Development Of Religion And Thought In Ancient Egypt By James Henry Breasted Pdf
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Babi , also Baba ,   in ancient Egyptian religion , was the deification of the hamadryas baboon , one of the animals present in ancient Egypt. His name is usually translated as "bull of the baboons", roughly meaning "chief of the baboons".
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James Henry Breasted
In he became director of the Haskell Oriental Museum at the university, where he continued to concentrate on Egypt. In Breasted was promoted to full professor, and held the first chair in Egyptology and Oriental History in the United States.
In he founded the Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago, a center for interdisciplinary study of ancient civilizations. Breasted was a committed field researcher, and had a productive interest in recording and interpreting ancient writings, especially from sources and structures that he feared may be lost forever. James Henry Breasted was born on August 27, , the son of a small hardware business owner and his wife, in Rockford , Illinois.
His ancestors went back to early colonial Dutch and English, with the family name Van Breestede. He graduated from there in , and attended Chicago Theological Seminary , but transferred to Yale University to study Hebrew. He studied with William Rainey Harper , who had great influence on the teaching of the language. He received a master's degree from Yale in His mentor Harper had just accepted the presidency of the University of Chicago and encouraged Breasted to study at the University of Berlin for his doctorate, and then to join him Chicago.
Breasted studied the Egyptian language under the instruction of Adolf Erman. Erman had just established a new school of Egyptology, concentrating systematically on grammar and lexicography. He was the first American citizen to obtain a PhD in Egyptology. In Breasted married Frances Hart. Hart and her sisters were in Germany at the same time as Breasted, where they were learning the German language and studying music. It was a working vacation, as Breasted had been recruited to build a collection of Egyptian antiquities for the University of Chicago.
Frances Hart Breasted died in Breasted married one of her sisters. Breasted popularized the term " Fertile Crescent " to describe the archaeologically important area including parts of present-day Iraq, Syria, Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine and Israel.
Breasted became an instructor at the University of Chicago in soon after earning his doctorate. Five years later the university agreed to his accepting an invitation from the Prussian Academy of Sciences to work on its Egyptian dictionary project. From to he did fieldwork in Egypt, which established his reputation. He began to publish numerous articles and monographs, as well as his History of Egypt from the Earliest Times Down to the Persian Conquest in In Breasted was appointed director of the Haskell Oriental Museum forerunner of the Oriental Institute , which had opened at the University of Chicago in Though the museum contained works of art from both the Near East and the Far East, Breasted's principal interest was in Egypt.
He began to work on a compilation of all the extant hieroglyphic inscriptions, which was published in as Ancient Records of Egypt , and continues to be an important collection of translated texts. As Peter A. Piccione wrote in the preface to its reprint, it "still contains certain texts and inscriptions that have not been retranslated since that time.
Through the years, as Breasted built up the collection of the Haskell Oriental Museum, he dreamed of establishing a research institute, "a laboratory for the study of the rise and development of civilization", that would trace Western civilization to its roots in the ancient Middle East. He wrote to John D. Rockefeller Jr. He planned a research trip through the Middle East, which he suggested was ready to receive scholars. The University of Chicago contributed additional support and, in May , the Oriental Institute was founded.
Breasted had two key objectives for the field trip: to purchase antiquities for the Oriental Institute and to select sites for future excavation. The research group consisted of Breasted and four of his students or former students : Ludlow Bull, William Edgerton both graduate students in Egyptology ; Daniel Luckenbill professor of Assyriology at the University of Chicago , and William Shelton a former student who was a professor of Semitic languages at Emory University.
As Breasted scouted future archaeological sites and visited antiquities dealers, he came to know many of the British political figures and scholars working in Egypt. Due to Breasted's extensive travels and knowledge of the political situation throughout the Middle East, Lord Allenby, at that time the High Commissioner for Egypt, requested that he inform the British Prime Minister and Earl Curzon about the hostility of the western Arabs to the occupying British forces before returning to the United States.
