2 edition of Meditation and piety in the Far East found in the catalog.
Meditation and piety in the Far East
Karl Ludvig Reichelt
by Lutterworth P
Written in English
Originally published as "Fromhetstyper og helligdommer i Ost-Asia." Vol.1. Dreyers Forlag, 1949.
|Statement||translated from the Norwegian by Sverre Holth.|
|Series||Lutterworth library;vol.42. Missionary research series;no.19|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||171|
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The result of more than forty years of intimate contact with the 'religious elite' of the Far East, Dr. Reichelt's book is a study of a too-often remote and unknown world. For the western reader this study reveals the life of the East Asia religious communities, their sanctuaries, sacred writings and daily discipline.
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Author: Karl Ludvig Reichelt. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reichelt, Karl Ludvig, Meditation and piety in the Far East.
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Reichelt’s book is a study of a too-often remote and unknown world. For the western reader, this study reveals the life of the East Asia. Chief among those were the Marcomanni or Marchmen, the Quadi (mentioned in this book), the Sarmatians, the Catti, the Jazyges.
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