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Mural from the Tepantitla compound showing what has been identified as an aspect of the Great Goddess of Teotihuacan, from a reproduction in the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City.

Mural from the Tepantitla compound showing what has been identified as an aspect of the Great Goddess of Teotihuacan, from a reproduction in the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City.

An aerial view of a group of round barrows and a long barrow at Winterbourne Stoke. Barrows are mounds of earth covering prehistoric tombs. The earliest barrow on this site dates from circa 2100 BC. via English Heritage

An aerial view of a group of round barrows and a long barrow at Winterbourne Stoke. Barrows are mounds of earth covering prehistoric tombs. The earliest barrow on this site dates from circa 2100 BC. via English Heritage

Reconstruction of Teotihuacan mural from the Tepantitla area.

Reconstruction of Teotihuacan mural from the Tepantitla area.

13th century. Bayon style. Created during the reign of Jayavarman VII,  added to by Jayavarman VIII.

13th century. Bayon style. Created during the reign of Jayavarman VII, added to by Jayavarman VIII.

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Sigurd saga rune stone - Sigurd stones - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This rune stone seems to tell the story of Sigurd, who has just slain Fafnir and tasted dragon's blood. The blood allows him to hear the birds warning him about Regin, Fafnir's "serpent-brother", who plans to betray Sigurd and take the dragon's hoard for himself. Sigurd, thus warned, slays Regin and takes the treasure of Fafnir, who was changed to a dragon by a cursed ring.

Sigurd saga rune stone - Sigurd stones - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This rune stone seems to tell the story of Sigurd, who has just slain Fafnir and tasted dragon's blood. The blood allows him to hear the birds warning him about Regin, Fafnir's "serpent-brother", who plans to betray Sigurd and take the dragon's hoard for himself. Sigurd, thus warned, slays Regin and takes the treasure of Fafnir, who was changed to a dragon by a cursed ring.

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