10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DENDROLATRY»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to dendrolatry
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The Notion of "religion" in Comparative Research: Selected ...
ON DENDROLATRY AND DEFINITIONS: PERSPECTIVES FROM THE STUDY
OF ORAL TRADITIONS ARMIN W. GEERTZ (AARHUS) The problem of the
definition of religion is nothing less than the problem of method and the scope of
International Association for the History of Religions. Congress, Ugo Bianchi, 1994
Belief, Bounty, And Beauty: Rituals Around Sacred Trees in India
Even without linking up to a pre-existent dendrolatry, to tree-deities, nàgas, and
yakßas, it would have been quite a natural thing for a teacher like Gotama to
favour solitary shady trees for contemplation, and lovely groves and orchards for
Islam Observed: Religious Development in Morocco and Indonesia
Aside from the simple question of whether there really are any pigeons in all of
these pigeonholes — any den- drolators practicing dendrolatry in arcane
dendrolatological ceremonies — the mere multiplication of generalized cover
terms leads ...
Casa Frumoasă: The House Beautiful in Rural Romania
Actual tree worship (dendrolatry), as well as the tree functioning as a vegetal
symbol of spiritual reality, are familiar themes in much early European folk ritual
and mythology (James 1966, 1968). These were symbols that later became very
Jan Harold Brunvand, 2003
The Journal of Sacred Literature
... will satisfactorily explain all the Scriptural allusions to dendrolatry and to
superstitions connected with trees. But we cannot neglect to point out to notice,
the one idea which ' Relation des Philippines, in Thevenot's Coll. * Travels, p.
John Kitto, Henry Burgess, Benjamin Harris Cowper, 1848
The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued ...
... just as the New Zealander tahous his bread- tree, to protect it from plunder, by
adding sacrilege to the more simple crime or theft. Dendrolatry, or tree-worship, is
common throughout India. Almost every village has its banyan, which is at once ...
Living Beings: Perspectives on Interspecies Engagements
For a discussion of dendrolatry in a wider context, other important Basque trees
and a map with the most famous examples, see Julio C. Baroja's Ritos iMitos
Equivocos (1989: 339–88). 6. For an insightful discussion of these distinctions,
Survivals In Belief Among The Celts:
The primary creationof the rootideasin this myth may be due to precursors
oftheCelts alike in Gaul andIreland, butthey point to early treeworship,
andtosurvivals of dendrolatry among the Celts.May we notinfer with Reinachthe
idea ofacosmic ...
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 4 of 4: S-Z ...
... dendrolatry. [A.S. treó, treów; Ice. tré, Gr.drus, Sans.dru.] Treen,trēn, n. a
territorialdivisioninthe IsleofMan. Trefoil, trē′foil, n. a threeleaved plant, as the
white and red clover: (archit.) an ornament like trefoil.—n.Tref′le, a trefoil.—adj.
The Squirrel that Dreamt of Madness
... and as he makes this vibrating noise he moves quickly from side to side. He
brings his arms above his head and holds his hands together making him look
like a torpedo. He is either a physical pest to trees or a dendrolatry; I think I am
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «DENDROLATRY»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term dendrolatry
is used in the context of the following news items.
Joshua Cohen's Book of Numbers Is Brilliant and Nearly Unbearable
... dendrolatry—to the indigenous Indians, whom the Spanish called the Costenos, or 'coastal people,' but who called themselves Ohlone: Ohlo ... «Slate Magazine, Jul 15»
Did ancient Jews worship trees?
That would make sense if we assume that the ancients practiced dendrolatry - the deification of trees. The “instructing tree” outside of Nablus ... «Haaretz, Feb 15»
A huge conjoined freak Margosa Tree in Urelu, Chunnakam
Devotees of the Kannaki Amman Temple venerate this tree and Tree worship or dendrolatry is observed not only in Hinduism but also practiced ... «Asian Tribune, Apr 14»
What Happened This Week?
... to dendrolatry and muck our polished patellae in a worshipper's kneel unto Trees. And where does the Holiday Axe factor into this religion? «The Awl, Nov 13»