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Anna Leone is Senior Lecturer in Archaeology of the Roman Empire at Durham University, where she has worked since 2004. She is co-Director of the Centre for the study of the Ancient Mediterranean and the Near East, and she is a member of the Institute of Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Durham University. Dr Leone has published extensively on various aspects of North Africa in late antiquity.
Table of Contents
List of illustrations
1. Paganism and Christianity in Late Antique North Africa
2. The Fate of Pagan Religious Architecture: Was there a Conversion from the Temple to the Church?
3. Pagan Continuity and Christian Attitudes: When did Paganism End?
4. The Fate of Statues: Legacy of the Past or Economic Casualties?
5. Spolia in Churches: Recycling in Late Antique Building Activity
6. The World of the Profane in Late Antique North Africa
Inscriptions attesting to flamines and sacerdotales recorded in North Africa from the fourth century
1. Basilica I in the forum of Sabratha
2. Spolia and reuse in Basilica I at Sabratha