Legends of Babylon and Egypt in Relation to Hebrew Tradition by Leonard W King
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Overview: L.W. King’s classic exploration, originally structured as lectures, of Babylonian and Egyptian mythology, together with its influence on the legends of the Hebrew tradition. Topics covered include: Egypt, Babylon, And Palestine, And Some Traditional Origins Of Civilization, Deluge Stories And The New Sumerian Version, Introduction To The Myth, And Account Of Creation, The Antediluvian Cities, The Council Of The Gods, And Ziusudu’s Piety, The Dream-Warning, The Flood, The Escape Of The Great Boat, And The Sacrifice To The Sun-God, The Propitiation Of The Angry Gods, And Ziusudu’s Immortality, and Creation And The Dragon Myth; And The Problem Of Babylonian Parallels In Hebrew Tradition.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History