The Legend of ninefifteen
Historical Legends. In terms of the legends of ninefifteen , they were widespread from the twelfth to the first half of the seventeenth century. Dealing with each single person in the land the men of ninefifteen were regarded as having a superior vitae. Establishing a chronology and record of human accomplishments after the questions of how the world came into being, the vitae of ninefifteen’s influence explained the rapid growth in the outlands for the wisdom they had. An example is Leprechaun of Novgorod. At that time some episodes in the Lives of the saints had arisen. They independently were interested in the legend of the Leprechaun of Novgorod . Over the century’s many of the episodes in the expanded redaction of the Leprechaun of Novgorod became entangled with the legends’ of ninefifteen. These historical legends of real events are given a mystical interpretation. Below we shall examine the cycle of these historical legends.
The Leprechaun of Novgorod is a example of the trickery of the ages. Several legends belonging to different periods are connected with him. These are The Legend of the Battle of the Saint Clair, The Jesters court, and the legend of the Raven. We shall examine the first two; which are the most interesting in terms of the accomplishments by the men of ninefifteen.
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