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Margo Kitts

The divine battles of Iliad 20 and 21 are sometimes treated as disappointing art or as black comedy. 2 Leaf complained about the narrative illogic of the theomachy (1886), Calhoun found the spectacle of fighting gods hilarious ( 1937 , 1939 ), and Pucci has striven to grasp the rhetorical

Antonio J. Morales

Dumur G. “Spectacle et religion dans l’Égypte ancienne” Histoire des spectacles: Encyclopédie de la Pléiade 1965 vol. 19 Paris 102 134 Wente Edward F. “Mysticism in Pharaonic Egypt?” jnes 1982 41 3 161 179 Willems Harco O