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Slavic mythology

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  • Slavic mythology — is the mythological aspect of the polytheistic religion that was practised by the Slavs before Christianisation. The religion possesses many common traits with other religions descended from the Proto Indo European religion. Zbruch Idol. Contents …   Wikipedia

  • List of films based on Slavic mythology — This is a list of movies based on Slavic mythology. * The Humpbacked Horse (1947) USSR * Čudotvorni mač (1950) Serbia * Sadko (1953) USSR * Ilya Muromets (1956) USSR * Jack Frost (1964) USSR * The Tale of Tsar Saltan (1966) USSR * Ruslan and… …   Wikipedia

  • Slavic — and Slavonic are used interchangeably in English, with the former preferred in U.S. English, and the latter in UK English. The Oxford English Dictionary gives citations of Slavonic back to the mid 17th century, whereas it seems that Slavic only… …   Wikipedia

  • Slavic fairies — She devil redirects here. For the 1989 film, see She Devil. Wilis redirects here. For the mountain, see Mount Wilis. For the ballet Les Wilis, see Giselle. Willi redirects here. For other uses, see Wili (disambiguation). Rusałki (1877), by Witold …   Wikipedia

  • Slavic religion — Beliefs and religious practices of the ancient Slavic peoples of East Europe, including the Russians, Ukrainians, Poles, Czechs, Slovaks, Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes. Most Slavic mythologies hold that God ordered the devil to bring up a handful… …   Universalium

  • Slavic dragon — Zmaj redirects here. For the Serbian poet, see Jovan Jovanović Zmaj. Zmey Gorynych, by Viktor Vasnetsov In Slavic mythology, the word “zmey” (Bulgarian and Russian: змей, Macedonian: змеj) and its cognates zmiy …   Wikipedia

  • Slavic peoples — legend|#004040|South SlavicThe Slavic peoples are an ethnic and linguistic branch of Indo European peoples, living mainly in Europe. From the early 6th century they spread from their original homeland (most commonly thought to be in Eastern… …   Wikipedia

  • Slavic Neopaganism — Part of a series of articles on Contemporary Paganism   …   Wikipedia

  • Slavic languages — Infobox Language family name=Slavic region=throughout Eastern Europe familycolor=Indo European fam1=Indo European fam2=Balto Slavic child1=East Slavic child2=South Slavic child3=West Slavic iso2=sla [ legend|#004040|Countries where a South Slavic …   Wikipedia

  • Mythology — For other uses, see Mythology (disambiguation), and Myth (disambiguation). Prometheus (1868) by Gustave Moreau. The myth of Prometheus, first attested by Hesiodus, later became the basis of a trilogy of tragedy plays, possibly by Aeschylus,… …   Wikipedia

  • Lithuanian mythology — is an example of pagan mythology containing archaic elements, developed by Lithuanians throughout the centuries.History of scholarshipThe information about Baltic paganism in general is very sketchy and incomplete. Lithuanians hadn t developed a… …   Wikipedia