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In a disconcertingly close relationship we find the "butter mountain" of the European Union markets, the "mountain of olive" from the New Testament, Tannhaeuser's "Venusberg", the postdiluvian "olive branch", the "oil crisis" and god knows what other strange and irrational rituals implied by an obscure iconography.

It seems that the commonplace and its interspace are strangely related to the "cultural field".