Mysteria Misc. Maxima: March 9th, 2012


Mysteria Misc. Maxima is a weekly feature which brings together links on religion and esotericism from around the internet.

Photo by Fergal of Claddagh.

About Sarah Veale

Sarah Veale is a former journalist and current MA student of Greco-Roman religion at the University of Toronto. Her first peer-review article, "Orientalism in Iamblichus' The Mysteries," was recently published in The Pomegranate:The International Journal of Pagan Studies.
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5 Responses to Mysteria Misc. Maxima: March 9th, 2012

  1. Chas Clifton says:

    Thanks for the link. I am adding Invocatio to my blogroll.

  2. Cat says:

    Sadly Agora, appears to have had very little to do with Hypatia, so stick with your math.
    (Sorry I have a math credential and love Hypatia.)

    • Sarah says:

      Hey Cat!

      Did you mean it has little to do with Hypatia, or that it is not entirely based on history?

      I know the movie came under some criticism for playing loose with the evidence, but when I saw it, it was all about Hypatia. (And I cried! I’m such a suck!)

  3. Cat says:

    Well it was definitely playing loose with the evidence of the historical Hypatia. Guesstory would have had to be used to produce a film of such length based on the evidence we have, but even so, they guessed big time. I also detest computer generated graphics in films, they look ugly and clumsy to those of us who do not play computer games.

    Exceed in subtlety.

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