Definition of Theogonic. Meaning of Theogonic. Synonyms of Theogonic

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Definition of Theogonic

Theogonic
Theogonic The`o*gon"ic, a. Of or relating to theogony.

Meaning of Theogonic from wikipedia

- the Derveni Papyrus now proves that at least in the fifth-century  BC a theogonic-cosmogonic poem of Orpheus was in existence. The first philosophical cosmologists...
- Indo-European mythology; Gintaras Beresnevičius considered it being a Lithuanian theogonic myth. The tale features not only human–reptile shapeshifting, but irreversible...
- iconography springs from the Semitic goddesses Inanna, Ishtar and Astarte. The theogonic myths current in the Near East in the second millennium BC, such as the...
- lietuvių teogoninis mitas (Eglė The Queen of Gr****-Snakes and Lituanian Theogonic Myth) (2003). Palemono mazgas. Palemono legendos periferinis turinys (Palemonas'...
- doi:10.2307/2697630. JSTOR 2697630. Maslov, Boris (1 January 2012). "From (Theogonic) Mythos to (Poetic) Logos: Reading Pindar's Genealogical Metaphors after...
- tyranny as he is arrested. The Carthaginians feast and Teuthras sings a theogonic poem. Perolla, Pacuvius' son tries to ********inate Hannibal but Pacuvius...
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