Bryn Mawr Classical Review
[First paragraph] Gil Renberg has done the field an incredible service with the publication of this monumental and far-reaching study. In the preface, Renberg states that one of his primary goals is to offer scholars a single resource for ancient incubation across the Near Eastern and Classical worlds (XVI). He has done precisely this with an exhaustive treatment of textual and archaeological evidence for incubation, including quotations of relevant texts in both the original language and in translation, alongside complete publication histories. 
Original Publication Citation
Nutzman, M. (2019). Where Dreams May Come: Incubation Sanctuaries in the Greco-Roman World, by Gil H. Renberg. Leiden; Boston : Brill 2017 (Book Review). Bryn Mawr Classical Review, 2019.01(41), 1-5.
Nutzman, Megan, "Where Dreams May Come: Incubation Sanctuaries in the Greco-Roman World, by Gil H. Renberg. Leiden; Boston : Brill 2017 (Book Review)" (2019). History Faculty Publications. 39.