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Polytheism

The belief in, and consequent worship of, many gods

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Polytheism, the belief in, and consequent worship of, many gods. See the various articles on national religions such as the Assyrian, Babylonian, Hindu, and the ancient religions of Egypt, Greece, and Rome; see also Animism. Fetishism. Totemism. God. Monothelitism and Monothelites. Pantheism. Theism etc.


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