5 – About Prof. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis’ Entries to Encyclopedias

Entries to Encyclopedias 

https://megalommatiscomments.wordpress.com/about-prof-muhammad-shamsaddin-megalommatis-entries-of-encyclopedias/

(1985 -1992, Greece / in Greek)

1. Great General Encyclopedia Hydria (published by Etaireia Ellinikon Ekdoseon / Greek Publications Co) – Μεγάλη Γενική Εγκυκλοπαίδεια Υδρία (Εταιρεία Ελληνικών Εκδόσεων)

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1. The Iran – Iraq War (ca. 19550 words)

The entire entry is available online:

https://vk.com/album429864789_247453474 and

https://profmegalommatistextsingreek.wordpress.com/%CF%80%CE%B5%CF%81%CF%83%CE%BF%CF%8A%CF%81%CE%B1%CE%BA%CE%B9%CE%BD%CF%8C%CF%82-%CF%80%CF%8C%CE%BB%CE%B5%CE%BC%CE%BF%CF%82-%CE%BC%CE%B5%CE%B3%CE%AC%CE%BB%CE%B7-%CE%B3%CE%B5%CE%BD%CE%B9%CE%BA%CE%AE/

2. Cuneiform Writing Systems (ca. 8750 words)

3. Taq-e Bostan (ca. 1000 words)

4. Tandamane (Tantamani / TanutAmun) (ca. 750 words)

5. Tadeos Vank / Karaklisa (St Thaddeus Monastery) (ca. 550 words)

6. Mummification (in Ancient Egypt) (ca. 450 words)

7. Tartus (ca. 300 words)

8. Tashkurgan (ca. 350 words)

9. Tabriz (ca. 1550 words)

10. Tauroctonus (bull killing) god (ca. 1950 words)

11. Taharqa (ca. 2100 words)

12. Takht-I Sulayman (Takht-i Soleiman) (ca. 2050 words)

13. Takht-e Tawus (ca. 950 words)

14. Tiglath-pileser I (ca. 1950 words)

15. Tiglath-pileser II (ca. 900 words)

16. Tiglath-pileser III (ca. 3850 words)

17. Teuman of Elam (ca. 400 words)

18. Tefnakht (ca. 500 words)

19. Cizre (Djaziret Ibn Omar) (ca. 750 words)

20. Jihad (Islamic Holy War) (ca. 1300 words)

21. Julfa (ca. 200 words)

22. Julfa Esfahan (New Julfa) (ca. 400 words)

23. Tigranes (ca. 1200 words)

24. Tuthmosis IV (ca. 1300 words)

25. Tukulti Ninurta I (ca. 1600 words)

26. Tukulti Ninurta II (ca. 750 words)

27. Tutanchamun (ca. 2400 words)

28. Chogha Zanbil (ca. 700 words)

29. Yemen (ca. 3400 words)

30. Phoenician Alphabet and Writing System (ca. 2250 words)

31. Fahrigah (ca. 600 words)

32. Phraates I

33. Phraates II

34. Phraates III

35. Phraates IV

36. Phraates V (all five entries totaling ca. 2650 words)

37. Peoples and ethnic groups in the Middle East (ca. 11000 words)

38. Hakkari (ca. 2550 words)

39. Kalhu (Nimrud) (ca. 2050 words)

40. Chaldaeans (the Ancient Aramaeans of Southern Mesopotamia) (ca. 6750 words)

41. Hamedan (Ecbatana) (ca. 1250 words)

42. Hamitic – Semitic Peoples, Languages and Writing Systems (Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic, Hieratic and Demotic) (ca. 5350 words)

43. Hammurapi. Diplomacy and international relations at the times of Hammurapi in the light of Mari texts (ca. 1550 words)

44. Canaan (ca. 17600 words)

45. (Tell) Hadidi (ca. 450 words)

46. Hadhramawt (ca. 1150 words)

47. Kharg (island) (ca. 2350 words)

48. Harran (Carrhae) (ca. 1750 words)

49. Hassan ibn Ali (Second Imam of Islam) (ca. 1650 words)

50. Hasanlu (ca. 1250 words)

51. Hassuna (ca. 400 words)

52. Hatra (ca. 850 words)

53. Hatshepsut (ca. 2400 words)

54. Haftevan (ca. 1250 words)

55. (Al) Khidr (ca. 700 words)

