Tribal myths of Orissa Specimens of the oral literature of middle India Verrier Elwin Oxford University Press 1954

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Tribal myths of Orissa

 

Specimens of the oral literature of middle India

 

Verrier Elwin

 

Oxford University Press

 

1954

 

RELATED KEYES WORDS

 

angry animals asked Baiga bamboo bathe began belly Bhagavan BHATTRA Bhima Bhimsen Bimma BINJHWAR birds blood body Bondo born brothers called caught cloth cooked dance Darni Pinnu daughter Deota Deur Dharmo Didayi died ears earth eldest fell fire fish flowers forest fruit Gadaba Ganjam District gave girl give gods Gond gourd grain grew ground hair head HILL SAORA Hindu husband Ispur Mahaprabhu JHORIA Juang jungle Kalahandi District Khariar killed Kittung Koraput District KUTTIA KOND lived looked Mahadeo Mahaprabhu married monkey Moon mother Muria night Nirantali Orissa Paramugatti PARENGA Parvati picked placenta plough Raja Ramma Rani rice river Rumrok sacrifice Sambalpur District sambhar Saphaganna seed shaman sister snake stone stories thev thought threw tiger told took tree tribes turned village wife woman women wood youngest

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Primitive man and his world picture Translated by Edith Raybould Wilhelm Koppers Sheed and Ward, 1952

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Primitive man and his world picture

 

Translated by Edith Raybould

 

by

 

Wilhelm Koppers

 

Sheed and Ward

 

1952

 

RELATED KEYES WORDS

 

Africa already animal anthropologists Anthropos Aryan assume belief Bhagavantaru Bhagwan Bhils biological biologists Brahma Buddhism Chenchu conception connection course culture deity deus otiosus early elements ethnologists ethnology evolution evolutionist evolved existence exogamy expressed fact fall from innocence Father Fiirer-Haimendorf fossil Fuegians Garelamaisama genetic gods Graebner groups Hindu historian historical hominids Homo sapiens human ibid idea India investigation known Koppers Kraft later Lebzelter living Lowie magic man’s mankind mental method missionary monotheism myth nature Neandertal Neandertaloid notion oldest opinion organic origin Palaeolithic phenomena Piltdown Portmann prayers prehistorians prehistoric primitive races primitive tribes probably problem Professor proved Pygmies question recent recognize regarded religion religious remains remark Rig Veda sapiens type Schmidt scholars scientific scientists Selk’nam skulls social spirit Supreme Swanscombe theory things Tierra del Fuego trace tradition Ursprung Veda Watauinaiwa Weidenreich worship Yamana

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THE ARCHEOLOGY OF WORLD RELIGIONS BY JACK FINEGAN THE BACKGROUND OF PRIVIMITISM ZOROASTRIANISM HINDUISM JAINISM BUDDHISM CONFUCIANISM TAOISM SHINTO ISLAM SIKHISM PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS

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THE ARCHEOLOGY OF WORLD RELIGIONS

 

BY

 

JACK FINEGAN

 

THE BACKGROUND OF PRIVIMITISM

 

ZOROASTRIANISM

 

HINDUISM

 

JAINISM

 

BUDDHISM

 

CONFUCIANISM

 

TAOISM

 

SHINTO

 

ISLAM

 

SIKHISM

 

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS

 

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THE FIRTS CHAPTER IT’S DEVOTED TO THE 

 

PRIVITISM

 

WORKING AROUND THE CHARACTERISTIC OF PRIMITIVE RELIGIONS, THE COMMON SENSE AND THE SCIENCE, MAGIC AND RELIGION, THE

NATURAL AND SUPERNATURAL, THE DYNAMISM AND ANIMISM, THE SOUL AND ITS SURVIVAL, THE PRIMITIVE ART.

