Legends are historical narratives, symbolic representations of folk belief.
Legends may also refer to:
Other articles related to "legends, legend":
... The compiled legends of King Siliwangi do not always correspond with historical facts and records, since some events are vague and do not correspond to the lifetime of the historic Sri ... Some legends seem to simply identify the series of last Sunda kings as Siliwangi ... However these legends try to explain the historical events of the Sunda kingdom and its relationship with the Sultanates of Cirebon and Banten ...
... The Legends Of Treasure Island is an animated cartoon from the UK that ran from 1993-1995 ... The programme was a FilmFair production for Central Independent Television, The Legends of Treasure Island, is owned by ITV PLC ...
... Legends car racing, a motor racing series base on 1930s and 1940s American automobiles. ...
... Shoemaker nonetheless drew criticism for his alteration and occasional fabrication of legends ... His goal, he announced, was to show the legacy of legends for landscape features such as trees, animals, caves and caverns, rivers, and mountains by making people realizing the spiritual narratives ... An example is his publication of the legend of Princess Nit-a-Nee, supposedly connected to the Nittany Mountains in Centre County the legend has been perpetuated in ...
Famous quotes containing the word legends:
“Sometimes legends make reality, and become more useful than the facts.”
—Salman Rushdie (b. 1947)
Forgotten mornings when he walked with his mother
Through the parables
And the legends of the green chapels
And the twice-told fields of infancy”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)
“Farm boys wild to couple
With anything with soft-wooded trees
With mounds of earthmounds
Of pine straw will keep themselves off
Animals by legends of their own:”
—James Dickey (b. 1923)