Ancient Faiths Embodied in Ancient Names: Or, An Attempt to Trace the Religious Belief, Sacred Rites, and Holy Emblems of Certain Nations, by an Interpretation of the Names Given to Children by Priestly Authority, Or Assumed by Prophets, Kings, and Hierarchs, Volume 1
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