John - by the Apostle; a kerygmatic and missionary presentation

The presumption is that Matthew (and Mark) reads events as follows:

To this we may add the following observation:

A striking example of this grammar was the patron goddess of Athens, , Athena Parthenos, or Athena "the Virgin." But "the Virgin," , is in the feminine gender, taking the feminine article, despite the apparently masculine ending.

2) There is no evidence for any earlier occurrence of the term;

In summary, I would make these observations:

[]Here the "beatings," besides the ordinary encouragement of overseers, , to which scribes might not always be witness, can easily refer to the business of collecting taxes in Egypt.

* That the "favorable review" of Jesus was expunged by later editors and censors.

Note 8Fans of may recognize the word "archon" from the classic episode "The Return of the Archons," #22 in the original series, which aired February 9, 1967.

Again, this may depend on whether there WAS a verdict (see below).


The pioneering work on this subject was by Henri Frankfort, H.A.

As such, it curiously parallels something we get in the movie [1997, Bruce Willis, Milla Jovovich], where the "fifth element" to the familiar Earth, Air, Fire, and Water is actually an entity, a being (played by Jovovich), who focuses the other four.

Wilson, Thorkild Jacobsen, and William A.

Since influence from distance China seems unlikely in this period, Zoroastrian Metal and Plants would seem to be an original and autochthonous, albeit parallel, version of a theory of elements.

So a Greek woman who was a philosopher was still a .

We see Greek mercenaries, like Mentor and Memnon, married to Barsine, great granddaughter of Artaxerxes, and Alexander's admiral, Nearchus, married to her daughter.

"Middle" here, , an adjective, is inflected in the feminine.

Eventually, soon the triumph of Christianity, Mithras was identified with , the "Unconquered Sun" which had become the center of the Roman State Cult.

Note that philosophic thought does not mythopoeic thought but it.

Thus, we find his name as an element in the names of native kings in Anatolia during the , most notably with multiple Kings of named , Mithridates, "given by Mira" (, in Modern Persian).

Picard uses the story of Gilgamesh.

In Achaemenid Zoroastrianism, however, the monotheism is certainly compromised by the surival or revival of traditional deities, such as the god Mira and the goddess Anahita.