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God and Gold in Late Antiquity. By Dominic Janes. (New York: Cambridge University Press. Pp. xii, ;13 b/w halftones, 1 color frontispiece.) This little book consists in five chapters. Chapter 1 is actually an introduction to the book overall; the chapter skims several subjects: public display of wealth, early Christianity and wealth. Title: Dominic Janes,God and gold in late antiquity Cambridge:Cambridge University Press, Author(s): Hunink, V.J.C. Antiquity Review of the hardback: 'God and Gold in Late Antiquity gives a good and often quite beautiful picture of this interaction, [between earth and heaven] and of the means used to achieve it. In his introduction the author says he is an atheist, this is the only superfluous statement in the book.'. Janes, in his book God and Gold in Late Antiquity, has shown the continuity of the use of gold, and its numerous associations with the numinous, from a pre-Christian to a Christian world. Gold retained its importance even within a religion that upheld poverty and the rejection of worldly goods (Janes ).
Download Citation | God and Gold in Late Antiquity. By Dominic Janes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xiv + pp. $ cloth. | God and Gold in Late Antiquity. By JanesDominic. (2) They said that the god was the Onlybegotten Son of the one and only God and that the sign that appeared was a token of immortality and was an abiding trophy of the victory over death, which he had once won when he was present on earth. They began to teach him the reasons for his coming, explaining to him in detail the story of his self. "This remarkable book reintroduces us to a Platonism long forgotten in the West. In a passionate tour de force of scholarship and insight, Algis Uzdavinys argues that philosophy was once a mystagogic rite of initiation transmitted by the great Neoplatonic teachers from Plotinus to Damascius. Uzdavinys's wide scholarship not only draws profound connections between Platonic philosophy, theurgy Reviews: Gold, chemical symbol Au (from the Latin aurum meaning ‘shining dawn’), is a precious metal which has been used since antiquity in the production of jewellery, coinage, sculpture, vessels and as a decoration for buildings, monuments and statues.. Gold does not corrode and so it became a symbol of immortality and power in many ancient cultures. Its rarity and aesthetic qualities made it an.