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APPROACH TO THE ROLL OF THE SERPENT IN THE THRACIAN CULTS (I MILLENIUM BC.) -. . Dra. Ana Mª Vázquez Hoys. 2.My research: Snake cult in. Grateful and Precisions .No feminist No difusonist. 1.Ancient mediterranean cults 2.Mesopotamia 3.Egypt 4.Prerroman Iberia/Roman Spain

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approach to the roll of the serpent in the thracian cults i millenium bc

APPROACH TO THE ROLL OF THE SERPENT IN THE THRACIAN CULTS (I MILLENIUM BC.) -

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Dra. Ana Mª Vázquez Hoys

2 my research snake cult in
2.My research: Snake cult in

Grateful and Precisions.No feministNo difusonist

1.Ancient mediterranean cults

2.Mesopotamia

3.Egypt

4.Prerroman Iberia/Roman Spain

5.Grecian cults or imagens

3 thrace
3.THRACE
  • Importance of European/Thracian areas, origin of many
  • Scrips and cults
  • Gradesnica, Dispilio, VinCa, Sitovo
4 thracian cults
4.Thracian cults

Mother-Goddess-Serpent -Earth-Paredro-Nenkovo, Bulgaria), Letnitsa treasure

5 traditional theories
5.Traditional Theories
  • Oriental origin of our mediterranean culture

Egyptian hieroglyphs ,cuneiform scrip, phoenician alphabet

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6.New Theories: Ancient scripts : Unity from NeolithicPower of peoples of limits: Thrace and Iberia:Huelva Script from Megalithic timesPaleolithic signs

4.000-3.000 a.C.

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7. Possible origin in Thrace of many cults in relation with Great Neolithic Goddess of fertility and eternal life and its paredroi , relationed with the serpent(Rogozen, Mogilanska)

  • Dionisos-Sabazio,Orpheus-Thracian Horseman
8 orpheus and euridyce

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8. Orpheus and Euridyce
  • Dead of Eurídice (1636/37)Erasmus QuellinusMuseo del Prado

Orfeo in wall painter of Pompeya house

: Kadmos and the dragonSide B: Pan, bust of Hermes, young Satyr

9 oposition between

St. George.

9 OPOSITION BETWEEN

DEITIES

Earth -Moon Sun

10 bendis
10. BENDIS
  • Cthonic Goddess: Inmortality
  • Moon
  • Snake
11 dionisio zagreus
11. DIONISIO-ZAGREUS
  • Son of Semele and a Snake God/Zeus
12 opposition from neolithic to historical times serpent sun
12. Opposition from Neolithic to historical times serpent<--> sun
  • Votive relief from Galene. It represents a Thracian horseman-hero and bears an inscription with his name: "Jason". Dated to the 1st century B.C.

Neolithic snake Goddess

13 hypothesis conclusions

Reproducción: GUERRERO CRISTIANO

13. Hypothesis/Conclusions
  • 1.Snake important autochthonous goddess ?
  • 2. Earthian power of Neolithical Great Goddess ?

Fertilty-life and death

  • 3. Opposition Pre-indoeuropean –Indoeuropean cultures symbols ?
  • The Great and eternal ennemy ?
14 ex occidente lux
14. Ex Occidente Lux
  • The Phoenicians came to the West to recover the lost market of metales(copper) in the I millenium
  • Riotinto, Rodalquilar,

Cástulo, Almadén, Sierra Almagrera

The mining wealth of the Iberian Peninsula justifies its importance from the Calcolítico

1.000-700 a.C.

15 finally
15.FINALLY
  • I believe that the cults to the serpent in Greece and Rome are a pervivencia of the preindeuropeans cults, of which Thracian was the origin.
  • And that the importance of these cults related to serpents in Thracia and Iberia agrees in indicating zones of much wealth
16 hypothesis final
16.HYPOTHESIS FINAL
  • The serpent was in the ancient world , in meny places, also in Thrace , in addition to all the this (fertility, fecundity, eternal life in relation with a Great Goddes) one nails wealth indicator
  • HERAKLES &Hesperides Garden
  • Alexander & son of serpent
  • Cistophoroi: Coin &serpent: To Nº 1, please
  • And one independent and very important deity wo remains