10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «THERIOLATRY»
Discover the use of theriolatry
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to theriolatry
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
l ) gamidolatry 2) gyniolatry 3) heliolatry 4) hierolatry 5) neolatry 6) idolatry 7)
plutolatry 8) theriolatry 9) neomort 10) bardolater 1 ) pilgrim 2) pilgrimage 3)
pilgrimize 4) peregrine 5) peregrinate 6) peregrinator 7) peregrination 8) neoNazi
RANSFORMATIONS Many Greek mythsinvolve animal transformations,
thoughthere is no proof that theriolatry (animal worship) was ever practiced by
the Greeks. Gods sometimes assumed the form of beasts in order to deceive
Britannica Educational Publishing, Michael Taft and Nicholas Croce, 2014
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Ophiolatry Patriolatry Physiolatry Planetolatry Plutolatry Poetolatry Pseudolatry
Pyrolatry Selenolatry Statolatry Staurolatry Symbolatry Thaumatolatry Theriolatry
Zoolatry worship of snakes excessive devotion or worship of one's native country
The Society of the Ramayana
Couches, 157. Courtship, 188-190. Co-wives, 200. Cow-worship. 262: see
Theriolatry. Cremation, 296. Curse, 160, 235-237. Daiva, 226-227. Dakma, 296.
Daksina, 102. Daksinatya (patha), 52-53. Danastuti, 18-19. Dance, 171, 174, 181
Ananda W. P. Guruge, 1991
What is important for our purposes here is the way in which idolatry and
theriolatry (i.e., worship of deities in animal form) are contrasted with the true
monotheistic theology. The crude materiality of the idols and of the animals
Robert McQueen Grant, 1988
The Octavius of Marcus Minucius Felix
Contra Ap. 2.81, the opportunity is seized for a general polemic against pagan
theriolatry (Egyptian and otherwise) without which no early apology would be
complete. 463 Apparently a reference to cakes imprinted with a figure of an ass, ...
Marcus Minucius Felix, Graeme Wilber Clarke, 1974
Tarquinii, the, 67. Terminus, xv. Terra, Tellus, 84. Theriolatry, 178. Thilo, 23, 28 I1.
/-/., and notes passim. Tinia, 84. Tithes, xviii ; 177. Totemism, 178, 1 88. Tribune,
Ixxxi ; 202. Triumphatur, Ixxix, Ixxx ; 90, 202. Trophies, xxxvii ; 186. Turn, in ritual ...
... and families, underthe wide and capacious cover of totemism. All theriolatry
would thus betraced backto totemism. I am notaware, however, that any
Egyptologists haveadopted sucha view toaccount for the animal forms ofthe
Justice and Righteousness: Biblical Themes and Their Influence
For the Egyptians this means specifically a punishment for their theriolatry. What
effect must the plagues have had on the minds of the Egyptians? The answer is
unequivocal. “Being punished by those very creatures whom they esteemed
Graf Henning Reventlow, Yair Hoffman, 1992
The Roman Questions of Plutarch: A New Translation, with ...
A New Translation, with Introductory Essays & a Running Commentary Plutarch.
Tabus, see also Flamen Dial is, Wine. Talassio, xxxi ; 40,183. Tanaquil : sec Gaia
Caccilia. Tarquinii, the, 67. Terminus, xv. Terra, Tellus, 84. Theriolatry, 178.