Dictionary of Angels

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Free Press, Oct 1, 1994 - Religion - 416 pages
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Gustav Davidson’s classic text, A dictionary of Angels: Including the Fallen Angels, is the result of sixteen years of research in Talmudic, gnostic, cabalistic, apocalyptic, patristic, and legendary texts. The classic reference work on angels is beautifully illustrated and its reissue coincides with the resurgence of belief in angels in America. This well researched and exquisitely illustrated dictionary is a wonderful collectable for all those who believe in angels, miracles, lore, and faith.

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User Review  - Akaria - LibraryThing

Growing up Protestant I didn't know much about angels. Who knew they were like smartphone apps of the heavens? Seriously, there's an angel for practically anything and everything. I really enjoyed ... Read full review

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User Review  - cleverusername2 - LibraryThing

This is one of my favorite time waster books. It is a fascinating, detailed, and exhaustive treatment on the subject of angels and spirits of Judaic, Christian, and Islamic mythologies. The Abrahamic ... Read full review

Contents

A Dictionary of Angels 1
183
Appendix
191
THE SEVENTYTWO ANGELS BEARING THE MYSTICAL NAME OF
345
Bibliography
362
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