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Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), referring to his theory on 'Ra-t'Amenti'; Egyptian influences on Crete and Greece; and the Egyptian degradation of their gods to kings and heroes.

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Origin information
University College, St. Stephen's Green, Dublin
Date created:
Type of Resource
text
Physical description
1 letter
7.5 x 12 cm
Note
With pre-printed postage; 'University College, Stephen's Green' printed on correspondence side.
Languages
English  Greek  
Genre
Correspondence
Subject
Greek language--Etymology   linked data (lcsh)
Greece--Civilization--Egyptian influences   linked data (lcsh)
Crete (Greece)--Civilization--Egyptian influences   linked data (lcsh)
Gods, Greek   linked data (lcsh)
Gods, Egyptian   linked data (lcsh)
Hopkins, Gerard Manley, 1844-1889 --Correspondence   linked data (lcsh)
Baillie, Alexander William Mowbray, 1843-1921 --Correspondence   linked data (lcsh)
Sender location
University College, St. Stephen's Green, Dublin
22 Sackville St, Mayfair, London
Location
https://doi.org/10.7925/drs1.ivrla_4103
Location
UCD Library. UCD Library Special Collections. UCD Letters. UCD L 57
Suggested credit
"[Postcard from Gerard Manley Hopkins (University College, Stephen's Green) to Alexander William Mowbray Baillie (22 Sackville Street, London), referring to his theory on 'Ra-t'Amenti'; Egyptian influences on Crete and Greece; and the Egyptian degradation of their gods to kings and heroes]," held by UCD Archives. © University College Dublin. Digital content: © University College Dublin, published by UCD Library, University College Dublin <http://digital.ucd.ie/view/ivrla:4103>

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Metadata creation date: 2005-11-29 — Descriptions created by IVRLA project staff, UCD Library, University College Dublin.

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