56. Kheops (ca. 1600 words)

57. Khafra (Chephren) (ca. 1500 words)

58. Chthonic beliefs, cults and religions in the Middle East (ca. 3650 words)

59. Hezbollah (ca. 3550 words)

60. Hittite Country, State, Nation, History, Culture (ca. 7950 words)

61. Khomeini (Ayatullah) (ca. 4800 words)

62. Homs (Hims – Emessa) (ca. 250 words)

63. Khonsu (ca. 250 words)

64. Hor (ca. 150 words)

65. Khorramabad (ca. 200 words)

66. Khorramshahr (ca. 150 words)

67. Horakhty (ca. 300 words)

68. Horemheb (ca. 700 words)

69. Horihor (ca. 400 words)

70. Hormozgan (ca. 150 words)

71. Hornedjeritef (ca. 150 words)

72. Khorsabad (Dur Sharrukin) (ca. 3650 words)

73. Hosap (Hoshap) (ca. 100 words)

74. Khosravi (ca. 100 words)

75. Khusraw (Chosroes) I (ca. 2400 words)

76. Khusraw (Chosroes) II (ca. 1800 words)

77. Khusraw (Chosroes) III (ca. 200 words)

78. Khusraw (Chosroes) IV (ca. 50 words)

79. Khoy (ca. 400 words)

80. (Tell) Chuera (Huera) (ca. 550 words)

81. Khuzestan (ca. 800 words)

82. Huzziya, King of the Hittites (ca. 150 words)

83. Huzirina (ca. 300 words)

84. Humut Tabal (ca. 50 words)

85. Humbaba (ca. 500 words)

86. Humban (ca. 400 words)

87. Humban Nikash (ca. 150 words)

88. Khuz (ca. 50 words)

89. Khadju (Pol-e) (ca. 150 words)

90. Hajiabad (ca. 1600 words)

91. Humban Nimena (ca. 350 words)

92. Humban Numena (ca. 150 words)

93. Humban Haltash I

94. Humban Haltash II

95. Humban Haltash III (all three entries totaling ca. 700 words)

96. Hubur (ca. 250 words)

97. Hubushkia (ca. 800 words)

98. Hubrushi (Hubrushkhi) (ca. 250 words)

99. Hudadum (ca. 150 words)

100. Hundur (ca. 150 words)

101. Hupishna (ca. 100 words)

102. Hourin Seikhan (ca. 250 words)

103. Khor Abdullah (ca. 100 words)

104. Hurrians (ca. 300 words)

105. Hurri Country, State, Nation, History, Culture, Religion, Literature (ca. 6000 words)

106. Husayn ibn Ali (Third Imam of Islam) (ca. 2750 words)

107. Huteludush Inshushinak (ca. 400 words)

108. Hutran (ca. 150 words)

109. Huhnur (ca. 100 words)

110. Hrozny (ca. 350 words)

111. Mithras – Cronos, God of the Time (ca. 800 words)

112. Psathis (ca. 350 words)

113. Psammecherites (ca. 50 words)

114. Psammetichus (Psamtik) I

115. Psammetichus (Psamtik) II

116. Psammetichus (Psamtik) III

117. Psammetichus (Psamtik) IV

118. Psammetichus (Psamtik) V

119. Psammetichus (Psamtik) VI

120. Greek presence in Egypt at the times of the Psammetichus (Libyan) dynasty (all seven entries totaling ca. 7750 words)

