Dragon (from Lat. Draco) - one of the most popular mythological creatures - winged serpent, representing but a combination of elements of other animals, usually of the head (often a few heads) and trunk reptile (snake, lizard, crocodile), and wings like a bird or a bat; sometimes the image includes elements of a lion, panther, wolf, dog, fish, goat, etc. Many images of dragons in different variations you can find on our site.
Where there was the original concept of the "dragon" is currently unknown, as there is no generally accepted scientific theory, and there is no evidence that would confirm the existence of dragons, now or in the past. While the existence of dragons can be true or false, besspornymdrakon fact is that there are dragons in the myths in so many places that had no contact with each other. It is assumed that dragons can be a sort of common representation for people of substance, together with common psychological tendencies among the groups of mankind. Different images of dragons from different countries can also be found on our website.
Some believe that the dragon may have had a real prototype, from which emerged the various legends. According to the journals of Marco Polo, when he walked through Anatolia into Persia, then stumbled upon a real live flying dragons that attacked his own caravan in the desert. Herodotus, often called the "father of history", visited Judea in 450 BC and wrote that he had heard of caged dragons in neighboring Arabia, near Petra in Jordan. Out of curiosity, he traveled to these places and found a lot of Skeletal remains of snakes and collected many reports of flying kites, flying from Arabia to Egypt, but repulse ibis. We have a lot of images of dragons, perhaps such, what our ancestors saw.