By Christine Walde, Ueli Dill
Contributions by means of revered ecu and American students from the sector of classical and non secular reviews are accumulated during this quantity. it's a consultant number of modern learn on myths, the kinds they could take, and their transformation in quite a few environments and a long time.
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Ferenc Samu/Søren Toft/Balázs Kiss, “Factors Influencing Cannibalism in the Wolf Spider Pardosa agrestis (Araneae, Lycosidae)”, Behavioral Ecolog y and Sociobiolog y 45 (1999) 349–354. Scarborough (1979). – John Scarborough, “Nicander’s Toxicolog y. II: Spiders, Scorpions, Insects and Myriapods”, Pharmacy in History 21 (1979) 3–34. Scheid/Svenbro (1996). – John Scheid/Jesper Svenbro, The Craft of Zeus, Eng. trans. by Carol Volk (Cambridge, Mass. 1996; Le métier du Zeus: Mythe du tissage et du tissu dans le monde gréco-romaine, Paris 1994).
20 Sarah Iles Johnston Envisioning our story of Arachne and Phalanx as one descendent, one particular “concatenation”, of a cluster of categories – weaving, warfare, sexuality – from which are also descended the Arrhephoria, the Panathenaia, the myth of Cecrops’ daughters, the ephebes’ oath at the shrine of Aglauros, and the claim that Pandrosus and Aglauros were the first wool-workers, frees us from worrying about how each descendent might have been formally related to the others. That is, it frees us from such concerns as whether (and how) a particular story was attached to a particular ritual; on what other (non-ritualized) occasions the story might have been conveyed; how that story was related to similar stories; or how a ritual for which we have no aitiological myth might otherwise have been justified61.
Nat. deor. ): And so, don’t you see how a scientific sense has been pulled from the good and useful study of physics, as it has been discovered, over to fabricated and fictitious gods? And this gave birth to false opinions and confused errors and superstitions that are nearly old wive’s tales. For we know the appearance of the gods and their ages, dress, and accoutrements, and moreover their lineages, marriages, and familial relations, and all of it is transferred into an image of human weakness.
Antike Mythen: Medien, Transformationen und Konstruktionen by Christine Walde, Ueli Dill