Basque mythology

The mythology Basque (Euskal mitologia) is the collection of myths of Basque origin that have come down to us. Christianized late, the Basques worshiped natural forces such as the sun, moon, air, water, mountains, forests, these taking human forms. The round stelae in Basque cemeteries still often feature the sun, moon and stars. Some current beliefs could date back to the Paleolithic.

Basque mythology

Basque mythology (texts)

Legends Tartaro:

The Heren-Suge, the seven-headed serpent:

Tales about animals:

Basa-Jaun, Basa-Andre and Laminak:

V. – Witchcraft and Sorcery

VI. – Tales Des Fées, (A) Tales Like The Keltic

VI. – Fairy Tales: (B) Derived Directly From The French

VII. – Religious Tales