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" Babylonians, like the rest of the Barbarians, pass over in silence the one principle of the universe, and they constitute two, Tauthe" and Apason, making Apason the husband of Tauthe and denominating her the mother of the gods. "
Ancient Fragments of the Phoenician, Chaldaean, Egyptian, Tyrian ... - Page 318
by Isaac Preston Cory - 1832 - 361 pages
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Ancient Fragments of the Phoenician, ChaldÆan, Egyptian, Tyrian ...

Isaac Preston Cory - 1832 - 751 pages
...pass over in silence the One principle of the Universe, and they constitute Two, Tauthe and Apason ; making Apason the husband of Tauthe, and denominating...Dache and Dachus ; and, again, a third, Kissare and Assortis, from which last three others proceed Anus, and Illinus, and Aus. And of Aus and Daucè is...
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The Gentile Nations: Or, The History and Religion of the Egyptians ..., Volume 1

George Smith - 1853
...over in silence the one principle of the universe ; and they constitute two, Tauthe and Apason ; making Apason the husband of Tauthe, and denominating...from these proceeds an only-begotten son, Moymis." * In this brief but important passage there are some points which deserve especial notice. We are told...
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The Gentile Nations: Or, The History and Religion of the Egyptians ...

George Smith - 1854 - 663 pages
...over in silence the one principle of the universe; and they constitute two, Tauthe and Apason ; making Apason the husband of Tauthe. and denominating...from these proceeds an only-begotten son, Moymis." Cory's Fragments, p. 318. In this brief but important passage there are some points which deserve...
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Sacred Annals; Or, Researches Into the History and Religion of Mankind: The ...

George Smith - 1855
...over in silence the one principle of the universe ; and they constitute two, Tauthe and Apason ; making Apason the husband of Tauthe, and denominating...from these proceeds an only-begotten son, Moymis." Cory's Fragments, p. 318. In this brief but important passage there are some points which deserve...
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Vestiges of the Spirit-history of Man

Samuel Fales Dunlap - 1858 - 404 pages
...pass over in silence the One Principle of the universe, and they constitute Two, Tauthe and Apason ; making Apason the husband of Tauthe and denominating...her the Mother of the gods. And from these proceeds AJST ONLY-BEGOTTEN SON, Moumis, which, I conceive, is no other than the INTELLIGIBLE WORLD proceeding...
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The Great Dionysiak Myth ...

Robert Brown - 1878
...appears in the Kaldean account as Mummu, would be a kosmicosolar Dionysos. Damaskios remarks, ' Moymis, I conceive, is no other than the intelligible world proceeding from the two principles.' ' And of these [ie, Tauthe and Apason] another progeny is derived Dache and Dachos.' We must therefore...
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The Chaldean Account of Genesis

George Smith - 1880 - 337 pages
...pass over in silence the One principle of the universe, and they constitute two : Tauthe1 and Apason,2 making Apason the husband of Tauthe, and denominating...gods. And from these proceeds an only-begotten son, Moymis,3 which I conceive is no other than the intelligible world proceeding from the two principles....
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The Hibbert Lectures

1887
...of the universe, and they constitute two, Tavthe' and Apason, making Apason the husband of Tavthe, and denominating her ' the mother of the gods.' And from these proceeds an only-begotten son, Mumis, which, I conceive, is no other than the intelligible world proceeding from the two principles....
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Lectures on the Origin and Growth of Religion as Illustrated by the Religion ...

Archibald Henry Sayce - 1888 - 558 pages
...and denominating her ' the mother of the gods.' And from these proceeds an only-begotten son, Mumis, which, I conceive, is no other than the intelligible...principles. From them also another progeny is derived, Lakhe and Lakhos;2 and again a third, Kissare and Ass6ros ; from which last three others proceed, Anos...
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The Bible and the Monuments: The Primitive Hebrew Records in the ..., Volume 25

William St. Chad Boscawen, William Saint Chad Boscawen - 1895 - 177 pages
...Tavthe, and denominating her 'the mother of the gods." From these proceed an only-begotten son, Mumis, which I conceive is no other than the intelligible...world proceeding from the two principles. From them another progeny is derived, Dakhe and Dakhos; and, again, a third, Kissare and Assaros, from whom three...
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