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According to Mircea Eliade, the Middle Ages witnessed " an upwelling of mythical thought " in which each social group had its own " mythological traditions ".
According to Mircea Eliade, one pervasive mythical theme associates heroes with the slaying of dragons, a theme which Eliade traces back to " the very ancient cosmogonico-heroic myth " of a battle between a divine hero and a dragon.
According to Mircea Eliade, many traditional societies have a cyclic sense of time, periodically reenacting mythical events.
According to Mircea Eliade's Encyclopedia of Religion, some of the Nagas of Manipur trace their ancestry from a butterfly.
In September of that year, director and dramatist Cezarina Udrescu staged a multimedia performance based on a number of works Mircea Eliade wrote during his stay in Portugal ; titled Apocalipsa după Mircea Eliade (" The Apocalypse According to Mircea Eliade "), and shown as part of a Romanian Radio cultural campaign, it starred Ion Caramitru, Oana Pellea and Răzvan Vasilescu.
According to the Romanian historian Mircea Eliade, the Calusari were known for " their ability to create the impression of flying in the air " which he believed represented both the galloping of a horse and the dancing of the fairies ( zine ).

According and Eliade
According to Eliade, " eschatological myths " became prominent during the Middle Ages during " certain historical movements ".
According to Eliade, Christianity retains a sense of cyclical time, through the ritual commemoration of Christ's life and the imitation of Christ's actions ; Eliade calls this sense of cyclical time a " mythical aspect " of Christianity.
According to Eliade, these peoples felt a need to return to the Beginning at regular intervals, turning time into a circle.
According to Eliade, the coincidentia oppositorum ’ s appeal lies in " man's deep dissatisfaction with his actual situation, with what is called the human condition ".
According to Eliade, the Hebrews had a linear sense of time before being influenced by Zoroastrianism.
According to Eliade, most religions that accept the cyclic view of time also embrace it: they see it as a way to return to the sacred time.
According to Eliade, Yoga techniques aim at escaping the limitations of the body, allowing the soul ( atman ) to rise above maya and reach the Sacred ( nirvana, moksha ).
According to Eliade, the Cosmic Center is a necessary corollary to the division of reality into the Sacred and the profane.
According to Eliade, traditional societies place their known world at the Center because ( from their perspective ) their known world is the realm that obeys a recognizable order, and it therefore must be the realm in which the Sacred manifests itself ; the regions beyond the known world, which seem strange and foreign, must lie far from the Center, outside the order established by the Sacred.
According to Eliade, heavenly Supreme Beings are actually less common in more advanced cultures.
According to Eliade, one of the most common shamanistic themes is the shaman's supposed death and resurrection.
According to Eliade, this is one manifestation of the shaman's return to " the illud tempus described to us by the paradisiac myths ".
According to Eliade, the purpose of personalities is infinity: " consciously and gloriously bringing to waste, into as many skies as possible, continuously fulfilling and polishing oneself, seeking ascent and not circumference.
According to Eliade, traditional man feels that things " acquire their reality, their identity, only to the extent of their participation in a transcendent reality ".
According to Eliade, " modern nonreligious man assumes a new existential situation ".
According to Eliade, Marxism " takes up and carries on one of the great eschatological myths of the Middle Eastern and Mediterranean world, namely: the redemptive part to be played by the Just ( the ' elect ', the ' anointed ', the ' innocent ', the ' missioners ', in our own days the proletariat ), whose sufferings are invoked to change the ontological status of the world.
According to Eliade, modern man displays " traces " of " mythological behavior " because he intensely needs sacred time and the eternal return.
According to Eliade, this " terror of history " becomes especially acute when violent and threatening historical events confront modern man — the mere fact that a terrible event has happened, that it is part of history, is of little comfort to those who suffer from it.
According to Eliade, Hindus thus escape the terror of history by refusing to see historical time as the true reality.

