⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'mythography' von Englisch nach Deutsch
Mythographie {f}
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Übersetzung für 'mythography' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Mythographie {f}myth.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Medieval mythography was written almost entirely in Latin, and original Greek texts were little used as sources for Hercules' myths.
  • "Genealogia deorum gentilium", known in English as "On the Genealogy of the Gods of the Gentiles", is a mythography or encyclopedic compilation of the tangled family relationships of the classical pantheons of Ancient Greece and Rome, written in Latin prose from 1360 onwards by the Italian author and poet Giovanni Boccaccio.
  • The character's name was taken from the 16th-century mythography of Natale Conti, who used it as the Latin translation of Greek "phosphor", "light-bearer," a regular epithet of Hecate.
  • There also existed a tradition in the Middle Ages of "mythography"—the allegorical interpretation of pagan myths.
  • After a period of decreased interest in the literature, the practice of mythography was picked up again in what is thought to be the 7th century by the so-called Vatican Mythographers.
  • "The Greek Myths" (1955) is a mythography, a compendium of Greek mythology, with comments and analyses, by the poet and writer Robert Graves.
  • Leslie Fiedler" (an American literary critic, known for his interest in mythography and his championing of genre fiction) and quoted a letter from an English Department instructor who accused the department of promoting material of a pornographic nature and making a mockery of religion and morals.
  • Georg Hüsing (4 June 1869 – 1 September 1930) was an Austrian historian and philologist who specialized in Germanic studies and mythography.
  • Jacqueline Fabre-Serris is a French classical scholar, who is known for her work on Ovid, mythography, classical reception, and gender studies.
  • Three theories exercised great influence on nineteenth and early twentieth century mythography.
  • Messapus (Ancient Greek: Μέσσαπος "Messapos") was the ninth king of Sicyon in the Peloponnesus according to classical Greek mythography.
  • Syncretized versions form the classical tradition of mythography, and by the time of the influential Renaissance mythographer Natalis Comes (16th century), few if any distinctions were made between Greek and Roman myths.
  • In the allegorical mythography of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, the three heads of Cerberus sometimes represent three kinds of "invidia".
  • Interest in polytheistic mythology revived during the Renaissance, with early works of mythography appearing in the sixteenth century, among them the "Theologia Mythologica" (1532).
  • However, his work on mythography and psychological operations is taking a heavy toll on him; his fall culminates in him stabbing his own son, Martin.
  • The priesthood played a major role in the mythography of James George Frazer in "The Golden Bough"; his interpretation has exerted a lasting influence.
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