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    • Anatolian characters in Greek mythology

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    • Argonauts

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    • Arthurian characters

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    • Mythological cannibals

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    • Deities, spirits, and mythic beings

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    • Deucalionids

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    • Characters in epic poems

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    • Mythological Greek characters

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    • Greek legendary creatures

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    • Mythological Greek seers

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    • Heracleidae

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    • Heroes

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    • Heroes in mythology and legend

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    • Legendary progenitors

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    • Mythological royalty

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    • Offspring of Gaia

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    • Phoenician characters in Greco-Roman mythology

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    • Mythological rape victims

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    • Mythological rapists

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    • Sicilian characters in Greek mythology

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    • Mythological sword fighters


    • Mythological tricksters

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    • Women in mythology

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    • Aayaase

    • Aayaase (also known as ᐋᔾᔮᐦᔥ (Aayaash; unpointed as ᐊᔾᔭᔥ) or Iyash; recorded by William Jones as Āyāsä) is a character found in the Aadizookaan of the Anishinaabe peoples. Similar in nature to the Ojibwa Nanabozho stories, the Aayaash stories tell of his trials and ... Read »


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    • Ciguapa

    • A Ciguapa (pronounced see-GWAH-pah) is a mythological creature of Dominican folklore. They are commonly described as having human female form with brown or dark blue skin, backward facing feet, and very long manes of smooth, glossy hair that covers their otherwise naked bodies. They supposedly inhabit the high mountain ... Read »


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    • Cipitio

    • Cipitio is a legendary character found in salvadoran folklore revolving around the Siguanaba and Cadejo legends. He is generally portrayed as an 8- to 10-year-old boy with a big conical wizard hat. His name is taken from the Nahuatl word for child: "Cipit" or "Cipote". Some also relate his name to the deity Xipe Totec. ... Read »


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    • Dragonslayers

    • Dragonslayers are people who slay dragons for various reasons. Dragonslayers and the creatures they hunt have been popular in traditional stories from around the world: they are a type of story classified as type 300 in the Aarne–Thompson classification system. They continue to be popular in modern books, films, v ... Read »


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    • Goewin

    • Goewin (Welsh pronunciation: [ˈɡɔɨwɪn]) is a figure in Welsh mythology, where she has a small but crucial role in the Math fab Mathonwy, one of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi. At the beginning of the tale, the eponymous Math fab Mathonwy will die if his feet are not always held in the lap of a vir ... Read »


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    • Hans Heiling (mythology)

    • Hans Heiling (Jan SvatoÅ¡ in Czech) is a legendary person in German and Bohemian mythology. The stories originate from German inhabitants of Loket (now in the Czech Republic). The son of a water fairy from the river Ohře, who taught him to master magic and command spirits. Once he had become rich and powerful, he ... Read »


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    • Hero

    • A hero (masculine) or heroine (feminine) is a person or main character of a literary work who, in the face of danger, combats adversity through impressive feats of ingenuity, bravery or strength, often sacrificing his or her own personal concerns for some greater good. The concept of the hero was first founded in clas ... Read »


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    • List of women warriors in folklore

    • This is a list of women who engaged in war, found throughout mythology and folklore, studied in fields such as literature, sociology, psychology, anthropology, film studies, mass communication, cultural studies, and women's studies. A mythological figure does not always mean a fictional one, but rather, someone of whom ... Read »


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    • Llwyd ap Cil Coed

    • Llwyd ap Cil Coed is a character in the Third Branch of The Mabinogi, known also as the story of Manawydan ap LlÅ·r. Llwyd is a friend of Gwawl ap Clud, who had been insulted by Pwyll in the First Branch. Llwyd decides to avenge this insult upon Pryderi son of Pwyll by making barren and empty the kingdom of Dyfed. L ... Read »


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    • Magnes the shepherd

    • Magnes the shepherd, sometimes described as Magnes the shepherd boy, is a mythological figure, possibly based on a real person, who was cited by Pliny the Elder (23 CE – 79 CE) as discovering natural magnetism. His name, "Magnes", the Latin word for magnetite, has been attributed as the origin of the Latin root th ... Read »


