Die mykenische Löwendarstellung. Ein Fallbeispiel für die Veränderung politischer Symbolik durch Kulturkontakte

Julian Michael Degen

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This paper is about the introduction of the lion as symbol in the manorial system in myecenean greece. Theories were built on the archeological facts that shows a connection between Mycenae and Creta and Egypt. Early mycenean symbols of lions have an oriental look, so historians see an adoption from Egypt. Showing the integration of the symbol in the manorial system in Mycenae ist the main goal of this paper.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15203/historia.scribere.7.442

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