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Mythological associations were called in aid of these fancies, as had been done in astrology.
Brahma had his mythological side as Brahm, apparently a development specially intended for his employment in myth.
We might, moreover, have pointed out the care of Aristophanes to maintain this mythological propriety.
His portrait painted by himself is in the Louvre, where are many of his mythological pictures.
A link is thus supplied which carries back the history to the animistic and mythological periods, in this case, prehistoric.
NATURE MYSTICISMJ. EDWARD MERCER
They are sometimes grammatical; but more frequently relate to obscure (at that time) customs or mythological allusions.
The mythological allusions in the following lines are well explained in the notes of Barnes and Seidler.
Mythological divinities and heroes, also, have been very fairly represented on our signboards.
Where women had much to do with agricultural operations they greatly influenced society and religious and mythological ideas.
If the basis of the poem is mythological, we have a further species of the Metrical Romance.

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