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Poseidon: A Link Between Semite, Hamite, and…

Poseidon: A Link Between Semite, Hamite, and Aryan

by Robert Brown

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An attempt to trace the cultus of the God to its sources, with illustrations of the history of the Kyklopes, Hyksos, Phoenicians, Aithiopes or Cushites, and Philistines. Partial Contents: Imperfect Supremacy of the Hombric Zeus; Nereus and Neptunus; Poseidon the Builder; Phoenician Architecture; The Name Kyklops Semitic; Metallurgistic Kyklopes; Aithiopian Theory of Mr. Cox; Poseidon Ennosigaios; Origin of the Philistines; Dagon and Sidon; Noah and Oannes.

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