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'''Centaurs''' are seen in [[classical]] [[Greek mythology]] as a half-man, half-[[horse]]. They are used as a [[heraldic beast]] that has the torso and head of a man and the body of a horse.
 
'''Centaurs''' are seen in [[classical]] [[Greek mythology]] as a half-man, half-[[horse]]. They are used as a [[heraldic beast]] that has the torso and head of a man and the body of a horse.
 
[[Category:device heraldry]]
 
[[Category:device heraldry]]

Revision as of 09:35, 1 October 2007

Centaurs are seen in classical Greek mythology as a half-man, half-horse. They are used as a heraldic beast that has the torso and head of a man and the body of a horse.