A Comprehensive Dictionary of the Gods

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Wings Books, 1995 - Religion - 201 pages
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A unique look at gods and goddesses throughout many cultures and over many centuries. From Abaasy to Zvoruna, an illuminating. utterly entertaining, and informative guide that combines humor and scholarship. Jam-packed with information, it's a fascinating and authoritative reference tool.

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Contents

Abaasy to Azi with an Aside on the Amesha Spentas
13
Baal Bab and the Basilisk
29
Calliope Calypso and the Cyclopes Trio
39
Daikoku and the Danse Macabre
51
Elixirs Elves and Eros
59
Faith and Fravartin
67
Gad to Gyges
73
Hachakyum the God of Real People
77
Oannes to Oya
135
Pan Pereplut and Pinga
143
Qaholom and Quirinus
149
The Peculiar Punishment of Rahu
151
Satyrs and Seraphim
157
The Revenge of Takaro
169
Ulu Tojon Governor of the Northeastern Section of the Universe
181
Vainamoinen Vila and the Voices of the Void
187

Ida IdaTen and Issitoq
89
Jinn and Juck
95
KishimoJin Who Changed Her Mind
99
Lilith Loki and Lugeilan
107
Magic Manasa and Moschel
115
A Few Words About Nymphs
125
The WakanTanka
191
Xevioso of Vodu
193
Yahweh Yemanja and Yggdrasil
195
Mistresses of Zeus
199
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