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« Reply #10: December 07, 2009, 08:49:27 am »

"Are the Egyptian gods bound to Egyptian soil?  Or can they be worshiped from any place?  What is the text basis for your idea?"

Just a note, NeferSebek--thanks for quoting, but we really need you to use the quote/reply function (located in the upper right of each post) and leave the long quote code in rather than just putting quotation marks around what you're quoting.  When you use the code that the software generates, it creates the purple box with the link above it that leads back to the post you're quoting (for example, my quote of you in this post).  That link is as important to us as the actual words of the quote, because it makes it so much easier to navigate the thread; we can just click on the link rather than searching back through the thread to see who you're quoting and in what context.  Wink

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