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the raven represent dispair and regret
The raven represents hopelessness
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No, it is not mythology. It is fiction, based on aspects of legends.
Yes, there is a thing like werefox in the mythology and legends. Can you please tell me more? What culture(s) has/have legends about werefoxes? Are there any specific legends you can tell me? At least give me a link to a website where I can find out more!
The Raven is considered in most Native American mythology as a trickster and a creating god. It is said that the Raven also helped the Norse god Oden to find out information on the world of both the living and the dead.
A Raven represents magic, Knowledge, and creation.
It represents lost love and death.
Eoin Neeson has written: 'Celtic Myths and Legends' -- subject(s): Celtic Mythology, Celts, Folklore, Legends, Mythology, Celtic 'Aspects of parallelism in Japanese and Irish character and culture' -- subject(s): Civilization, Irish National characteristics, Japanese National characteristics, National characteristics, Irish, National characteristics, Japanese 'Celtic myths and legends' -- subject(s): Celts, Legends, Celtic Mythology, Folklore 'The first book of Irish myths and legends' -- subject(s): Deirdre (Legendary character), Legends 'A history of Irish forestry' -- subject(s): Forests and forestry, History 'The Second Book of Irish Myths and Legends' -- subject(s): Celtic Mythology, Legends, Mythology, Celtic
You can produce a book of folk tales, mythology and legends and copyright the book. You cannot copyright the story itself, only your version of it.
William Reid has written: 'The Haida legend of the raven and the first humans' -- subject(s): Legends, Haida Indians, Indians of North America 'The raven steals the light' -- subject(s): Folklore, Haida Indians, Tales, Haida mythology, Indians of North America
I have no idea who Beast Boy is, but in Northern native mythology Raven is the creator.
The Mythology of Geeks :-) I think you might mean Greek Mythology which is myths and legends about Greek Gods and warriors. They might be true but it is unlikely.
The raven in Norse mythology stands for 'thought' and 'memory'; Odin had one on each shoulder, Hugin and Mugin.
The answer is Pandora.
gaea and pandora represent math
There is no "greek mythology symbol". There are only many symbols that represent things related to Greek Mythology.
Eshu in Yaruba Mythology or Wakdjunga in Winnebago mythology
In mythology, boy faeries. Famous Christmas legends, Santa helpers.
Yes, the Native Americans have their own set of Myths and Legends.
Richard S. Lambert has written: 'Myths, legends & fables' -- subject(s): Fables, Greek, Greek Fables, Greek Mythology, Juvenile literature, Legends, Mythology, Greek
Dictionary: the body of stories associated with a culture or institution or person. ---- Technically speaking, "mythology" is a collection of stories that serve as explanations of the workings of the world, but it has come to mean the historical legends and folklore of a society, including creation and gods. The term is usually applied to the gods and goddesses such as "Greek Mythology", or "Norse mythology." Mythology consists of legends or stories that provide a common system of beliefs. The Greeks worshipped the gods of their mythology.
Veronica Ions has written: 'Myths and legends of India' -- subject(s): Indic Tales 'The World's Mythology in Color' 'Mythology - Hamlyn History' 'Egyptian Mythology' 'The world's mythology in colour' -- subject(s): Mythology
John Lindow has written: 'Viking Ships' 'Myths and Legends of the Vikings' 'Scandinavian mythology' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Mythology, Norse, Norse Mythology