Stribog


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Stribog

 

one of the main pagan gods of the Eastern Slavs. In Russian and Slavic mythology, Stribog is the god of wind, storms, and bad weather. He is first mentioned in the Primary Chronicle, under the year 980, among the gods whose images Prince Vladimir Sviatoslavich had installed in Kiev. In The Tale of Igor’s Campaign, the winds are called Stribog’s grandsons.

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