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  1. Start studying Dr. Jack-World Cultures Unit 6 test. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
  2. Jay Shekhar has given a very good answer, and as usual I will just add some garnish:) In the study of Hindu Iconography all the vehicles of the gods symbolise mental qualities which need to be controlled and guided. Ganesha (Lord-of-categories).
  3. Sep 04,  · Rats in mythology. Like Satan and his minions, mice and rats were believed to thrive off the misfortunes of the children of God and to enjoy bringing humans to ruin. They were sometimes bold enough to nibble at the Tree of Life itself. Mice and rats were images of greed, miserliness, hypocrisy, and thievery.
  4. A rat king is a collection of rats whose tails are intertwined and bound together by one of several possible mechanisms, such as entangling material like hair or sticky substances like sap or gum or getting tied together. Historically, this alleged phenomenon is particularly associated with Germany. There are several specimens preserved in museums but very few instances of rat kings have been observed in modern times. A similar phenomenon happens with squirrels.
  5. Jan 15,  · Answers. No, although in Small Gods by Terry Pratchett there is a deity called Herne the Hunted, who is described as the patron god of all small furry creatures that are preyed on by predators and whose lives are destined to end in a crunchy squeak. And in 'Mort' he created 'The Death of Rats' - like the Grim Reaper, but a rat in a cloak with a scythe.

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