The author presents some of the "goddesses" holding snakes from Minoan prehistoric art and employs past and recent scholarly research— conducted in a variety of different areas (archaeology, ethnography, psychology and history)— as the basis of her discussion on the Bronze Age symbolism. She views the educational use and representation of these connection between female world and snake today as stemming from different cultural agendas.

Simbolismo artistico minoico: dee, donne, serpenti

Giallongo Angela
2020-01-01

Abstract

The author presents some of the "goddesses" holding snakes from Minoan prehistoric art and employs past and recent scholarly research— conducted in a variety of different areas (archaeology, ethnography, psychology and history)— as the basis of her discussion on the Bronze Age symbolism. She views the educational use and representation of these connection between female world and snake today as stemming from different cultural agendas.
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