Definition of Divinized
1. divinize [v] - See also: divinize
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Literary usage of Divinized
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sketches and Studies in Southern Europe by John Addington Symonds (1880)
"... and Alexander in his lifetime was voted a thirteenth in the company of the twelve Olympians. The divinized emperors were ..."
2. Mexico in Transition from the Power of Political Romanism to Civil and by William Butler (1892)
"Now let us put by the side of this the amazing and awful designations invented by Romanism to prove her to be " divinized," and as such the object of human ..."
3. The Ethnic Trinities and Their Relations to the Christian Trinity: A Chapter by Levi Leonard Paine (1901)
"According to Darmesteter, the Avestan scholar, Zoroaster was not a real historical man who was afterwards divinized by his later disciples, ..."
4. The Fathers of Jesus: A Study of the Lineage of the Christian Doctrine and by Keningale Cook (1886)
"Thy soul is divinized in the Hall of Seb. Thou art justified for ever and ... Thou art divinized with the souls of the gods, Thy heart is the heart of Ra. ..."
5. Egyptian Literature: Comprising Egyptian Tales, Hymns, Litanies, Invocations by Epiphanius Wilson (1901)
"Thou art divinized with the souls of the gods. ... Thy soul is divinized in Heaven, to make all the transformations it desireth. Thou makest the joy of the ..."
6. Introduction to the History of Religions by Crawford Howell Toy (1913)
"Among the simple clan gods divinized men should be included. In many parts of the world, as is remarked above, chiefs and other great personages are ..."