RELIGIONS ANCIENT & MODERN (CONSTABLE)
Series Note: "Religions: Ancient and Modern.
Foolscap 8vo. 1s. net per volume.
It is intended in this series to present to a large public the salient features, first of the great religions, secondly of the great philosophies, and thirdly of the great literary and artistic reputationsof the human race."
Source: List in first pages of Religions of Ancient China - Herbert A. Giles.
London, Archibald Constable & Co. Ltd., 1905 (Religions: Ancient and Modern).
The series was published by Archibald Constable & Co. Ltd., of 16 James Street
Haymarket, London) and later by Constable & Company.
Arranged in alphabetical order by title
Animism: The Seed of Religion.
Edward Clodd, author of Pioneers of Evolution, etc.
The Conception of Immortality.
Benjamin Albert Millard.
Buddhism - Prof. Rhys Davids, LL.D.
Celtic Religion in Pre-Christian Times.
Prof. Edward Anwyl.
T.W. Rhys Davids [Thomas William Rhys Davids].
S. B. Slack.
The Eternal Life.
Fetishism and Magic - Prof. Alfred C. Haddon, F.R.S.
Hinduism - T. W. Arnold.
Lionel D Barnett.
Human Immortality: Two Supposed Objections to the Doctrine.
Islam - Mr. T. W. Arnold, Assistant Librarian, India Office.
Syded Ameer Ali, M.A., C.I.E.; Mahmoud Saba.
1906; 1909; 1914.
Magic and Fetishism.
A. C. Haddon [Prof. Alfred C. Haddon, F.R.S.].
W. J. Phythian-Adams.
The Mythologies of ancient Mexico and Peru.
The Mythology of Ancient Britain - Charles Squire.
Pantheism: Its Story and Significance.
J. Allanson Picton, M.A., author of The Religion of the Universe, etc.
The Psychological Origin and Nature of Religion.
J. H. Leuba.
The Religion of Ancient Egypt.
W. M. Flinders Petrie [Prof. Flinders Petrie].
Religion of Ancient Greece - Miss Jane Harrison, Fellow of Newnham College, author of Prolegomena to the Study of Ancient Religion, etc.
The Religion of Ancient Palestine in the Second Millenium B.C. in the Light of Archaeology and the Inscriptions.
Stanley A. Cook [Stanley Arthur Cook].
The Religion of Ancient Rome.
The Religion of Ancient Scandinavia.
W. A. Craigie [Sir William A. Craigie), M.A., Taylorian Lecturer in the Scandinavian Languages, Oxford. author of Scandinavian Folk-lore.
With the assistance of John Beveridge; University of St. Andrews Library. Beveridge Collection.
The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria.
Dr. Theophilus G. Pinches [Theophilus Goldridge Pinches].
Religions of Ancient China - H. A. Giles, M.A., LL.D. (Aberdeen), Professor of Chinese at Cambridge University.
Scandinavian Religion - Mr. W. A. Craigie.
Science and Immortality.
Shinto, the Ancient Religion of Japan.
W. G. Aston [William George Aston].
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