By Erik S.
The Greek word drak√µn , ‘serpent’, is related to the proclamation drakos, noteworthiness ‘eye’, and in accepted legend the prospect of review is held in the story of the winged serpent who secures the dazzling bits of products of the soil in the Garden Of The Hesperides, and in the story of Cadmus . In medieval conclusion prisoner women were oftentimes ensured by a legendary serpent.
A legendary serpent is a brilliant winged crocodile for the most part spoke to as of tremendous size, with a serpents tail, so the creature and serpent are now and again perfect. In the Middle Ages the declaration was the picture of sin.