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South Slavic Old Europe Women's Chant Neolithic Memory

South Slavic Old Europe Women's Chants, social memory, oral poetry

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Female sister kinship terms are far more prevalent in the South Slavic and Slavic language. The women's chants tend to provide narrative to the full spectrum of female ritual behavior, representations and even a sense of place in the Balkan landscape. What is more intriguing and mysterious, like the round dances -the kolos- the South Slavic women are giving volume and full access to Paleolithic and Neolithic social memory.


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