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One type of origin myth is the creation, or cosmogenic myth, one that describes the creation of the world. However, many cultures have stories set after the cosmogonic myth, which describe the origin of natural phenomena and human institutions within a preexisting universe .
Myths Around the World These myths are a lighter read with animations and optional audio. The bottom link leads to approximately 70 more myths from various countries, cultures, and eras. iPad users: the following links are for desktop access. To read the myths on your iPad, follow the "for more" link below and select the myth from the list.
Such a notion as the myth of the origin of people exists absolutely among all ancient peoples. The difference is only in their perception of the world. For comparison, we can consider separately the myths about the origin of man and the world of two great nationalities, which had a significant impact on the development of mankind in its time.
-Dates back to 3,000 years, Greek sirens these creatures are most certainly not.