121. Psammouthis (ca. 200 words)

122. Psammyntos (ca. 150 words)

123. Psammonos (ca. 100 words)

124. Psannis (ca. 50 words)

125. Pselchis (ca. 450 words)

126. Psenako (ca. 50 words)

127. Pseneros (ca. 50 words)

128. Psenosiris (ca. 100 words)

129. Psentios (ca. 50 words)

130. Psenyris (ca. 100 words)

131. Psenophis (ca. 50 words)

132. Psiltoukis (ca. 300 words)

133. Psilos (ca. 50 words)

134. Pseydopylae (Pseudopylai) (ca. 200 words)

135. Psimatha (ca. 50 words)

136. Psinaula (ca. 100 words)

137. Psinachis (ca. 200 words)

138. Psinectabis (ca. 50 words)

139. Psinaphthos (ca. 50 words)

140. Psounennes (Psusennes) I

141. Psounennes (Psusennes) II (both entries totaling ca. 600 words)

142. Psychostasis (psychostasia) (ca. 1150 words)

143. Psoes (ca. 150 words)

144. Psonis (ca. 100 words)

145. Psohemmis (ca. 50 words)

146. Oamoutha (ca. 200 words)

147. Oannes (ca. 750 words)

148. Obarenes (ca. 50 words)

149. Ogyris (ca. 200 words)

150. Odapsos (ca. 400 words)

151. Oeiniates (ca. 150 words)

152. Oebarsios (ca. 50 words)

153. Ocean (Apsu – according to the Ancient Mesopotamian beliefs) (ca. 1500 words)

154. Oxiana (Oxeiana) (ca. 100 words)

155. Oxeian (lake) (ca. 150 words)

156. Oxeian (mountains) (ca. 100 words)

157. Oxus (ca. 1200 words)

158. Oxus fortress (ca. 450 words)

159. Opiai (ca. 200 words)

160. Opiane (ca. 100 words)

161. Opis (Upi) (ca. 800 words)

162. Horapollo (ca. 3350 words)

163. Oreitai (ancient nation) (ca. 100 words)

164. Maiden’s castle (Kastro tis Orias) (ca. 900 words)

165. Horus

166. Horus in the Isiac mysteries of the Late Antiquity (both entries totaling ca. 3050 words)

167. Orykia (ca. 50 words)

168. Hoshea, king of Israel (ca. 1250 words)

169. Hosea (Prophet) (ca. 1600 words)

170. Ostanes (ca. 2950 words)

171. Opthis (ca. 50 words)

172. Ochus (ca. 600 words)

173. Djoser (Deseret it, Pharaoh) (ca. 1450 words)

174. Omanes (ca. 50 words)

175. Omanos (ca. 150 words)

176. Profiles of all the countries of the world (the entries constituted the entire Supplement of the encyclopedia)

Note

The entries are published in the vols. 49 – 55 of the encyclopedia, as well as in the supplement. The text totals ca. 240000 words.

Available for purchase:

http://bibliognosia.gr/%CF%80%CF%81%CE%BF%CF%8A%CF%8C%CE%BD/%CE%B5%CE%B3%CE%BA%CF%85%CE%BA%CE%BB%CE%BF%CF%80%CE%B1%CE%AF%CE%B4%CE%B5%CE%B9%CE%B1-%CF%85%CE%B4%CF%81%CE%AF%CE%B1/

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2. Greek Pedagogical Encyclopedia, Ekdotike Athenon S.A. / World Biographical Lexicon (Ελληνική Εκπαιδευτική Εγκυκλοπαίδεια, Εκδοτική Αθηνών / Παγκόσμιο Βιογραφικό Λεξικό)

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1. Nabonides

2. Nabopolassar

3. Nebukadnezzar I

4. Nebukadnezzar II

5. Nectanebo I

6. Nectanebo II

7. Necho I

8. Necho II

9. Nefertiti

10. Xerxes

11. Ramses I

12. Ramses II

13. Ramses III

14. Rawlisnon, Sir Henry Creswick

15. Shalmaneser I

16. Shalmaneser III

17. Shalmaneser IV

18. Shalmaneser V

19. Champollion Jean Francois

20. ShamshiAdad I

21. ShamshiAdad V

22. Shapur I

23. Shapur II

24. Shapur III

25. Sargon (Sharrukin) of Akkad

26. Sargon (Sharrukin) of Assyria

27. Sassanid dynasty

28. Semiramis (Shammuramat)

29. Sennacherib

30. Sheshonq I

31. Sesostris I

32. Sesostris II

33. Sesostris III

34. Seti I

35. Tiglath-pileser I

36. Tiglath-pileser III

37. Jelaleddin Rumi

38. Tiridates I

39. Tiridates III (the Great)

40. Tigranes I

41. Tutanchamun

42. Tuthmosis I

43. Tuthmosis III

44. Ferdowsi

45. Hammurapi

46. Chosroes (Khusraw) I

47. Chosroes (Khusraw) II

48. Khomeini

49. Psammetichus (Psamtik) I

50. Psammetichus (Psamtik) II

Note

The text of all the aforementioned entries totals 87 columns (4 columns per page / pictures not included); the entries were published in the vols. 7, 9 and 10 of the Lexicon.

