Registration for Secret History of the Witches
Pythias, Melissae, and Pharmakides:
ancient Greek and Aegean women's cultures
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Most readings are book excerpts from Secret History of the Witches,
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Images in graphic at top, from left: African-influenced ceramic paintings of dancing women in the Archaic period; ivory of the Spartan goddess Ortheia, with waterbirds; Erinys with serpents in the Delphic sanctuary; Mycenaean fresco of snake-holding priestess; clay figurine from Boiotia, circa 500 bce; maenad dancing with snake and vines and fawn; archaic vessel with Hera and her lions; women drumming and dancing; priestess pouring libation at an altar.
Witches and Pagans: Women in European Folk Religion, 700-1100 is in print! Read more about it, and order, at www.veleda.net/