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It was primarily because of the Egyptians’ sense of each of their kings as incarnations of Horus and Osiris that the tradition of the worship of divine royal ancestors developed.

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Theory of Relativity for the Rest of Us but not for Dummies by James Thomas
The speed of light is absolute, and is the same in all frames of reference.
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Theory of Relativity for the Rest of Us but not for Dummies by James Thomas
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Awesome! Mind blowing!

If you are beginner, read this now! It really really helped me and is read in less than an hour and half. Dr James Thomas goes out of his to make things as simple as possible! I honestly get the most of it!
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The Epic of Gilgamesh by Anonymous
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‘Gilgamesh,’ he declared, ‘is stupendous!’ For him the epic was first and foremost ‘das Epos der Todesfurcht’, the epic about the fear of death. This universal theme does indeed unite the poem, for in examining the human longing for life eternal, it tells of one man’s heroic struggle against death – first for immortal renown through glorious deeds, then for eternal life itself; of his despair when confronted with inevitable failure, and of his eventual realization that the only immortality he may expect is the enduring name afforded by leaving behind some lasting achievement.
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This is awesome book! It is amazing to think you are reading from the dawn of recorded history! The story is very interesting with many gods, mythical beasts and adventures etc. It is a poem so it is quite repetitive in its verses. However, this just ...more
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