Stevens Point, Wisconsin 2004 Trade paperback First edition. Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Slight wear to cover. Mint interior. Appears unread. 249 pp. This is a work
about influences and what "influences" means. It is also about the influence of one ancient Indian civilization's religious beliefs of two Mediterranean religions, one from the first centuries after, the Christian era. Professor Herman presents compelling evidence for the claim that the Harappan religion of the Indus Valley Civilization of 2500-1800 B.C. E significantly influenced the Dionysian religion of the ancient Mediterranean Greek and Roman world of 1450 B.C. E-300 C.E. which, in turn, influenced the early Christian religion of the ancient Greek and Roman of 50-300 C.E.
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