Nanus (mythologia)

Nanus.

Nanus (Graece νᾶνος) vel pumilio in fabulis scriptis est creatura homini specie similis, at statura exiguior et crassior. Dicuntur nani saepius habitare sub terra et diligere aurum et alia pretiosa quatinus minera peralta sub montibus fodant, ibi aulas magnificas construentes in quibus thesauros servent.

Nani sunt etiam personae Ludi Catacumbarum et Catobleparum et Warhammer, Sacred underworld.

Bibliographia

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