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Primordial Myths?

Julien d’Huy has a Scientific American piece about “how stories change in the retelling down through the generations sheds light on the history of human migration going as far back as the Paleolithic period”: The Greek version of a familiar myth starts with Artemis, goddess of the hunt and fierce protectress of innocent young women. […]
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