请翻译一下吧! 北欧神话是一个多神系统.大致上可分成四个体系:巨人.神.精灵以及侏儒.其中巨人创造了世界.

是英语吗?英语是这样的:Norse mythology is a multi-god system. Be broadly divided into four systems: giant. God. Elves and gnomes. One giant created the world.


Birth to the gods. but it is also the biggest enemy of the gods. God is divided into two tribes. the Lord God Odin as the leader of the Asir tribes (ASIR) as well as the god of the sea Antonio de (Vanir) is chief Vanir tribe. which the Lord God of Twelve:

下一个:奥丁:King of the gods. ruler of the world. there, "Father, "said.

下一个:弗丽嘉In charge of marriage and family. Odin's wife.

下:索尔:Raytheon. the Lord God, the eldest son of Odin. Fuao piano, son of the earth goddess.

下:西芙:Saul's wife. Her beautiful blond haired. from the top down to the feet.

下:弗雷:Alfred Heim beautiful fairy king of the country. A Bender said he and Barr was the god of light the same. or refer to the Sun God.

下:洛基:Giant Faerbodi son. odin brothers with the mother.


.Brahimi, the son of a giant child. legend he is guarantor of the contract. vows clinical caregiver

下:弗蕾亚:Control of fertility and love. Frey's sister.

下;海姆达尔:The patron saint of the go

下:巴尔德尔:Another son of Odin. his talent and good looks outstanding

下:霍尔德尔:One that is the twin brother of Baltimore del blind withdrawn his melancholy nature.

下:布吉拉:Odin's son. one that is wisdom. Poetry. eloquently of God



Apollo (Attic, Ionic, and Homeric Greek: Ἀπόλλων, Apollōn (gen.: Ἀπόλλωνος); Doric: Ἀπέλλων, Apellōn; Arcadocypriot: Ἀπείλων, Apeilōn; Aeolic: Ἄπλουν, Aploun; Latin: Apollō) is one of the most important and diverse of the Olympian deities in Greek and Roman mythology. The ideal of the kouros (a beardless, athletic youth), Apollo has been variously recognized as a god of light and the sun, truth and prophecy, medicine, healing, plague, music, poetry, arts and more. Apollo is the son of Zeus and Leto, and has a twin sister, the chaste huntress Artemis. Apollo is known in Greek-influenced Etruscan mythology as Apulu. Apollo was worshiped in both ancient Greek and Roman religion, and in the modern Greco–Roman Neopaganism.

As the patron of Delphi (Pythian Apollo), Apollo was an oracular god—the prophetic deity of the Delphic Oracle. Medicine and healing were associated with Apollo, whether through the god himself or mediated through his son Asclepius, yet Apollo was also seen as a god who could bring ill-health and deadly plague. Amongst the god's custodial charges, Apollo became associated with dominion over colonists, and as the patron defender of herds and flocks. As the leader of the Muses (Apollon Musegetes) and director of their choir, Apollo functioned as the patron god of music and poetry. Hermes created the lyre for him, and the instrument became a common attribute of Apollo. Hymns sung to Apollo were called paeans.

In Hellenistic times, especially during the 3rd century BCE, as Apollo Helios he became identified among Greeks with Helios, Titan god of the sun, and his sister Artemis similarly equated with Selene, Titan goddess of the moon.[1] In Latin texts, on the other hand, Joseph Fontenrose declared himself unable to find any conflation of Apollo with Sol among the Augustan poets of the 1st century, not even in the conjurations of Aeneas and Latinus in Aeneid XII (161–215).[2] Apollo and Helios/Sol remained separate beings in literary and mythological texts until the 3rd century CE.


圣诞节由来:Christmas originated from the birth of the Christian son Jesus. Later, in order to commemorate the birth of Jesus, December 25 was designated as Christmas and mass was held every year to commemorate the birth of Jesus.


圣诞节传说:December 25 is the birthday of Mithra, the Persian sun god (god of light). It is a pagan festival. At the same time, the sun god is also one of the Roman state religion gods.


圣诞节习俗:Sending Christmas cards not only expresses the joy of celebrating Christmas, but also wishes relatives and friends to show their nostalgia.











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英文名:Create a god of light slate













按照描述应是冥界大邪神石板的克星 ,召唤条件与其也很相似,只不过还需一张千年魔法卡——开启冥界之门七神器。




1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, Germany mascot Waldi

Waldi is a long Duantui body of the German dog, the Summer Olympic Games is the first official Olympic mascot, on behalf tenacity of the athletes, and adhere to the characteristics of agility.

Montreal, Canada 1976 Summer Olympic Games mascot Amik

Olympic mascot has become a tradition, was selected as the animal mascot is the beaver, named Amik, a Canadian Indians algonquin language means beaver.

1980 Moscow Summer Olympic Games mascot Misha

1980 Moscow Summer Olympics mascot is a bear named Misha, Russia, by the famous illustrator of children's books Victor Sanchez Markov design.

1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympic mascot Sam

Sam called the eagle to the U.S. Stars and Stripes in the background, blue, red and white is the color of the United States on behalf of the color in order to form a cartoon eagle wearing of the United States on behalf of the legend of "Uncle Sam" costume.

1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, Korea mascot Hodori

1988 Seoul Olympic Games to be held in the East, South Korea chose the more oriental flavor of a small tiger as the mascot of the Olympic Games in Seoul, named Hodori. By the name of the "Hodori" The tiger is designed to be a friendly animal, a representative of the Korean tradition of hospitality.

1992 Summer Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain mascot Cobi

The mascot is a goat like a dog like animal, named Cobi.

