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" Here the shades of the great heroes of old sit each on his throne, crowned and terrible, rising up only to greet the coming among them of one like unto themselves . . . good and bad, heroes and plebeians, are alike condemned to this dreary lot ; a state... "
An Introduction to the History of Religion - Side 284
af Frank Byron Jevons - 1902 - 443 sider
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The Hibbert Lectures

1887
...heroes and plebeians, are alike condemned to this dreary lot ; a state of future rewards and punishments is as yet undreamed of ; moral responsibility ends...consciousness of the spectral figures in a fleeting dream. The Hades of the Babylonian legends closely resembles the Hades of the Homeric poems. But side by side...
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Lectures on the Origin and Growth of Religion as Illustrated by the Religion ...

Archibald Henry Sayce - 1888 - 558 sider
...alike condemned to this dreary lot ; a state of future rewards and punishments is as yet undreamedof ; moral responsibility ends with death. Hades is a land...consciousness of the spectral figures in a fleeting dream. The Hades of the Babylonian legends closely resembles the Hades of the Homeric poems. But side by side...
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The Gospels: A Companion to the Life of Our Lord

Cunningham Geikie - 1894 - 520 sider
...been elaborated among the early Chaldeans. Moral responsibility with them, ended at death. Sheol was a land of forgetfulness and of darkness, where the...and evil deeds of this life are remembered no more. Its population are mere shadows of men who had once lived, retaining only such a dim consciousness...
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New Testament Hours, Bind 3

Cunningham Geikie - 1894
...been elaborated among the early Chaldaeans. Moral responsibility, with them, ended at death. Sheol was a land of forgetfulness and of darkness, where the...and evil deeds of this life are remembered no more. Its population are mere shadows of men who 1 Babylonian and Oriental Records, i. 13, 14. had once lived,...
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An Introduction to the History of Religion

Frank Byron Jevons - 1896 - 443 sider
...Achilles rejected consolation : " Nay ! speak not comfortably to me of death, 0 great Odysseus. Rather would I live on ground as the hireling of another,...the Sheol of the Old Testament we may quote Smith's Dietionary of the Bible : it is " the vast hollow subterranean resting-place which is the common receptacle...
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The Hope of Immortality: An Essay Incorporating the Lectures Delivered ...

James Edward Cowell Welldon - 1898 - 350 sider
...instance, Professor Sayce says that their Hades "closely resembles the Hades of the Homeric poems ; " it is " a land of forgetfulness and of darkness, where...and evil deeds of this life are remembered no more." But he adds : "Side by side with this pitiful picture of the world beyond the grave, there were the...
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The Hope of Immortality

James Edward Cowell Welldon - 1898 - 350 sider
...instance, Professor Sayce says that their Hades "closely resembles the Hades of the Homeric poems ; " it is " a land of forgetfulness and of darkness, where...and evil deeds of this life are remembered no more." But he adds : "Side by side with this pitiful picture of the world beyond the grave, there were the...
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An Introduction to the History of Religion

Frank Byron Jevons - 1902 - 443 sider
...of another, with a landless man who had no great livelihood, than bear sway among all the dead." * " The Hades of the Babylonian legends closely resembles...Old Testament we may quote Smith's Dictionary of the Bibk : it is " the vast hollow subterranean resting-place which is the common receptacle of the dead....
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An Introduction to the History of Religion

Frank Byron Jevons - 1902 - 443 sider
...rewards is as yet undreamed of; moral responsibility ends with death. Hades is a land of forgetfuluess and of darkness, where the good and evil deeds of...consciousness of the spectral figures in a fleeting dream." s For the Sheol of the Old Testament we may quote Smith's Dictionary of the Bible : it is " the vast...
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The Hibbert Lectures, 1887: Lectures on the Origin and Growth of Religion

A. H. Sayce - 2005 - 568 sider
...heroes and plebeians, are alike condemned to this dreary lot ; a state of future rewards and punishments is as yet undreamed of ; moral responsibility ends...consciousness of the spectral figures in a fleeting dream. The Hades of the Babylonian legends closely resembles the Hades of the Homeric poems. But side by side...
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