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Plutarch on Auset and Ausar (3)

ON ISIS AND OSIRIS.
Plutarch

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XXXII. These things, then, afford grounds for the explanations above advanced. Let us start afresh, and consider the most straightforward expositions; that is to say, those who are reputed to treat the subject in a more philosophic manner. 14,748 more words

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Plutarch on Auset and Ausar (1)

ON ISIS AND OSIRIS.
Plutarch

I. All good things, O Clea, it behoves persons that have sense to solicit from the gods. But more especially now that we are in quest of the knowledge of themselves (so far as such knowledge is attainable by man), do we pray to obtain the same from them with their own consent: inasmuch as there is nothing more important for a man to receive, or more noble for a god to grant, than Truth. 2,931 more words

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