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acts Ahura Mazda Akhnaton ancestor ancient Anglo-Saxon archal Aryan assembly attitude authority basis became belief Brahmins brotherhood Buddhist ceremonial character chief Christianity church civilization clan common purpose conquered create cultivated culture of reverence customs death democracy democratic developed dharma divine division Egypt emotional culture Emperor empire enforced essential evil father fear feeling of unity force fratriarchal gods Greek group unity held Hindu hold horror idea India individual Israel king king's kingdom kingship ligion maintained marriage means ment method miasma moral mother nation necessary obedience organization patriarchal patriarchal system Persian phratries possible preserved priest primitive produced prophets race recognized regarded religion religious representative ritual Roman Rome rule rulers seems sense of honor sense of unity Shilluks social spirit standard succession symbolism Syria taboo tion to-day totem tribal tribes ture unification culture unifying usually worship Zoroaster Zoroastrianism