What a fine day to greet clouds, is it not? Well, allow me to make it more interesting. A few months ago, the hydra decided on a dragon poster to celebrate the end of our first season of The Mythsterhood of Travelling Tales podcast. We’re not yet there, but that’s not going to stop us from making it a month-or-so celebration. The poster was recently completed and I, for one, cannot wait to share it with all our Mythsters!
Jaz and Anike invite Scandinavian history buff Nic along for an episode of Northern dragons. Lots and lots of Northern dragons.
So, with a slight delay while we catapulted some of life’s lemons back to whence they came, we’ve finally come to the promised blog post about some of the hybrid dragons encountered in Greek mythology.
Anike and Jaz took a closer look at the dragons found in Central Europe. Of course our old pal, Saint George, had to make another appearance, but we also found a few interesting stories that certainly debunk the popular Western take on dragons, as being flying, flamey virgin eaters.
Welcome to the sunny Mediterranean region and all their dragons. Jaz and Anike took a closer look at some of the dragons from Greece, Italy, and the Iberian peninsula, and boy, did they find some surprising stuff, alongside the Greek classics.
So since last week’s podcast episode filled up with dragons from the Balkan region alone, and Eastern Europe is slightly larger than that, I thought we’d have a look at…
Welcome to episode 17, the dragons of the Balkans in which Koji and Anike begin that part of our journey that will take us deeper and deeper into Europe, and where we discover our first dragon-rider. How awesome is that?
Let’s finish up Africa with a few more cryptids and the oldest human ritual site on record.
Welcome to episode 16, and the second episode we’ll be spending exploring the dragons of Africa. The Southern part of Africa, to be precise. Anike’s homeland!
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