The opening of the exhibition “Angùli – Sardinia and the Cosmic Egg”
Here’s the opening of the exhibition “Angùli – L’Uovo Cosmico e la Sardegna” (“Angùli – Sardinia and the Cosmic Egg”) and the related conference “The 9 names of God in Sardinia” in a photo reportage. The conference has been held by the linguist Salvatore Dedola and moderated by Nicola Marongiu (you can find an excerpt from the full video here).
“Angùli – L’Uovo Cosmico e la Sardegna” has been opened on december 22nd at 6:30 PM, in Oristano, at the “San Martino” Theatre. The linguist Salvatore Dedola started his report with an introduction to the links between cosmogonical myths characterized by a Cosmic Egg, the Tombe dei Giganti (Giants’ Tombs) and their symbology, as well as the so called “Pani de is Bagadius” (a Sardinian ritual bread from Siurgus Donigala, Cagliari). Dedola inspired the audience talking about the origin and the meanings of various terms, toponyms and expressions typical of the Sardinian language such as “Deu”, “Nannai”, “Cazzu”, “Palau” and so on.
Photo reportage: Cinzia Carrus and Nicola Marongiu