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The volume here translated appeared originally in 1904...The Egyptian religion appeals to some because of its endless variety of form, and the many phases of superstition and belief that it represents; to others because of its early recognition of a high moral principle, its elaborate conceptions of a life after death, and its connection with the development of Christianity; to others again no doubt because it explains pretty things dear to the collector of antiquities, and familiar objects in museums. F. LL. GRIFFITH. (1907 - translator)
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Johann Peter Adolf Erman (German: [ɛʀˈmɑ̃]; 31 October 1854 – 26 June 1937) was a renowned German Egyptologist and lexicographer.
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