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Pregled bibliografske jedinice broj: 613749

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Autori: Marjanić, Suzana
Naslov: From the Anatolian Bird of Prey Goddess through the Ancient Greek Sirens to the Sea Virgins in Croatian Oral Legends
Izvornik: Cosmos. The Journal of the Traditional Cosmology Society (0269-8773) 28 (2012); 171-198
Vrsta rada: izvorni znanstveni rad
Ključne riječi: siren; mermaid; merman; Croatian oral legends; The Mediterranean Monk Seal; green cultural studies.
Sažetak:
Marija Gimbutas, an archeomythologist, writing about the Sirens, the half-women – half-birds in Greek legends, stresses that, like Harpies, they stem from the Anatolian Vulture Goddess, or other Bird of Prey Goddess. So in the Hellenistic Era as well as later in the Middle Ages – with modifications of Sirens into Women-Fish in Mediaeval times – the Sirens were shown as women with bird feet and wings and figured as a symbol of obsession, nightmares and daydreams. What has remained of Greek iconography in Croatian oral legends is that very acoustic image of Siren-song, while there is a complete absence of the Ancient Greek conception that these were Women-Birds.
Projekt / tema: 189-1890666-0664, 189-0000000-3626
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Etnologija i antropologija
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Google Scholar: From the Anatolian Bird of Prey Goddess through the Ancient Greek Sirens to the Sea Virgins in Croatian Oral Legends
Upisao u CROSBI: smarjanic@ief.hr (smarjanic@ief.hr), 20. Sij. 2013. u 12:41 sati



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