Traducción de mythology en Español:


mitología, n.

Pronunciación /mɪˈθɒlədʒi//məˈθɑlədʒi/

nombrePlural mythologies

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    mitología femenino
    Norse/Greek mythology la mitología nórdica/griega
    • For example, Artemis and Diana is the same goddess but are of two mythologies.
    • In the mythologies that have come down to us, many cultures express this as a sexual union.
    • Such views stem from the fact that some famous characters from Ancient Greek mythology have their origins in Thrace.
    • These books are the primary source for our knowledge of the most ancient Indian mythology, forming the basis for the development of Hinduism.
    • Dragons are winged beings portrayed in the ancient mythologies of most cultures.
    • Many mythologies seem to feature an apocalyptic or transformational event that will occur at the ‘end of history’.
    • Pilgrims are treated to plays enacted from stories of Hindu mythology, featuring the well known adventures of gods and heroes.
    • Tonight she will consider the differing beliefs and customs relating to death practices from a selection of cultures and mythologies.
    • The history of ancient Greece and Greek mythology that I studied in high school and college all came alive for me on this trip.
    • I've always been interested in the ancient American mythologies of the Inca, Maya, and Aztec, and the ancient mythos of the Greeks and Egyptians.
    • The legend of the lost continent or island of Atlantis occurs in the mythologies of many parts of Europe.
    • In ancient Greek mythology, images of snakes are generally evil and scary, like the Hydra, a large snake with nine heads.
    • One of the best known of the Greek mythologies is the tale of Icarus.
    • There are numerous mythologies in which the God is sacrificed as grain or as vegetation in general to feed the people.
    • Now in many other mythologies you can find gods that have parallels with Athena.
    • Sacrifice is a universal religious act, one closely associated with the mythologies of particular traditions.
    • Ancient mythologies preserved this knowledge in story form.
    • After breakfast he strolls through deserted lanes before retiring to his drawing room to read about archaeology, Greek mythology, and biographies.
    • The idea that the universe had a beginning is common to various religions and mythologies.
    • We can see its beginnings in Greek mythology with the story of Prometheus.