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I propose to divide the tales into three classes—Mythological, Humorous, and Nurse-tales.
It was hung with gold and silk tapestry, representing mythological figures and the windows had curtains to match.
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On the ceiling he could faintly see the mythological figures; he extended his hand, and felt the sculptured bed.
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He had been down into the bottom-most pit of hell, and the sights that he had seen there had withered him up.
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A fabulous Dragon whose mythological ancestry and habitat I am unable to trace.
The naming of children has an intimate connection with the system of mythological agency.
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Reynolds loved to depict his sitters in mythological or historical settings.
As has been indicated, a mythological system must have been strongly influenced by city politics.
The other is a mythological subject of deeper meaning, the death of Procris.
Of course the mining population must furnish its contingent of legends and fables to this mythological repertory.

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