Way to deal with THE ROLL OF THE SERPENT IN THE THRACIAN CULTS I MILLENIUM BC. - .


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APPROACH TO THE ROLL OF THE SERPENT IN THE THRACIAN CULTS (I MILLENIUM BC.) -. . Dra. Ana Mª Vázquez Hoys. 2.My research: Snake cult in. Grateful and Precisions .No feminist No difusonist. 1.Ancient mediterranean cults 2.Mesopotamia 3.Egypt 4.Prerroman Iberia/Roman Spain
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Way to deal with THE ROLL OF THE SERPENT IN THE THRACIAN CULTS (I MILLENIUM BC.) - . Dra. Ana Mª Vázquez Hoys

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2.My research: Snake religion in Grateful and Precisions .No women\'s activist No difusonist 1.Ancient mediterranean factions 2.Mesopotamia 3.Egypt 4.Prerroman Iberia/Roman Spain 5.Grecian cliques or imagens

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3.THRACE Importance of European/Thracian territories, beginning of numerous Scrips and religions Gradesnica, Dispilio, VinCa, Sitovo

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4.Thracian religions Mother-Goddess-Serpent - Earth-Paredro-Nenkovo, Bulgaria), Letnitsa treasure

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5.Traditional Theories Oriental source of our mediterranean culture Egyptian symbolic representations ,cuneiform scrip, phoenician letters in order

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6.New Theories: Ancient scripts : Unity from Neolithic Power of people groups of points of confinement: Thrace and Iberia: Huelva Script from Megalithic times Paleolithic signs 4.000-3.000 a.C.

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7. Conceivable inception in Thrace of numerous cliques in connection with Great Neolithic Goddess of richness and everlasting life and its paredroi , relationed with the serpent (Rogozen, Mogilanska) Dionisos-Sabazio,Orpheus-Thracian Horseman

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. 8. Orpheus and Euridyce Dead of Eurídice (1636/37) Erasmus Quellinus Museo del Prado Orfeo in divider painter of Pompeya house : Kadmos and the mythical beast Side B: Pan, bust of Hermes, youthful Satyr

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St. George. 9 OPOSITION BETWEEN DEITIES Earth - Moon Sun

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10. BENDIS Cthonic Goddess: Inmortality Moon Snake

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11. DIONISIO-ZAGREUS Son of Semele and a Snake God/Zeus

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12. Resistance from Neolithic to authentic times serpent<- - > sun Votive alleviation from Galene. It speaks to a Thracian horseman-legend and bears an engraving with his name: "Jason". Dated to the first century B.C. Neolithic snake Goddess

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Reproducción: GUERRERO CRISTIANO 13 . Speculation/Conclusions 1 . Wind imperative autochthonous goddess ? 2. Earthian force of Neolithical Great Goddess ? Fertilty-life and passing 3. Resistance Pre-indoeuropean –Indoeuropean societies images ? The Great and unceasing ennemy ?

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14. Ex Occidente Lux The Phoenicians went toward the West to recuperate the lost market of metales(copper) in the I millenium Riotinto, Rodalquilar, Cástulo, Almadén, Sierra Almagrera The mining abundance of the Iberian Peninsula legitimizes its significance from the Calcolítico 1.000-700 a.C.

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15.FINALLY I trust that the religions to the serpent in Greece and Rome are a pervivencia of the preindeuropeans cliques, of which Thracian was the root. What\'s more, that the significance of these cliques identified with serpents in Thracia and Iberia concurs in showing zones of much riches

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16.HYPOTHESIS FINAL The serpent was in the antiquated world , in meny places, additionally in Thrace , notwithstanding all the this (ripeness, fertility, interminable life in connection with a Great Goddes) one nails riches pointer HERAKLES &Hesperides Garden Alexander & child of serpent Cistophoroi: Coin &serpent: To Nº 1, please And one free and vital god wo remains

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