Did ancient religions know religious individuality? How did it work
in texts and practices related to texts? The creation of texts
offered opportunities to express one's own religious experience and
shape one's own religious personality - within the boundaries of
what is acceptable. Greek and Latin, Jewish and Christian texts
from the Hellenistic period down to Late Antiquity created
exemplary individuals or condemned individual deviance. The volume
presents exemplary cases and analyses, which open a new field for
research in the history of religion, covering ritual and literary
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