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Infans anserem strangulat : est-ce un jeu pour Harpocrate ?

Abstract : This study will explore the iconographic theme of the child suffocating the goose, a Greco-Roman image often explained thanks to the Egyptian child god Harpokrates. Here, an inverse point of view is chosen for analyzing how the Hellenistic value of this theme was able to be imported in Egypt. The approach is partially comparative and aims at putting in perspective some social rites explaining an animal representational stereotype.
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Jérôme Gonzalez. Infans anserem strangulat : est-ce un jeu pour Harpocrate ?. A. Gasse, Fr. Servajean, Chr. Thiers. Et in Ægypto et ad Ægyptum. Recueil d'études dédiées à Jean-Claude Grenier, 2 (5), Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3, pp.359-374, 2012, Cahiers "Egypte Nilotique et Méditerranéenne" (CENiM). ⟨halshs-00839326⟩

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