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Si l'on pense a tout ce qui est propre a la mythologie nationale roumaine.
Many here are sensitive about meddling with maize, the cultivation of which dates back to pre-Hispanic times, when mythologies held that people were created from corn.
The book sets the stage for examining the evolution of Indian culture with a discourse on Indian Mythologies and then moves on to the many aliens, especially the Muslims and the East India Company, who ruled India at different times in history.
Embarking on a bold, exciting musical adventure, Barber brings her compositional sophistication to new heights with Mythologies, a song cycle based on Greek myths where each of the 11 mythological characters in Ovid's Metamorphoses is fleshed out in music.
From my knowledge, Wall's accounts of various mythologies are reasonable, but if one is to use them, reliable sources should be tracked down.
In this alpine hideaway the curator sought to pursue his endless quest for "individual mythologies," and he desperately tried to establish a new order based on the utopia's ideals.
Mirecki became a lightening rod for controversy in November when he announced he would teach a course titled "Special Topics in Religion: Intelligent Design, Creationism and Other Religious Mythologies.
00 1-360-352-0092 The Adventures of Mouse Deer: Tales of Indonesia and Malaysia is a retelling of some of South Asia's most popular folklore, about Mouse Deer, a creature who is small but brave and cunning--in many ways similar to the trickster fox of other mythologies, or Brer Rabbit of more contemporary children's literature.