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The high priest of Cybele was given the name of Attis, and—at least in later times
—she was attended by a band of fanatical devotees called galli, whose orgiastic
dancing, at the climax of which they castrated themselves in their ecstasy, was ...
In Egypt, in the later Hellenistic period, the New Testament was translated into
Coptic—in the south (Upper Egypt) the Sahidic (cop”), and in the north (Lower
Egypt) the Bohairic (cop”), the two principal dialects. By the 4th century, the
This transformation of Paul's theology would appear to be somewhat later than
Paul, yet not so much later than Philemon, and its import has been forgotten.
Colossians cannot be dated or placed with certainty, but the end of the 1st
century or ...
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