Author's Preface and Introduction
Chief Deities. II.
Iranian Deities. III.
Semitic Deities. IV.
Vahagn "The Eighth" God. V.
Nature Worship and Nature Myths. 1. Sun, Moon, and Stars. VI.
Nature Worship and Nature Myths. 2. Fire. VII.
Nature Worship and Nature Myths. 3. Water. VIII.
Nature Worship and Nature Myths. 4. Trees, Plants, and Mountains. IX.
The World of Spirits and Monsters. XI.
Cosmogony, Death, and Eschatology. XII.
Map of the Temples
This work is presented solely for non-commercial educational/research purposes.
Thanks to Google Books, a volume in the Mythology of All
Races series (Vol. VI, Indian/Iranian) (Boston, 1917) which
Ananikian frequently cites is available as a free download in
.pdf format, 15MB [Indian and Iranian]. The Indian section is by
A. Berriedale Keith; the Iranian section is by Albert J. Carnoy.
On other pages of our website, Albert J. Carnoy's Iranian
Mythology, A. Berriedale Keith's Indian
Mythology (both from Mythology of All Races Vol. VI),
Ferdowsi's Shahnameh, and the Armenian folk-epic David of
Sassoun are available in HTML format. Another work frequently
cited by Ananikian, A. Carrière's Les huit sanctuaires
de l'Arménie payenne, is available on another page of
this website in English translation, The Eight
Sanctuaries of Pagan Armenia.
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