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  • Lost History The Aryan Invasion Theory
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    Bharat: Lost Land, Lost History The Aryan Invasion Theory has been challenged again and again by in numerous writers and historians. However, not many understand the importance of this. What was so special about these Aryans that scholars are so vehement about? Why is establishing the truth about the ancient civilisation so important to so many? I feel that there is a lack of work on this. Works on the invasion theory, the Aryan scriptures, Aryan cultures, and their sciences are all distributed ...
  • Ancient Greek Beliefs Of Religion And Death
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    Ancient Greek Beliefs of Religion and Death Differs From Other Cultures How does the Ancient Greek beliefs of religion and death differ with the view of other cultural groups? Death, the way it is represented in Homer's book, The Odyssey, is always caused by human error. Whether their death was caused by greed, selfishness, or just being curious, many people died in The Odyssey. Still, the question of what happens after we die remains. Many religions have different beliefs of religious ideas fro...
  • Final Saviour Conclusion The Zarathustrian Religion
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    ZARATHUSTRIANISM ORIGINS OF BELIEF AND AFTERLIFE Zarathustrianism, also known as Zoroastrianism, originated in Persia and was founded by the prophet Zarathustra, who may have been an agrarian living ca. 628-551 BCE. Zarathustra was a member of the Aryan race, heeding from Iran, which is the ancient name of Persia, and it is derived from the root "Arya" or Aryan, the Indo-European branch of peoples who settled in that land. Zarathustra rejected the polytheism of contemporary Persian religion in f...
  • Religion In The Ancient World
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    From the time of hunter-gatherers, religion or some for of it has been the basis for social stability, structure and progress. Religion has given meaning to each and every person and civilization in the Ancient World, and the Persian Empire is of no exception to this rule. 539 B.C.E. marked one of the most influential and innovative periods in Mesopotamia with the introduction of the Persian Empire and its own personal religion. 539 B.C.E. marked the beginning of Persian rule and the end of Chal...
  • Time And The Person Being Tutankhamun
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    This artefact was found in the treasury of Tutankhamun's tomb, contained inside one of twenty-two black-painted wooden caskets or shrines. In each of these caskets there were one or more wooden statuettes portraying either Tutankhamun in different poses or a number of deities from the Ancient Egyptian religion. Each of these statuettes are attached to a black, wooden rectangular base, and when discovered were wrapped in a piece of linen that was datable to the 3rd year of his father, Akhenaten's...

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