It was a difficult undertaking, especially under the provisions of centralized, syncretic authority.
The syncretic nature of the signs of practical experiences were reflected in the syncretism of tools and signs.
Moreover, the syncretic tendencies of Egypt responded admirably to those that began to obtain at Rome.
Due to the syncretic nature of such events, rituals addressed existence in its perceived totality.
In the syncretic phase of human practice, the relation was based on identity.
The syncretic stage of human activity was dominated by observations and short cycles of action- reaction.
At this threshold, syncretic human interaction was already rooted in well defined patterns of practical experience.
There is no distinct political dimension in the syncretic pragmatics of immediacy.
It was this syncretic religion that came to Rome after having enjoyed popularity in the eastern Mediterranean.
One obvious method of reconciling various tribal Gods in a syncretic Olympus, is the genealogical.
"reconciliation of different beliefs," 1610s, from Modern Latin syncretismus (David Pareus, 1615), from Greek synkretismos "union of communities," from synkretizein "to combine against a common enemy," from syn- "together" (see syn-) + second element of uncertain origin. One theory connects it with kretismos "lying," from kretizein "to lie like a Cretan;" another connects it with the stem of kerannynai "to mix, blend;" krasis "mixture."