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SENSORIVM publishes the first results of a collective investigation into how Roman rituals smelled, sounded, felt and struck the eye. It brings Roman religious experience into the realm of the senses.

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SENSORIVM publishes the first results of a collective investigation into how Roman rituals smelled, sounded, felt and struck the eye. It brings Roman religious experience into the realm of the senses.
Autorenporträt
Antón Alvar Nuño is Professor of Ancient History at the University of Málaga. His research is focused on Roman religion, with a special interest in Roman magic, on which he has published two monographs, Envidia y fascinación. El mal de ojo en el Occidente romano, Madrid, 2012, and Cadenas invisibles: Los usos de la magia entre los esclavos en el Imperio romano, Besançon, 2017. Jaime Alvar Ezquerra is Professor of Ancient History at Carlos III University of Madrid. His research areas include the protohistory of the Iberian Peninsula (specially Tartessos), and Roman religion with a special interest in the cults of Mithras, the gens isiaca and Mater Magna, on which he has published Romanising Oriental Gods (Brill, 2008) and El culto a Mitra en Hispania (Madrid-Besançon, 2018). Greg Woolf is Professor of Classics and Director of the Institute of Classical Studies in London, and is also Honorary Professor of Archaeology at University College London. During 2018 he held a Chair of Excellence at Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain. His latest book is The Life and Death of Ancient Cities: A Natural History, New York, 2020.