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This animal is also a favourite mythic form of expression in Merlin's famous prophesy.
Sometimes, in these legends, the very names of the Teutonic mythic personages are preserved.
With the battle of Bravalla the mythic age of Denmark and the North comes to an end.
Of the mythic age I suppose almost every circumstance to have been imported, and adopted; or else to be a fable.
It differs entirely from the Irish legends which I have heard on the subject—and is of a truly mythic character.
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Love became a mythic personage whom philosophy, borrowing from poetry, converted into an efficient cause of creation.
She was either a real character, an early Ninon de l'Enclos, or else a mythic personage euphemized by the romancists.
We were to force an opening by the Marne in order to join the mythic armies of the provinces, and cross the river at Nogent.
There is very little concerning hawks, excepting as regards the great mythic hawk, the Tlă′nuwă′.
For traditions and beliefs in regard to the Uktena, the Uksuhĭ, and other mythic serpents, see under those headings.

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