Следы индоевропейского близнечного мифа в формулах балто-славянских песен

@article{2017,
  title={Следы индоевропейского близнечного мифа в формулах балто-славянских песен},
  author={Назарий Назаров},
  journal={Scando-Slavica},
  year={2017},
  volume={63},
  pages={151 - 178}
}
ABSTRACT The present article discusses possible survivals of Indo-European poetical language and myth in formulaic entities of Baltic and Slavic lullabies and mythological songs. Though Slavic folklore has only sparse survivals of common Indo-European myth about the Divine Twins, valuable information is furnished by formulaic dictions kept by one of the most concise folklore genres, lullabies. Ukrainian, Russian, Belorussian, Lithuanian and Latvian lullabies about two cats might reflect ancient… 
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