Symbols: Their Migration and Universality (Dover Occult)
This remarkable classic by a world expert on the evolution and migration of symbols explains in detail what a symbol is, how it served a culture, developed or fell into disuse. Considerable attention is paid to how various symbols have changed in meaning and form during their migrations. Among the configurations discussed: the triskelion, swastika, caduceus, double-headed eagle, "tree of life," lotus, and assorted crosses. 161 black-and-white illustrations plus 6 plates.
Specifications of Symbols: Their Migration and Universality (Dover Occult)
|Author||Count Eugene Goblet d’Alviella|
|Number Of Pages||320|
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