Usi tradizionali – Asia / Traditional uses – Asia

 

Soma/Homa

AGRAWALA V.S., 1963, Symbolism of the two boilers, Vishveshvaranand Indological Journal, vol. 1, pp. 40-49.

AGRAWALA V.S., 1963, Symbolism of the two boilers. Part 2, Vishveshvaranand Indological Journal, vol. 1, pp. 275-286.

BLOOMFIELD MAURICE, 1896, Contributions to the interpretation of the Veda, Journal of the American Oriental Society, vol. 16, pp. 1-42.

BROUGH JOHN, 1971, Soma and Amanita muscariaBullettin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, vol. 34, pp. 331-362.

BROUGH JOHN, 1973, Problems of the “soma-mushroom” theory, Indologica Taurinensia, vol. 1, pp. 21-32.

CHATTOPADHYAYA SHRIMANTA, 1992, The Rgvedic female deities: Soma sacrifices, Vishveshvaranand Indological Journal, vol. 30, pp. 29-36.

DANGE A. SADASHIV, 1964-65, Three stages in the advent of Soma, Journal of the Oriental Institute of Baroda, vol. 14, pp. 62-69.

DUCHESNE-GUILLEMIN JACQUES, 1988, Haoma proscrit et réadmis, in: M.-M. Mactoux & E. Geny (Éds.), Mélanges Pierre Lévêque, vol. 1, Religion, Les Belles Lettres, Paris, pp. 127-131.

EHNI J., 1879, Rigv. X, 85. Die Vermählung des Soma und der Sûryâ, Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, vol. 33, 166-176.

GERSHEVITCH ILYA, 1974, An Iranianist’s view of the Soma controversy, in: Ph. Gignoux & A. Tafazzoli (Éds.), Mémorial Jean de Menasce, Fondation Culturelle Iranienne, Louvain, pp. 45-75.

GHOSAL S.N., 1980-81, Haoma as a plant in the Avestan text, Sambodhi, vol. 9, pp. 52-55.

GNOLI GHERARDO, 1967, Lichtsymbolik in Alt-Iran. Haoma-Ritus und Erlöser-Mythos, Antaios, vol. 8, pp. 528-549.

GNOLI GHERARDO, 1993, On the Iranian Soma and Pers. sepand “Wild Rue”, East & West, vol. 43, pp. 234-236.

HAUSCHLID RICHARD, 1954, Das Selbstlob (Ātmastuti) des somaberauchsten Gottes Agni, Asiatica, pp. 247-288.

HAVELL E.B., 1920, What is Soma?, The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, pp. 349-351.

HUMMEL KARL, 1997, Besprechungsuafsatz – R. Gordon Wasson, Soma: Divine Mushroom of Immortality, Studien zur Indologie und Iranistik, vol. 21, pp. 79-90.

KAPADIA B.H., 1964, Soma in the poetic setting, Vishveshvaranand Indological Journal, pp. 47-54.

KASHIKAR C.G., 1987, Soma-drink vis-à-vis the ruling class, Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, vol. 67, pp. 247-250.

KHAPADIA B.H., 1960, The ascent of Soma, Sri Venkateswara University Oriental Journal, vol. 3, pp. 77-78.

KUIPER F.B.J., 1970, Review to the Wasson’s SomaIndo-Iranian Journal, vol. 12, pp. 279-285.

MAHDIHASSAN S., 1985, A Persian painting illustrating Ephedra, leading to its identity as Soma, Journal of Central Asia, vol. 8, pp. 171-177.

MAHDIHASSAN S., 1987, Soma of the Aryans and ash of the Romans, Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, vol. 68, pp. 639-644.

MILLS LAWRENCE, 1900, The first prepares of the Haoma (Indian Soma), The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, pp. 511-528.

MILLS LAWRENCE, 1903, The vision of Haoma to Zarathustra, The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, pp. 313-324.

MUKHERJEE BRAJA LAL, 1921, The Soma plant, The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, pp. 241-244.

MUKHERJEE BISWANATH, 1979, Pavamāna Soma, Journal of the Oriental Institute of Baroda, vol. 28, pp. 13-15.

MUKHOPADHYAY BISWANATH, 1978, On the significance of Soma, Vishveshvaranand Indological Journal, vol. 16, pp. 6-9.

MÜLLER F. REINHOLD, 1954, Soma in der altindischen Heilkunde, Asiatica, pp. 428-441.

NARAHARI H.G., 1952, Soma and Rudra in Vedic mythology, Bhāratīya Vidyā, vol. 13, pp. 62-64.

OTT JONATHAN, 1998, La storia del Soma dopo le ricerche di R.G. Wasson / The Post-Wasson History of the Soma Plant, Eleusis, n.s., vol. 1, pp. 9-37.

