In two large volumes, demy 4to, with Maps and Illustrations,and a separate Chart of Faith Streams,
GEORGE REDWAY, 12, YORK STREET.
RIVERS OF LIFE;
,SOURCES AND STREAMS OF THE FAITHS OFMAN IN ALL LANDS.
Showing the Evolution of Religious Thought from the RudestSymbolisms to the Latest Spiritual Developments.
J. G. R. FORLONG, F.R.G.S., F.R.S.E., M.A.I., A.I.C.E., F.R.H.S., F.R.A.Socy, &
. , I.—1. Introductory pages, 1-30; II. Tree Worship,pp. 31-92; III. Serpent and Phallic' Worship, pp. 93-322; IVFire Worship, pp. 323-402; V. Sun Worship, pp. 403-534; VI. Ancestor Worship, pp. 535-548.C
. II.—VII. Early Faiths of Western Asia, as in Kaldiaand Assyria, pp. 1-141; VIII. Faiths of Western Aborigines in Europeand Adjacent Countries, pp. 142-448; IX. Faiths of Eastern Abori-gines, Non-Aryan, Aryan, and Shemitic, pp. 449-622. A
.—I. A Coloured Chart of all Faith Streams, 7½
2½feet, folded or on roller; II. Map of the World, as known aboutSecond Century
., showing Early Races and Faiths; III. SketchMap of Ancient India, and from Baluchistan to Anam, showing EarlyTribes, their Sacred Places, &c. IV. Synoptical Table of Gods, GodIdeas, and many Features which all Faiths have more or less in common.If on roller, this is 3 feet
21 inches.Two Volumes, demy 4to, 1270 pages; with Maps, Plates, and numerousIllustrations, cloth; and large separate Chart in cloth case, £6 6s.Chart alone, £2.
“General Forlong has devoted many years and incurred very heavy costfor the purpose of presenting to the world a work which no student of Comparative Religion can afford to neglect. The author has allowed neithertime, distance nor cost to prevent him from visiting any spot where he thoughtit possible to discover monumental data; he has studied not only the written