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Record #172067:

A propos d'un proverbe yakoute: la Sibérie et la trifonctionnalité / Jérémy Benoit.

Title: A propos d'un proverbe yakoute: la Sibérie et la trifonctionnalité / Jérémy Benoit.
Translated title: Concerning a Yakut proverb: Siberia and threefold functionality.
Author(s): Benoit, Jérémy.
Date: 2002-2003.
Language: French.
In: Boreales. (2002-2003.), Vol. 86/89 (2002-2003)
Abstract: Argues that trifunctionality, theory elaborated by Dumezil, though specifically Indo-European is also encountered in Siberian cultures. Based on analysis of Yakut proverb concerning blacksmith, shaman and potter, considers relations between shamanism and Indo-Europeanism, and ancestors of Yakuty and Indo-Europeans.
Notes:

Boreales. Vol. 86/89 :76-89 (2002-2003).

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Yakuty.
291.612 -- Shamanism.
93 -- History.
93"-" -- Period before birth of Christ.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*50) -- Soviet Union.
SPRI record no.: 172067

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