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  1. Hyperborea is a mythical terra incognita supposed to have existed somewhere far in the north, as the Greek historian Herodotus wrote.
  2. His Hyperborea is filled with sorcerers, thieves, and strange monsters, and has an abundance of satirical humor.


  1. Thule is known as the capital of Hyperborea, in the polar regions. (Web site)

North Wind

  1. Their land, called Hyperborea, or Hyperboria ("beyond the Boreas (north wind)"), was perfect, with the sun shining twenty-four hours a day.


  1. Some mythology experts consider Hyperborea to be nothing else than Shambala in European legends, although with a different name.


  1. The stories form several cycles, called after the lands in which they are set: Averoigne, Hyperborea, Mars, Poseidonis, Xiccarph, Zothique.


  1. In Germanic and Nordic mythologies, Ultima Thule is known as part of the sunken continent of Hyperborea, but it has no place on modern maps. (Web site)
  2. In addition, a number of mythical continents exist: perhaps the most notable is Atlantis, and also Hyperborea, Thule, and Lemuria.
  3. The Hyperborean cycle is a series of short stories by Clark Ashton Smith that take place in the fictional land of Hyperborea (present-day Greenland).


  1. Ultima Thule
  2. Literature > Writers > Clark Ashton Smith > Zothique
  3. Shambala
  4. North Wind
  5. Places > Earth > Continents > Atlantis
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