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The student's mythology : a compendium

By: White, Catherine Ann, 1825-1878
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The Mythology of all races

By: Gray, Louis H. (Louis Herbert), 1875-1955, ed; MacCulloch, J. A. (John Arnott), 1868-1950, joint ed; Moore, George Foot, 1851-1931, joint ed
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Poeticheskiia Vozzrieniia Slavian&& Na Prirodu : Opyt Sravnitel'Nag Izucheniia Slavianskikh Predanii I Vierovanii, V Sviazi S Mificheskimi Skazaniiami Drugikh Rodstvennykh Narodov A. Afanas'Eva : Volume 3

By: Afanasev, A. N. (Aleksandr Nikolaevich), 1826-1871
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Tsimshian Mythology

By: Boas, Franz, 1858-1942; Tate, Henry W

...stration 25 Note on the accompanying paper 25 ACCOMPANYIXG PAPER Tsimshian Mythology, by Franz Boas, based on texts recorded by Henry W. Tate (pis. 1-... ...unds. NOTE ON THE ACCOMPANYING PAPER The accompanying memoir on Tsimshian [Mythology, by Dr. Franz Boas, is based on a collection of myths and tales r... ...d when the world was different from what it is now." Most important in the mythology of the Tsimshian are the Raven myth and the Transformer myths. Th... ...hwest coast. In order to afford a proper understanding of the people whose mythology is here presented. Doctor Boas follows the first section of his m... ... and tales themselves) with a description of the Tsimshian, based on their mythology, a section on Tsimshian society, and a comparative study of Tsims... ...logy, a section on Tsimshian society, and a comparative study of Tsimshian mythology. In the appendices are Bellabella and Nootka tales, a summary of ... ...ces. F. W. Hodge, Ethnologist-in-Cfmrge . ACCOMPAXYING PAPER TSIMSHIAX MYTHOLOGY FRANZ BOAS BASED ON" TEXTS RECORDED BY HENRY W. TATE 29 PREFAC... ...ious ideas and practices, of the people, is given as it appears from their mythology. In the third part I have discussed certain aspects of the social... ...life of the Tsimshian. In the fourth part a discussion is presented of the mythology of the Tsimsluan in its bearing upon their general mythical conce...

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On current British mythology and oral traditions

By: Campbell, J. F. (John Francis), 1822-1885; Ethnological Society of London
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On current British mythology and oral traditions

By: Campbell, J. F. (John Francis), 1822-1885; Ethnological Society of London
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The mythology of all races; Volume: 8

By: Gray, Louis H. (Louis Herbert), 1875-1955; MacCulloch, J. A. (John Arnott), 1868-1950; Moore, George Foot, 1851-1931

...ding from Ontario Council of University Libraries http://www.archive.org/details/mythologyofallra08gray THE MYTHOLOGY OF ALL RACES Volume VII... ...Volume Xni. Index PLATE I Eight Genii Crossing the Sea See p. 1 1 8. THE MYTHOLOGY OF ALL RACES IN THIRTEEN VOLUMES CANON JOHN ARNOTT MacCULLO... ... the Story of the Addition of Pieces of Land to Izumo by Omi-tsu-nu 248 CHINESE MYTHOLOGY BY JOHN C. FERGUSON AUTHOR'S PREFACE THIS volume should ... ...logy." It lays no claim to consideration as being an exhaustive study of Chinese mythology, which would require many volumes. It has been possible to ... ...nese the contrast lies in their general ideas rather than in details. CHINESE MYTHOLOGY CHAPTER I TAOISM THE School of Doctrine, Tao, has gathered ... ...- ciples, who paid him five pecks of rice a day for their keep, from 14 CHINESE MYTHOLOGY which his teaching became known as the Wu Tou Mi Tao or the... ...o refute any of the doctrines of Indian Buddhism, although a )D u o i6 CHINESE MYTHOLOGY close analysis of the doctrines of these two sects would sh... ...sion of those who devoted themselves to magical and miraculous arts. i8 CHINESE MYTHOLOGY The Tao Teh King was given this name by Hsiian Tsung, seven... ...an Tzu, which are accepted as standard interpretations of his teach- 20 CHINESE MYTHOLOGY ing, contain proportionately many more references to myster...

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The Mythology of all races. Louis Herbert Gray, editor; George Foot Moore, consulting editor; Volume: 12

By: Gray, Louis H. (Louis Herbert), 1875-1955; MacCulloch, J. A. (John Arnott), 1868-1950; Moore, George Foot, 1851-1931
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The Mythology of all races. Louis Herbert Gray, editor; George Foot Moore, consulting editor; Volume: 11

By: Gray, Louis H. (Louis Herbert), 1875-1955; MacCulloch, J. A. (John Arnott), 1868-1950; Moore, George Foot, 1851-1931
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The age of fable; or, Beauties of mythology

By: Bulfinch, Thomas, 1796-1867
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Shakunthala Parinayam

By: Pillalamarri Pinaveerabadrakavi
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Prolegomena zu einer wissenschaftlichen Mythologie

By: Müller, Karl Otfried, 1797-1840
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Prolegomena zu einer wissenschaftlichen Mythologie

By: Müller, Karl Otfried, 1797-1840
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Prolegomena zu einer wissenschaftlichen Mythologie

By: Müller, Karl Otfried, 1797-1840
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Prolegomena zu einer wissenschaftlichen Mythologie

By: Müller, Karl Otfried, 1797-1840
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Prolegomena zu einer wissenschaftlichen Mythologie

By: Müller, Karl Otfried, 1797-1840
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Myth, ritual and religion; Volume: 1

By: Lang, Andrew, 1844-1912

...rom the practice and belief of Rome. Of Mon- golian, Chinese, and Japanese mythology I am almost entirely ignorant, and Celtic developments appear sca... ...sed with the courteous permission of the several editors. The article on " Mythology " in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, translated as u La Mythologie ... ...rences " in a dictionary or index. CONTENTS. CHAPTER I. PAGE SYSTEMS OF MYTHOLOGY I Origin of attempts to explain myths — (i.) Among the old heathe... ...55 The Greeks practically civilisedwhen we first meet them in Homer —Their mythology, however, is full of repulsive features—The hypothesis that many ... ...lete " now and then." MYTH, RITUAL, AND RELIGION. CHAPTER I. SYSTEMS OF MYTHOLOGY. Origins of attempts to explain myths — (i.) Among the old heathe... ...ay be acceptable in the sight of deities who themselves are impious. While mythology is thus no more to us than an affair of historical or antiquarian... ...th what our aim is, and to what extent we are seeking an interpretation of mythology. It is not our pur- pose to explain every detail of every ancient... ... Max Mliller says, " the silly, senseless, and savage element," that makes mythology the puzzle which men have so long found it. We have offered examp... ... it. We have offered examples—Savage, Indian, and Greek—of that element in mythology which, as all civilised races have felt, demands explanation. To ...

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The Mythology of all races; Volume: 1

By: Gray, Louis H. (Louis Herbert), 1875-1955, ed; MacCulloch, J. A. (John Arnott), 1868-1950, joint ed; Moore, George Foot, 1851-1931, joint ed
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The Mythology of all races; Volume: 3

By: Gray, Louis H. (Louis Herbert), 1875-1955, ed; MacCulloch, J. A. (John Arnott), 1868-1950, joint ed; Moore, George Foot, 1851-1931, joint ed
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Myths every child should know

By: Mabie, Hamilton Wright, 1846-1916, ed; Frye, Mary Hamilton
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