Abarĭmon

Abarĭmon

Abarĭmon (a. Geogr.), Gegend in Scythien, deren Bewohner die Füße rückwärts kehrten.


Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.

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  • Abarimon — is the name of a legendary race of people native to a country of the same name. The people of Abarimon had backwards feet, but in spite of this handicap were able to run at great speed. They lived side by side with wild animals and attempts to… …   Wikipedia

  • ABARIMON — Scythiae regio iuxta Imaum montem, in quâ silvestres vivunt homines, aversis post crura plantis eximiae velocitatis, passim cum feris vagantes. Hos in alio non spirare caelo, ideoque ad finitimos reges non pertrahi, neque ad Alexandrum M.… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Mythic humanoids — are mythic creatures that are human like or half human. Contents 1 Elves, fairies, nymphs, little people, and house spirits 2 Part human 3 Monstrous humanoids and goblins 4 …   Wikipedia

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  • Yeti —    For centuries there have been legends of strange man like beasts to be seen in the snow covered mountains of Tibet. The Tibetan name for the snow man is ‘Yeti,’ while the females have been called ‘Ladni.’    The first reports on the snowmen… …   Who’s Who in non-classical mythology


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