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Semargl, Simargl, Semargl-Pereplut is a mythical creature in Slavic mythology. In the Book of Veles he is the father of Skif - the founder of Skifia (Scythia). It is often portrayed as a large dog with wings, a.k.a. a griffin. A legendary creature is a mythical or fantastic creature (often known as fabulous creatures in historical literature). ... Baba Yaga, by Ivan Bilibin. ... The Book of Veles (Veles Book, Vles book, Vlesbook, Isenbecks Planks, Велесова книга, Влес книга, Влескнига, Книга Велеса, Дощечки Изенбека, Дощьки Изенбека) is claimed to be a text of ancient Slavic religion and history. ... Scythian warriors, drawn after figures on an electrum cup from the KulOba kurgan burial near Kerch. ... Roman griffin, Turkey The griffin (also spelled gryphon, gryphen, griffon, griffen, or gryphin) is a legendary creature with the body of a lion and the head of an eagle with the addition of prominent ears, traditionally termed asss ears. The female has the wings of an eagle. ...

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