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by David Lorton,Claude Traunecker
David Lorton, an Egyptologist, is the translator of many books, including Erik Hornung's books The Secret Lore of Egypt and Akhenaten and the Religion of Light, both from Cornell.
The Gods of Egypt (Hardback). Claude Traunecker (author), David Lorton (translator). The clarity and brevity of Claude Traunecker's book make it especially valuable to readers seeking an authoritative introduction to this complex topic
The Gods of Egypt (Hardback). The clarity and brevity of Claude Traunecker's book make it especially valuable to readers seeking an authoritative introduction to this complex topic. Traunecker begins with an overview of the source materials and a discussion of the historiography of Egyptian religion, a subject relatively neglected by scholars. He then describes the actual and metaphysical worlds inhabited by the Egyptian deities and the role that humans played in the Egyptian universe.
The Gods of Egypt, first published in France in 1992 and now in its third French .
Claude Traunecker, one of the world's foremost authorities on ancient Egyptian religion, is director of the Institut d'Egyptologie at the University of Strasbourg. He is the author of Coptos: Hommes et dieux sur le parvis de Geb and coauthor of Karnak: Rèsurrection d'un site and Le Caire. David Lorton, an Egyptologist, has translated other Cornell books, including The Twilight of Ancient Egypt: First Millennium .
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Find sources: "Claude Traunecker" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (January 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). From 1968 to 1984, Traunecker worked in Franco-Egyptian Center for the Study of Temples Karnak and Luxor References.
Lorton, Claude Traunecker (2001). The gods of Egypt (translation from the French by David e. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press. ISBN 978-0-8014-3834-9. Zecchi, Marco (2001).
One of the oldest legends of our culture dates back to the era before the Libyan dynasties of Egypt, many centuries before the Christian era. It relates to the town of Sais, in the delta of the Nile, where a great temple had been dedicated to Osiris, the god of the underworld. The ruins of that temple are still visible today. Osiris: Death and Afterlife of a God. February 2008. Bojana Mojsov tells the story of the cult of Osiris from beginning to end, sketching its development throughout 3,000 years of Egyptian history.
The official reopening was attended by notable officials from Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities and by other . Traunecker, Claude & Lorton, David The Gods of Egypt, Translated by David Lorton, Cornell University Press, 2001, ISBN 0-8014-3834-9, ISBN 978-0-8014-3834-9
The official reopening was attended by notable officials from Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities and by other archaeologists working in the area, among them Francesco Tiradritti . Traunecker, Claude & Lorton, David The Gods of Egypt, Translated by David Lorton, Cornell University Press, 2001, ISBN 0-8014-3834-9, ISBN 978-0-8014-3834-9.
Runia, David T. 1988. God and Man in Philo of Alexandria. The Quest of the Historical Jesus, trans. The Gods of Egypt, trans. Cornell University Press. In David T. Runia (1990), Exegesis and Philosophy.
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