Columbia, South Carolina: University of South Carolina Press, 1993. Hardcover. Fine/NF but for name/date of prior owner (professor of classical art). Red boards; gilt lettering. Glossy black dj with red lettering and yellow decoration. 306 pp. with 246 bw illus. Nanno Marinatos, who for nearly two decades in numerous notes and essays has been adding to our understanding of Minoan religious image and practice, has now produced a comprehensive study of Minoan religion encompassing the entire archaeological record of Minoan Crete from the Early through the Late Bronze Age. Here is a book rich in ideas and in detailed discussion of a vast array of evidence. Thoroughly steeped in the local interpretive literature of the subject, and informed by certain directions in the method and theory of religious studies, this book views the reconstruction of Minoan religion, for which there are no written sources and only a restricted body of iconographic ones, as relatively unproblematic. - from a review by James C. Wright, Bryn Mawr College.
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