1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta mascot Izzy

1996 Atlanta Summer Olympic Games mascot "Izzy" is the first to use a computer-generated mascot.

2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia mascots Syd, Olly and Millie

2000 Sydney Olympic Games mascots Ollie, Syd and Millie designer: Matthew Hatton. Australia is the mascot of the three native animals, representing the land, air and water.

2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens, Greece mascots Athena (Athena) and Phevos (fee Worth)

Athena was the goddess of wisdom, the Greek capital of Athens the name of the resulting. Phevos is the god of light and music.

Beijing 2008 Olympic Games mascot for the 29th - Fuwa

Fuwa Beijing in 2008 is the 29th Olympic Games mascot, with its color inspiration from the Olympic five rings, from China's vast land of mountains, rivers, lakes, sea and the popular image of the animal. Fuwa all over the world to the children passing friendship, peace, and the entrepreneurial spirit of harmony between man and nature in the good wishes of the.




People send each other cards and give gifts to their families and friends. In homes and in stores, evergreen trees glitter with colorful lights and ornaments. Children look forward to seeing a jolly, white-bearded man in a red suit named Santa Claus.

It all can mean just one thing: It’s the season of Christmas, a holiday celebrated every year on December 25.


Christmas is a Christian holiday. It commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ more than 2,000 years ago. Christian churches hold religious services to celebrate Christmas. At midnight on Christmas Eve, most churches hold special candlelight services.

But Christmas is also a social and family holiday. It is a festival of goodwill, a time for family, friends, food, and gift-giving.

Many Americans share Christmas cookies, decorate their homes, and place presents under the family Christmas tree. Children often hang up stockings for Santa Claus to fill with small gifts. According to tradition, Santa arrives on a sleigh pulled by reindeer. Presents are usually opened on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.


The story of Christ’s birth comes mainly from the New Testament of the Bible, a holy book of Christianity. According to the Bible, Joseph and his wife, Mary, traveled from Nazareth to the town of Bethlehem. The town’s inn had no room for them, even though Mary was expecting a child. Her baby was born in a stable and placed in a manger, a criblike holder for animal feed.

In the fields near Bethlehem, an angel appeared before shepherds who were guarding their flocks. The angel told the shepherds that a holy child named Jesus Christ had been born. Other angels appeared and sang. After the angels had gone, the shepherds went to Bethlehem to see the child.

Three Wise Men came from the east looking for a newborn king. They followed a bright, guiding star called the Star of Bethlehem. It led them to Christ in the manger. There, they knelt in worship before the baby Jesus and gave him gifts.


The official Christmas season is popularly known as the Twelve Days of Christmas. It extends from the anniversary of Christ’s birth on December 25 to the feast of Epiphany on January 6. The Epiphany honors Jesus’ baptism and the arrival of the Three Wise Men in Bethlehem.


No one knows exactly when Jesus Christ was born. For many years, local Christian churches celebrated Christ’s birth at different times. Then, in the ad 300s, the Roman Catholic Church set the birth date at December 25.

At that time, older non-Christian festivals were celebrated around Christmas. The Romans celebrated Saturnalia, a festival honoring their god of harvest and god of light. Other Europeans held festivals in mid-December marking the end of the harvest season. The Roman Catholic Church probably chose December 25 to give a Christian meaning to these older festivals.

The Orthodox Church, the Christian church in the east, also began using December 25 as the birth date of Jesus. But the Orthodox Church places more importance on celebrating Jesus’ baptism on January 6.


The custom of exchanging gifts at Christmas comes from the ancient Romans. During Saturnalia, the Romans exchanged tokens of good luck. Later, it became customary for Romans to exchange more valuable gifts, such as clothes or jewelry. The Biblical story of the Three Wise Men who presented gifts to baby Jesus also shaped this Christmas custom.


The tradition of the Christmas tree came to North America from Germany. Long ago, Germans began decorating evergreen trees in their homes at Christmas. They trimmed their trees with fruits, cookies, and lighted candles. German immigrants to the United States brought this custom with them in the 1800s.

Before Christian times, ancient people used evergreens for decoration and religious ceremonies. Because evergreens do not die in the winter, they came to symbolize eternal life.


The Star of Bethlehem is one of the oldest symbols of Christmas. A star traditionally sits atop Christmas trees. Stars are used for many other Christmas decorations, too.


Lighted candles have always been a part of Christmas celebrations. The candles represent Jesus Christ, who the Bible calls “the light of the world.” Today, most people decorate their homes and yards with electric lights in place of candles.


The custom of decorating with mistletoe at Christmastime dates to the Romans. They thought of mistletoe as a symbol of peace. They believed enemies would resolve their differences when they met beneath it. The Christmas custom of kissing under the mistletoe is thought to come from this ancient belief.

Holly, too, is a popular Christmas decoration. Its sharp, pointed leaves are considered a symbol of Christ’s crown of thorns. Christ wore the crown when he was crucified (nailed to a cross).


Each part of the world has its own Christmas traditions. In many countries, gifts are exchanged on January 6 to mark the Epiphany. On January 5, the eve of the Epiphany, children in Spain leave grain in their shoes for the Wise Men’s camels. The next morning, they find small gifts in place of the grain.

In Mexico, singing children parade from house to house in a tradition called posadas. They ask for shelter, like Mary and Joseph in Bethlehem before Jesus’ birth. The children are turned away at many doors before they are finally invited in. Then, everyone enjoys a large meal, singing, and dancing.

In the southern part of the world, in places like Australia, Christmas arrives in summer. Australians often celebrate Christmas with a beach picnic! And Santa’s sleigh is said to be pulled by eight kangaroos!

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