Third International Congress for the History of Religions

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    Oxford has good reason to be proud of the success of the congress, which was held there from September 15 to September 18; not only was the general level of the papers high, but the attendance of members—nearly 600—was so large that the Transactions will contain, besides the presidential addresses, some of the more important papers in full, with an abstract of the remainder. The total number of papers was well over 100, hence the need for limitations.

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    Third International Congress for the History of Religions . Nature 78, 552–553 (1908) doi:10.1038/078552a0

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