A rupestral dedication from the Agora of the Gods reveals a new feature of Zeus, whose purview is inherited from Proto-Indo-European culture. A study and a new etymological interpretation of the concept of “right” from the idea of “receiving” (PIE *deḱ-) is proposed.

Zeus Δέκτερος ‘Benevolent, Welcoming’ from Thera and Proto-Indo-European ‘Right’ / Muscianisi, DOMENICO GIUSEPPE. - STAMPA. - (2020), pp. 229-244. (Intervento presentato al convegno 31st Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference tenutosi a Los Angeles, CA (USA) nel November 8th–9th, 2019).

Zeus Δέκτερος ‘Benevolent, Welcoming’ from Thera and Proto-Indo-European ‘Right’

Domenico Giuseppe Muscianisi
2020-01-01

Abstract

A rupestral dedication from the Agora of the Gods reveals a new feature of Zeus, whose purview is inherited from Proto-Indo-European culture. A study and a new etymological interpretation of the concept of “right” from the idea of “receiving” (PIE *deḱ-) is proposed.
2020
978-3-96769-090-3
Zeus Δέκτερος ‘Benevolent, Welcoming’ from Thera and Proto-Indo-European ‘Right’ / Muscianisi, DOMENICO GIUSEPPE. - STAMPA. - (2020), pp. 229-244. (Intervento presentato al convegno 31st Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference tenutosi a Los Angeles, CA (USA) nel November 8th–9th, 2019).
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