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According and Manetho
According to Josephus / Manetho, it was during Pygmalion ’ s seventh year that Dido fled from Tyre.
According to legend related by Manetho, the city was founded by the pharaoh Menes around 3000 BC.
According to Manetho, ancient sources suggest the " white walls " ( Ineb-hedj ) were founded by Menes.
According to Manetho, the first royal palace was founded by Hor-Aha, the successor of Narmer, the founder of the 1st dynasty.
* Lamares, Ameres ( According to Manetho )
According to Manetho, he was the throne successor of king Bikheris, but according to archaeological evidences he rather was the successor of king Khafre.
According to the ancient historian Manetho Khafra was followed by king Bikheris, but according to archaeological evidences he was rather followed by king Menkaure.
According to Manetho, Menes reigned for 62 years and was mauled to death by a hippopotamus.
According to Manetho, this latter revolt occurred during the reign of Neferhotep's successor, Sobekhotep IV, though there is no archaeological proof.
* c. 1700-1550 BC: According to Manetho ( via Josephus ' Against Apion ), the Hyksos invade the region
According the Manetho and the Turin King List, he was succeeded by his son Merenre Nemtyemsaf II, who reigned for just over a year.
According to Manetho, the first king was Menes, but archeological findings support the view that the first pharaoh to claim to have united the two lands was Narmer ( the final king of the Protodynastic Period ).
According to Eusebius ' Chronicon, Manetho had suggested that the great age of antiquity in which the later Egyptians boasted had actually preceded the flood, and that they were really descended from Mizraim, who settled there anew.
According to Manetho, the first king of the unified Upper and Lower Egypt was Menes who is now identified with Narmer.
According to Manetho, he became pharaoh at about the age of thirty and ruled until he was about sixty years old.
According to Manetho, he was carried away by a hippopotamus, the embodiment of the deity Seth.
According to Josephus, Manetho described Osarseph as a tyrannical high priest of Osiris at Heliopolis.

According and worship
According to Strmiska and Sigurvinsson ( 2005 ), American Asatruar tend to prefer a more devotional form of worship and a more emotional conception of the Nordic gods than Scandinavian practitioner, reflecting the parallel tendency of highly emotional forms of Christianity prevalent in the United States.
According to Aeschylus in the prologue of the Eumenides, it had origins in prehistoric times and the worship of Gaia.
According to the Books of Kings, Elijah defended the worship of Yahweh over that of the Phoenician god Baal ; he raised the dead, brought fire down from the sky, and was taken up in a whirlwind ( either accompanied by a chariot and horses of flame or riding in it ).
According to the midrash Canticles Rabbah, it was Ezekiel whom the three pious men, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah ( also called Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego in the Bible ) asked for advice as to whether they should resist Nebuchadnezzar's command and choose death by fire rather than worship his idol.
According to Rao, " St. Francis Xavier made it a point not only to convert the people but also destroy the idols and ancient places of worship.
According to Thietmar of Merseburg, Géza continued to worship pagan gods ; a chronicle claims that when he was questioned about this he stated he is rich enough to sacrifice to both the old gods and the new one.
According to the theology of the Deuteronomists the terms of the treaty with Yahweh were that he would preserve both the city and the king in return for their worship and obedience to the law-code.
According to the Five Books of Moses, Abraham is revered as the one who overcame the idol worship of his family and surrounding people by recognizing the Hebrew God and establishing a covenant with him and creating the foundation of what has been called by scholars " Ethical Monotheism ".
According to this view, human society was formerly a matriarchy, with communities being egalitarian, pacifistic and focused on the worship of the Goddess ; such a society was subsequently overthrown by violent patriarchal hordes who worshiped male sky gods and who continued to rule through the form of Christianity.
According to Livy, Tullus neglected the worship of the gods until, towards the end of his reign, he fell ill and became superstitious.
According to Latter Day Saints, in 1832, Joseph Smith, Jr. received a revelation to restore the practice of temple worship, in a " house of the Lord ".
According to this theory, fairies are personified aspects of nature and deified abstract concepts such as ‘ love ’ and ‘ victory ’ in the pantheon of the particular form of animistic nature worship reconstructed as the religion of Ancient Western Europe .< ref >
According to Szasz,the therapeutic state swallows up everything human on the seemingly rational ground that nothing falls outside the province of health and medicine, just as the theological state had swallowed up everything human on the perfectly rational ground that nothing falls outside the province of God and religion .” Faced with the problem of “ madness ,” Western individualism proved to be ill prepared to defend the rights of the individual: modern man has no more right to be a madman than medieval man had a right to be a heretic because if once people agree that they have identified the one true God, or Good, it brings about that they have to guard members and nonmembers of the group from the temptation to worship false gods or goods.
According to Saiva Siddhanta, which was for many centuries the dominant school of Shaiva theology and liturgy across the Indian subcontinent ( and beyond it in Cambodia ), the linga is the ideal substrate in which the worshipper should install and worship the five-faced and ten-armed Sadāśiva, the form of Shiva who is the focal divinity of that school of Shaivism.
According to Mark Miravalle the English word " worship " is equivocal, in that it has been used in Catholic writing, at any rate, to denote both adoration / latria and veneration / dulia, and in some cases even as a synonym for veneration as distinct from adoration:
According to Pausanias, a heroon was dedicated to him for worship by hereditarily assigned priests.
According to the Popol Vuh, the Xibalbans at one point enjoyed the worship of the people on the surface of the Earth, who offered human sacrifice to the gods of death.
According to the historian Socrates of Constantinople, it was introduced into Christian worship by Ignatius of Antioch ( died 107 ) who, in a vision, had seen angels singing in alternating choirs.
According to traditional Hindu astrology, worship or propitiation of Bṛhaspati or Guru ( Jupiter ) results in cure from ailments affecting the stomach and helps ward off sins.
According to the 1979 Act, a monument cannot be a structure which is occupied as a dwelling, used as a place of worship or protected under the Protection of Wrecks Act 1973.
According to the De Dea Syria, the worship was of a phallic character, votaries offering little male figures of wood and bronze.
According to the District Gazetteer Faizabad 1905, " up to this time ( 1855 ), both the Hindus and Muslims used to worship in the same building.
According to Reimarus, what the Old Testament says of the worship of God is little, and that little worthless, while its writers are unacquainted with the second fundamental truth of religion, the immortality of the soul ( see sheol ).
According to Deacon Dr. Mark Miravelle, of Franciscan University of Steubenville, the English word " worship " has been associated with both veneration and adoration:

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