 

RELATED KEY WORDS

 

 

According Ajanta ancient Asoka attained Bachhofer Barhut Bodhisattva bronze Buddh Gaya Buddhist Art called capital caves 

century a.d. Ceylon Ch’i China Chou Period Chuang Tzu Confucianism Confucius courtesy csecc death deities Digha Nikaya 

disciples doctrine early earth Edicts Emperor enlightenment faith feet fhcp figures Gautama Buddha Heaven Hien Hinayana 

History of Chinese Hsia Hsiin hundred ibid important India inscriptions king known Kunst Lao Tzu later Mahayana Majjhima 

Nikaya Master Mencius Milinda monks monuments Museum nature Nikaya Nirvana oracle bones Oriental Series painting Pali Text 

Society Photograph pictured in Fig pillars pottery probably religion Rhys Davids ruler Sacred sage Sanskrit scenes Shang 

Period Shih Huang shown in Fig spirits Ssu-ma Ch’ien stone stupa Sung Sutta Tang Tang Dynasty Tao Te Ching Taoism teachings

temple throne tion tomb Translated tree Tsung vols wall Wang Yuan Adi Granth Aghlabids Ainus Akbar Allah Almaqah Amaterasu 

Amritsar ancient Arabic Augustness became Buddhism building built Caliph called capital cema century a.d. China Christians

courtesy Creswell D. S. Margoliouth Damascus death deities Delhi dome dynasty Early Muslim Architecture east Emperor faith 

famous Fatimid Gobind Guru Arjun Guru Nanak Hadhramaut Heaven Himyarites Hindu History Hureidha ibid Ieyasu India 

inscription Islam Janamsakhi Japan Japanese Jerusalem Kabir Kasuga Shrine king known Kojiki Kunst land later Lord 

Macauliffe Mamluk Marib Mecca Medina mihrab minaret Minean mosque Muhammad Muslim Nara Nihongi painting period Persian 

Photograph prayer probably prophet Qur’an Ramananda reign rejh religious reproduced in Fig roof ruler Sabeans sacred 

Samarra sanctuary Shinto shrine Sikh Religion Sikhism Sikhs Singh South Arabia stone sun goddess Surah temple Tenno thee 

thou throne tion tomb Umayyad vols wall worship Yamato

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PRIMITIVES AND THE SUPERNATURAL LUCIEN LEVY BRUHL Author of PRIMITIVE MENTALITY THE SOUL OF THE PRIMITIVE NEW YORK 1935

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PRIMITIVES AND THE SUPERNATURAL 

 

LUCIEN LEVY BRUHL

 

Author of

 

PRIMITIVE MENTALITY

 

THE SOUL OF THE PRIMITIVE

 

Authorized translation by Lilian A. Clare

 

1935

 

NEW YORK

 

E. P. DUTTON & CO. INC.

 

PRINTED IN THE USA

 

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KEY WORDS

 

 

action affective category Alcan ancestors animal appear appurtenance Auguste Comte Australia Baghirmi beliefs Bororo Bruhl Carnets causality cause ceremonies characteristic civilization collective representations concepts connexions culture heroes dead duality elements Elsdon Best emotional essential Etienne Gilson everything example explain fact feeling Fonctions mentales 1910 function human mind ideas Indians individual Institut de France institutions intellectual invisible powers Kiwai L’Ame primitive 1927 language large number law of participation Levy logical Lucien Levy-Bruhl magical Malebranche Maurice Leenhardt means mental activity Mentalite primitive 1922 mentality of primitive mind of primitive moral Moreover mystical experience mythical world Mythologie primitive myths native object phenomena philosophy plural politiques practice preconnexions prelogical prelogical mentality present primitive mentality principle reality reason relationship representations of primitive Revue science des moeurs sense simpler societies sociology sort spirit supernatural supernatural powers Surnaturel symbols theoretical ethics theory things thought tion totemic Translated tribe unusual

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THE ART OF PRIMITIVE PEOPLE J T HOOPER and C A BURLAND with 116 photographs by R H BOMBACK PHILOSOPHICAL LIBRARY INC NEW YORK 1954

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THE ART OF PRIMITIVE PEOPLE

 

J T HOOPER and C A BURLAND

 

with 116 photographs by R H BOMBACK

 

PHILOSOPHICAL LIBRARY INC

 

NEW YORK

 