According and medieval
According to a controversial tradition reported by several medieval sources, Narses, out of spite for having been removed by Justinian's successor Justin II, called the Lombards to Italy.
According to the medieval chronicler John of Worcester, Ealdred was given the see of Ramsbury to administer while Herman remained outside England.
According to the medieval chronicler Geoffrey Gaimar, after the Battle of Stamford Bridge Harold entrusted the loot gained from Harold Hardrada to Ealdred.
According to Geoffrey Keating, the main Beltane fire in medieval Ireland was on the hill of Uisneach, in what is now County Westmeath.
According to Lorena Laura Stookey, " many scholars " see a link between stories in " Irish-Celtic mythology " about journeys to the Otherworld in search of a cauldron of rejuvenation and medieval accounts of the quest for the Holy Grail.
According to Iranian author Nabipour I., in medieval Persia, Avicenna ( 980-1037 ) provided a detailed account on diabetes mellitus in The Canon of Medicine ( c. 1025 ), " describing the abnormal appetite and the collapse of sexual functions and he documented the sweet taste of diabetic urine.
According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, after the cycle of Grail romances was well established, late medieval writers came up with a false etymology for sangréal, an alternative name for " Holy Grail.
According to Polish medieval chronicles, she was sent to Hungary as a bride of the son of King Béla II.
According to genealogist Edward MacLysaght the surname Lundy is from Norman de la Lounde, a name recorded in medieval documents in counties Tipperary and Kilkenny in Ireland.
According to J. K. Rowling, Merlin was born sometime during the medieval era.
According to Bart D. Ehrman, " These scribal additions are often found in late medieval manuscripts of the New Testament, but not in the manuscripts of the earlier centuries.
According to Joseph Anglade, a philologist and specialist of medieval literature who helped impose the then archaic term Occitan as the sole correct name, the word Lemosin was first used to designate the language at the beginning of the 13th century by Catalan troubadour Raimon Vidal de Besalú in his Razós de trobar
According to one chronicler, Richard's last act of chivalry proved fruitless ; in an orgy of medieval brutality, the infamous mercenary captain Mercadier had the crossbowman flayed alive and hanged as soon as Richard died.
According to Jonathan Riley-Smith, Scott's portrayal of Saladin was that of a " modern Century liberal European gentlemen, beside whom medieval Westerners would always have made a poor showing.
According to Robert Henry Nelson, " The medieval Roman Catholic Church operated a far-reaching and comprehensive welfare system for the poor ..."
According to medieval scholar Richard Zeikowitz, the Green Knight represents a threat to homosocial friendship in his medieval world.
According to the legendarium recorded in the 12th-century Gesta Treverorum, the city was founded by an eponymous otherwise unrecorded Trebeta, an Assyrian prince, placing the city's founding legend centuries before and independently of ancient Rome: a medieval inscription on the facade of the Red House in Trier market,
According to medieval sage Rabbi Shlomo Ephraim Luntschitz, author of the Torah commentary Kli Yakar, the complexity of these laws was intended to discourage the consumption of meat.
According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, the name " Veronica " comes from the Latin vera, meaning " true " or " Truthful ", and the Greek eikon, meaning " image "; the Veil of Veronica was therefore largely regarded in medieval times as the " true image ", the truthful representation of Jesus, preceding the Shroud of Turin.
" According to the medieval commentator Uvata, the five tributaries of the Sarasvati were the Punjab rivers Drishadvati, Satudri ( Sutlej ), Chandrabhaga ( Chenab ), Vipasa ( Beas ) and the Iravati ( Ravi ).
According to a tradition dated at least to Virgil's Aeneid, and rediscovered by the medieval commune, it was founded in 1183 BC by the Trojan prince Antenor, who was supposed to have led the people of Eneti or Veneti from Paphlagonia to Italy.
According to a design institute article, " The modern logo and corporate livery have evolved from the battle standard and military uniform of medieval times ".

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