Posted by: EVT | October 15, 2018

The Perrhaebia of Myth

The myths, which were spread verbally, already at the time of writing were depicted in various ways in ancient literary and historical works in such a way that it is impossible to distinguish with absolute certainty all mythical elements from those of history.

According to Richard Buxton, “Myth is a traditional story of social power”. It is, in other words, a narrative of events organized in a sequence, transmitted from a narrator to a narrator and often from generation to generation, and finally the narratives occupy an important place in the societies that redefine them, embodying the values ​​of individuals, social groups and entire communities. The myths, therefore, are part of the historical course of every place and society.



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