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Dinis, even so they present different natural elements. In first cantiga, the basic element is the sea and the waves, of form that are clearly that this cantiga of friend can be classified as barcarola, and in second cantiga the basic element are the flowers of the pines, what test that this cantiga of friend can be classified as pastorela. Finally, it can be concluded that these differences of natural elements in cantigas ' ' Waves of the sea of Vigo' ' ' ' There flowers, there flowers of the green pino' ' , they also bring, symbolic differences, where, in cantiga ' ' Waves of the sea of Vigo' ' the elements ' ' mar' ' ' ' ondas' ' , they show the uncertainty, the anguish lived for a young woman when knowing of the perigos that runs loved its, without knowing if it is alive or died. in ' ' There flowers, there flowers of the green pino' ' , the elements ' ' flower (to blossom) ' ' ' ' pinheiros' ' , they show the opposite of the elements of cantiga previous, therefore they pass to the idea of a wait that will not be in goes, due to certainty of the return of the loved one. REFERENCES CHEVALIER, Jean. Dictionary of symbols: (myths, dreams, customs, gestures, forms, figures, colors, numbers). 4 ed.

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