1 edition of A Mongolian mythological text found in the catalog.
A Mongolian mythological text
|Statement||S. Dulam, J. Vacek ; edited by M. Kubešová|
|Series||Mongġol soyul-un ciġulġan -- 2|
|Contributions||Vacek, J. (Jaroslav), Kubešová, Marcela|
|LC Classifications||BL1945.M6 D86 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||222 p :|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||2009467470|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dulam, S. Mongolian mythological text. Prague: Charles University, (OCoLC) Document Type. In this book, he shares the exciting stories of his investigations of the Yeti, Mongolian Deathworm, Loch Ness Monster, Orang-Pendak, Ninki-Naka, and more.
The line between myth and reality may be more narrow than you think: Cryptozoologists throughout the years have studied unknown species of reptiles, lake and sea creatures, apes, and hominins/5(8).
Mythological creatures. Aeternae, creatures with bony, saw-toothed protuberances sprouting from their heads.; Alcyoneus, a giant.; Almops, a giant, son of the god Poseidon and the half-nymph Helle.; Aloadae, a group of giants who capture the god Ares.; Amphisbaena, a serpent with a head at each end.; Arae, female daemons of curses, called forth from the underworld.
A Mongolian mythological text / S. Dulam, J. Vacek ; Charles University Prague. Date: Editeur / Publisher: Prague: Charles University, Type: Livre / Book Langue / Language: anglais / English Langue / Language: mongol / Mongolian Catalogue Worldcat.
Mongols-- Mythologie. Classification Dewey: Dulam, Sèndènžavyn () (Auteur / author). Tengrism, also known as Tengriism, Tenggerism, or Tengrianism, is an ancient and medieval Central Asian–Eurasian Steppe sky god Tengri-centered state religion as well as a number of modern Turko-Mongolic native religious movements and teachings.
It was the prevailing religion of the Turks and Mongols (including Bulgars and Xiongnu), Huns, and, possibly, the Manchus and Magyars, as the. The material discussed here is part of the records of the Hungarian-Mongolian Expedition for the Research on Dialects and Folk Culture.
One of the main aims of the expedition was to investigate the relics of the traditional Mongolian folk culture and to document its present-day transformation.
The folk religious practices are vivid among many ethnic groups in Mongolia and their pantheon is a. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
From the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs to the oral tradition of Inuits and urban legends of the present day, mythical creatures are an integral part of any folklore or mythological account.
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This was the book that first brought creatures of mythology into my life, and the descriptions and stories about said creatures were extraordinarily useful for bringing the illustrations to life. The creatures and the information are a bit scattered throughout the book due to its scrapbook design, but that helps to make the book seem more "real"/5(35).
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