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Keltische Mythologie (u.E.)克爾特神話 克尔特神话
Ägyptische Mythologie (u.E.)埃及神話 埃及神话
Antaios(根据神话,安泰俄斯是大地女神盖亚和海神波塞冬的儿子 - in der griechischen Mythologie Sohn der Gaia (Erde) und des Poseidon) (u.E.) (Bio)安泰俄斯 安泰俄斯
Athene, Pallas Athene, Athene Parthenos (Göttin der griechischen Mythologie) (S, Lit)雅典娜 雅典娜
Bör (Mythologie) (u.E.) (S)包爾 包尔
Chariten (Göttinnen der Anmut, griech. Mythologie) (u.E.) (S, Lit)卡里忒斯 卡里忒斯
Cheiron, Chiron (ein Halbbruder Zeus, griech. Mythologie) (u.E.) (S, Lit)喀戎 喀戎
Chinesische Mythologie (u.E.)中國神話 中国神话
Daphne (Nymphe der gr. Mythologie) (u.E.) (Eig, Lit)達芙妮 达芙妮
Drachenkönig (Regengott in der chin. Mythologie)龍王 龙王
ein schildkrötenähnliches Meerestier (Mythologie) (u.E.)鰲魚 鳌鱼
eine Bestie in der chinesischen Mythologie; Bezeichnung für Gefängnis im Altertum (S, Gesch)狴犴 狴犴
Gaia (Mythologie), Gäa (u.E.) (Eig, Lit)蓋婭 盖娅
Germanische Mythologie (u.E.)北歐神話 北欧神话
Griechische Mythologie (u.E.)希臘神話 希腊神话
Indische Mythologie (u.E.)印度神話 印度神话
japanische Mythologie (u.E.) (S)日本神話 日本神话
Kalypso (eine Tochter des Atlas, griech. Mythologie) (u.E.) (Eig, Lit)卡呂普索 卡吕普索
Kamaitachi (ein Geist in der japanischen Mythologie) (u.E.) (Eig, Lit)窮奇 穷奇
Keltische See (u.E.) (Geo)凱爾特海 凯尔特海
Keltische Sprachen (u.E.)凱爾特語族 凯尔特语族
Keltische Ursprache (u.E.) (Gesch)原始凱爾特語 原始凯尔特语
Kleobis und Biton (ein Brüderpaar in der griechischen Mythologie) (u.E.) (Lit)克琉比斯和比同 克琉比斯和比同
Koios (einer der Titanen der griechischen Mythologie) (u.E.)科俄斯 科俄斯
Kreios (einer der Titanen der griech. Mythologie) (u.E.) (S, Lit)克利俄斯 克利俄斯
Kronos (einer der Titanen, jüngste Sohn der Gaia und Uranus, griech. Mythologie) (u.E.) (Eig, Lit)克洛諾斯 克洛诺斯
Kua Fu (Riese in der Chin. Mythologie) (Eig, Lit)誇父 夸父
Kumbrisch (eine keltische Sprache) (u.E.) (Sprachw)坎伯蘭語 坎伯兰语
Ladon (mehrköpfiger Drache der gr. Mythologie) (u.E.) (Eig, Lit)拉頓 拉顿
Loki, Loge (nordischer Gott, germ. Mythologie) (u.E.)洛基 洛基
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