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They both look at regional changes outside the core area of the Roman empire, respectively the northern provinces and North Africa. Through combining the bird’s eye view with case studies, careful consideration is given to ways in which generalizations may or not be made about material culture in a religious setting. Woolf’s contribution is on the ritual traditions of non‐Mediterranean Europe. Late prehistoric societies of temperate Europe shared a broad set of ritual traditions. Until recently, these were known largely through accounts provided by first Greek and Roman and later Christian outsiders which emphasized elements they found exotic and interpreted ritual in terms derived from their own societies.
This is true not only in Antiquity. Archaeology, especially in the case of societies which are little, or not at all, documented in written sources, does not give us a direct link to religious practices in the symbolic and supra‐ natural spheres. Archaeology of sanctuaries can nonetheless, and we see that every day, increase our knowledge of ancient religions, as long as the perspective is well defined and the adopted methodology is compatible with the material evidence of religious character (from monumental architecture to small remains left over from banquets or sacrifices).
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