Translation for 'mythologic' from English to Czech
ADJ   mythologic | more mythologic | most mythologic
SYNO fabulous | mythic | mythical | ...
mythologic {adj}mytologický
mythologic {adj}bájeslovný
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Translation for 'mythologic' from English to Czech

mythologic {adj}

Usage Examples English
  • The Lacedaemonids contain Greeks from the age of legend, now treated as being the Bronze Age in Greece. In the language of mythologic descent, the kingship passed from the Leleges to the Greeks.
  • Antonio Maria Vassallo (c. 1620-1664/1673) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, active mainly in Genoa, and painting mythologic scenes and still lifes.
  • He painted frescoes (starting 1574) on mythologic themes including a "Judgement of Paris", "Stories from the Aenid", and others, in collaboration with Giovanni Antonio Pandolfi in the "Palazzo della Corgna" in Castiglione del Lago.
  • Penglai Island, or Mount Penglai, is a mythologic island where the immortals lived.
  • Stanislao Campana (1794 – 1864) was an Italian painter, depicting historic-mythologic and sacred subjects.

  • He painted mythologic and historic canvases, but is best known for his interpretations of literary subjects including Dante, an enterprise to which he dedicated decades.
  • Michele Plancher (1808 – 1888) was an Italian painter, depicting historic-mythologic and sacred subjects.
  • He learned early from Giovanni Tosolini, but was mainly self-trained. He painted landscapes and historic, mythologic, and religious subjects.
  • Giovanni Gaibazzi (1808 – 1888) was an Italian painter, depicting mythologic and sacred subjects, as well as portraits.
  • The interiors are extensively frescoed with mythologic themes (dated to 1577).

  • Ignazio Villa (19th century) was an Italian sculptor of mainly mythologic and sacred scenes, as well as portraits.
  • On the contrary, the jaga mohan is highly decorated with sculptures of deities, mythologic scenes or ornements.
  • Andrea Pozzi (1778–1833) was an Italian painter, active mainly in his native Rome, as a painter of religious and mythologic histories.
  • Galgano Perpignani (1694 – 1770) was an Italian painter, active in painted sacred and mythologic subjects.
  • Oreste Recchione (September 30, 1841 – November 10, 1904) was an Italian painter, mainly of landscapes but also of religious and mythologic paintings.

  • Cesare Fracassini (or Fracassi; December 18, 1838 – December 13, 1868) was an Italian painter, mainly of large mythologic or religious topics.
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