Übersetzung für 'Zalmoxis' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   Zalmoxis | -
Zalmoxis [god of the Getae]
Zalmoxis {m}
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Übersetzung für 'Zalmoxis' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Zalmoxis [god of the Getae]
Zalmoxis {m}hist.relig.spec.
  • Zalmoxis {m} = Zalmoxis [god of the Getae]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • According to Herodotus, some Getae equated Gebeleizis with Zalmoxis as the same god.
  • It is argued that in ancient Thrace the double axe was an attribute of Zalmoxis.
  • Zalmoxis is the name of a Thracian god.
  • "Papilio zalmoxis", the giant blue swallowtail, is an African butterfly belonging to the family Papilionidae.
  • The Sphinx features in the 1967 film "The Dacians", in which it is a place of sacrifice to the god Zalmoxis.

  • Notably, Eliade was also preoccupied with the cult of Thracian deity Zalmoxis and its supposed monotheism.
  • The Iron Guard flirted with the concept, making considerable parallels between its projects and interpretations of what would have been Zalmoxis' message.
  • The other name for Zalmoxis, Gebeleizis, is also spelled Belaizis and Belaixis in Herodotus manuscripts.
  • The Miorița ballad is summarized and discussed by Mircea Eliade in "Zalmoxis, The Vanishing God" (1972), and plays a fundamental role in his novel "The Forbidden Forest".
  • As stated earlier, just like the Dacians, the principal god of the Getae was Zalmoxis whom they sometimes called Gebeleizis.

  • He explained the name as "a play on the two names antimachus and zalmoxis".
  • Kogaionon was the holy mountain of the Geto-Dacians, the place where Zalmoxis stayed in a cave for three years.
  • According to ancestral custom, the bravest young warrior must be sacrificed to the Dacian god Zalmoxis to win his favour.
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