Rangar Cline is a historian of the later Roman Empire with research and teaching interests in Roman religions, epigraphy, and archaeology. His research focuses on the relationship between Greek and Roman religions, early Christianity, and Judaism in the Roman world. His book Ancient Angels, about angel veneration in the Roman Empire, was published with Brill Press (Leiden, March 2011) in the series “Religions in the Graeco-Roman World.” His current book project examines the economics of pilgrimage. Click here for Prof. Cline's website.
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