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Hammond Atlas of World Religions

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Synopsis:

The Hammond Atlas of World Religions presents a comprehensive, visually engaging and chronologically accurate assessment of religion throughout recorded human history. Because the subject is vast and complex, the book is structured in two parts. The first moves chronologically from 4,000 BC up to present day, giving an overview of geo-religious change through time. The second part details each of the major modern religions from their inception through the worship today.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780843709957
Author:
Langenscheidt
Publisher:
Hammond World Atlas Corporation
Manufactured:
Hammond
Author:
Huber, Robert V.
Author:
Mechem, Elizabeth
Author:
Murray, Stuart A.
Subject:
Reference
Subject:
Religions
Copyright:
Series:
Hammond World Atlas
Publication Date:
October 2008
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
392
Dimensions:
14.28x11.06x1.27 in. 6.97 lbs.

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Religion » Comparative Religion » General
Religion » Comparative Religion » Reference
Religion » Islam » General
Religion » Western Religions » General and Comparative Religion

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"Synopsis" by , The Hammond Atlas of World Religions presents a comprehensive, visually engaging and chronologically accurate assessment of religion throughout recorded human history. Because the subject is vast and complex, the book is structured in two parts. The first moves chronologically from 4,000 BC up to present day, giving an overview of geo-religious change through time. The second part details each of the major modern religions from their inception through the worship today.
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