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Cinder by *neondragon Olá amigos! A exposição de hoje tem a mitológica Fênix como tema. Trata-se de um pássaro da mitologia grega qu...

Rei Benedito II of Portus Unido (October 25, 1098-February 14, 1177; Reigned July 23, 1142-February 14, 1177). He was more famed as a Knight, Soldier,  Swordsman,  Fencer,  Jouster,  & Horseman.  He was celebrated.  He, however was a poor regnant where he played favourites & was very corrupt.  He was known by the name, "O rei torto".

Rei Benedito II of Portus Unido (October 25, 1098-February 14, 1177; Reigned July 23, 1142-February 14, 1177). He was more famed as a Knight, Soldier, Swordsman, Fencer, Jouster, & Horseman. He was celebrated. He, however was a poor regnant where he played favourites & was very corrupt. He was known by the name, "O rei torto".

Litterae ducales donationis ad monasterium Sanctae Mariae Gratiarum, MS M.434 fol. 1r - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum

Litterae ducales donationis ad monasterium Sanctae Mariae Gratiarum, MS M.434 fol. 1r - Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts - The Morgan Library & Museum

This adorable chalkboard.

24 Of The Most Beautiful Wedding Cakes Of 2014

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how-to-ice-a-cake - Once Wed

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Blaze~Strong~Warrior~ Mate:Phoebe~No offspring yet~Brave~Loves to fly~Honest~29 moons~

New Facts You Don’t Know about the Legend of the Phoenix

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Chinese dragons are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology and folklore, with mythic counterparts among Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese and Turkic dragons. In Chinese art, dragons are typically portrayed as long, scaled, serpentine creatures with four legs. In contrast to European dragons that are considered evil, Chinese dragons traditionally symbolize potent and auspicious powers, particularly control over water, rainfall, and floods.

Chinese dragons are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology and folklore, with mythic counterparts among Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese and Turkic dragons. In Chinese art, dragons are typically portrayed as long, scaled, serpentine creatures with four legs. In contrast to European dragons that are considered evil, Chinese dragons traditionally symbolize potent and auspicious powers, particularly control over water, rainfall, and floods.

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