The Unicorn: A Mythological Investigation 1881

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2004 - Social Science - 112 pages
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1881. This brochure is intended to be contribution to the science of psychology and contends that for the study of man to be successful his earlier, simpler phases must be considered. The author uses the history of the Lion and the Unicorn to exhibit one aspect of the ideas of Time and Cosmic Order as shown in the most obvious divisions of period, Day and Night. Contents: Heraldic Unicorn; Opinions respecting the Terrestrial Existence of the Unicorn; Unicorn in Archaic Art; Deus Lunus; The Lunar Phases; Hekate; Medousa the Gorgo; Ino and Melikertes: Three legged Ass of the Bundahis; Aspects of the Moon; Contest between the Lion and the Leopard; The Lion and the Unicorn. Illustrated.

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