- Personification of Death
- found: Work cat.: Stroppel, F. Christmas spirit, c2004.
- found: Ferris, W. Death takes a holiday, 1936.
- found: Wikipedia, Dec. 15, 2005 (Death (personification). Death, personified is a personification of death as an anthropomorphic figure or a fictional character, who has existed in mythology and popular culture since the earliest days of storytelling. The personification of Death as a living, sentient entity is a concept that has existed in all known societies since the beginnings of recorded history. Example of death personified are: in modern-day European-based folklore, Death is known as the Grim Reaper or The grim spectre of death; Death as a fictional character)
- found: The American Heritage dictionary of the English language, via WWW, Dec. 15, 2005 (death. 5. often Death. A personification of the destroyer of life, usually represented as a skeleton holding a scythe)
- found: OED online, Dec. 15, 2005 (death, n. I. 1. c. as a personified agent. (Usually figured as a skeleton; see also death's-head.))
- found: LC catalog, Dec. 15, 2005 (ti: The personification of death in some ancient religions)
- 2005-12-20: new
- 2006-02-23: revised
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