1954

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KEY WORDS

America American Indians ancestor worship ancient artist AUSTRAL ISLANDS balsa beauty belief Benin bone bowl Breast Ornament bronze canoe Captain Cook carved designs century ceremonies chewing chiefs civilisation clubs coast colour Congo cults culture contact dancing decoration designs derived developed discovered drums ear ornaments Easter Island emotional expression face feathers female figure fetish Fiji Islands fish frigate bird gods Guinea Hawaiian head hei-tiki Height 9 Hooper human figure hunting ideas images jade kind Kon Tiki Length lime living mankind Maori Marquesan Marquesas Islands masks Melanesians motif Museum nature neck ornament Nigeria Norsemen objects Pacific paddle painted pearl shell Peru Peruvian Plate Polynesian PRIMITIVE ART Rarotonga realised region religion representing ancestors ritual sacred sculpture Sepik Sepik River sinnet Society Islands Solomon Islands sometimes spiral spirits stone strange symbols Tahiti things totem tribal tribes West Africa Western Eskimo Wooden figure worn Zealand

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THE RELIGION OF AN INDIAN TRIBE VERRIER ELWIN GEOFFREY CUMBERLEGE OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS LONDON 1955

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THE RELIGION OF AN INDIAN TRIBE

 

VERRIER ELWIN

 

GEOFFREY CUMBERLEGE

 

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

 

LONDON 

 

FIRST PUBLISHED

 

1955

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KEY WORDS

altar ancestors animal Assam attack Baigas blood body bones Boramsingi brother buffalo called Chief child cloth cooked crops dance dead death dedicated died Dorisum dream drink earth father Fawcett feast fever forest fowl Ganjam ghost girl give goat gods gourd grain Guar Guar ceremony hand head Hill Saoras Hindu honour human husband Idaibois Idaimaran ikon India Jigri Karja killed Kittung Kond Koraput Koraput District Labosum leaves live mango marriage marry menhirs mother murder offered Orissa Oriya palm wine Parlakimidi priest pyre red gram rice rice and wine rite round Rugaboi sacrifice sacrificed Saoras says seed shade shaman shamanin shrine Siggamaran Sitapati smallpox snake Sogeda sometimes sorcerer spirits stone story taboo things tiger told took trance tree tribal tribe Tumulu turmeric tutelary Uyungsum village wife woman women wood World

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The cult of the mother-goddess Edwin Oliver James Barnes & Noble, 1961 Pennsylvania State University

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The cult of the mother-goddess

Edwin Oliver James

Barnes & Noble, 1961

Pennsylvania State University

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The Author

examines the role of the Goddess Cult in myth and ritual, especially in the ancient Near East, India, & the eastern Mediterranean. 

 

Explores the development of the cult from its earliest manifestations in early “Venus” sculptures to modern day.

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Key Words

Aegean Anat Anatolia ancient appears Arinna Artemis Asherah Asia Minor aspects associated Atargatis Attis attributes Baal became birth breasts bull centre century B.C. Christ Christian chthonic Church clay consort counterpart Crete cultus daughter deity Demeter depicted divine Dyaus earth Earth/goddess Earth/mother Egypt Eleusis Farnell fecundity female figurines fertility festival figure functions Goddess Goddess cult gods Greece Greek Harappa Hathor head heaven Hebat Hittite Horus Ibid identified Incarnation India Indo/European Ishtar Isis king Kore Kybele life/giving Magna Mater male Mary Mesopotamia millennium B.C. Minoan Minoan/Mycenaean Mother Mother/goddess mystery myth Neolithic Nevertheless Nilsson originally Osiris Palaeolithic pantheon personified Phrygian priestesses priests Prithivi queen Religion represented Rhea Rig/veda rites ritual role Rome sacred marriage sanctuary seasonal sexual Shiva shrine statuettes status Sun/god Sun/goddess symbolism syncretistic Syria Tammuz temple Teshub Theotokos tradition Ugaritic Vedic vegetation Virgin Vishnu Weather/god Western Asia wife worship Zeus

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SANTAL PARGANAS PEOPLE CARVED WOODEN PANELS OF THE WEDDING (LITTERS) PALKEE 

 

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