Unicorns have been a popular subject of art for centuries, appearing in cultures all over the world. They are often depicted as white horses with long, flowing manes and tails, and a single, spiraling horn on their forehead. Unicorns are often associated with purity, innocence and magic. Unicorn Art History Some of the earliest examples…
The unicorn is a significant part of Scottish identity. Keep reading to learn more about unicorns in Scotland and why unicorns are so highly valued there.
Imagine a world with knights in their shiny armors, mighty castles, fierce dragons and graceful maidens. Explore the meaning of the unicorns in the Middle Ages.
What is the origin of the unicorn myth? We are going to trace the unicorns across history. We will visit ancient Greece, India and China to find out the truth.
Lion and unicorn might sound like they have nothing to do with each other. A feline living in African savanna, and a magical, horse-like creature with one horn?
The Natural History of Unicorns by Chris Lavers is a book, that takes you all the way to the beginning of the unicorn myth. This non-fiction book is one that all unicorn fans should read.