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Leyendas y cuentos de Lezaun (Navarra)

Argandoña Ochandorena, Pedro (1994) Leyendas y cuentos de Lezaun (Navarra). Cuadernos de Sección. Antropología-Etnografía (11). pp. 71-118. ISSN 0213-0297

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Abstract

The ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH carried out by José Miguel Barandiarán, includes the legends, stories, tales and mythical oral traditions of a certain region of Navarra, which covers the area of Lezáun and its neighbours (Arguiñano, Iturgoyen, Iruñela, Riezu, Guesálaz, Guembe, Ugar, Muez, Vidaurre...) To do this, the author interviewed the elderly from the area on ancient beliefs about accidents of the landscape (rocks, lakes)heavenly phenomenonthe buildings and marks left by saints and devilsmonsters, jinns, giants and gentilesabout the end of the worldtreasures, ruins, misterious animals. In short, that related to a magic universe, so rich until yesterday and now in danger of extinction. Nevertheless, and even recognizing that more has been lost than has been summarized, the work brings us closer, with a fair amount of accuracy, to an ethnographic patrimony undoubtedly attractive to the present-day reader and investigator.

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Uncontrolled Keywords:Barandiaran Ayerbe, José Miguel de; Mitología; Navarra; Lezáun
Subjects:Anthropology > Cultural anthropology
ID Code:1866
Deposited On:03 Oct 2008 15:57
Last Modified:03 Oct 2008 18:43
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