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Mythology Of World Encompasses Various Creatures In It. These creatures are completely from those we see in normal life. However, one animal which is found most in ancient world history is horse. Horses have been most important part of various mythologies, whether it is Chinese or Greek or Turkish or Asian. Various forms of horse have pages of history. Here is list of few famous mythical horses in world: unicorn is one of most important creatures of mythical stories. Unicorn can describe horse which has horn on his head, goats beard and cloven hooves. Unicorn Was Amongst Creatures Which Were Friendly To Humans And Posed No Harm To Them. It was also said unicorns horn has magical effect of neutralising effect of poison. Unicorns first appear in descriptions of valley civilisations. Horse Is Famous Because Of Its Master, Alexander Great. Since Alexander was no ordinary man, how could he ride something so ordinary, so Bucephalus was Horse for him? Horse Was Off Spring Of Most Powerful Horse In That Area. Horse Was So Wild And Ferocious That It Could Be Handled Just By Alexander. Horse Has Resemblance To Ox As It Bear Two Horns. Also, horse was man eating Monster. Korean mythology gives rise this famous mythical Horse in China's ancient history. Literal Meaning Of Chollima Is Thousand Ri Horses. Here there was unit of measurement which was equivalent to 311 miles or approx. 500 kms. Horses Can Travel Such Long Distances And Thus Be Very Fast And Swift. It was so fast it could not be ridden by any mortal human being. It was analogous to western Pegasus version. It is also name of national football team of Korea. Kelpies were one amongst beautiful breathtaking horses of mythological times. Horses Had Magical Powers Of Changing Shapes And Were Haunting Rivers And Other Water Bodies Of Scotland. They were not known to be friendly to humans, more they were man-eaters, and they lure small kids and later ate them. They use to mate with other mortal horses and off springs had hooves of golden colour. These off springs hide deep inside waters when they any sort of danger. Tulpar is also one of most important mythological horses in ancient history. Tulpar has its origin ancient Turkey mythology. They have also appeared some Asian mythological stories. According to one Asian legend, Tuvan hero uses Tulpars remain to invent fiddle. Creature Has Horse Body And Birds ' Wings, Which Are Symbolic Of Hunting In Central Asia. Kazakhstan and Mongolia have on their state emblems. Tulpar is said to be analogous to of western mythology. Hippogriff Is Amalgamation Of Eagles ' Face And Wings And Horse's Body.

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9. Tulpar - Ancient Turkey

There are many popular and famous horses that can be found in forms of mythology. Here are their names. 2. Balius, name of immortal horse. Horse Was Given As Gift By Poseidon, God Of Horses. 3. Centaur, this famous creature from Greek which is half-human and half-horse. 4. Dora, name of horse of Durad Senkovic. 5. Embarr, this mythical horse, to Niamh and Lugh. 6. Enbarr, mythical horse Irish mythology. Enbarr means aimaginationa. 7. Epona, this is name of Gaulish horse Goddess. 12. Hengroen, this is mythical of King Arthur. 13. Nuggle, in Shetland folklore, this is name of mythical water horse. 14. Pegasus, most famous flying horse owned by in Greek mythology. 15. Polkan, this is half-human and half-horse mythical creature from Russian folktales. 16. Sterope, this is mythical horse of Sun God Helios. 17. Tianma, in Chinese folklore, is name of flying horse. 18. Tulpar, is winged horse from Turkish mythology. 19. Uchchaihshravas, this is horse from Hindu mythology. It is seven head winged horse. 20. Veillantif, in French legend, this horse was by Roland Paladin. 21. Widow-Maker, ANOTHER mythological horse. This is horse of mythical cowboy, Pecos Bill. 22. Xanthus, this is immortal horse gifted by Poseidon to hero Peleus. 23. Zelenko, This is mythical horse Daman Jugovic.

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1. Pegasus - Ancient Greece

Long ago, African Kingdom of Ethiopia was ruled by King named Cepheus and his queen Cassiopeia. Royal Couple Had Daughter, Andromeda. One day, queen boasted about her beauty before inhabitants of sea-Nereids. Nereids become very angry because they believe themselves most beautiful creatures in world. They complain to their father, god of seas, Poseidon, that he should punish her. Mighty Lord Of Seas Sent Huge Sea Monster To Ravage Coast Of Ethiopia, Including Vain Queen. Desperate King asks for guidance Apollo in Delphi. Oracle Advised That No Respite Will Be Found Until King And Queen Sacrifice Their Daughter To Monster. To appease Poseidon, Cepheus and Cassiopeia offer, reluctantly, their beloved daughter to be eaten by monster. Beautiful Andromeda was chained on rock and awaiting her fate. Meanwhile, great hero Perseus was returning from having slain Medusa, riding winged horse, Pegasus, high in sky. Passing over Ethiopia, he saw Andromeda chain on rock and immediately fell in with her. As monster was approaching to devour Andromeda, brave Perseus started fighting it; their fight lasted for long time. Finally, Perseus use deadly look of Medusa's severe head, petrifying huge monster which fell in and become island. Perseus frees Andromeda from her chains and takes her back to palace of Cepheus where they get marry. They live together happily, seven sons and two daughters. After Andromedas Death, goddess Athena places her among constellations in northern sky, near Perseus and Cassiopeia. Related Tour Create Your Own Myth in Learn more

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