Definition of Mythi
1. mythus [n] - See also: mythus
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Literary usage of Mythi
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Introduction to a Scientific System of Mythology by Karl Otfried Müller (1844)
"On the Age of the Great Body of mythi. IN this way, it seems to me, can the existence of mythi be traced back into the mythic ages, and their origin shown ..."
2. German Literature: Translated from the German of Wolfgang Menzel by Wolfgang Menzel (1840)
"The most ancient religious poetry of the cosmogonies and mythi was essentially architectural in its character; the later Greek and Roman, and the poetry ..."
3. Observations on the Attempted Application of Pantheistic Principles to the by William Hodge Mill (1861)
"(Contrast this view with the doctrine of the long citation from Otfried Mu'ller on the unconscious production of heathen mythi, formed in the minds of all ..."
4. A Manual of the History of Philosophy by Wilhelm Gottlieb Tennemann (1832)
"... by the collection he made of the sacred mythi (forming a system of theogony and cosmogony,) and by originating a great number of new ideas on ..."
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