Kadmos and Europa, and the Phoenicians

@inproceedings{Beekes2004KadmosAE,
  title={Kadmos and Europa, and the Phoenicians},
  author={R. Beekes},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract 1. The discussion in Der Neue Pauly (by K. Meister) of the Phoenicia-problem of the Kadmos-story is quite inadequate. Especially a mere reference to Edwards' monography on Kadmos the Phoenician is insufficient to settle the matter. (Vian interprets the story of Kadmos as containing traces of an Indo-European tripartite society. As I do not believe in Dumézil's theories on this point, I shall not discuss them.) 
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