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The iconology of gender I.
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The iconology of gender I.

Traditions & Historical Perspectives

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Devil has been with mankind through recorded history, but its existence certainly pre-dates those extant works on which we found our knowledge of early man and his beliefs. The origin of the concept of Evil is lost in an antiquity which we have only begun to suspect and hardly fathomed.
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Devil has been with mankind through recorded history, but its existence certainly pre-dates those extant works on which we found our knowledge of early man and his beliefs. The origin of the concept of Evil is lost in an antiquity which we have only begun to suspect and hardly fathomed. Thus, it is necessary to begin, if not at the real beginning, at least at the earliest periods accessible in the histories of Mediterranean peoples in order to trace the provenance of the personification < if the Western idea of Evil in the figures of Pandora, Lilith and Satan.
The personification of Evil - presupposing a degree of sophistication - is encountered in the earliest of human works, both artistic and functional (cave paintings, stele, artifacts, statuary, bowls, and the like). These are external manifestations only, however. There are also more profound crea­tions of man which give evidence of Evil personified. Not the least of these are his religions.

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Raktári kód:
719574
ISBN:
9789634828747
Megjelenés:
2008.
Kötésmód:
ragasztott kartonált
Oldalszám:
286
Méret [mm]:
165 x 235 x 15
Tömeg [g]:
451
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