RAY JOGEŚ-CHANDRA, 1939, The Soma plant, The Indian Historical Quarterly, vol. 15(1), pp. 197-207.

ROTH R., 1881, Ueber den Soma, Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, vol. 35, p. 680-692.

ROTH R., 1882, Der Adler mit dem Soma, Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, vol. 36, pp. 353-360.

ROTH R., 1884, Wo wächst der Soma?, Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, vol. 38, pp. 134-13

SCHLERATH B., 1987, The slaying of the god Soma, Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, vol. 68, pp. 345-348.

SCHWARTZ MARTIN, 2006, On Haoma, and its Liturgy in the Gathas, in: Antonio Panaino & Andrea Piras (Eds.), Proceedings of the 5th Conference of the Societas Iranologica Europaea, Ravennam 6-11 October 2003, Vol. I, Ancient & Middle Iranian Studies, Mimesis, Milano, pp. 215-224.

SHENDE N.J., 1964, Soma in the Brāhmaṇas of the RgVeda, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bombay, vol. 38, pp. 122-153.

STEIN AUREL, 1930-32, On the Ephedra, the Hūm Plant, and the Soma, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, vol. 6, pp. 501-514.

SURYAKANTA, 1958, Sáras, Sóma and Sïrá, Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, vol. 38, pp. 115-139.

WEBER ALBRECHT, 1862, Der çabalîhoma, ein Waldorakel im Frühlinge, in: A. Weber, Indisch Studien, Ferd. Dümmler’s Verlagsbuchhandlung, pp. 437-447.

WILSON WARREN WINIFRED, 1909, The Soma offering in a fragment of Alkman, The American Journal of Philology, vol. 30, pp. 188-195.

WINDFUHR L. GERNOT, 1985, Haoma/Soma: the PlantActa Iranica, vol. 25, pp. 699-726.

WOHLBERG JOSEPH, 1990, Haoma-Soma in the World of Ancient GreeceJournal of Psychoactive Drugs, vol. 22, pp. 333-342.

 

Altri/Others

ALBRILE EZIO, 2009, Daēvica enteogena – L’identità psicoattiva dell’antica religiosità iranicaRivista degli Studi Orientali, vol. 82, pp. 263-274.

ALBRILE EZIO, 2009, Un inebriante salvezza: culti enteogeni e mitologie fra Ellenismo e IranismoStudi Classici Orientali, vol. 55, pp. 11-34.

ALLCHIN F.R., 1979, India: the ancient home of distillation?, Man, vol. 14, pp. 55-63.

ALLCHIN F.R., 1979, Evidence of Early Distillation at Shaikhān Dheri, in: M. Taddei (cur.), South Asian archaeology 1977, Istituto Orientale, Napoli, pp. 755-797.

BABINGTON J., 1823, Description of the Pandoo Coolies in Malabar, Transactions of the Literary Society of Bombay, vol. 3, pp. 324-329.

BAILEY H.W., 1954, Madu. A contribution to the history of wine, in: AA.VV., Silver Jubilee volume of the Zinbung-Kagaku-Kenkusyo Kyoto University, Kyoto, pp. 1-11.

BAPAT G.V., 1966, Madhu-Drinking: an interesting episode and problem from the Ramayana, Bullettin of the Deccan College Research Institute, Silver Jubilee Volume, pp. 59-62.

BHATTACHARJI SUKUMARI, 1989, Intruders into the Pantheon: Śiva and Dionysos, Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, vol. 69, pp. 93-110.

CARSTAIRS G.M., 1954, Daru and Bhang. Cultural Factors in the Choice of IntoxicantQuarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Vol. 15, pp. 220-237.

CHANDRA JNAN, 1957, Some early references of smoking in India, Bhāratīya Vidyā, vol. 17, pp. 140-142.

CHATTOPADHYAY APARNA, 1967-68, Ancient Indian practices of drinking and smoking as found in the Caraka-Samhitā, Journal of the Oriental Institute of Baroda, vol. 17, pp. 8-21.

CHATTOPADHYAY APARNA, 1968-69, The ancient Indian practice of drinking wine with reference to Kathāsaritsāgara, Journal of the Oriental Institute of Baroda, vol. 18, pp. 145-152.

CHINNIAN P., 1983, Megalithic Monuments and Megalithic Culture in Tamil Nadu, in: S.V. Subramanian & K.D. Thirunavukkarasu (Eds.), Historical Heritage of the Tamils, International Institute of Tamil Studies, Madras, pp. 25-62.

DE J.C., 1942-43, The Areca-nut trade and the East India Company (1600 to 1661), New Indian Antiquary, vol. 5, pp. 201-209.

