Bible Myths and their Parallels in other Religions Being a Comparison of the Old and New Testament Myths and Miracles with those of the Heathen Nations of Antiquity Considering also their Origin and Meaning

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Footnote [23:6] Bhat, Maha and Thamaz.[original has extraneous quotation mark]

Footnote [28:1] the Deluge of Noah and Xisuthrus[original has Xisuthus]

Footnote [45:5] Indian Antiquities[original has Antiqities]

Footnote [45:8] See Child's Prog.[period missing in original] Relig. Ideas

Footnote [46:4] vol.[original has extraneous comma] i. pp. 175, 276.

Footnote [70:4] See Chambers's Encyclopædia, Art.[period missing in original] "Hercules."

Footnote [80:2] En Gallois Jon, le Seigneur[original has Seignenr], Dieu, la cause prémière.

Footnote [82:7] (Rev. S. Baring-Gould: Curious Myths, p. 367.)[closing parenthesis missing in original]

Footnote [92:5] vol. ii. ch. v. and vi.)[closing parenthesis missing in original]

Footnote [98:1] by the Rev. Dr. Giles, 2[original has extraneous period] vols.

Footnote [98:1] "The Bible for Learners" (vols. i. and ii.), by Prof. Oort[original has Oot]

Footnote [101:2] See Westropp[original has Westopp] & Wakes, "Phallic Worship."

Footnote [119:1] See Asiatic[original has Asiastic] Res., vol. x.

Footnote [134:3] to which[original has Which] the reader is referred.

Footnote [167:2] Anacalypsis, vol. i. 130, 13-,[dash represents a digit missing in original—original also has period instead of comma]

Footnote [177:2] Chambers's Encyclo.[original has Enclyclo.] art. "Zoroaster."

Footnote [183:2] redeeming love, pays it all."[original has single quote]

Footnote [192:3] See Æschylus' "Prometheus Chained.[original has comma]"

Footnote [195:2] Malcolm[original has Malcom]: Hist. Persia, vol. i.

Footnote [199:3] Fergusson's Tree and Serpent Worship.)[closing parenthesis missing in original]

Footnote [229:1] receive the reward (of heaven)."[quotation mark missing in original]

Footnote [249:1] "[quotation mark missing in original]In the beginning was the WORD

Footnote [251:2] Prog. Relig. Ideas,[original has period] ii. p. 267.

Footnote [271:2] Contra Celsus[original has Celus], bk. 1, ch. lxviii.[period missing in original]

Footnote [281:11] Matt. xxvi. 6-7[hyphen missing in original].

Footnote [283:13] the second member of the Tri-mūrti[original has Tri-mūtri]

Footnote [284:17] Quoted from Williams' Hinduism,[comma missing in original] pp. 217-219.

Footnote [293:2] See Bunsen's[original has Bünsen's] Angel-Messiah

Footnote [308:5] "[quotation mark missing in original]De Tinctione, de oblatione panis

Footnote [319:5] (Aug.[original has comma] Temp. Ser. ci.)

Footnote [319:7] stipatum me religiosa cohorte,[original has period] deducit ad proximas balucas

Footnote [321:4]

  • De-là-vint[original has De-la-vint]
  • de l'Ilissus[original has l'ilissus] le candidat
  • et l'eau de la[original has lar] mer
  • le couronnoit[original has couronoit] de fleurs
  • le plongeoit[original has pongeoit] dans le fleuve[original has fleure]

Footnote [328:4] pp. 47, 48,[comma missing in original] and Higgins' Anacalypsis

Footnote [332:6] Fergusson's[original has Ferguson's] Tree and Serpent Worship

Footnote [332:9] Stuckley: Pal. Sac. No. 1,[comma missing in original] p. 34

Footnote [338:2] In Montfaucon[original has Montefaucon], vol. i. plate xcv.

Footnote [342:4] See Colenso's Pentateuch Examined,[comma missing in original] vol.

Footnote [349:9] See Basnage[original has Basuage] (lib. iii. c. xxxiii.)

Footnote [362:5] (Encyclopædia Brit., art. "Christmas.")[closing parenthesis missing in original]

Footnote [373:3] I. John, v. 7. John,[comma missing in original] i. 1.

Footnote [376:4] Monumental Christianity, p. 65,[original has period] and Ancient

Footnote [392:2] See Prog.[period missing in original] Relig. Ideas, vol. i. p. 216.

Footnote [393:1] (Dunlap's Spirit Hist., pp. 35, 36.)[closing parenthesis missing in original]

Footnote [410:3] (Mosheim, vol. i. cent. 2, p. 202.)[closing parenthesis missing in original]

Footnote [419:1] (Smith's Bible Dictionary, art. "Alexandria.")[closing parenthesis missing in original]

Footnote [420:4] John, xii.[original has comma] 6; xiii. 29.

Footnote [423:4] indolent fraternities' of India."[original has single quote]

Footnote [425:1] (Eusebius: Eccl. Hist., lib. 2, ch. xvii.)[closing parenthesis missing in original]

Footnote [435:2]

  • non-seulement[original has non-sulement] ne disent pas ce qu'ils pensent
  • mais disent[original has desent] tout le contraire
  • sachent bien[original has bein] que ce sont des fables
  • ont fait brûler[original has bruler] de saints personnages
  • que ce n'est[original has cen'est]
  • morceau de pain."[original has single quote]

Footnote [435:6] Giles' Hebrew and Christian Records,[comma missing in original] vol. ii.

Footnote [478:1] (Goldzhier, pp. 158[original has 158, 158]. Knight, pp. 99, 100.)

Footnote [483:3] whole aggregate of existences."[quotation mark missing in original]

Footnote [486:3] three of[original has o] the mysteries

Footnote [489:3] ([parenthesis missing in original]Quoted by Wake: Phallism, &c., p. 43.)

Footnote [505:3] over the shoulders of Bellerophon[original has Bellerphon]

Footnote [507:2] are the celebrated I. H. S.[original has I. S. H.]

Footnote [517:1] thinks that Josephus'[apostrophe missing in original] silence on the subject

Footnote [529:3] in what sense does[original has dose] Christianity

Footnote [535:3] See Fergusson's[original has Ferguson's] Tree and Serpent Worship

Footnote [546:2] Williams'[apostrophe missing in original] Hinduism

Footnote [547:2] P.[original has p.] 118.

Footnote [562:4] Book iv.[period missing in original] ch. i. in Anac.

Footnote [562:5] P.[original has p.] 6.

Footnote [563:1] Müller's[original has Mûller's] Chips, vol. ii. p. 260.

Footnote [566:1] writers of antiquity, on account[original has acount] of