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Spanish mythology

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Spanish mythology

Spanish mythology would encompass all the sacred myths of the cultures in the region of Spain. They include Galician mythology, Asturian mythology, Cantabrian mythology, Catalan mythology and Basque mythology. They also include the myths and religions of the Celts, Celtiberians, Iberians, Milesians, Carthaginians, Suebi, Visigoths, Spaniards, Moors of Spain, and some Roman and Greek mythology.


  • General 1
  • Ancient Hispania 2
  • Reconquista 3
  • Andalucia 4
  • Asturia 5
  • Cantabrian mythology 6
  • Catalan 7
  • Galicia 8
  • Basque 9
  • References 10
  • External links 11


Ancient Hispania




Cantabrian mythology




Main article: Basque mythology


  1. ^ The Fairy Mythology: Celts and Cymry: The Daughter of Peter de Cabinam
  2. ^ The Fairy Mythology: Celts and Cymry: Pepito el Corcovado
  3. ^ Cantabria Joven - Mitología - Genios y Otros seres
  4. ^ Cantabria Joven - Mitología - Duendes y Seres Traviesos
  5. ^ The Fairy Mythology: Celts and Cymry: Origin of the House of Haro

External links

  • Cantabria joven mitología
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