Swiatowit, aka Svantevit prehistoric four-faced leading deity of ancient Slavs. The 8-foot-tall limestone idol was found in the Zbruc river – once eastern Poland, now western Ukraine. Brought to Krakow in 1851, nowadays it ranks among the most treasured exhibits of the city’s Museum of Archeology at 3 Poselska St. Experts date the idol to the 9th c. or later and believe the square column 2.57m tall, 0.32m long, and 0.29 m wide, shows pagan cosmology of some forgotten Slavic tribe

Swiatowit (Svantevit) prehistoric four-faced leading deity of ancient Slavs…

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Богатырь / Gigantic hero of Russian legend and mythology, Bogatyr and his steed.

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Svyatogor (Russian: Святого́р) is a Kievan Rus' mythical bogatyr (knight/hero) from bylinas. His name is a derivation from the words "sacred mountain". Svyatogor's tale, Ilya Muromets and Svyatogor, is a part of the Ilya Muromets cycle.  After becoming a bogatyr of knyaz Vladimir the Bright Sun (Владимир Красное Солнышко, Vladimir Krasnoye Solnyshko), Ilya rides off to challenge Svyatogor, despite being forewarned not to do so by pilgrims who had miraculously healed him.

Svyatogor- Russian myth: is the giant-warrior. His name is a derivation from the words "sacred mountain". He and his mighty steed are so large that, when they ride forth, the crest of his helmet sweeps away the clouds.

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