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The Book of the Sun by Tom Folley
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The Book of the Sun (edition 1997)

by Tom Folley (Author)

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From the moment mankind began to wonder about the world and his place in it, he has been fascinated by the sun. This guide looks at the sun's place in ancient religions, science's attempt to understand solar phenomena, and the sun in art and architecture.
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Info:Courage Books (1997), 128 pages
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From the moment mankind began to wonder about the world and his place in it, he has been fascinated by the sun. This guide looks at the sun's place in ancient religions, science's attempt to understand solar phenomena, and the sun in art and architecture.

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An elegant, lushly illustrated celebration of the power of the sun recounts ancient lore, countless legends, and myths, ranging from India's view the sun as the Universal Creator to tales of Greece's powerful sun god, Apollo.
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