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Mellaart probably took inspiration from the late Victorian anthropologist James George Frazer, author of The Golden Bough, who hinted that pre-Christian societies may have worshipped a mother goddess.
As a result, people of Mellaart’s generation were primed to see ancient civilizations through the lens of goddess worship.
This follow-up to “The Song of Achilles” is about the goddess who turns Odysseus and his men to swine.
The avocado green goddess dressing is also a winner, and if you’re anything like me, you’ll be tempted to double it to have more to eat with tortilla chips or anything else you want to dip.
This latter aspect made her the patron goddess of creativity and performing arts, including dancing.
He is one of the Mihashira-no-uzunomiko, being born from washing of Izanagi’s right eye – therefore making him the brother of Amaterasu, the sun goddess.
A basket full of millet must go with the millet cakes: this is the food wherein the country goddess finds pleasure most of all.
Priests attend upon the goddess, and female dancers display their talent before her, accompanied by the loud music of the tam-tam.
These are the followers of Levana, the austere goddess who takes up the new-born babe and perfects it by sorrow.
She was quite wickedly indifferent to consequences, and was inspired to woo the fickle goddess of popularity.
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