Kultus kekaisaran Romawi

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Kultus kekaisaran Romawi kuno menyanjung para kaisar dan beberapa anggota keluarganya dengan otoritas yang bersifat ilahiah (auctoritas) dari Negara Romawi. Pandangan tersebut berlandaskan pada keyakinan-keyakinan Romawi dan Yunani, dan dirumuskan pada masa Kepangeranan awal Augustus. Kultus tersebut cepat terhimpun di seluruh Kekaisaran dan provinsi-provinsinya, dengan ragam-ragam lokal dalam sudut pandang dan ekspresinya.

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