The divine versus the asurian: an interpretation of Indo-European cult and myth
This is a major multidisciplinary study of cult and myth, which embraces archaeology, comparative linguistics and mythology as well as sociological analysis. The Divine Versus the Asurian forms an innovatively complete view of the European past and the subsequent dichotomy that occurred. To the many scholars studying cult and myth, York presents a viable hypothesis in an area of great scholarly dispute. This book serves to sharpen the impetus to investigate European origins and to widen our intellectual horizons.
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The Mother Goddess Duality
GreekRoman Deity Identifications
Classification of Greek Deities
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Aditi Adityas Aesir Agni Ahura Mazda alter ego Anatolia Aphrodite Apollo appears Artemis Ashvins associated asuras asurian asuric Avestan belonging brahmans brother celestial Celtic Chaos chthonian chthonic cognate connection Consequently considered counterpart Cronus cult culture Dagda daughter deity Demeter derivative Dionysus Dioscuri divine duality Dumezil Dyaus earth Enlil epithet father female figure Fomorians further Gaia Germanic Gimbutas goddess gods Greek Grimm Gylf Hephaistos Hera Heracles Hermes Hesiod Hittite hymn hypostasis identified identity Indo-European Indra Iranian Janus Jupiter king Kumarbi Kurgan later Latin Loki Mars mentioned Mithra moon Moreover mother myth mythology Norse Odin original Paus perhaps personification Pokomy Pokorny Poseidon Prometheus Quirinus represent Rigveda role Roman root Sanskrit schol Smertrios Soma suggests Surya terra mater theonyms tradition Tuatha twins underworld Uranus Ushas Vanir Varro L.L. Varuna Vedic Volcanus Vritra weather-god wife worship yasna Zarathushtra Zeus Zoroastrian