Dangling Bodies, Robes of Glory: The Garb of Embodiment in Ancient Christianity
This essay surveys the many ways that embodiment shaped religious identity in late antiquity, drawing on the metaphor of garb: transformative, expressive, transcendent, interpretive and interpreted. This introductory chapter also provides a summary and overview of the essays in the book.
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