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Sensing Divinity, colloque international, Rome, 23-24 juin 2017

Sensing Divinity/Les sens du rite. Incense, Religion and the Ancient Sensorium An international, interdisciplinary conference 23-24 June 2017, British School at Rome and the École française de Rome Programme Rome 22 Sensing Divinity Conference – 16×9 LCD V1 Organisers: Mark Bradley (University of Nottingham), Béatrice Caseau (Université Paris Sorbonne – Paris IV), Adeline Grand-Clément (Toulouse Jean-Jaurès/IUF), Anne-Caroline Rendu-Loisel (Toulouse Jean Jaurès), Alexandre Vincent (University of Poitiers) Inscription (gratuite) obligatoire avant le 14 Juin 2017    This conference will explore the history of a medium that has occupied a pivotal role in Mesopotamian, Greek, Roman and Judeo-Christian religious...

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Colloque international: « Sensing Divinity: Incense, Religion and the Ancient Sensorium », Rome, 23-24 Juin 2017

Colloque international organisé par Mark Bradley (University of Nottingham), Béatrice Caseau (Paris IV), Adeline Grand-Clément (Toulouse Jean-Jaurès/IUF), Anne-Caroline Rendu-Loisel (Toulouse Jean Jaurès), Alexandre Vincent (University of Poitiers) Lieu: British School in Rome (23 Juin) et l’Ecole française de Rome (24 juin) Inscription préalable (avant le 14 Juin 2017) sur le site Eventbrite This conference will explore the history of a medium that has occupied a pivotal role in Mesopotamian, Greek, Roman and Judeo-Christian religious tradition: incense. According to Margaret E. Kenna in her provocative 2005 article ‘Why does incense smell religious?’, this aromatic substance became a diagnostic feature...