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Yet as a rule talking, we discover there in basic terms the palest shadow of what the sunlight hierophanies as soon as intended, and relentless rational ization makes it paler nonetheless. The philosophers, final one of the " decide on ", hence ultimately accomplished the secularization of what. was once one of many mightiest of all of the cosmic hierophanies. 1 Rep. , 508 b, c. ' Saturnalia, i, chs. xvii-xxili. ·152 PATIERNS IN COMPARATIVE faith BffiLIOGRAPHY On sunlight cults typically : BoLL, F. , Die Sonne im Glauben und in der Weltanschauung der a/ten Volker, Stuttgart, 1922 ; KRAPPE, A. G. , los angeles Genese des mythes, Paris, 1 938, pp. eight 1 ff. ; F'RAzBR, Sir James , The Worship of Nature, London, 1 926, vol. i, pp. 441 ff. ; D ECHELETTE, J. , " Le Culte du solei! aux temps prehistoriques " , RAR, 1 909, pp. 305 ff. ; Manuel d'archeo/ogie pre historique, celtique et gallo-romaine, Paris, 1 908- , vol. ii, pp. four 1 three ff. On sunlight myths : EHRENREICH, P. , " Die Sonne im Mythos " , Mythologische Bibliothek, Leipzig, 1 nine 1 5-6, vol. viii, 1 ; OID. MARKS, Ake, Heimdalls Horn . und Odins A uge, Lund, 1 937, vol. i, pp. 32 ff. , 257 ff. , and passim. at the " solarization " of the very best Being : PETIAZZONI, R. , Dio, Rome, 1922, vol. i, p. 367. at the coexistence of sun and plant components in Mesopotamian gods and religions : cr. FRANKFORT, H. , " Gods and Myths on Sargonid Seals ", lrak, 1 934, vol. i, pp. 2-29 ; ENGNELL, Ivan, reports in Divine Kingship within the historic close to East, Uppsala, 1943 ; GoTZE, A. , Kleinasien, Leipzig, 1933 ; on Shamash, there's fabric and a bibliography in FURLANI, G. , l. a. Religione babilonese-assira, Bologna, 1 928-9, vol. i, pp. 1 62-9 ; vol. ii, pp. 1 79-83, and so forth. ; DHoRME, E. , Les Religions de Babylonie et d'Assyrie ; additionally MA, Paris, 1 945, vol. ii, pp. 60-7, eight 6-9 ; on Shamash and the artwork of divining ; HALDAR, A. , institutions of Cult Prophets one of the old Semites, Uppsa1a, 1 945, pp. 1 ff. at the sun parts in Arctic and northerly Asiatic religions : LEHTISALO, Entwurf einer Mythologie der Jurak-Samoyeden, Helsinki, 1927 ; GAHS, A. , " Kopf-, Schadel- und Langknochenopfer bei Rentier volkem " , Festschrift . W. Schmidt, Modling, 1 928, pp. 231-68. On sun religions one of the Munda tribes : Cf. DALTON, E. T. , Descriptive Ethnology of Bengal, Calcutta, 1 872 ; FRAZER, Sir J. , Worship of Nature, pp. 614 ff. ; BoDDING, P. zero . , Santali people stories, Oslo, 1925-7, vols. i-ii ; RAHMANN, R. , " Gottheiten der Prirnitivstiimme im nordostlichen Vorderindien ", APS, 1936, vol. xxxi, pp. 37-96 ; KoPPERS, W. , " Bhagwan, The excellent Deity of the Bhils ", APS, 1 940-1 , vols. xxxv-vi, pp .. 265-325. On solar religions in Oceania : RivERs, W. H. R. , " Sun-cult and Megaliths in Oceania ", AA, 1 nine 1 five, new sequence, xvii, pp. forty three! ff. ; identity. , The background of Melanesian Society, vols. i-ii, Cambridge, 1914 ; FRAZER, Sir J. , the idea in Immortality and the Worship of the useless, vols. i-ili, London, 1 nine 1 3-24 ; WILLIAMSON, R. W. , non secular and Cosmic ideals in critical Polynesia, vols. i-ii, Cambridge, 1 933. at the " young ones of the solar " : PERRY, W. J. , the youngsters of the solar, second ed.