Ancient Egyptian Religion: An Interpretation

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Harper & Row, 1961 - History - 181 pages
Fascinating study finds underlying unity in Egyptian religions--the concept of the changeless. Relation of religion to Egyptian society, government, art, more. 32 halftones.

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The Egyptian Gods
3
The Egyptian State
30
The Egyptian Way of Life
59
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The late Henri Frankfort, famed equally as explorer and scholar, was director of the Warburg Institute and professor of preclassical antiquity at the University of London. Frankfort was the author and coauthor of many books, including "The Intellectual Adventure of Ancient Man," published by the University of Chicago Press.

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