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by John Gwyn Griffiths


The origins of Osiris and his cult (Studies in the history of religions) epub

ISBN: 9004060960

ISBN13: 978-9004060968

Author: John Gwyn Griffiths

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Language: English

Publisher: E.J. Brill (1980)

Pages: 287 pages

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The origins of Osiris are surprisingly murky. His name appeared for the first time in the late Old Kingdom, and within a century he became the most important of Egypt's afterlife gods; the Pyramid Texts refer to him constantly

The origins of Osiris are surprisingly murky. His name appeared for the first time in the late Old Kingdom, and within a century he became the most important of Egypt's afterlife gods; the Pyramid Texts refer to him constantly. The mystery surrounding Osiris has spawned all kinds of speculative theories in the scholarly community, sometimes pretty far-fetched.

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The origins of Osiris and his cult. Studies in the history of religions ; 40. Notes. First published as: The origins of Osiris. Berlin : Hessling, 1966. The origins of Osiris and his cult, by J. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1980, The origins of Osiris and his cult, by J. Bibliography: p. -263. Osiris (Egyptian deity) Osiris (Egyptian deity) - Cult.

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Robat Gruffudd Heini Gruffudd Contents. Griffiths' writing was influenced by the European avant-garde movement, especially that of Dadaist Kurt Schwitters. His later substantial books include The Origins of Osiris and his Cult (1980), Atlantis and Egypt (1991), The Divine Verdict (1991), and Triads and Trinity (1996) as well as contributing to The Cambridge History of Judaism (1999).

The origins of judgement after death in the Judaeo-Christian tradition are examined in some detail and . John Gwyn Griffiths is Professor Emeritus of Classics and Egyptology in the University of Wales at Swansea

The origins of judgement after death in the Judaeo-Christian tradition are examined in some detail and elements are traced to Egyptian, Zoroastrian, and Judaic sources. John Gwyn Griffiths is Professor Emeritus of Classics and Egyptology in the University of Wales at Swansea. He is the author of the "Conflict of Horus and Seth" (1960), "Plutarch's De Iside et Osiride" (1970), "Apuleius of Madauros: The Isis book" (1975), and "The Origins of Osiris and his Cult" (1980). Библиографические данные.

This classic study offers an understanding of the ancient religious cults, exploring their appeal and eventual failure in the face of Christianity. Topics include the Eleusinian mysteries of ancient Greece; Asiatic cults of Cybele, the Magna Mater, and Attis; Dionysian groups; Orphics; Egyptian devotees of Isis and Osiris; Mithraism; and others

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a b c d John Gwyn Griffiths: The Origins of Osiris and His Cult ( Studies in the history of religions, vol. 40). BRILL, Leiden 1980, ISBN 9004060960, p. 6, 173 & 174.

Kherty was worshipped since the early 2nd dynasty, his name appears first time on stone bowls of king Sneferka. Stone bowl inscriptions from the reign of king Peribsen mention first time the title "god servant of Kherty" (Egypt. hem-netjer Kherty) Mythology. a b c d John Gwyn Griffiths: The Origins of Osiris and His Cult ( Studies in the history of religions, vol.

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