Sample of an entry’s initial part:

http://www.greekencyclopedia.com/tzalal-ent-ntin-al-roymi-mevlana-1207-1258-p5489.html

Available for purchase:

http://www.greekencyclopedia.com/pagkosmio-viografiko-lexiko-c1.html

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3. Greek Pedagogical Encyclopedia, Ekdotike Athenon S.A. / World Mythology (Ελληνική Εκπαιδευτική Εγκυκλοπαίδεια, Εκδοτική Αθηνών / Παγκόσμια Μυθολογία)

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1. Aglibol

2. Adramelek

3. Attar

4. Aker

5. Aqhat

6. Amentet

7. Ammit

8. Ammia

9. Amun

10. Anath

11. Anahita

12. Anu

13. Anubis

14. Anukis

15. Anshar

16. Adad

17. Adapa

18. Anhur

19. Apis

20. Appu

21. Apophis

22. Aray

23. Arinna

24. Aruru

25. Arpocrates (Harpocrates)

26. Asherah

27. Ashertu

28. Assur (Ashur)

29. Astarte

30. Astoreth

31. Asch

32. Atargatis

33. Aton (Aten)

34. Atum

35. Atrahasis

36. Attis

37. Apsu

38. Baal

39. Bethel (Baitylos)

40. Verathragna

41. Belos

42. Bousiris

43. Jamm

44. Yarhibol

45. Gad

46. Gatumdu

47. Geb

48. Geshtinanna

49. Gilgamesh

50. Gibil

51. Gishgida

52. Gula

53. Gurparanzah

54. Gordios

55. Gyges

56. Dagan

57. Ea

58. El

59. Elagabal

60. Elyon

61. Elkunirsa

62. Ellel

63. Enki

64. Enkidu

65. Enlil

66. Ereshkigal

67. Hermes Trismegistus

68. Erra

69. Eshmun

70. Etana

71. Zervan

72. Ziusudra

73. Zu

74. Thot

75. Iatpan

76. Hiarbas

77. Iah

78. Igigi

79. Il

80. Illuyankas

81. Ils

82. Imhotep

83. Imdugud

84. Inaras

85. Inshushinak

86. Ipet

87. Is’af wa Na’ila

88. Ishkur

89. Ishum

90. Istanu

91. Ishtar

92. Ka

93. Kashku

94. Kematef

95. Keret

96. Keshi

97. Ki

98. Kingu

99. Kothar

100. Red Apple Tree (Kokkini Milia)

101. Kumarbi

102. Kubaba

103. Lamassu

104. Lamashtu

105. Lahmu

106. Lelwani

107. Lilith

108. Lotan

109. Lugalbanda

110. Ma

111. Mat

112. Malak-bel

113. Mandah

114. Manu

115. Marduk

116. Mafedet

117. Me

118. Melqart

119. Meret

120. Midas

121. Mithra (Mehr)

122. Milkom

123. Min

124. Moloh

125. Montu (Montju)

126. Mot

127. Mut

128. Mopsos (Mopsh)

129. Baba

130. Bastet

131. Bata

132. Ba

133. Behedeti

134. Nabonassar

135. Nabonides

136. Nebuchadnezzar

137. Nammu

138. Nabu

139. Namtar

140. Nana

141. Nanna

142. Nanshe

143. Shipwrecked (the narration of the)

144. Neith

145. Neper

146. Nergal

147. Nefertem

148. Nephthys

149. Nehemet-awai

150. Nehebkau

151. Ninazu

152. Ningirsu

153. Nin-gizzida

154. Ninlil

155. Ninos

156. Ninurta

157. Ninyas

158. Ninhursanga

159. Nitocris

160. Nusku

161. Nut

162. Dakdadra

163. Damgalnunna

164. Dilmun

165. Dushar

166. Ogdoad (Hermupolitan Dogma)

167. Orotal

168. Wadem

169. Warfaw

170. Uzzayan

171. Al Uzza

172. Ullikummi

173. Upelluri

174. Upuaut (Wepwawet)

175. Uraeus

176. Uroboros

177. Ursanabi

178. Ut Napishtim

179. Utu

180. Utukku

181. Pazuzu

182. Pinenkir

183. Ra

184. Renenutet

185. Reshep

186. Sabazios

187. Sai

188. Shamash

189. Sadrapa

190. Saushka

191. Sarapis

192. Sardanapalus

193. Satet

194. Sakhmet

195. Sindbad (Sevah the Sailor)

196. Selket

197. Semiramis

198. Sebettu

199. Sesemtet

200. Sekhet

201. Seth (Set, Sutekh)

202. Siwini

203. Simigi

204. Sin

205. Sinuhe

206. Sokar

207. Sobek

208. Sopdu

209. Shu

210. Sphinx

211. Sothis

212. Taalab

213. Tammuz

214. Tarhunna

215. Tasmisu (Tashmishu)

216. Telepinu

217. Tesheba

218. Teshub

219. Tefnut

220. Djed

