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Master's Dissertation
DOI
Document
Author
Full name
Thais Rocha Carvalho
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2019
Supervisor
Committee
Faria, Giuliana Ragusa de (President)
Amaral, Flavia Vasconcellos
Correa, Paula da Cunha
Sarian, Haiganuch
Title in Portuguese
Perséfone e Hécate: a representação das deusas na poesia grega arcaica
Keywords in Portuguese
Divindades gregas femininas
Hécate
Período arcaico
Perséfone
Poesia grega arcaica
Abstract in Portuguese
Quando pensamos no Hades, o mundo dos mortos grego, duas divindades femininas logo nos vêm à mente: Perséfone, sua rainha, e Hécate, deusa da magia. Essas são as imagens que temos, contemporaneamente, dessas deusas, sobretudo por influência romana e, posteriormente, shakespeariana. No entanto, podemos afirmar que essas foram sempre as imagens associadas às duas deusas? O objetivo deste trabalho foi, portanto, investigar a representação das deusas Perséfone e Hécate na poesia do período arcaico (VIII-V a.C.) com maior enfoque no Hino Homérico a Deméter e na poesia de Hesíodo, mas também passando por outros autores e gêneros poéticos, bem como traçando paralelos com as esferas iconográfica e cultual , de forma a resgatar a figuração primordial e a importância dessas divindades no mundo grego arcaico.
Title in English
Persephone and Hecate: the representation of the goddesses in early Greek poetry
Keywords in English
Archaic period
Early Greek poetry
Female Greek divinities
Hecate
Persephone
Abstract in English
When we think about the Hades, the Greek underworld, two female divinities soon come to mind: Persephone, its queen, and Hecate, goddess of magic. These are the images we associate with them, contemporarily, especially due to Roman, but later, to Shakespearian influence. However, can we affirm with certainty that these were always the images associated with the two goddesses? The aim of this study was, therefore, to investigate the representation of Persephone and Hecate in the poetry of the archaic period (8th-5th century B.C.) focusing more closely on the Homeric Hymn to Demeter and on Hesiods poetry, but also going through other poets and genres, as well as establishing paralells with the iconographic and cultual spheres , so as to rediscover the primordial figuration and importance of these goddesses in the archaic Greek world.
 
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2019-08-16
 
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