HISTORY 313 NOTES - -Armenian monphysites-polemical...

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-localization of religion in household -Veneration in temples (naos) -Artistic representation of divine -Invocation in legal texts -Sacrifice before battle (bloodless) -burial clubs -apotropaic jewlery -Practical Variety -all roman were orthodox except: -Jews, -gentiles, -Muslims, -paulicians: seen to be dualists. Thought that satan had as much power as god. Piest. -dualist Christians -9 th century -settled near eastern frontier -disputed imperial sovereignty -city of tephrike independent -alliance with Arabs so they could worship in their own way -Conquered in 860’s -Population transferred to western tharce
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Unformatted text preview: -Armenian monphysites-polemical theological literature-deep cultural integration-errant-Locative Religion-keeping order between human and divine. -Jonathan Z Smith-locative religion-utopian religion-Imperial religion-religion on behalf of the state and community-public practice-uniformity-military ceremonies-court ceremonies-emperor is the head of the church-proper religious actions help the state-the empire is successful because of proper religious actions-empire exists to foster Christianity-Personal Religion-unregulated, individual-private devotion-cover of your own icons...
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