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The feature of Cynocephaly describes the head of a pet dog on a body. Cynocephali also figure in Christian world-views. In the Eastern Orthodox Church, specific symbols secretly determine Saint Christopher with the head of a pet dog. The German diocesan and poet Walter of Speyer depicted St. Christopher as a giant of a cynocephalic species in the land of the Chananeans who ate human flesh and barked. In Anglo-Saxon England, the Old English word wulfes heafod wolf's head was a technological term for a criminal, that could be eliminated as if he were a wolf. The next lines of the rhyme point out a fight with a personality named Garwlwyd; a Gwrgi Garwlwyd shows up in one of the Welsh Triads, where he is defined as though scholars have reviewed him as a werewolf. The Chinese legend of Fu Xi included variations where he had a pet head, or he and his sister Nu Wa had unsightly faces. Not a reality understood to many, are the many tales of pet dog headed men from different societies worldwide.

Possibly the earliest instance of Cynocephaly is the Egyptian god Anubis. Anubis was a god of death and the underworld.

Saint Christopher with the head of a dog Images of cynocephaly continued through medieval society in a publication called Historia gentis Langobardorum, written by Paul the Deacon. Also the stories of King Arthur describe cynophaly, as King Arthur's males deal with thousands of cynophalic animals, and the tales change into stories including monsters.

Historian Li Yanshou explains a pet dog kingdom in The History of Northern Dynasties. We're the only Pop Archaeology site combining scientific study with out-of-the-box perspectives.

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Also a brief appearance at world mythologies suggests that he was on to something.

Cynocephaly, as it is called, even bent its way into Christianity-in the iconography of the Eastern Church, St. Christopher is often represented as a guy with a canine face.

There is something deep in human psychology that wishes to stick an animal's head on a human body. The DJ at a dance club is often compared to a tribal medicine man. Hence, Gombrich would most likely not be amazed to learn that the figure of the animal-headed human has been appearing in club music and synthpop iconography with increasing regularity. A neolithic cavern painter might have really felt right in your home.

The quality of Cynocephaly describes the head of a pet on a body. Old Egyptian gods Hapi and Anubis were both shown in the cynocephaly form, with a body and a canine's head, or in the case of Anubis, a jackal. The Eastern Orthodox Church checked out Saint Christopher as having the head of a pet, which may have been the result of a misinterpretation of words Cananeus to say canineus, or pooch.

Saint Christopher with the head of a dog Images of cynocephaly continued via middle ages culture in a book called Historia gentis Langobardorum, written by Paul the Deacon. Even the tales of King Arthur refer to cynophaly, as King Arthur's males deal with hundreds of cynophalic animals, and the tales change into tales including monsters. We're the only Pop Archaeology site integrating clinical research with out-of-the-box point of views.

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