Rhŷs, John





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Rhŷs, John, Lectures on the origin and growth of religion as illustrated by Celtic heathendom [The Hibbert Lectures 1886], 2nd ed. (1888), London, Edinburgh: Williams and Norgate, 1892.

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Lectures on the origin and growth of religion as illustrated by Celtic heathendom [The Hibbert Lectures 1886]
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London • Edinburgh
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Williams and Norgate
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1892
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Rhŷs, John, Lectures on the origin and growth of religion as illustrated by Celtic heathendom [The Hibbert Lectures 1886], 1st ed., London, Edinburgh: Williams and Norgate, 1888.
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The seven Mainesseven Maines, The (ass. time-frame: Conchobar mac Nessa, Conaire Mór, Ulster Cycle) – In the Ulster Cycle, the seven Maines (na secht Maine) are a collective designation for the seven, or eight, sons of Medb and Ailill, all of whom are named Maine: Maine Máithremail and Maine Aithremail, Maine Míngor and Maine Mórgor, Maine Andóe, Maine Milscothach and/or Maine Mó Epert, and Maine Conda(s)gaib/Cotagaib Uile.
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Contents:

[I] “The Gaulish pantheon”
[II] “The Zeus of the insular Celts”
[III] “The culture hero”
[IV] “The culture hero (continued)”
[V] “The sun hero”
[VI] “Gods, demons and heroes”
Additions and corrections; Index of names and other words