Cosmos 31, fall 2015.
Published in Edinburgh for the Traditional Cosmology Society. Edited by Louise Milne, PM Cicchetti and Sean Martin. Design and typesetting by Eve Scott.
Table of Contents
Louise S. Milne, 5–6
Birdsong and the Loss of Immortality
Deon Liebenberg, 7–27
Heroic Sword God: A Possible Eurasian Origin of a Japanese Mythological Motif
Jazuo Matsumura, 27–50
Slave and Hero: Unexpected Congruences in Familial and Sexual Relations
Dean A. Miller, 51–76
The Choice and Organisation of the Scenes on the François Vase Created A Trifunctional Ring Structure
Chris Lynn, 77–96
Thinking About Celtic Mythology in the 21st Century
Papers from the colloquium organised by the Department of Celtic & Scottish Studies and the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures at the University of Edinburgh.
Burial-Islands in Scotland: a Remnant of Celtic Mythology?
Fañch J A Bihan-Gallic, 97–108
Modern Mythmaking: Evolution and Authenticity in the Fionn Cycle
Adam Dahmer, 109–122
About Cosmos, 123
Notes for Contributors, 124