Gods of the Egyptians 1904, Volume 1
The keeper of the Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities in the British Museum offers studies in Egyptian mythology. Lavishly illustrated with plates and line drawings. The Egyptian hieroglyphs are translated, and actual excerpts in hieroglyph abound in this scholarly work. Selected contents: The gods of Egypt; Primitive gods and nome-gods; Hell and the damned; The myths of Ra; Thoth, Maat and the other goddesses who were associated with him; The Horus gods.
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Review: The Gods of the Egyptians, Volume 1User Review - Adam - Goodreads
Gonna be a long long time in readin', however, bes' lil bathroom book I've dug up in a good long while. Chex yer local lib. The amt o' time for loanage is solid for readin' n' not wearin' uv. Then ... Read full review
Review: The Gods of the Egyptians, Volume 1User Review - Scott - Goodreads
While this is certainly the "authority" on Egyptian studies, I felt that it was still a bit over my head, as though it was written solely for college professors and other scholars. There are more ... Read full review