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The Transformation of Nabataean Religion
Stupková, Miroslava ; Kropáček, Luboš (advisor) ; Prudký, Martin (referee) ; Tichý, Ladislav (referee)
Miroslava Stupková Nabatejské náboženství v proměnách The Transformation of Nabataean Religion Nabataean religion is a kind of synthesis of pre-Islamic Arabian polytheistic tradition merged together with religious aspects of Aramaic population and helenistic religious imagination and ideas of the ancient Middle East. The highest God of Nabateans is Dushara and his female partners were al-'Uzza and Allat. Those Arabien astral deities were worshipped in aniconic way, it means, in shape of standing stones, so called betyls. Some characters and functions of Greek Gods were attributed to the nabataean deities during the reign of various Nabataean kings.

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