The secret books of the Egyptian Gnostics: an introduction to the Gnostic Coptic manuscripts discovered at Chenoboskion

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AMS Press, Jun 1, 1972 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 445 pages
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I thought it was a kick-ass book and would recommend it to anyone looking on the roots of western religions such as Christianity, and also the Gospel of St. Thomas was a nice added bonus. Read full review

Contents

iNTRODUCnON
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ORIGINAL TEXTS AND MONUMENTS
64
THE STORY OF A DISCOVERY
116
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About the author (1972)

Jean Doresse is a renowned historian and a scholar of Egyptology and Greek papyrology. He was head of the research department at the Centre National de Recherche Scientifique and for five years undertook expeditions on behalf of the French government, establishing the first archaeological service in Ethiopia. He lives in France.

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