Svätý Blažej ako „vlčí pastier“ v textovej tradícii z českého, slovenského a maďarského prostredia<br>Saint Blaise as a “Wolf Shepherd” in a Text Tradition from Czech, Slovak and Hungarian Surroundings</br>

  • Martin Golema Katedra slovanskeho jazyka a literatury, Pedagogicka fakulteta, Univerza Mateja Bela, Ružová, SK-97411 Banska Bystrica, Slovenska republika

Abstract

The author of the study, working with less known texts from Czech, Slovak and Hungarian surroundings, tries to confirm conclusions about a mythological couple of “wolf shepherds” (its origin goes back to the early Slavonic text horizon) published up to the present, but he also shows some other ways of reconstructing of the old myth linked with this mythological couple. St. Blaise was evidently established in the place under research as a common interpretatio christiana of demonic and magic related member of this couple – the Slavonic god Veles.

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Published
2008-10-20
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Golema M. Svätý Blažej ako „vlčí pastier“ v textovej tradícii z českého, slovenského a maďarského prostredia<br>Saint Blaise as a “Wolf Shepherd” in a Text Tradition from Czech, Slovak and Hungarian Surroundings</br&gt;. Studia [Internet]. 2008Oct.20 [cited 2020Jun.5];110:147-72. Available from: https://ojs.zrc-sazu.si/sms/article/view/1693
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RAZISKOVALNE METODE IN INTERPRETACIJE LJUDSKEGA IZROČILA / RESEARCH METHODS AND INTERPRETATIONS OF FOLK TRADITIONS