The Religion of Ancient Egypt (Classic Reprint)

The Religion of Ancient Egypt (Classic Reprint) by W. M. Flinders Petrie

ISBN10: 144005651X
ISBN13: 978-1440056512
Author: W. M. Flinders Petrie
Title: The Religion of Ancient Egypt (Classic Reprint)
Publisher: Forgotten Books (November 16, 2016)
Language: English
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The Religion of Ancient Egypt (Classic Reprint) by W. M. Flinders Petrie



Excerpt from The Religion of Ancient Egypt

Lanzone.-Dizionario di Mitologia Egizia, 1881-86. 1312 pp., 408 pls. About £4 second hand. (The indispensable storehouse of facts and references.)

Wiedemann.-Religion of the Ancient Egyptians, 1897. 307 pp, 73 figs. 12s.6d. (The best general view of the subject.)

Wiedemann.-Article in supplement to Hastings's Dictionary of the Bible. (Excellent outline.)

Wiedemann.-Ancient Egyptian Doctrine of Immortality, 1895. 71 pp., 21 figs., 2 pls. 3s.

Maspero.-Dawn of Civilisation, see pp. 81-222, 1894. 25s. (A popular outline by a master.)

Maspero.-Études de Mythologie, 1893, 895 pp.

Maspero.-Inscriptions des Pyramides de Saqqara, 1894. 456 pp., 9 pl.

Renouf.-Book of the Dead, 1893-1902. 308 pp., 53 pl. £2. (The standard translation with the illustrations.)

Budge.-Gods of the Egyptians, 1904. 908 pp., 131 figs., 98 pls. £3, 3s. (Useful repertory, but illustrations not exact.)

Sayce.-Religions of Ancient Egypt and Babylonia, 1902. 509 pp. 7s. 6d. (Useful 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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