Lucy Goodison

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Lucy Goodison is an archeologist and author from Dorset in the United Kingdom. She is a leading expert in Minoan tomb architecture and sacred practices,[1] and has also written numerous general interest books on mythology, personal and social change.

Major publications

  • In Our Own Hands: A Book of Self-Help Therapy (with Sheila Ernst, 1981) (also published in French, German, and Danish)
  • Death, Women, and the Sun: Symbolism of Regeneration in Early Aegean Religion (1989)
  • Moving Heaven and Earth: Sexuality, Spirituality and Social Change (1990)
  • The Dreams of Women: Exploring and Interpreting Women's Dreams (1996) (also published in Spanish)
  • (as editor, with Christine Morris) Ancient Goddesses: The Myths and the Evidence (1998)
  • Holy Trees and other Ecological Surprises (2010, Just Press)

References

  1. ^ Cullen, Tracey; Goodison, Lucy (Winter 1991). "Death, Women, and the Sun: Symbolism of Regeneration in Early Aegean Religion by Lucy Goodison (Review)". Journal of Field Archaeology. 18 (4): 498–501. doi:10.2307/530412. JSTOR 530412. 
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