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100 1  Campbell, Joseph,|d1904-1987,|eauthor. 
245 10 Goddesses :|bmysteries of the feminine divine /|cJoseph 
       Campbell ; edited by Safron Rossi, Ph.D. 
264  1 Novato, California :|bJoseph Campbell Foundation :|bNew 
       World Library,|c[2013] 
300    xxvi, 304 pages :|billustrations ;|c23 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent. 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia. 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier. 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  On the great goddess -- Myth and the feminine divine -- 
       The goddess in Paleolithic cultures -- The goddess as 
       nature -- Goddess-mother creator: Neolithic and early 
       Bronze age -- Stone to copper: Anatolia and old Europe -- 
       Copper to bronze: Crete -- Indo-European influx -- Spears 
       and languages -- Burial mounds and suttee -- Mycenae -- 
       Sumerian and Egyptian goddesses -- The abstract field: 
       rise of civilization -- The Semitic influx: Sargon and 
       Hammurabi -- Myth of Isis and Osiris -- Goddesses and gods
       of the Greek pantheon -- Artemis -- Apollo -- Dionysus -- 
       Zeus -- Ares -- Athena -- Iliad and Odyssey: return to the
       goddess -- The judgment of Paris -- The Iliad -- The 
       Odyssey -- Mysteries of transformation -- The once and 
       future goddess -- Mystery cults -- The abduction of 
       Persephone -- Dionysus and the feminine divine -- Amor: 
       the feminine in European romance -- Virgin Mary -- The 
       court of love -- The renaissance of the goddess -- Lift-
       off -- Appendix: foreword to language of the goddess by 
       Marija Gimbutas -- Goddess studies: essential reading. 
520    "Previously uncollected lectures and writings that trace 
       the evolution of the Goddess, from Neolithic Old Europe to
       the Renaissance, and interpret classical motifs. Offers 
       insight into self-actualization for women. Edited and 
       introduced by the executive director of the Opus Archives 
       and Research Center"--Provided by publisher. 
650  0 Goddesses. 
650  0 Mythology, Greek. 
650  0 Goddesses in literature. 
651  0 Greece|xReligion. 
651  0 Egypt|xReligion. 
651  0 Middle East|xReligion. 
700 1  Rossi, Safron. 
710 2  Joseph Campbell Foundation. 
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