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Cults and migrations: Nietzsche's meditations on orphism, pythagoreanism, and the greek mysteries.

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Biebuyck, Benjamin, Danny Praet, and Isabelle Vanden Poel. 2004. “Cults and Migrations: Nietzsche’s Meditations on Orphism, Pythagoreanism, and the Greek Mysteries.” In Nietzsche and Antiquity : His Reaction and Response to the Classical Tradition, 151–169. Camden House.
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Biebuyck, Benjamin, Praet, D., & Vanden Poel, I. (2004). Cults and migrations: Nietzsche’s meditations on orphism, pythagoreanism, and the greek mysteries. Nietzsche and antiquity : his reaction and response to the classical tradition (pp. 151–169). Camden House.
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Biebuyck B, Praet D, Vanden Poel I. Cults and migrations: Nietzsche’s meditations on orphism, pythagoreanism, and the greek mysteries. Nietzsche and antiquity : his reaction and response to the classical tradition. Camden House; 2004. p. 151–69.
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Biebuyck, Benjamin, Danny Praet, and Isabelle Vanden Poel. “Cults and Migrations: Nietzsche’s Meditations on Orphism, Pythagoreanism, and the Greek Mysteries.” Nietzsche and Antiquity : His Reaction and Response to the Classical Tradition. Camden House, 2004. 151–169. Print.
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  booktitle    = {Nietzsche and antiquity : his reaction and response to the classical tradition},
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  pages        = {151--169},
  publisher    = {Camden House},
  title        = {Cults and migrations: Nietzsche's meditations on orphism, pythagoreanism, and the greek mysteries.},
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