mythologic


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Synonyms for mythologic

of or existing only in myths

Synonyms for mythologic

based on or told of in traditional stories

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demands made by the mythologic of the rape narrative, killing her.
On occasion they spoke through the voices of historic or mythologic personages.
A fact truly & absolutely stated is taken out of the region of commonsense and acquires a mythologic or universal significance.
The mythologic project, notably undertaken by Northrop Frye, Abrams, and Bloom, in practice added only Blake to the "visionary company" of Wordsworth, Coleridge, Keats and Shelley.
An informative text discusses the historic, mythologic and aesthetic importance of the textiles, as well as the religious, political, sociological and artistic role of the designs in ancient Peruvian society.
Titian's finest works are mythologic narratives, which he likened to visual poetry.
Mythos unit Mythologic Studien zur Religionsgeschichte und Theologie.
He also painted female nudes, whimsical mythologic scenes, and religious images containing contemporary everyday features.
The "wild rhetoric" of Golemba's title is his term for a kind of writing that is indeterminate, elusive, ambiguous, mythologic, multisignificant, and "open" in the sense that it contains gaps, silences, contra-dictions, qualifications, puns, fanciful etymologies and other kinds of word play.
Potter received early instruction from his father, a noteworthy landscape and figure painter, and from Nicolaes Moeyaert and others, who painted biblical and mythologic scenes.
Glass, ceramic, marble or limestone, shells, pebbles, enamel, ivory, mother-of-pearl, gold, painted and semiprecious stones--in the most refined form especially cut into hard cubes known as tesserae--were set at different angles and depths and arranged into tactile patterns depicting mythologic subjects, everyday or theatrical scenes, and many other themes to adorn architectural structures.
A monster sent by the gods to ravage the vineyards" is how the Calydonian boar was described in mythologic accounts.
The iconography, a melange of realistic, biblical, and mythologic subjects, is animated by the give and take of ordinary people.