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Cultural History
GLOSSARY
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Subject Index
 

ALPHABETICAL INDEX

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

A

Aegaean
aegis
Ages of Man
allegory
anthropomorphism
Aphrodite
Apollo
archetypes
Ares
Artemis
Ásgarðr
Athena
Atlas
authochthonous
Æsir

B

berserkr
Brigit
Britomartis

C

Celtic Euhemerization chaos
chthonic

cosmogony
cosmology
cultural evolution
culture bearer
cuneiform

D

The Dagda
Da(n)
Demeter
diachronic
Dieing and Reviving God
Diktynna
Dionysos

E

Eleusinian Mysteries
Erinyes
eschatology
ethnocentrism
etiology
Euhemerism

F

Fenrir
Freyja
Freyr
folk etymology
Fomoire
Frigg
Frija
functionalism

G

Gaia
Gauls
Ginnunga Gap
Gorgon

H

Hades
harpies
heiros gamos
Hephaistos
Hél
Hera
Hermes
Hesiod
Hestia
Homer
hypochoristic

I

immanence
Indo-European

J

Jungian

K

kenning
kennt heiti
Kerberos
Kingship in Heaven
Kronos

L

limin
linear A
linear B
Lug

M

Macha
matrifocal
Miðgarðr
Minoan
Morrígna
Mycenaean
mystery religion
myth
Mythopoeic Age

N

nature mythology
Neolithic
Nerthus
new comparativism
Njorðr

O

Orphism
Óðinn

P

Paleolithic
Pandora
parthenogenetic
patrifocal
patristic
Pelasgian
Persephone
Poetic Edda
Poseidon
Prometheus
Prose Edda
psychopompos

Q

R

Ragnarøkr
Rhea

S

shamanism
síde
Sleipnir
Snorri Sturluson

solar mythology
Spartoi
Sucellos
Sumeria
syncretism

T

Themis
Þórr
Thunor
Titans
Tiwaz
Túatha Dé Danann
Twin Goddess
Týr

U

Uranos

V

Válhöllr
válkyrja
Vánir
venus

W

Wodan

X

Y

Yggdrassill
Ymir

Z

Zeus

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SUBJECT INDEX
 
Terms and Theories
Precursors to Myth
Greek Myth
Germanic Myth
Celtic Myth
TERMS AND THEORIES
allegory
anthropomorphism
archetypes
cultural evolution
ethnocentrism

etiology
Euhemerism
functionalism

Indo-European
Jungian
limin
myth
Mythopoeic Age
nature mythology
new comparativism
patristic
solar mythology
PRECURSORS TO MYTH and THE FIRST MYTHS (SUMERIA)

Aegaean
cuneiform
culture bearer
Demeter

Dieing and Reviving God
linear A
linear B
matrifocal
Minoan
Mycenaean

Neolithic
Paleolithic

patrifocal
Persephone
Sumeria
Twin Goddess
GREEK MYTH

aegis
Ages of Man
Aphrodite
Apollo
Ares
Artemis
Atlas
Athena
authochthonous
Britomartis
chaos
cosmogony
cosmology
culture bearer

Da(n)
Demeter
diachronic
Dieing and Reviving God
Diktynna
Dionysos
Eleusinian Mysteries
Erinyes
eschatology
folk etymology
Gaia
Gorgon
Hades
harpies
heiros gamos
Hephaistos
Hera
Hermes
Hesiod
Hestia
Homer
hypochoristic
immanence
Kerberos
Kingship in Heaven
Kronos
Minoan
Mycenaean
mystery religion
Orphism
Pandora
parthenogenetic
Pelasgian
Persephone
Poseidon
Prometheus
psychopompos
Spartoi
syncretism
Themis
Titans
Twin Goddess
Uranos
Zeus
GERMANIC MYTH
Ásgarðr
Æsir
berserkr
Fenrir
Freyja
Freyr
Frigg
Frija
Ginnunga Gap
Hél
kenning
kennt heiti
Miðgarðr
Nerthus
Njorðr
Óðinn
Poetic Edda
Prose Edda
Ragnarøkr
Sleipnir
Snorri Sturluson
Þórr
Thunor
Tiwaz
Týr
Vánir
Válhöllr
válkyrja
Wodan
Yggdrassill
Ymir
CELTIC MYTH
Brigit
Celtic Euhemerization
The Dagda
Fomoire
Gauls
Lug
Macha
Morrígna
síde
Sucellos
Túatha Dé Danann
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