Table of contents - Introdution; 1. Animals in the Roman Empire; 2. United by Soul or Divided by Reason; 3. Vegetarianism, Natural History and Physiognomics; 4. Imagination and Transformation; 5. The Religious Value of Animals; 6. Animals Sacrifice - Traditions and new Inventions; 7. 'God is a Man-Eater' - The Animal Sacrifice and its Critics; 8. The New Testament and the Lamb of God; 9. Fighting the Beasts; 10. Internal Animals and Bestial Demons; 11. The crucified Donkeyman, the Leontocephalus, and the Challenge of Beasts; 12. Winged Humans, Speaking Animals; Notes; Bibliography.
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Subtítulo: CHANGING ATTITUDES TO ANIMALS IN GREEK, ROMAN AND