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Redfield, Bessie G.


Gods: A Dictionary of the Deities of all Lands




G. P. Putnam's Sons




New York












The full sub-tile is as follows: "including Supernatural beings, mythical heroes and kings, sacred books of principal religions, etc." Quoted from the author's "Explantory Note."

"In using this volume it will be helpful to observe the following arrangement: Alphabetical order is followed in the text. When two deities are identified, the less familiar is referred to the better known name. For example, in the case of Greek and Roman deities whose story is the same, it is told under the Greek name and the Roman is referred to it.

In the index, since many gods belong to more than one country, the countries of the same
general divisions of race have been grouped. Thus under Mongolian as an index title are
found Chinese, Japanese and Burmese deities."

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