Hidden Futures: Death and Immortality in Ancient Egypt, Anatolia, the Classical, Biblical and Arabic-Islamic World

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INTRODUCTION
Jan Maarten Bremer, Theo van den Hout, Rudolph Peters
7

General
"GOING OUT INTO THE DAY". ANCIENT EGYPTIAN BELIEFS AND PRACTICES CONCERNING DEATH AND IMMORTALITY
Henk Milde
15
DEATH AS A PRIVILEGE. THE HITTITE ROYAL FUNERARY RITUAL
Theo P. J. van den Hout
37
DEATH AND THE AFTER-LIFE IN THE HEBREW BIBLE OF ANCIENT ISRAEL
Nico van Uchelen
77
THE SOUL, DEATH AND THE AFTERLIFE IN EARLY AND CLASSICAL GREECE
Jan N. Bremmer
91

Literary
DEATH AND IMMORTALITY IN SOME GREEK POEMS
Jan Maarten Bremer
109
HECTOR'S DEATH AND AUGUSTAN POLITICS
Hans Smolenaars
125
"DEATH, THE ELUSIVE THIEF": THE CLASSICAL ARABIC ELEGY
Pieter Smoor
151
HEBREW ANDALUSIAN ELEGIES AND THE ARABIC LITERARY TRADITION
Arie Schippers
177

Philosophical
DEATH AND IMMORTALITY IN GREEK PHILOSOPHY. FROM THE PRESOCRATICS TO THE HELLENISTIC ERA
Bartel Poortman
197

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