Moses the Egyptian: The Memory of Egypt in Western Monotheism

ISBN: 0674587383

Category: Novel

Tag: History and Military


Posted on 2009-10-28. By anonymous.

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Jan Assmann, "Moses the Egyptian: The Memory of Egypt in Western Monotheism"
Harvard University Press | 1997 | ISBN: 0674587383 | 284 pages | PDF | 14 MB

Summary: Brilliantt and crystal clear historical analysis
Rating: 5
Jan Assmann is a giant among scholars, and that most incredible find: a man with genius insight who knows how to write! This book is about the story of Moses and how it is told and retold in Western culture. Except for a few untranslated quotes in German, French, etc., this work is beguilingly instructive enough for a beginner, and its points are made with such beauty that they will spur one to further biblical or Egyptian research. I value the book for it's in depth analysis of Akhnaten and the extent of his monotheistic "revolution" as much as anything else. This scholar is also gentle in his approach to all the materials he treats. For that reason he inspires considerable trust. I can not recommend this book and this man too much! The whole subject of the connection between Ancient Israel and Egypt is a rich load of treasure beyond imagining, and here is a great mind to open pathways and draw our attention to things we think we see but perhaps do not. Dazzling work!










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