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For more on dragon symbolism please refer to our symbolism section. The symbol of the Emperor has been a dragon since the Han dynasty. The throne faces south and is considered the very center of the civilized world. The number of claws of the dragon's feet is important. The five clawed dragon is reserved for the Emperor and his sons; anyone else found with a depiction of a five clawed dragon could be executed.

Princes of the third and fourth rank were allowed four clawed dragons, three claws or less were reserved for the officials at court. The Qilin is a mythical creature just like the Dragon and Phoenix. A stone qilin often guards a tomb, sometimes as one of the creatures along a Sacred Way.

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The best known example is on the Spirit Way to the Ming tombs in Beijing. A qilin is the representative of all animals bearing fur horses; cows; goats; deer etc. It is one of the four sacred animals with the dragon , turtle and phoenix. The similarity to the Western unicorn is mainly due to its association with gentleness, virtue and benevolence.

One tradition has a qilin bringing a piece a jade to the mother of Confucius. Its walk is so gentle that its hooves do not crush the grass and it can walk on water. The appearance of a qilin is considered a very auspicious omen; and so it is said to have appeared during the reign of the Yellow Emperor Huangdi and the birth of Confucius. They are solitary animals.

It became associated with a talented young son. The Qilin is often used as a symbol in paintings and ceramics with the hidden meaning to wish that a young man will produce sons. The history of the ancient Chinese mythological creature goes back at least 4, years. Like the Qilin it is considered a creature signifying the just rule of the Emperor. The phoenix appears at auspicious times, and is associated with sun , south, justice, obedience and loyalty.

It is a peaceful creature accompanied by small birds.

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It is associated with the sun and summer. The phoenix represents the class of all birds. Early Zhou and Shang representations make it more like a bird of prey with a curved beak; in later centuries it became to look like a pheasant which is native to China. Fenghuangfu in Anhui is the place credited with its last sighting, where it scratched at the grave of Ming Emperor Hongwu 's father, giving him legitimacy to rule.

In later centuries the Empress became associated with the phoenix. As the dragon represents the Emperor , the dragon and phoenix together stand for Emperor and Empress. Just as the moon waxes and wanes, this book will unfurl and deepen your connection to the internal rhythm within your body.

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On seventeen separate occasions, the Hebrew Bible describes Yahweh as hateful.

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But an ascription of hate extends to more ancient Near Eastern deities than Yahweh. Canaanite texts from Ugarit and Akkadian documents also characterize their gods as hateful. Methodologically, Divine and Human Hate is a lexical study of Hebrew, Ugaritic, and Akkadian lexemes for hate originating in divine figures. But since the ancients expressed divine emotion with terms from their own experiences, human hate receives attention as well.

Divine and Human Hate is also a contextual analysis of divine and human hate in biblical Hebrew, Ugaritic, and Akkadian. Title : Charpin, D. Keywords : Amarna correspondence - discovery - Akhenaton - origins of diplomacy - Ancient Near East - Syria - Turkey - Iraq - alliances - third to first millennium - 3rd to 1st millennium BC - synthesis - diplomatic exchanges - oaths - kings - true treaties - generations - population - sustainability of alliances - personal commitment - writing - binding agreements - - law - religion - birth of the state - Bible.

Title : de Falco, D. J, Manzo, A. Zazzaro, Diana J. The Red Sea and the Gulf are similar geographically and environmentally, and complementary to each other, as well as being competitors in their economic and cultural interactions with the Mediterranean and the Indian Ocean. The chapters of the volume are grouped in three sections, corresponding to the various historical periods. Each chapter of the book offers the reader the opportunity to travel across the regions of the Red Sea and the Gulf, and from the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean from prehistory to the contemporary era.

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Pedersen, Jacke S. Phillips, Patrice Pomey, Joanna K. Title : Bloch, Y. The monograph includes translations of over Late Babylonian economic, legal, and administrative documents.