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Cuca- Brazilian folklore: a witch with the body or face of an alligator. She would kidnap children and carry them over her shoulder in a sac for unknown ...
The trickster figure Reynard the Fox as depicted in an 1869 children's book by Michel Rodange. In mythology ...
For me, Saci is the most famous character of the brazilian folklore.
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Matinta Pereira- Brazilian folklore: an old witch who takes the form of a large bird that lands on walls and rooftops and whi… | Cryptids and myths "M" in ...
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5 Amazing Creatures from Brazilian Folklore
Prince Arthur and the Fairy Queen by Johann Heinrich Füssli, c. 1788
Brazilian Mythology
Saci (Brazilian folklore)
A Kotobuki, a creature consisting of all 12 signs in the Zodiac, from Japanese
Caipora Portuguese pronunciation: [kajˈpɔɾɐ] is an entity of the Tupi-Guarani mythology in Brazil. The word "Caipora" comes from tupi and means "inhabitant ...
Image of Durga, shown riding her tiger and attacking the demon Mahishasura.
#cementary #hag #baba #cmentarna #slavic #culture #folklore #legends. Find this Pin and more on Folklore, Mythology ...
Amazon.com: Brazilian Folktales (World Folklore Series) (9781563089305): Livia Maria M de Almeida, Ana Maria Portella, Margaret Read MacDonald: Books
Polynesian DNA in Brazil
Mythological Creatures
... one-eyed creature who inhabits the Rio S?o Francisco, an 1,800-mile river that runs through the Brazilian states of Minas Gerais, Bahia, Pernambuco, ...
What Is Folklore? - Definition, Legends & Myths - Video & Lesson Transcript | Study.com
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Brazilian folklore image for the story Domingo's Cat from Elsie Spicer Eells' book Tales of. “
Painting by John Bauer of two trolls with a human child they have raised
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The Wendigo is a creature appearing in the mythology of the Algonquian people. Descriptions of the Wendigo vary across culture, but they are generally ...
Francisco Goya, Witches' Sabbath (El aquelarre).
The Power of Myth in Coffee
Painting of Orixas dancing.
LGBT themes in mythology
Mermaids and other Marine Monsters
Baba Yaga (Turkic- Altai- Bulgarian Mythology)
The Forest in Folklore and Mythology: Amazon.co.uk: Alexander Porteous: 9780486420103: Books
The ancient magical Phoenix
Japanese Mythology, Japanese Folklore, Mythological Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Japanese
Amazon.com: Tales From the Rainforest: Myths and Legends From the Amazonian Indians of Brazil (9780880015677): jeanne Wilmot, Mercedes Dorson: Books
yanluo_wang_by_osideris. In Korean mythology ...
Mawile is based on a story about how you shouldn't starve your wife.
Seven Sons, 'The Oath has been Awakened'
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Magical Mermaids of Japanese Folklore
Artwork of a dragon for the Durian-Project of the Blender Foundation
African Diaspora Culture
Tariq ibn Ziyad, Berber Muslim and Umayyad general who led the conquest of Visigothic Hispania
The mapinguari (“roaring animal” or “fetid beast”) is basically the bigfoot of South America. This cryptid is described as a giant smelly beast that can ...
The mythical island of Hy Brasil off the coast of Ireland
5 Honeybee Myths, Legends & Folklore. Honeybees have served as a timeless bridge between the human world and the mystical.
Myths and folklore are very interesting parts of every culture. We can see their reflection on so many things: books, paintings, sculptures, ...
Myths, legends and folklore from Spain
Listing of Were-Creatures/Shape-Shifters from around the world
Anthology of Mythology: A Collection of German Legends
Amazon.com: Brazilian Folktales (World Folklore Series) (9781563089305): Livia Maria M de Almeida, Ana Maria Portella, Margaret Read MacDonald: Books
The Leshy is a male woodland spirit in Slavic mythology believed to protect wild animals and the forests. They usually appear as tall men, ...
Saci is a boy with only one leg and dark skin. He uses a red hat (almost all the times he is also portrayed with red clothes) and he is always with a pipe.
St George and the dragon
Hy-Brasil: The Lost Legendary Island of Ireland – Stair na hÉireann/History of Ireland
Yamato-takeru, a legendary warrior hero of Japan, fought battles against people and
The Existence or Non-Existence of Legendary Creatures and Mythological Creatures
Unicorn Mythology
European Dragon (Greek Mythology)
Witches at Walpurgisnacht (Walpurgis Night)
The Death of King Arthur by John Garrick
Selkies, gems of sea mythology by Gwillieth / DeviantArt
The Creepiest Ghost And Monster Stories From Around The World : Code Switch : NPR
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“The Whistler” is a terrifying man that haunts the Venezuelan and Colombian Llanos region. According to the legend, the ghost is a black-hearted young man ...
Ancient map of Europe dated 1595, showing the island of Hy-Brasil. Image
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Baulding painting.
Kumiho belongs to Korean culture, according to the myth it has to eat the liver of 100 people to take on the form of a person. It's incredibly beautiful and ...
According to native folklore the creature has a series of unnatural characteristics related to other fantastic beings of Brazilian mythology.
werewolf legends
Gamayun (Slavic Mythology)
Reapers -- Thirteen Brothers (Watty Awards Paranormal Story of 2012) by Shim Simplina
The Forest in Folklore and Mythology: Amazon.co.uk: Alexander Porteous: 9780486420103: Books
The Headless Mule, a Brazilian mythical creature whose decapitated head hovers above its body.
Curupira (Brazilian Mythology)
San La Muerte (Saint Death) is a skeletal folk saint that is venerated in Paraguay, the Northeast of Argentina and southern Brazil.
From Greek mythology, the Khrysaor was a boar with wings, whose mother was the