Szervető-wonder deer-tree of life O neck T-shirt - black Szervető-wonder deer-tree of life O neck T-shirt - black Szervető-wonder deer-tree of life O neck T-shirt - black Szervető-wonder deer-tree of life O neck T-shirt - black Szervető-wonder deer-tree of life O neck T-shirt - black

Szervető-wonder deer-tree of life O neck T-shirt - black

Article Nr. : NPCsfaO.fk

(0)
0 Reviews

31.00 €

Unique women's T-shirt, embroidered with the wonder deer, the miraculous animal of the ancient Hungarian myths, with the tree of life and with colourful silk thread.

pcs

T-shirt size

XS: In stock

S: In stock

M: In stock

L: In stock

XL: Orderable

XXL: In stock

material: 94% cotton 6% lycra

quality: I. class

made in Hungary

Unique women's T-shirt, embroidered with the wonder deer, the miraculous animal of the ancient Hungarian myths, with the tree of life and with colourful silk thread.

T-shirt size chart
cm XS S M L XL XXL
bust 78-82 82-87 88-93 94-97 98-102 102-110
waist 65-70 71-75 76-80 81-89 90-97 98-104
hip 78-82 82-89 90-97 98-103 104-110 111-116
lenght 55 57 60 67 68 69
EUR 36 38 40-42 42-44 44-46 46-48
UK 8-10 12-14 16-18 18-20 20-22 22-24

 

The Hungarian Legend of the Wondrous Stag is one of the oldest legends of the nation. It is so old that it is found in various forms among those nations who were the distant relatives or neighbors of the Hungarians, long before their settlement in Hungary. The meaning and the wording of the legends may have changed slightly but they all have much in common. Today the remaining legend is relatively short, whereas in the past it was probably much more extensive. However the Hungarian legend despite it's brevity includes in it many important points some of which can be found in most of the related legends found in other cultures. It is these points which show that once, in the remote antiquity, these people were neighbors or some were even related.


The symbol of the cosmos and the mother of the sun was symbolized as a large horned female doe. The great horned doe often was shown carrying the sun in her horns, in some cases the sun itself was symbolized as a stag the son of the doe of the legend.

The hind represents not the sun, but it's mother, the heavenly firmament, the cosmos, which carries the stars, the sun and the moon in it's "horns". For these reasons the Scythian stags often represented the horns of the stag like flames.

Ask a question!

Your email address does not appear anywhere. If you fill it in, you will receive the answer by email, too.

No question was asked about this product.

Nobody has written a review, be the first!

Share