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New Researches on the religion and mythology of the Pagan Slavs

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    SYSNO ASEP0506171
    Druh ASEPM - Kapitola v monografii
    Zařazení RIVC - Kapitola v knize
    NázevSlavic Anthropogony Myths. Body and Corporeality in the Slavic Narratives about the Creation of Man
    Tvůrce(i) Dynda, Jiří (SLU-S)
    Zdroj.dok.New Researches on the religion and mythology of the Pagan Slavs. - Lisieux : Lingva, 2019 / Lajoye P. - ISBN 979-10-94441-46-6
    Rozsah strans. 7-24
    Poč.str.18 s.
    Poč.str.knihy221
    Forma vydáníTištěná - P
    Jazyk dok.eng - angličtina
    Země vyd.FR - Francie
    Klíč. slovaanthropogony ; body ; myth ; corporeality ; syncretism ; apocrypha
    Vědní obor RIVAI - Jazykověda
    Obor OECDSpecific languages
    Institucionální podporaSLU-S - RVO:68378017
    AnotaceThe paper analyzes four narratives attested in chronicles, religious treatises and folk legends that it considers to be possible remnants of Slavic anthropogony myth that has partially survived after the Christianization of Slavs. The conclusion is that even though these narratives were considerably influenced by and syncretized with Christian (apocryphal) tradition, the archaic narrative and motivic core with many common traits with the other Indo-European anthropogony traditions can be positively identified in them. The special focus is laid on the role of human body and corporeality and its connection to the material of earth and the body of deities.
    PracovištěSlovanský ústav
    KontaktDana Pilátová, pilatova@slu.cas.cz, Tel.: 224 800 262
    Rok sběru2020
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