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E. A. Wallis Budge, the author of numerous books, was once the Keeper of Egyptian and Assyrian Antiques in the British Museum.

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HASH(0x9075a024) von 5 Sternen sanctum occularis 14. Juli 2006
Von Jere Perro - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This two volume set conveys both historical/mythical information concerning Eygptian religious practices and Budge's perceptions of how and why they were practiced. Budge is enamored of the Egyptians and it is demonstrated in his work not just an academician Budge attempted to reconcile his western upbringing with the beauty and philosophy of the Egyptians and their influence on the world. While there have been recent translations from the German and French which add to and perhaps change some of the concepts it in no way takes from the cosmology as interpreted by Budge. That Osiris and his myth was a major factor in the history of Egypt and its religious and philosophical growth is demonstrated by these two volumes from Budge. These were 5 star books when first published and they remain 5 star even with new findings and "new age experts" writing their own interpretations.
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HASH(0x9075c33c) von 5 Sternen 2 Vols is always 2 Vols is still 2 Vols. 19. Juni 2001
Von Geo. B. Riddle Jr. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
It is incredible to me that you are listing both the 1973 and 1988 editions of this book as single volumes when they are both 2-volume sets. You did this with Oahspe, which, for me, you are correcting. It looks to me like you need a volume checker for every book you sell. Sincerely, George B. Riddle Jr.
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HASH(0x9075c678) von 5 Sternen Better than the first volume, but still not very good 6. Januar 2016
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After the offensiveness of Volume 1, Volume 2 is a bit better. Early chapters describe various rituals in Osiris's honor. The middle talks generally about the Egyptian conception of the soul and of the underworld, with more comparisons to the beliefs of other African peoples. The longest chapter, titled simply "Miscellaneous", is a jumbled assortment of whatever Egyptian religious practices that the book hadn't covered already, and the last few describe Isis and how she, Osiris, and other Egyptian deities came to be worshipped by the Greeks and Romans. As usual with Budge, a lot of the book is padded with long quotations of primary sources, and his discussion of topics tends to be superficial.

Yet I can't entirely disagree with the blurb's claim that the two volumes together make up the most comprehensive work on Osiris. There simply is no thorough examination of all aspects of Osiris in recent scholarship. Death and Salvation in Ancient Egypt treats afterlife beliefs excellently, and Death and the Afterlife in Ancient Egypt does the same for funerary customs in general, but neither of them are about Osiris per se. The Origins of Osiris and His Cult only looks at the evidence from early Egyptian history; Abydos: Egypt's First Pharaohs and the Cult of Osiris is useful but only covers that one important site; and Osiris: Death and Afterlife of a God is far too cursory and poorly focused. By cramming so much stuff into these two volumes, Budge ended up covering more ground than any recent examination of the god. You can either read his work, with all its superficiality, digressions, bias, and error, or you can read a variety of recent sources with narrower scope and put the pieces together yourself.
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HASH(0x90754ba0) von 5 Sternen Good Read 27. April 2012
Von Big Sistah Patty - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is one of many books on my book list that I've finally gotten to. I thought the book was very good and added to my body of knowledge.
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HASH(0x9075c9fc) von 5 Sternen Proof that the Ancient Egyptians Were Black Africans 8. Juli 2014
Von Derric (Rau Khu) Moore author of MAA AANKH vol.I, Kamta: A Practical Kamitic Path for Obtaining Power and Maa: A Guide to the Kamitic Way for Personal - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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It appears here recently that a lot of people find Budge's work unacceptable for some reason. Some writers, historians and scholars will claim that he flip flops and you will discover after reading these volumes why. Budge first off was one of the most celebrated scholars on the whole ancient Egyptians subject because he was genuinely interested in understanding these ancient people on the Nile. So much so, he did a comparison study and discovered based upon cultural similarities. The people who resembled the ancient Egyptians the most resided in Sub-Sahara Africa.

This was powerful because it takes the debate about the ethnicity of the ancient Egyptians to a whole new level beyond pigmentation of one's skin and race. This book along with the first volume are full of examples of how no other people in the world except the numerous people in Sub Sahara Africa, share these cultural traits, which suggests that either the ancient Egyptians migrated further East and to the West and Southern Africa, or they are the same people. Of course, let's let the scholars debate about that one.
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