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A number of factors affected peoples choice of gods in ancient Greece, how and where they worshipped them and what they hoped to receive in return. This study focuses on the religious beliefs of mariners, their votive offerings, religious rituals, folklore and the sacred places they held as significant. Romero argues that exposure to other gods and foreign belief systems meant that mariners enjoyed a more open set of religious beliefs. She looks at the material expressions of these beliefs, the sacred places and festivals involved, and mariners adaptation to different circumstances to provide protection against the dangers of the sea and the fear of the unknown. Unfortunately devoid of illustrations. Includes an English summary.
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