Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, Volume 53

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Kommissionsverlag F. Steiner, 1899 - Asia
 

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Page 217 - Some speak of man as having two spirits. His shadow is called "the dark spirit," which, they say, goes to Hades. The other is his likeness reflected in water or a lookingglass, and is supposed to stay near the place in which a man dies. Probably this doctrine of shadows has to do with the notion of inanimate objects having spirits. I once placed a good-looking native suddenly before a mirror. He stood delighted. " Now," said he, softly, " I can see into the world of spirits.
Page xxxvi - Catalogue of printed books and manuscripts in Sanskrit belonging to the oriental library of the Asiatic society of Bengal.
Page xi - TEXT ; THE SAME TRANSLITERATED IN ZEND CHARACTERS ; TRANSLATIONS OF THE TEXT IN THE GUJRATI AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES ; A COMMENTARY AND A GLOSSARY OF SELECT TERMS.
Page 219 - The paralysed part of the body is rubbed with earth taken from the footprint of a dog, while keeping in quick motion.
Page 222 - I, 3. by means of burning Darbha blades), throws two young Darbha shoots into it, moves a fire-brand round it three times, takes it (f»om the coals) towards the north, pushes the coals back (into the fire), purifies the Agya, three times with the two purifiers, holding their...
Page vi - The Ethiopic texts edited with an English translation and a chapter on the illustrations of Ethiopic Mss. by EA Wallis Budge,
Page xx - Wissenschaffen in Wien und die Demission des Grafen Carlo Landberg.
Page lv - Versuch einer hebrä'ischen Formenlehre nach der Aussprache der heutigen Samaritaner nebst einer darnach gebildeten Transscription der Genesis und einer Beilage enthaltend die von dem recipirten Texte des Pentateuchs abweichenden Lesarten der Samaritaner.
Page xxxii - A Descriptive Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Library of the Calcutta Sanskrit College.

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