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After 40 days, it was time to emerge from mythology and engage the slightly strange country in which Pavón and Lopez Boada have come to dwell.
The details of our tools, fashions, families, morals and mythologies vary from tribe to tribe and culture to culture, but all living humans show these behaviors.
The quaint ideas associated in mythology with the supernatural generation here referred to have been various.
It was natural that such experiences should find expression in his systems of mythology.
By this term I would designate that period in Japanese history in which mythology and history are so blended as to be inseparable.
The appearance of the lizard-birds, the great winged dragons of mythology, had seemed to prove that the scientist was correct.
The first part of the Elder Edda gives the mythology of the North, while the lays of the heroes are found in its second part.
Asphodel, as′fo-del, n. a kind of lily—in Greek mythology, the peculiar plant of the dead.
It was like the Hesperides of Greek mythology, the western islands where grew the golden apples of immortality.
The latter story, like that of Deucalion and many others in the Greek mythology, probably had its origin in holy scripture.
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