A Corpus of Andrezs
AbstractZurab Kiknadze’s A Corpus of Andrezs (Religious and mythological traditions of eastern Georgian highlands) is a significant source for the study of myths characteristic of the highlands of eastern Georgia. It prepares the foundation for the philosophy of mythology in Georgia. This collection reveals how Christianity and paganism are intertwined. It tells us about the friendship and enmity of people and demons, the phenomenon of the divine, and sanctuaries typical of the region.
How to Cite
Gvasalia, G. (1). A Corpus of Andrezs. KADMOS, 1(4), 409-416. Retrieved from https://kadmos.iliauni.edu.ge/index.php/kadmos/article/view/126