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" All this, he says, was an allegorical description of nature. For the whole universe consisting of moisture, and animals being continually generated therein; the deity... "
A Dissertation on the Languages, Literature, and Manners of Eastern Nations ... - Pągina 420
per John Richardson - 1778 - 288 pągines
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The Journal of the British Archaeological Association, Volum 33

1877
...Thalatth, in Greek Thalassa. All things being in this situation, Belus came and cut the woman asunder, and of one half of her he formed the earth, and of the other half the heavens." (Smith's Chaldean Account of Genesis, pp. 40, 41.) 1 Exod. iii, 14 ; Septuagint translation. 2 Deut....
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The natural genesis: or second part of A book of the beginnings, Volum 2

Gerald Massey - 1883
...equivalent to Selene, the moon. All things being in this situation, Belus came, and cut the woman asunder ; and, out of one half of her he formed the earth, and of the other half the heavens ; and at the same time he destroyed the animals in the abyss. All this he (Bcrosus) says was an allegorical description...
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Indian Myths: Or, Legends, Traditions, and Symbols of the Aborigines of ...

Ellen Russell Emerson - 1884 - 677 pągines
...interpreted as the moon. All things being in this situation, Belus came, and cut the woman asunder, and of one half of her he formed the earth, and of the other half the heavens, and at the same time destroyed the animals within her (or in the abyss). All this was an allegorical description...
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Witnesses from the Dust: Or, The Bible Illustrated from the Monuments

Jason Nelson Fradenburgh - 1886 - 467 pągines
...equivalent to Selene, the moon. All things being in this situation, Belus came and cut the woman asunder, and out of one half of her he formed the earth, and of the other half the heavens ; and at the same time he destroyed the animals in the abyss. All this (he says) was an allegorical description...
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The Hibbert Lectures

1887
...equivalent to the Moon. All things being in this situation, Belos came and cut the woman asunder, and of one half of her he formed the earth, and of the other half the heavens, and at the same time destroyed the animals within her (in the abyss). All this was an allegorical description...
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Lectures on the Origin and Growth of Religion as Illustrated by the Religion ...

Archibald Henry Sayce - 1888 - 558 pągines
...equivalent to the Moon. All things being in this situation, Belos came and cut the woman, asunder, and of one half of her he formed the earth, and of the other half the heavens, and at the same time destroyed the animals within her (in the abyss). All this was an allegorical description...
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Anthropogenesis

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky - 1888
...conquered by Belus, the male principle. And Polyhistor says : " Belus came and cut the woman asunder, and of one half of her he formed the Earth, and of the other half the heavens, and at the same time he destroyed the animals within her." As pertinently remarked by I. Myer, " with the Akkadians...
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Har-Moad: Or the Mountain of the Assembly : a Series of Archeological ...

Orlando Dana Miller - 1891 - 445 pągines
...All things being in this situation, Belus came and cut the woman (personifying chaos) asunder, and of one half of her he formed the earth, and of the other half the heavens." In this case the two portions of the victim slain corresponded to the two chief divisions of the cosmos,...
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Voices of the Past from Assyria and Babylonia

Henry S. Roberton - 1900 - 219 pągines
...presided over this interesting collection ; till at last the god Bel came and cut the woman asunder, and of one half of her he formed the earth, and of the other half, the heavens. At the same time he destroyed the monsters. This is puzzling enough ; but the explanation given of...
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The Historians' History of the World: Prolegomena; Egypt, Mesopotamia

Henry Smith Williams - 1904
...interpreted the Moon. All things being in this situation, Belus came, and cut the woman asunder : and of one half of her he formed the earth, and of the other half the heavens ; and at the same time destroyed the animals within her. All this (he says) was an allegorical description of nature....
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