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The religion of ancient Egypt

by Sir W. M. Flinders Petrie

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Dizionario diM itologia Egizia, 1881-86. 1312 pp., 408 pis. A bout Msecond hand. (T he indispensable storehouse of facts and references.) WIEDEMANN. Religion of the Ancient Egyptians, 1897. 307 pp, 73 figs. 12s.6d. (T he best general view of the subject.) WIEDEMANN. Article in supplement to Hastings sD ictionary of theB ible. (E xcellent outline.) WIEDEMANN. Ancient Egyptian Doctrine of I mmortality, 1895. 71 pp., 21 figs., 2pis. 3s. MASPERO. Dawn of Civilisation, see pp. 81-222, 1894. 25s. (A popular outline by a master.) MASPERO. Etudes de Mythologie, 1893, 895 pp. MASPERO. Inscriptions des Pyramides deS aqqara, 1894. 456 pp., 9pi. KENOUF. Book of theD ead, 1893-1902. 308 pp., 53 pi. 2. (T he standard translation with the illustrations.) BUDGE. Gods of theE gyptians, 1904. 908 pp., 131 figs., 98 pis. 3, 3s. (U seful repertory, but illustrations not exact.) SAYCE. Religions of Ancient Egypt and Babylonia, 1902. 509 pp. 7s. 6d. (U seful for comparative view.) PETRIE. Religion and Conscience in Ancient Egypt, 1898. 176 pp. 2s. 6d. (A study of the nature of conscience, and the tribal aspect of religion.
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