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Réflexions autour de la notion de rituel initiatique en Anatolie hittite. Au sujet de la fête haššumaš (CTH 633)

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Depuis 1969, la fête haššumaš (CTH 633) a été considérée comme le seul exemple de rituel initiatique en Anatolie hittite. Mais est-ce réellement le cas? N’existe-t-il pas une autre manière d’interpréter cette cérémonie religieuse? Proposant, dans un premier temps, une réédition de la composition, qui peut être enrichie par les duplicats et joints identifiés après la parution de l’editio princeps, j’examine, en second lieu, les différentes caractéristiques de la cérémonie. Grâce à ce réexamen, je suggère une autre interprétation de cette composition.

Affiliations: 1: UMR 7044, CNRS Strasbourgalicemouton@hotmail.com

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2011-09-01
2016-08-24

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