » aims to build up a cartography of Greek and West Semitic polytheisms between 1200 BC and 400 CE using cult and literary epithets of the gods. Supported by ERC funding (Advanced Grant 741182), the project started on the 1st of October, 2017, and will provide, in five years of research: a new database of Greek and Semitic epithets and epiclesis; a network analysis of divine names in both cultural areas; a better understanding of the modes of addresses to the gods and of ritual agency by different sorts of worshippers; and finally a set of maps tracing the connections between gods, men, and contexts. The team leading the project is, for now, constituted of Pr. Corinne Bonnet (Principal Investigator) and five postdoctoral researchers: Élodie Guillon (team manager, and vice-director for 2017-2018), Miriam Bianco, Thomas Galoppin, Sylvain Lebreton and Fabio Porzia.
FECHA/DATE/DATA: 08-22/01/2018 - 05-19/02/2018 - 14-19/03/2018 - 09-30/04/2018 - 14/05/2018 - 04-18/06/2018
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Universitè de Toulouse, maison de la recherche (Toulouse, France)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Elodie Guillon
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