D’ENJOY PAUL, 1902, La coloration dentiare des Annamites, T’oung Pao, 2° s., vol. 3, pp. 184-186.

DEVLET MARIANNA ARTASHIROVNA, 1982, Petroglify Verchniego YenisieiaAkademya Nauk SSSR, Moskva, n. 2, pp. 111-120.

DIKOV N. NIKOLAY, 1971, Naskal’nye zagadki drevney Chukotki. Petroglify Pegtymelya, Isdat. Nauka, Moskva.

DUMÉZIL GEORGES, 1967, “Vin” et “bière” dans deux noms propres scythiques, in: M. Wolfgang (Hrgs.), Beiträge zur Indorgermanistik und Keltologie, Sprachwissenschaftliche Institut der Universität Innsbruck, Innsbruck, pp. 29-31.

ECKARDT P. ANDREAS, 1928, Ginseng, die Wunderwurzel des Ostens, in: W. Koppers (Hrsg.), Festchrift Publication d’Hommage offerte au P.W. Schmidt, Mechitharisten-Congregationss-Buckdruckerei, Wien, pp. 220-230.

GODE P.K., 1959, Studies in the history of tāmbūla – Use of lime (cūrna) and catechu (khadira) in tāmbūla and its antiquity – c.A.D. 100-1900, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bombay, vol. 31/32, pp. 65-77.

GOWDA M., 1951, The story of pan chewing in India, Botanical Museum Leaflets Harvard University, vol. 14, pp. 181-214.

HAMAYON ROBERTE, 1977, Il n’y a pas de fumées sans dieu, L’Ethnographie, vol. 74-75, pp. 171-188.

HOLBÉ T.V., 1908, A propos des dents noires des Annamites et de la chique de bétel, Bulletins et Mémoires de la Société d’Anthropologie de Paris, V° s., vol. 9, pp. 671-678.

IMBAULT-HUART CAMILLE, 1894, Le bétel, T’oung Pao, vol. 5, pp. 311-328.

JASTROW MORRIS, 1910, Another fragment of the Etana myth, Journal of the American Oriental Society, vol. 30, pp. 101-131.

KLEIJN L., 1984, The coming of the Aryans: who and whence?Bullettin of the Deccan College Research Institute, vol. 43, pp. 57-69.

KRISHNA IYER L.A., 1967, Kerala megaliths and their builders, University of Madras, Madras, 74 pp.

LONGHURST A.H., 1979, The story of the stupa, Asian Educational Services, New Delhi, 54 pp. + 42 tavv.

MAHDIHASSAN S., 1972, The earliest distillation units of pottery in Indo-Pakistan, Pakistan Archaeology, vol. 8, pp. 161-8.

MAHDIHASSAN S., 1979, Distillation assembly of pottery in ancient India with a single item of special construction, Vishveshvaranand Indological Journal, vol. 17, pp. 264-266.

MAN E.H., 1894, On the use of the narcotics by the Nicobar Islanders, and certain deformations connected therewith, Journal of the Anthropological Institure of Great Britain and Ireland, vol. 23, pp. 232-240.

MONTELL G., 1937, Distilling in Mongolia, Ethnos, vol. 2, pp. 321-332.

MUKHERJEE TAPAU & GIAN SINGH AULAKH, 1986-88, Narcotics in Hindu mythology, Acta Ethnographica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, vol. 34, pp. 391-396.

RAHURKAR V.G., 1974, The use and control of liquor in ancient India, Vishveshvaranand Indological Journal, vol. 12, pp. 286-300.

SATYAMURTHY T., 1992, The Iron Age in Kerala. A Report on Mangadu Excavation, Thiruvananthapuram, Department of Archaeology, 36 pp. + 31 tavv.

SCHEIL V., 1927, Mythe d’Etana, Revue d’Assyriologie et d’Archéologie Orientale, vol. 24, pp. 103-107.

STERNBACH LUDWIK, 1974, Camphor in India, Vishveshvaranand Indological Journal, vol. 12, pp. 425-467.

SUBRAMANIAN K.S., 1995, “Koda Kallu” – Megalithic monument in laterite, Kerala, Journal of the Geological Society of India, vol. 46, pp. 679-680.

TIWARI V.J. & V.K. DESHMUKH, 1990, Plant Hallucinogens ans ShamanEastern Anthropology, vol. 43, pp. 371-375.

VETSCHERA TRAUDE & ALFONSO PILLAI, 1978-79, The use of hemp and opium in India, Ethnomedizine, vol. 5, pp. 11-23.

WARREN L.E., 1930, A note on an ancient poisonous plant of Asia Minor, Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association, vol. 19, pp. 1130-1131.

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