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Sociosphera

Publisher: Ltd. Research and Publishing Center "Sociosphere"

ISSN: 2078-7081

Started in 2010

Published quarterly

 

The archetipical image of the bird-demiurge in mythological concepts of finno-ugrs of Volga region: the some anthropocosmic aspects

Doroshin B.A., PhD in History, The senior lecturer, Penza state technological academy; the chief editor of scientific journal "Sociosphera"., Penza, Russia
Abstract
Ornithomorphic mythological characters, connected with process of cosmogony and an archetype of Great Mother in mythological concepts of people of the Volga region are considered in this article. In semantic structure of their images the aspects locating concepts of these people about harmonious unity of the person and the nature come to light.

Keywords: archetypes, mythology, Volga region, bird-demiurge.

Column: Regional Studies

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