Breasted's acquisitions were significant for the growth and scope of the collections of the Oriental Institute and the Art Institute of Chicago. One of his best-known purchases was the mummy of Meresamun , a singer in the interior of the Temple of Amun at Karnak. The first excavation conducted by the Oriental Institute was in Egypt at Medinet Habu , one of the sites he had recommended.
Breasted returned to Egypt frequently; between and he supported Howard Carter 's excavation of Tutankhamun's tomb.
He applied his expertise in deciphering seals, and was present during the dismantling of the shrine that contained the King's sarcophagus. He also acted as mediator between Carter and the Egyptian authorities during the dispute that halted the excavation in — On April 25, , Breasted became the first archaeologist to be elected to membership in the National Academy of Sciences.
The honor helped to legitimize the struggling profession of archaeology in American academic circles. He served as the president of the History of Science Society in Breasted died in New York City on December 2, of a streptococcus infection after returning from his last expedition.
While at Chicago, Breasted had a home built near the university. Its carriage house was designed to look like a mastaba. The house is now used as the fraternity house of Phi Gamma Delta. Breasted is buried in Greenwood Cemetery , in Rockford, Illinois. His grave site is marked with a large Aswan granite cube, marked simply with his name and "historian and archaeologist. It is awarded annually to a book in English that covers any period of history prior to AD.
Breasted's book Dawn of Conscience was a major influence on Sigmund Freud , who completed his Moses and Monotheism in London in It has now become a sinister commonplace in the life of the post-war generation that man has never had any hesitation in applying his increasing mechanical power to the destruction of his own kind. The World War has now demonstrated the appalling possibilities of man's mechanical power of destruction.
The only force that can successfully oppose it is the human conscience — something which the younger generation is accustomed to regard as a fixed group of outworn scruples. Everyone knows that man's amazing mechanical power is the product of a long evolution, but it is not commonly realized that this is also true of the social force which we call conscience — although with this important difference: as the oldest known implement-making creature man has been fashioning destructive weapons for possibly a million years, whereas conscience emerged as a social force less than five thousand years ago.
One development has far outrun the other; because one is old, while the other has hardly begun and still has infinite possibilities before it. May we not consciously set our hands to the task of further developing this new-born conscience until it becomes a manifestation of good will, strong enough to throttle the surviving savage in us? That task should surely be far less difficult than the one our savage ancestors actually achieved: the creation of a conscience in a world where, in the beginning, none existed.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American archaeologist, egyptologist and historian. Rockford, Illinois. New York City. Archaeology Egyptology. If one were asked to name a scholar who, above all others, stimulated the development of ancient historical studies in the United States during the earlier part of the twentieth century, that honor would have to fall to the colossal figure of James Henry Breasted. Journal of the American Oriental Society.
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Goodspeed, who taught at Chicago with Breasted, antedated him in the conception of a 'crescent' of civilization. Breasted, Pioneer to the Past, p. Letters from James Henry Breasted to his family. August July PDF. Chicago: University of Chicago. Retrieved Howard Carter and the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun. Barzan, Manchester. Breasted Dies". The New York Times. December 3, Assisted at Tut-ankh-Amen Tomb.
Discovered the Site of Armageddon. The following signed statement regarding Dr. Breasted's death was issued by his doctors: "Dr. James Henry Breasted died this morning at the Harkness Breasted, Historian, Dies". United Press International. Archived from the original on Ascari and A. Corrado Amsterdam and New York, Rodopi, , pp. American Historical Association. Retrieved November 14,
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Development of Religion and Thought in Ancient Egypt - Ebook
In he became director of the Haskell Oriental Museum at the university, where he continued to concentrate on Egypt. In Breasted was promoted to full professor, and held the first chair in Egyptology and Oriental History in the United States. In he founded the Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago, a center for interdisciplinary study of ancient civilizations.
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