Category Archives: European Dragons

The Symbolic Meaning of Chinese Dragon Statues

Chinese dragon statues have been associated with the Orient more so than any other figurines or statues. Although mostly thought of as fire-breathing, they can also be depicted breathing ice or poison. For this reason, the dragon is considered a … Continue reading

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Dragon Collectibles Are Not Just For Gifts

When you bring dragon figures into your home, you are taking a step toward establishing an atmosphere of peace and mysticism. While there are many types of dragon collectibles, pewter dragons seem to be the choice of most purists. Their … Continue reading

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Here Be Dragons! Why?

Is there anybody from the age of four onwards on the face of the Earth who isn’t aware of the mythological creature popularly known as the dragon? The exceptions would be so relatively rare that I would have to conclude … Continue reading

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Dragon Pictures Images

Dragon pictures, images and history certainly give us a lot to think about on the topic of dragons. Many stories are told about these amazing and often ferocious animals. Some dragon pictures show an obvious mythical creatures while others are … Continue reading

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Pictures of Dragons

Dragons have been portrayed in many different ways over the centuries. There are many different styles to the varied pictures of dragons. The name itself comes from the Greek word Drakon meaning serpent of huge size or water snake. This … Continue reading

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Dragon Antique Walking Canes

In both the East and West, dragons are a symbol of power. A wizard who can control a dragon or a warrior who can conquer this great creature will command the power of his world. It is sometimes the evil … Continue reading

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The Dragon Tattoo

The┬ámost well known and most popular mythical creature depicted in tattoos is the Japanese dragon. It is more popular than any of the other mythical creatures, such as the phoenix, mermaid or gryphon. This may be due to its shape … Continue reading

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The Dragon and His Grandmother, Part 2

They went into a field, sat down, and the two pulled long faces. An old woman passed by, and asked them why they were so sad. ‘Alas! what have you to do with it? You cannot help us.’ ‘Who knows?’ … Continue reading

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Dragons: Media Magic!

Author: John Hill They fill the air with fire, They soar above the tallest tower, They glisten with emerald-scaled attire They inspire awe and terror whenever they glower…Dragons!! Dragons are more than just creatures of myth; they are beings of … Continue reading

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Dragons Through History

Author: Fran Black The Dragon has played an important part in myths and religions since pre-historic times. The history of dragons goes back at least six thousand years, and there are dragon tales and legends from every continent except Antarctica. … Continue reading

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