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"Homo religiosus" in Mircea Eliade : an anthropological evaluation

Author: John A Saliba
Publisher: Leiden : Brill, 1976.
Series: Dissertationes ad historiam religionum pertinentes, v. 5.; Dissertationes ad historiam religionum pertinentes.
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Named Person: Mircea Eliade; Mircea Eliade; Mircea Eliade; Mircea Eliade
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John A Saliba
ISBN: 9004045503 9789004045507
OCLC Number: 2678387
Description: vi, 210 p. ; 25 cm.
Series Title: Dissertationes ad historiam religionum pertinentes, v. 5.; Dissertationes ad historiam religionum pertinentes.
Responsibility: by John A. Saliba.

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