Haoma and harmaline: the botanical identity of the Indo-Iranian sacred hallucinogen "soma" and its legacy in religion, language, and Middle Eastern folklore

Flattery, David Stophlet and Martin Schwartz (1989) Haoma and harmaline: the botanical identity of the Indo-Iranian sacred hallucinogen "soma" and its legacy in religion, language, and Middle Eastern folklore. [Publication]

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Item Type: Publication
Author(s): Flattery, David Stophlet and Martin Schwartz
Author(s) order (without accents): Flattery, David Stophlet and Martin Schwartz
Title order (without accents): Haoma and harmaline the botanical identity of the Indo-Iranian sacred hallucinogen "soma" and its legacy in religion language and Middle Eastern folklore
Type of publication: Book (monograph)
Language: Arabic
Published in: University of California Publications in Near Eastern Studies, 21
Additional info: rev. by Klaus Mylius, IIJ 35, 1992, 45--48
Checked: no
Publisher: University of California Press, Berkeley
ReferenceID: 25348
Depositing User: Unnamed user with email ub-repos@rug.nl
Date Deposited: 07 Jul 2017 12:21
Last Modified: 07 Jul 2017 12:21
URI: http://indianmedicine.eldoc.ub.rug.nl/id/eprint/33634

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