Chaldean oracles and theurgy: mysticism, magic and Platonism in the later Roman Empire. Front Cover. Yochanan Lewy. Institut français d’arcéologie orientale. Aries – Journal for the Study of Western Esotericism 14 () 95– ARIES Book Reviews ∵ Hans Lewy Chaldaean Oracles and Theurgy. Chaldaean oracles and theurgy: mysticism, magic and platonism in the later Roman Empire. Responsibility: Hans Lewy. Edition: Nouv. éd. / par Michel Tardieu.

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