The deer goddess of ancient Siberia : a study in the ecology of belief

by Esther Jacobson

This study concerns the ecology of belief in prehistoric Siberia. Central to this study is the image of the deer within the iconography of the Early Nomads of South Siberia. By examining the symbolic structures revealed in the art and archaeology of the Early Nomads, the author challenges existing theories regarding Early Nomadic cosmology. The reconstruction of meanings embedded in the deer image carries the investigation back to rock carvings, paintings and monolithic stelea of South Siberia and northern Central Asia, from the Neolithic period down to through the eraly Iron Age. The succession of images dominating that artistic tradition is considered against the background of cultures - including the Baykal Neolithic Afanasevo, Okunev, Andronovo, and Karasuk - evolving from a hunting-fishing dependency to a dependency on livestock. The archaic mythic tradition of specific Siberian groups are also found to lend critical detail to the changing symbolic systems of South Siberia.

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書名 The deer goddess of ancient Siberia : a study in the ecology of belief
著作者等 Jacobson, Esther
シリーズ名 Studies in the history of religions
出版元 E.J. Brill
刊行年月 1993
ページ数 xxii, 291 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 9004096280
NCID BA19931809
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言語 英語
出版国 オランダ
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