Python: A Study of Delphic Myth and Its Origins

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University of California Press, 1959 - Social Science - 616 pages
A study of Delphic myths and their origins.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Apollo and the Dragon
13
Kyknos and Other Bad Characters
28
Python and His Derivatives
46
Zeus and Typhon
70
Typhon and Python
77
Dragoness and Lamia
94
God and the Dragon in
121
The Corycian Cave
406
The Rituals
434
Conclusion
465
charon and the steersman of argo
477
judith and holofernes
488
st george and the dragon
515
the combat in germanic myth and legend
521
dragons and springs
545

God and Dragon in Mesopotamia
146
God and Dragon in Egypt
177
Chaos and Cosmos
217
Perseus and Kadmos
274
Herakles
321
Earlier Forms of the Delphic
365
Bibliography
557
A THEMES AND MOTIFS
579
B LOCORUM
594
GENERAL
600
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