Egyptian god Osiris' 'tomb' discovered
The unusual tomb structure (pictured) was built during the 25th Dynasty between 760 and 525BC and was uncovered at the Al-Gorna necropolis on Luxor’s west bank.
Wōden
In Germanic mythology, Odin (from Old Norse Óðinn) is a widely attested god. In Old Norse sources, where most surviving information about the god stems, Odin is associated with healing, death, royalty...
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Egyptian god Osiris' 'tomb' discovered
The unusual tomb structure (pictured) was built during the 25th Dynasty between 760 and 525BC and was uncovered at the Al-Gorna necropolis on Luxor’s west bank.
Batara Kala
Batara Kala is the god of the underworld in traditional Javanese and Balinese mythology, ruling over it in a cave along with Setesuyara. Batara Kala is also named the creator of light and the earth. H...
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Aipaloovik
In Inuit mythology, Aipaloovik is an evil sea god associated with death and destruction.
Death (personification)
The concept of Death has existed in many societies since the beginning of recorded history. In English, from the 15th century onwards, Death came to be shown as a skeletal figure carrying a large scyt...
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Whiro
In Māori mythology, Whiro (or Hiro in the Tuamotus) is the lord of darkness, or the embodiment of all evil. He is the brother and enemy of Tāne. He inhabits the underworld and is responsible for the...
Peckols
Peckols and Patollo (known under a multitude of different names) were gods in the pagan Prussian mythology worshiped by the Old Prussians. Most researches believe that despite varying names, Peckols a...
Manannán mac Lir
Manannán mac Lir—also known simply as Manannán or Manann—is a sea deity in Irish mythology. 'Mac Lir' means "son of the sea". As well as being a sea god, he is also seen as a psychopomp and is associa...
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Cheating death
The phrase cheating death is commonly used to describe the manner in which a person avoids a possibly fatal event or who prolongs their life in spite of considerable odds. A person who cures themselve...
Februus
In ancient Roman religion, Februus was the god of purification. He was also worshipped under the same name by the Etruscans, as the Etruscan god of purification, but also the underworld. For the Etrus...
Peklenc
Peklenc (also spelled Pekelnyboh, Pekelnypan, Pekelnik, Lokton) was a chthonic deity of the Slavic mythology. He was the lord of the underground and a divine judge.Peklenc mastered the subterranean fi...
Huitzilopochtli
In the Aztec religion, Huitzilopochtli (Classical Nahuatl: Huītzilōpōchtli /wi:t͡siloːˈpoːt͡ʃt͡ɬi/), is a Mesoamerican deity of war, sun, human sacrifice and the patron of the city of Tenochtitlan...
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Viduus
In Roman mythology, Viduus ("divider") was the god who separated the soul and the body after death.In music, Viduus is a progressive technical death metal band, founded by bassist and vocalist Maletho...
Naraka (Buddhism)
Naraka (Sanskrit: नरक) or Niraya (Pāli: निरय) is a term in Buddhist cosmology usually referred to in English as "hell", "hell realm", or "purgatory". The Narakas of Buddhism are closely related to diy...
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Imiut fetish
The Imiut fetish (ỉmỉ-wt) has been documented throughout the history of Ancient Egypt. This was a stuffed, headless animal skin, often a feline or bull, which was tied by the tail to a pole terminatin...
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Odinism
Odinism is a type of Germanic neopaganism, specifically focussed on honoring Odin, Thor, Frey, Freyja, and other Germanic deities in the pre-Christian religion of Scandinavia.Some adherents will use "...
Eltang stone
9°33′E / 55.54°N 9.55°E / 55.54; 9.55The Eltang stone (also Stenderup stone, listed as DR 35 in the Rundata catalog (DK SJy 1), is a Viking Age runestone (now at the Nation...
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Varuna
In Vedic religion, Varuna (/ˈvɜrʊnə, ˈvɑːrə-/; Sanskrit: Varuṇa वरुण, Malay: Baruna), is a god of the water and of the celestial ocean, as well as a god of law of the underwater world. A Makara is hi...
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Óðr
In Norse mythology, Óðr (Old Norse for the "Divine Madness, frantic, furious, vehement, eager", as a noun "mind, feeling" and also "song, poetry"; Orchard (1997) gives "the frenzied one") or Óð, somet...
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Baron Cimetière
In Vodou, Baron Cimitière (Baron Cemetery) is one of the Guédé, a spirit of the dead, along with Baron Samedi and Baron La Croix. He is said to be the male guardian of the cemetery, protecting its gra...
Muut
Muut was the personification and messenger of death in the culture of the Native American Cahuilla people of southern California and northern Mexico, and was usually depicted as an owl or as the unsee...
Arguel inscription
The Arguel inscription is an Elder Futhark inscription of uncertain authenticity, dated to the 5th or 6th century. It was claimed to have been discovered by a student of law, Robert Milliat, next to...
Ankou
Ankou (Breton: Ankoù) is a personification of death in Breton mythology as well as in Cornish and Norman French folklore.
This character is reported by Anatole Le Braz, a 19th century writer and c...
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Mandos
The Valar [ˈvalar] (singular Vala) are characters in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium. They are first mentioned in The Lord of the Rings, but The Silmarillion (published posthumously but assembled mostl...
Baron Samedi
Baron Samedi (French: Baron Saturday, also written Baron Samdi, Bawon Samedi, or Bawon Sanmdi) is one of the Loa of Haitian Vodou. Samedi is a Loa of the dead, along with Baron's numerous other in...
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Erlik
Erlik or Erlig, (in Hungarian mythology equivalent to Ördög) is the god of death and underworld in Turkic and Mongolian mythology.
According to Siberian mythology, Erlik was the first creation of ...
Luison
Luison, Luisõ or Lobison is the name of a monstrous creature from Guaraní mythology. Being one of the seven cursed children of Tau and Kerana, the Luison is one of the primary figures of legend in Gua...