[automatically translated] Some mythical narratives have a structural convergence which in some cases is explained by historical in nature. And 'the case of the myth of Kokalos daughters, Sican king of Sicily, who reject tricked the siege of Minos. It offers a comparison with the biblical story of Judith which has more of a convergence factor. Then it also indicates a possible cultural mediation to explain the spread of the narrative theme, through an examination of the written document known as the Chronicle of Lindos.
|Number of pages||18|
|Volume||3, 1986 (1990)|
|Publication status||Published - 1990|