The Cambridge Illustrated History of Religions

The Cambridge Illustrated History of Religions

Book - 2002
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The Cambridge Illustrated History of Religions provides a comprehensive survey of world religions from pre-history to the present day. Each religion is treated in depth, with text written by an acknowledged academic expert supported by lavish illustration. Images have been carefully chosen to complement the text. There are special box features and spreads. The religions covered include Jainism, Chinese and Japanese religions, Hindu religions, Sikhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Buddhism, along with smaller sections on Zoroaster and Parsis, Greece and Rome, Egypt and Mesopotamia, aboriginal religions, Shamanism, and modern religions such as Bahai. The book includes a substantial bibliography, a full chronology for each section, a general chronology giving the most significant dates from all religions, and information on religious phenomena such as festivals and calendars. This is an authoritative reference book in an attractive format which will appeal equally to students of religion, teachers, and general interested readers.
Publisher: Cambridge, U.K. ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2002
Characteristics: 336 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 26 cm
ISBN: 052181037X
Call Number: R 200.9 CAMBRIDGE
Alternative Title: Religions


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