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Animals, Gods and Humans: Changing Attitudes to Animals in Greek, Roman…
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Consulting a range of key texts and source material, this book covers 800 years and provides a detailed analysis of early Christian attitudes to, and the position of, animals in Greek and Roman life and thought. Of interest to classicists, it examines the dominant themes and developments in the conception of animals.
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