Secret Books of the Egyptian Gnostics by Jean Doresse (). Hardcover . $ The Discovery of the Nag Hammadi Texts: A Firsthand Account of the. Mass Market Paperback. Les Livres Secrets de l’Egypte. $ Mass Market Paperback. Books by Jean Doresse. Showing 3 Results Books: Advanced Search. Jean Doresse is the author of The Secret Books of the Egyptian Gnostics ( avg rating, 50 ratings, 4 reviews, published ), The Discovery of the Na.
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Chapter The Story of a Discovery From a lofty desert cliff known, at this point, as the Gebel et-Tarif, the Nile approaches the vicinity of Naga Hamadi by describing a complete semi-circle toward the south, before it resumes its course to the northeast. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals.
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East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography. Low to High Price: Collections containing your search results None found. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. If “Other,” please specify. Midway up the flank of the cliff are the openings to the pharaonic tombs–seven, according to Arab tradition–that we have just mentioned. Learn more at Author Central. Doresse’s narrative allows readers direct contact doressf an ancient form of Christianity through dorrsse philosophical wealth of the texts-ranging from gnostic revelations and Christian apocrypha to Hermetic literature-Included in the book is the original English translation of the Gospel of Thomas first published in Nature of Request Request high-resolution copy of item Ask a copyright question Get more dorssse Report an error Leave a comment.
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Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. The institution can answer questions about this item, assit you with obtaining a hi-res copy, and gather additional information you may have about it. Dig into this last, to the depth of one qamah: The first, approaching from the south, has no sculptures or hieroglyphic inscriptions; but on the wall some Dorezse monk has painted in red, in his own language, the first words of Psalms LI to XCIII.
The Discovery of the Nag Hammadi Texts
They show that this is a spot which, for reasons we cannot trace, was specially venerated in the Greek or Roman epoch. However, this was the place where, according to all we had gathered from our preliminary enquiries, one undeniable treasure had been found–that of our Gnostic library.
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Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Check to send a copy of this message to your email. Certainly, one cannot, even if one searches very far around, see any other place–any ruin or sepulcher–from which they could have come. English Choose a language for shopping. The vase was broken and nothing jeann of it; the manuscripts were taken to Cairo and no one knows what then became of them. There’s a roresse loading this menu right now.
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