LABYRINTH

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Mélissa Aberkane, « LABYRINTH », Aesthetic Gathering, ID : 10670/1.1v20qu


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A priori, you will tell me, no apparent link between the subject of this research blog and the labyrinths. And yet! Many people think that the word "labyrinth" comes from the Latin labyrinthus, which roughly means a group of buildings from which it's difficult to get out. However, it's necessary (you will understand why in due course), to trace the etymological origin of this word back to the Greek labrys, which is the term used to designate a very specific double axe, each side of which re...

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