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En el mito griego, el que coloniza Siria es Agenor, hermano de Belo, hijos ambos de Libia, nietos de Épafo y biznietos, pues, de ío y de Zeus. , M. A u s t i n , Greece and Egypt in thé Archaic Age, Cam­ bridge, 1970; D. M at ,l e t , Les Rapports des grecs avec ΓEgypte, Ei Cairo, 1922; J. P a d r ó , «Algunas consideraciones sobre las primeras re­ laciones griegas con Egipto», Pyrenae 5 (1969), 95-102. C. F r o i d e f o n d , Le Mirage Égyptien dans la littérature Grecque d ’Homère à Aristote, Aix-en-Provence, 1971; D.

El ricino, producido por una planta probablemente del mismo nombre (laki), es el Ricinus communis. El ágrostis, identificada con la Cynodon dactylon («dedo de diente de perro», del que existen variedades pa­ IN T R O D U C C IÓ N 59 lustres). El inglés y el francés conservan la traducción lite­ ral; el castellano, como el catalán gram, la llama grama ca­ nina, planta gramínea medicinal, de tallo rastrero y flores en espigas filiformes, pero conserva agróstide para una planta forrajera; Teofrasto93 lo menciona como forraje.

8/9: capítulos intermedios que sirven de gozne y tratan de prehistoria. Caps. 6/7, pero desde el punto de vista de los egipcios. Hay en ellos dos motivos recurrentes: la generación es­ pontánea (en el fango, por la humedad) y los cuatro (o cin­ co) elementos fundamentales de los presocráticos expresa­ dos desde distintos ángulos11. Un paralelismo tan notable no puede ser casual, sino producto de un plan metodológico previsto y ordenado. Los cuatro/cinco elementos sirven para explicar el origen del mundo en general y el origen del mun­ do según los egipcios.

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