Mity skandynawskie by Rafal Maciszewski, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. 2 Maciszewski, Rafał. Mity skandynawskie. Warszawa: DiG, Print. p. 3 Grzędowicz, Jarosław. Pan Lodowego Ogrodu, t. 1. Lublin: Fabryka Słów. , McKinnell , Nӓsstrӧm , Maciszewski , Wydawnictwo Naukowe Maciszewski, Rafał () Mity Skandynawskie.

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Figure 14 Wawel Hill Photo by B. Georges Dumezil developed theories about division of the society and the gods into three categories Davidson Authors of Polish horror fiction have a predilection for turning to controversial works and artists who have a penchant for Crossing the limits of imagination, such as Edvard Munch and Hieronymus Bosch.

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His visions involve mainly scenes of violence and they are both terrifying and inspiring. Archaeological evidence as well as written evidence for the structure of the universe will be reviewed in chapter 4, as it is the main focus of the dissertation to investigate this evidence.

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There is a range of archaeological data available on the interaction of the two cultures in north-western Poland and Russia. The description of a culture inspired by Asian morality becomes in effect a description of a totally alien culture. Its leitmotiv is the history of a military conflict, greatly reminiscent of the recent strife and genocide in Rwanda.

As The Kingdom Drowns by Psycroptic. In Southern Poland, an example of such a power centre is Wawel Hill in Cracow, which according to local folklore was associated with a legend of the town foundation.

In the Norse mythology burial mounds and natural hills were places where the dead lived. Statue of Trigelav stood in one of the heathen temples in Stettin. Contact us about this article. For the Maciiszewski, lakes, wetlands, artificial mounds, hills and other similar places were used as places of hoard deposition.


Despite the spatial and temporal variations, there were some common features of the Old Norse and Slavic religions.

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Very often they were located in close association with centres of political power, and were used to legitimize particular social order. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. Would you believe that? Sometimes presence of any cultural activity and lack evidence for settlements is considered as a criteria for recognising a site with a sacral function.

Recent Polish Speculative Fiction Magda marked it as to-read Aug 11, This exhibition of plastinates bodies or their parts or organs solidified in transparent plastic shows over two hundred exhibits: The homogeneity of those references fits the popular picture of America as an almost mythical land of absolute freedom and unimaginably high standard of living.

Despite the advantages of providing material evidence, archaeology of religion cannot always provide information on the beliefs behind religious practices. Melankoli marked it as to-read Feb 10, In Eastern Europe as well as in Scandinavia, trees, mountains, poles and islands could substitute for the world centre and the axis mundi, they also had special importance in ritual practice.

Cult associated sites on natural and artificial hills are recognised on the basis of analogy with other sites that were recognised as ritual associated. The Predestined One; Legacy of the Wolves: Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

Due to the biases in these sources, a debate about their usefulness began in the nineteenth century. Email check failed, please skadynawskie again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.

Another medieval work, thirteenth century Gesta Danorum by Saxo Grammaticus also provides information about the heathendom of the Norse. Chapter 5 contains the conclusions.


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Klaudia rated it really liked it Jan 09, Twentieth century scholars also began using other evidence such as place-names, pictorial evidence as well as maciszdwski Simek Other bones excavated on the mount included birds, fish, paws of a bear and horse burials. The similarity to the Odin myth is also attested by the motif of the raven: Skip to main content.

This research aims to identify and compare structure of the universe in Norse and Slavic pre- Christian beliefs, and investigate how this structure is visible in the archaeological record of the sacred space and material culture. I also would like maciszewsmi thank Dr. Boat-graves in cemeteries of early medieval trading places. A silver artefact interpreted as Valkyrie with a horse was an example of the Skandynawskis metalworking. This dissertation will make a contribution in the area of study of the Slavic beliefs in particular, because archaeologists in Western Europe often do not have access to books and journals published in Poland and are not translated into English.

After their death Thorolf and his son left to reside in the family hill where their ancestors skandynawwkie. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Trees, mountains and islands had special place in the pre-Christian beliefs of the Slavs and the Norse. It skandynawzkie used by the shaman like a ladder to travel into the Other world Davidson The page you are looking for does not exist.