Encyclopedia Of Russian & Slavic Myth And Legend

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bestiariusz słowiański The Slavic ethnonym (and autonym ), Slavs, is reconstructed in Proto-Slavic as Slověninъ, plural Slověně. To have Slavic languages jobs sent to you the day it's posted, sign up for job alerts. Again, this is clearly not a scientific approach to the study of Slavic mythology, but pages and pages have been written about the supposed Belobog-Chernobog dualism so far, and many books and scholarly references even today take for granted that such gods were truly worshipped by ancient Slavs.

In the nineteenth and twentieth century, the general population became increasingly interested in Slavic mythology, fuelled by various romantic, nationalistic, and, in modern times, Neopaganism movements. Slavic mythology is, in many cases, a history of trying to figure out what was going on before the Christians arrived. The territory of the later—that is, pre-late fifth century—Slavic society is unclear.


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