Places of transition and deposition: phenomena of water in the sacred landscape of Iron Age Central Adriatic Italy

Betts, Eleanor (2016). Places of transition and deposition: phenomena of water in the sacred landscape of Iron Age Central Adriatic Italy. Accordia Research Papers, 14 pp. 63–83.

Abstract

This article explores the role of water in ancient Italic religions, with a focus on Central Adriatic Italy (Marche and Abruzzo) and Emilia Romagna. The different types of water are examined through a phenomenological perspective, to consider how variations in water type affected the choice and use of places for religious ritual.

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