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Gordon childe, New Light on the Most Ancient East, 4th ed. (1952, reprinted 1969
), is an excellent introduction to the Indus Valley Civilization in comparison with
the prehistories of Egypt and Mesopotamia — from the Nile to the Indus ...
(Mexico, Central America, and South America): auguste genin, Notes on the
Dances, Music, and Songs of the Ancient and Modern Mexicans (1922), a
comparison of pre-Columbian with contemporary folk dances; lisa lekis, Folk
Dances of ...
In ancient Egypt demands and India it was considered the residence of the deity,
and of the entrance into the sanctum was prohibited or reserved for ritual priests;
in ancient Greece it contained an accessible cult image, but services were held ...
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