- Author:W Brede Kristensen
- Publisher:Peeters Publishers (December 31, 1992)
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Life Out Of Death by W. Brede Kristensen.
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William Brede Kristensen (21 June 1867 in Kristiansand – 25 September 1953 in Leiden) was a Norwegian historian of religion. Kristensen completed secondary school in 1884. For a short while he studied theology, but from the fall of 1887 he concentrated on history of religion, first in Kristiania, later (1890–92) at Leiden University under Professor Cornelis Petrus Tiele and 1892–93 in Paris under Gaston Maspero.
Personal Name: Kristensen, W. Brede (William Brede), 1867-1953. Uniform Title: Het leven uit de dood, studien over Egyptische en oud-Griekse godsdienst. Download book Life out of death : studies in the religions of Egypt and of Ancient Greece, W.
Studies in the Religions of Egypt and of Ancient Greece. Authors: Brede Kristensen W. Year: 1992 ISBN: 978-90-6831-426-7 Pages: X-211 p. Price: 44 EURO. Summary: Find related books.
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JAN N. BREMMER W. Brede Kristensen and the Religions of Greece and Rome.
Man, meaning, and. MYSTERY 100 Years of History of Religions in Norway. The Heritage of W. ANCIENT RELIGIONS ANDERS HULTGARD The Study of the Avesta and its Religion Around the Year 1900 and Today. 73. SAPHINAZ-AMAL NAGUIB Lieblein, Kristensen and Schencke and the Quest for Egyptian Monotheism. JAN N. 115. JENS E. BRAARVIG W. Brede Kristensen's Concept "Life out of Death".
To begin, the author notes the essential necessity of studying the earliest beliefs of the ancients in an effort to understand their institutions.
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase. To begin, the author notes the essential necessity of studying the earliest beliefs of the ancients in an effort to understand their institutions. The author next turns his attentions to the earliest beliefs about the soul and death. In particular, the abode of the dead is discussed, as well as the need of the dead for food (noting that on certain days the ancients were to bring food to the tombs of the departed). The author also notes the practice of the worship of the dead.
This classic study offers an understanding of the ancient religious cults, exploring their appeal and eventual failure in the face of Christianity. Topics include the Eleusinian mysteries of ancient Greece; Asiatic cults of Cybele, the Magna Mater, and Attis; Dionysian groups; Orphics; Egyptian devotees of Isis and Osiris; Mithraism; and others