Women of the Celts

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Inner Traditions / Bear & Co, 1986 - Broj stranica: 315
Historian Markale takes us deep into a mythical world where both man and woman become whole by realizing the feminine principle in its entirety. The author explores the rich heritage of Celtic women in history, myth, and ritual, showing how these traditions compare to modern attitudes toward women.
 

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Introduction
9
Women in Celtic Societies
19
The Historical Context
21
The Judicial Framework
30
Exploring the Myth
41
The Submerged Princess
43
Our Lady of the Night
85
The Great Queen
118
Iseult or the Lady of the Orchard
201
Theories
245
Women in Social Life
250
Marriage
256
Sexual Liberation
267
Love
275
Notes
287
Index
305

The Rebellion of the FlowerDaughter
147
The Grail or the Quest for Woman
173

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O autoru (1986)

Poet, philosopher, historian, and storyteller, Jean Markale has spent a lifetime researching pre-Christian and medieval culture and spirituality. He is the author of more than 40 books, including Montségur and the Mystery of the Cathars, The Church of Mary Magdalene, The Druids, The Celts, and Merlin. A former specialist in Celtic studies at the Sorbonne, he lives in the Brittany region of France.

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