publication . Article . 1901

The Double Axe and the Labyrinth

W. H. D. Rouse;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 1901 Journal: The Journal of Hellenic Studies, volume 21, pages 268-274 (issn: 0075-4269, eissn: 2041-4099, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP)
Abstract
<jats:p>In the paper on ‘Mycenaean Tree and Pillar Worship,’ (above, pp. 99 foll.) and in the various discussions of the Cretan discoveries, several theories and interpretations are put forth which have been too hastily accepted. I do not propose to deal with the whole question here, but to call attention to the fact that a great part of the evidence has been overlooked. It is not unnatural that, in the enthusiasm of a great discovery, the happy discoverer should be taken by an interpretation which is ingenious and in many respects alluring, since it offers a key to mysteries long unexplained. Nevertheless there are other facts to be reckoned with.</jats:p><jats...
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