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The Incompleat Chymist: Being an Essay on the Eighteenth-Century Chemist in His Laboratory, with a Dictionary of Obsolete Chemical Terms of the Period Jon Eklund Smithsonian Studies in History and Technology, Number 33 Smithsonian Institute Press Washington, DC, 1975 You may wish to consult Carmen Giunta's Glossary of Archaic Chemical Terms for additional information.
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In the Bible, the name Baal is applied to two different men, one town and one idol; Baal the male god of Canaan and Phoenicians; counterpart of the female Asherah (Judges 2:13). The town called Baal is located in the southern part of the territory of Judah (Joshua 15:29), and is probably the same as the town named Bilhah (1 Chronicles 4:29), and perhaps even the town named Balah (Joshua 19:3).
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Roman Gods and Goddesses In the beginning Roman gods were considered divine manifestations, faceless, formless, and powerful. The idea of gods as anthropomorphized beings came later, with influences from the Etruscan and Greek pantheons. The Romans worshipped a main pantheon of 12 Gods called Dii Consentes: six gods and six goddesses: Jupiter, Juno, Minerva, Vesta, Ceres, Diana, Venus, Mars, Mercurius, Neptunus, Volcanus, and Apollo. 12 Around 1 Geometry of Creation Roman and Greek God Comparisons
Did you know that the Romans had many gods and goddesses. Most of these were the same ones that the ancient Greeks worshipped, except that they had different names. - The original religion of the early Romans was so modified by the addition of numerous and conflicting beliefs in later times, and by the assimilation of a vast amount of Greek mythology, that it cannot be reconstructed precisely. Because extensive changes in the religion had already taken place before the literary tradition began, its origins were in most cases unknown to the early Roman writers on religion, such as the 1st century BC scholar Marcus Terentius Varro. Other classical writers, such as the poet Ovid in his Fasti (Calendar), were strongly influenced by Hellenistic models, and in their works they frequently employed Greek beliefs to fill gaps in the Roman tradition. Tell us your opinion - Submit your Article
Key: The essential Olympians ' names are given in bold font . Key: The names marked in green are that of the 12 original Titans .
YHWH The personal Name of the Creator, revealed in the four letters Y od, H ay, W aw, H ay.