Egypt Part I. The Founding of Kingship 1. Horus, Son of Osiris C. Titulary Part II.
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Egypt Part I. The Founding of Kingship 1. Horus, Son of Osiris C. Titulary Part II. The Functioning of Kingship 4. The Ka of Commoners B. The Ka of the King 6. Opening Festivities C. The Dedication of the Field D. The Concluding Ceremonies 7.
The Followers of Horus B. The Standards C. The Souls of Pe and Nakhen D. The Dual Shrines E. The Passing of Kingship 8. The Royal Succession Kingship and the Divine Powers in Nature The Gods of the Egyptians The Power in the Sun: Creation A. The King, Image of Re B. Creation and Circuit C. The King, Son of Re The Power in Cattle: Procreation A. Egypt in Africa C. The King and Hathor The Power in the Earth: Resurrection A.
Osiris, Son of Geb and Nut B. Osiris in the Grain C. Osiris in the Nile D. Osiris in Orion and the Moon E. Mesopotamia Part V. The Foundations of Kingship Mesopotamian Beginnings and Primitive Democracy B. The Temple Community C. Designations of the Ruler as Evidence of Unbroken Tradition The Making of a King A. The Theological Aspect of Kingship B. The Accession Part VI. The Functions of the King Government A. Administration of the Realm B. Interpretation of the Superhuman C.
Representation of the People The Service of the Gods A. The Gods of Mesopotamia A. Cosmic Powers and Social Justice B. The Suffering God The Deification of Kings A.
The Union of King and Goddess B. The King as "Son" of the Gods C. The King Worshipped in Temples D. The Worship of Royal Statues E. The King of Personal Names F. The King and the Powers in Nature The Significance of the Celebrations B.
The Festival at Babylon and Assur Epilogue.
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Kingship And The Gods