Athena et la grande deesse indienne

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Rarement notes, les points communs entre Athena et la grande deesse indienne, celle connue sous les noms, entre autres, de Durga, Kali, Devi, sont pourtant remarquables. Ils s'appliquent aussi bien aux deesses elles-memes, qui presentent, entre Grece ancienne et Inde, des caracteres communs, des mythes apparentes, des affinites identiques avec des objets, des plantes, des animaux, qu'aux rites qui les celebrent: les Panathenees d'Athenes coincident jusque dans le detail avec la grande fete de la deesse indienne.A...
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Rarement notes, les points communs entre Athena et la grande deesse indienne, celle connue sous les noms, entre autres, de Durga, Kali, Devi, sont pourtant remarquables. Ils s'appliquent aussi bien aux deesses elles-memes, qui presentent, entre Grece ancienne et Inde, des caracteres communs, des mythes apparentes, des affinites identiques avec des objets, des plantes, des animaux, qu'aux rites qui les celebrent: les Panathenees d'Athenes coincident jusque dans le detail avec la grande fete de la deesse indienne.A son tour, la comparaison des deesses entraine celle de personnages qui leur sont lies, comme Erikhthonios.A ces divinites, l'indienne et la grecque, correspond egalement la grande deesse celtique, qui partage avec elles les memes caracteres. C'est l'image d'une deesse de premier plan, attestee a la fois en Inde, en Grece et dans le monde celtique, qui emerge a l'issue de cette enquete.Bernard Sergent est chercheur au CNRS, docteur en histoire ancienne et archeologie, agrege d'histoire, et auteur de nombreux ouvrages sur la question indo-europeenne et l'histoire ancienne, notamment L'homosexualite dans la mythologie grecque (1984) et Genese de l'Inde (1997).
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  • ISBN-13: 9782251324432
  • Publisher: Les Belles Lettres
  • Publication date: 9/26/2008
  • Language: French
  • Series: Verite des mythes Series , #31
  • Pages: 400

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Avant-proposCaracteres communs entre Athena et la deesse indienneI? Une equivalence deja vue par William Jones

II ? Athena et Durg? dans l'epopee

III ? Le couple Durg?-K?l? correspond au couple Athena-Gorgone

IV ? Ambivalence de la deesse

V ? La deesse est lumineuse

VI ? La beaute de la deesse

VII ? Athena et Dev? sont des jeunes femmes

VIII - La deesse a des yeux marins

IX ? La deesse porte la foudre du dieu du tonnerre

X - Athena et Dev? portent lance et bouclier

XI ? Athena et Dev? sont des vierges

XII - Athena et Dev? sont des guerrieres qui donnent la victoire

XIII ? Leur fonction est de garde et de protection

XIV ? Athena et Durg? sont acropolitaines

XV ? Athena et Durg? sont au centre et en peripherie

XVI ? Athena et la deesse indienne sont souveraines

Aspects et attributs communsXVII ? Athena et Dev? encouragent la vegetation et ont un arbre privilegie

XVIII ? La deesse se deplace en char

XIX - La deesse est assise ou debout

XX ? Athena, Dev? et le feu

XXI ? Elles patronnent les techniques

XXII ? La deesse et l'intellect

XXIII ? Athena et Dev? ont un caractere de triplicite

XXIV ? La deesse et la vision

XXV ? Durg? et Athena sont etroitement liees a la decapitation

XXVI ? La deesse et la sante

XXVII - La deesse et l'instrument a vent

XXVIII ? La deesse et la svastika

XXIX ? La deesse et la route de mer

Mythes communsXXX ? Les naissances d'Athena et de la deesse sont miraculeuses

XXXI ? Elles sont vierges mais meres

XXXII ? La deesse allaite

XXXIII ? La deesse est indissolublement liee a un dieu

XXXIV ? La deesse rebute son pretendant

XXXV ? Athena et Dev? enfantent indirectement

XXXVI ? L'adversaire de la deesse resurgit du sol

XXXVII ? L'adversaire de la deesse bouleverse la terre

XXXVIII ? La deesse a un couple d'adversaires

XIL ? Athena?: Ares?: Re?uk??: Para?ur?ma

XL ? Qui a une massue ?

XLI - L'homme a l'epee

XLII ? Athena, Durg? et le sang

XLIII ? La deesse et le rouge

XLIV ? La deesse aveugle un proche

XLV ? Le cri terrible de la deesse

Les animaux en relation avec Athena et la deesse indienne

XLVI ? La deesse se change parfois en oiseau

XLVII ? La deesse est etroitement liee aux serpents

XLVIII - La deesse est egalement liee aux felins

XLIX ? La deesse a une relation avec les abeilles

L ? La deesse est liee aussi aux chevaux

Rites parallelesLI - Les deux fondateurs cultuels

LII ? Athena et Durg? recoivent des sacrifices humains

LIII ? Le bain de la deesse

LIV ? La deesse ou son fils inventent une danse guerriere

LV ? Athena, Dev? et les pots

LVI ? Les trois fetes annuelles

LVII ? La grande fete de la deesse

LVIII ? Le Navar?tra, le rituel pour les Eumenides et le nombre neuf

LIX ? Hymnologie comparee

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