The Gods of Ancient Egypt

The Gods of Ancient Egypt

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Baker & Taylor
An exploration of Egyptian divinity illustrates the role of religion in ancient Egyptian culture, including the implications of polytheism and the interrelation of man, nature, and the divine

Norton Pub
This volume by the renowned Egyptologist Pascal Vernus captures the very essence of Ancient Egypt-a civilization thoroughly imbued by the inspirational and multiform presence of the divine. Accompanying by 110 color photographs of treasures of Egyptian art and architecture, as well as impressive aerial views of the surrounding landscapes, Vernus's exploration of Egyptian divinity reveals the central role that religion played in Egyptian life and culture.

Publisher: New York, NY : George Braziller, 1998
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780807614358
Branch Call Number: 299.31 VERNU
Characteristics: 202 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 33 cm


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