221. Tiamat

222. Tanit

223. Hyagnis

224. Ptah (Phtha)

225. Phoenix

226. Ha

227. Hallara

228. Haldish

229. Hantasepa

230. Hantitashu

231. Hapi

232. Harishtashi

233. Haroeris

234. Kharg

235. Hashamili

236. Heket

237. Hebat

238. Hedammu

239. Herisef

240. Herti

241. Heshui

242. Hilashi

243. Hingallu

244. Khnum

245. Hokem

246. Khonsu

247. Khontamenti

248. Horakhty

249. Horon

250. Humut Tabal

251. Humbaba

252. Humban

253. Hubur

254. Huwashana

255. Hutellura

256. Hutran

257. Oamutha

258. Oannes

259. Osiris

260. Horus

Note

The text of all the aforementioned entries totals 159 columns (4 columns per page / pictures not included).

Available for purchase:

http://www.ekdotikeathenon.gr/book.asp?pid=146&lng=1

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4. Greek Pedagogical Encyclopedia, Ekdotike Athenon S.A. / World History (Ελληνική Εκπαιδευτική Εγκυκλοπαίδεια, Εκδοτική Αθηνών / Παγκόσμια Ιστορία)

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1. Akkad (ca. 1500 words)

2. Algeria (ca. 3000 words)

3. Abyssinia (ca. 6000 words)

4. Aramaeans (ca. 5700 words)

5. Anatolia (ca. 100 words / re-directing to other entries)

6. Arabia (pre-Islamic) (ca. 2500 words)

7. Assyria (ca. 7300 words)

8. Afghanistan (ca. 1800 words)

9. Babylonia (ca. 3100 words)

10. Elam (ca. 5.300 words)

11. Egypt (ca. 13500 words)

12. Islamic Caliphates (ca. 6900 words)

13. Ancient Hebrews (ca. 14500 words)

14. United Arab Emirates (ca. 400 words)

15. India (up to the establishment of Islamic dynasties and states) (ca. 10900 words)

16. Jordan (ca. 3400 words)

17. Iraq (ca. 3000 words)

18. Iran (ca. 15000 words)

19. Spain (Islamic dynasties and rulers) (ca. 2700 words)

20. Israel (ca. 1900 words)

21. Cappadocia (ca. 900 words)

22. Caria (ca. 700 words)

23. Qatar (ca. 400 words)

24. Caucasus region (involving Ancient Albania, Georgia, Armenia, the Christian, Islamic and Modern states) (ca. 8000 words)

25. Cimmerians (ca. 1200 words)

26. Kuwait (ca. 600 words)

27. Kurds (ca. 3100 words)

28. Commagene (ca. 700 words)

29. Lydia (ca. 1000 words)

30. Lycia (ca. 700 words)

31. Bahrain (ca. 300 words)

32. Medes and other ancient nations and cultures of the Zagros region (ca. 2000 words)

33. Mesopotamia (ca. 300 words / re-directing to other entries)

34. Incas and other pre-Colombian nations and cultures of South America (ca. 1500 words)

35. Yemen (ca. 3000 words)

36. Canaan (ca. 3000 words)

37. Hurrians (ca. 3000 words)

38. Hatti, Hittites, Luwians and other ancient nations and cultures of Anatolia (ca. 6500 words)

Note

The entries were published in both vols. of the encyclopedia’s thematic section World History. The texts total ca. 146000 words.

Available for purchase:

http://www.ekdotikeathenon.gr/book.asp?pid=144&lng=1

http://www.ekdotikeathenon.gr/book.asp?pid=145&lng=1

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5. Greek Pedagogical Encyclopedia, Ekdotike Athenon S.A. / World Religions (Ελληνική Εκπαιδευτική Εγκυκλοπαίδεια, Εκδοτική Αθηνών / Θρησκείες)

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1. Ancient Egyptian religion (ca. 6000 words)

Available for purchase:

http://www.ekdotikeathenon.gr/book.asp?pid=148&lng=1

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The present list of entries to encyclopedias is herewith available in attachment.

5 Entries to Encyclopedias

 

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