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Unicorns are legendary animals from folklore. The first recorded mention of unicorns was from the 4th century BC in ancient Greece.
Unicorn-like creatures were also found in ancient Chinese, Japanese and Indian mythology.




Feb 4, 2015 ... This woman is a virgin. How do I know? Because unicorns ain't got time for no non-virgins. Domenichino (1602), via Alinari Archives/Corbis.


While many mythic creatures are man-eating monsters or evil spirits, others, like unicorns, are powerful and peaceful. Both the pearly white unicorn of European ...


unicorn: mythological animal resembling a horse or a kid with a single horn on its forehead. ... American Museum of Natural History - Unicorns, West and East ...


Jun 12, 2008 ... The discovery of a single-horned deer in an Italian preserve resurrects humankind's fascination with the unicorn.


Jan 20, 2014 ... The unicorn's grave was located under a rock near the North Korea ... According to Time Magazine's article “A Brief History of Unicorns,” it was ...


May 5, 2017 ... More modern notions of the unicorn started to appear in the second century. In an allegory from the Christian text Physiologus, a unicorn—not ...


Though written accounts of Unicorns date back only two and a half millenia, depictions of the one-horned beast can be found as far back as Humankind's history ...


Information, legends, and pictures of unicorns of every imaginable type.