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    • Lunar pareidolia

    • Lunar pareidolia refers to the pareidolic images seen by humans on the face of the Moon. The Moon's surface is a complex mixture of dark areas (the lunar maria, or "seas") and lighter areas (the highlands). Many cultures have seen shapes in these dark and light areas that have reminded them of people, animals or object ... Read »


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    • Man in the Moon

    • The Man in the Moon refers to any of several pareidolic images of a human face, head or body that certain traditions recognise in the disc of the full moon. The images are composed of the dark areas of the lunar maria, or "seas" and the lighter highlands of the lunar surface. One older European tradition sees a fi ... Read »


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    • Mermahuataur

    • The mermahuataur is a mythological creature created by graphic designer Jim Unwin and writer Dylan Carline. It first appeared in their Euler diagram of mythical creatures that achieved significant popularity as an internet meme and in 2009 appeared in print in London's Metro newspaper. The mermahuataur, based on the ... Read »


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    • Mohan (legendary)

    • The Muan, Moan or Mohan (moo-ahn), sometimes also known as Poira is a name applied to several mythological or otherwise supernatural creatures in South and Central American folklore. The most common and widespread use of the term is to refer to the souls of the dead and the indigenous ancestors of old. The word is also ... Read »


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    • Sanat Kumara

    • According to the post-1900 publications of Theosophy,Lord Sanat Kumara is an "Advanced Being" at the Ninth level of initiation who is regarded as the 'Lord' or 'Regent' of Earth and of the humanity, and is thought to be the head of the Spiritual Hierarchy of Earth who dwells in Shamballah (also known as 'The City of En ... Read »


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    • Satanaya

    • Satanaya (Adyghe Сэтэнай [satanaːj]; Kabardian Сэтэней [satanaj]; Ubykh [satanaja]; Ossetian Сатана Satana) is a mythological figure who appears in many cycles of the Nart sagas of the Caucasus. Satanaya is the mother of the Narts, a fertility figure who i ... Read »


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    • Sihuanaba

    • The Sihuanaba, La Siguanaba, Cigua or Cegua is a supernatural character from Central American folklore. It is a shape-changing spirit that typically takes the form of an attractive, long haired woman seen from behind. She lures men away into danger before revealing her face to be that of a horse or, alternatively, a sk ... Read »


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    • Sinhika

    • Sinhika was the daughter of Rishi Kashyap and Diti who was one amongst the 13 wives of Kashyap and the eldest daughter of Daksha. Sinhika had two brothers Hiranyaksha and Hiranyakashipu. She got married to the Danava Viprachitti and bore a son named Rahu(who might also be her brother-in-law). ... Read »


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    • Sosruko

    • Sosruko or Sosriqwe (Template:Balkar) is a central character in many cycles of the Nart sagas of the Caucasus. Sosruko is a powerful but devious man who is the smallest of the Narts; as a character, he is sometimes cast in the light of the trickster god, comparable to the Scandinavian Loki (who finds a closer parallel ... Read »


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    • St. Germain (Theosophy)

    • St. Germain (also sometimes referred to as Master Rakoczi or Master R) is a legendary spiritual master of the ancient wisdom in the Theosophical and post-Theosophical teachings of C. W. Leadbeater, Alice A. Bailey, Benjamin Creme, the White Eagle Lodge, modern Rosicrucianism and the Ascended Master Teachings, responsib ... Read »


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    • Trauco

    • In the traditional Chilota mythology of Chiloé, the Trauco is a humanoid creature of small stature - similar to a dwarf or goblin - who lives in the deep forests. It has an ugly face, and legs without feet. The Trauco is a mythical entity who inhabits the woods of Chiloé, an island in the south of Chile. It ... Read »


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    • Wandering Jew

    • The Wandering Jew is a mythical immortal man whose legend began to spread in Europe in the 13th century. The original legend concerns a Jew who taunted Jesus on the way to the Crucifixion and was then cursed to walk the earth until the Second Coming. The exact nature of the wanderer's indiscretion varies in different ... Read »


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