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Griffins

written by: Phreekshow
 
Griffins are magnificent mythical and monstrous beasts that remained alive in legend and folklore through the ages! Third only to Dragons and Unicorns, griffins are revered and reviled for their strength, ferocity, and loyalty. They are so revered that they became one of the most popular Heraldic symbols!

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In Christianity the griffin has been used as a symbol for Jesus Christ.
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The griffin in this image appeared in a famous book by Lewis Carroll.
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In medieval lore the griffin is said to give birth to live offspring.
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The mythological griffin was said to be half lion and half hawk.
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A griffin with the forelegs of a lion instead of an eagle is called a “gramon.”
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The name Griffin is increasing in popularity as a baby name.
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Griffins are often used in delcramy, the art of crest making.
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A hippogriff is said to be the cross between a griffin and a horse.
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In ancient Persia the griffin was known as the Homa.
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Griffins were associated with the Greek hero Hercules.
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