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" The same god is sometimes represented as supreme, sometimes as equal, sometimes as inferior to others. The whole nature of these so-called gods is still transparent ; their first conception, in many cases, clearly perceptible. There are as yet no genealogies,... "
Tales of Thebes and Argos - Pāgina 51
per George William Cox - 1864 - 291 pāgines
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Tales of the gods and heroes

George William Cox - 1863 - 318 pāgines
...these so-called gods is still transparent, their first conception in many cases clearly perceptible. There are as yet no genealogies, no settled marriages...in one hymn is the mother is in another the wife. As the conceptions of the poet vary, so varies the nature of these gods. Nowhere is the wide distance...
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Chips from a German Workshop, Volum 2

Friedrich Max Müller - 1867
...these socalled gods is still transparent; their first conception, in many cases, clearly perceptible. There are as yet no genealogies, no settled marriages...in one hymn is the mother, is in another the wife. As the conceptions of the poet varied, so varied the nature of these gods. Nowhere is the wide distance...
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The antiquities of heraldry, collected from the literature, coins [&c.] of ...

William Smith Ellis - 1869
...mythology in the Veda. Names are used in one hymn as Appellatives, in another as names of Gods. * * * There are as yet no genealogies, no settled marriages between Gods and Goddesses. As the conceptions of the Poet varied, so varied the nature of these Gods." Before I consider objections...
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The Mythology of the Aryan Nations, Volum 1

George William Cox - 1870
...these so-called gods is still transparent, their first conception in many cases clearly perceptible. There are as yet no genealogies, no settled marriages...in one hymn is the mother is in another the wife. As the EARL1ER VEDIC LITERATURE. conceptions of the poet vary, so varies the nature of these gods....
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Prolegomena to Ancient History

John Pentland Mahaffy - 1871 - 438 pāgines
...which may be called the Flexibility of myths. " In the Vedic system," says Professor M. Miiller, " there are as yet no genealogies, no settled marriages,...goddesses. The father is sometimes the son, the brother the husband, and she who is in one hymn the mother is in another the wife. As the conceptions of the...
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Selected Essays on Language, Mythology and Religion, Volum 1

Friedrich Max Müller - 1881 - 632 pāgines
...these so-called gods is still transparent ; their first conception, in many cases, clearly perceptible. There are as yet no genealogies, no settled marriages...in one hymn is the mother, is in another the wife. As the conceptions of the poet varied, so varied the nature of these gods. Nowhere is the wide distance...
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Papers on Indian Reform: Sanitary, Material, Social, Moral and Religious

1889
...same god is sometimes represented as supreme, sometimes, as equal, sometimes as inferior to others. There are as yet no genealogies, no settled marriages...in one hymn is the mother, is in another the wife." In some places Savitri and Agni are said to have conferred immortality on the gods ; elsewhere it is...
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Yoga Sastra: The Yoga Sutras of Patenjali Examined; with a Notice of Swami ...

Pataņjali - 1897 - 74 pāgines
...same god is sometimes represented as supreme, sometimes as equal, sometimes as inferior to others. The father is sometimes the son, the brother is the husband, and she who in one hymn is the mother as in another the wife." The most extraordinary feat is ascribed to Indra, "Thou hast indeed begotten...
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The Sacred Books of the East Described and Examined: Hindu Series, Volum 1

1898
...same god is sometimes represented as supreme, sometimes, as equal, sometimes as inferior to others. There are as yet no genealogies, no settled marriages...in one hymn is the mother, is in another the wife." In some places Savitri and Agni are said to have conferred immortality on the gods : elsewhere it is...
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The Sacred Books of the East Described and Examined: Hindu Series, Volum 2

1898
...same god is sometimes represented as supreme, sometimes as equal, sometimes as inferior to others. The father is sometimes the son, the brother is the husband, and she who in one hymn is the mother as in another the wife." The most extraordinary feat is ascribed to Indra, " Thou hast indeed begotten...
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