- Mar 10, 2017
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Your response is not appropriate, though. The topic was dragons being invented by many difgerent cultures. And yes, the building block analogy holds quite well, iin that case. Add to that the fact that "dragons" (really a generic word for an entire menagerie of different looking creatures with different names) are ALWAYS "magical", ans it is quite easy to understand how different cultures invented similar nonsense. Peolle simply have a tendency to invent and believe utter nonsense. In the abject ignorance of the iron age and the bronze age, that was very prevalent.The same way many of them developed pyramid shaped buildings with no interaction of the societies over the Earth.
Uh,no, stumbling on the building functions of basic shapes is NOT the same as finding out about creatures who presumably died out long before man existed.