|Mythology, mentioned in greek mythology, The Bible|
|„Re’em“, Qilin, Al-mi'raj, Camahueto, Indrik, Shadhavar, Sin-you, Winged Unicorns|
The Unicorn (greek: μονόκερως) is a mythological creature often depicted as a horse or goat-like-creature with one single horn on its head. It also is one of the Heraldic creatures. In heraldry, the unicorn is best known as the symbol of Scotland.
Unicorns appear in the following media:
- The Last Unicorn, soundtrack of the animated motion picture, by America
- The Last Unicorn (1982), an animated movie by Jules Bass und Arthur Rankin Jr.
- Legend (1985), with Tom Cruise and Tim Curry, directed by Ridley Scott.
- Nico the Unicorn (1998), based on the 1996 book by Frank Sacks
- Heroes of Might and Magic
- Heroes of Might and Magic II
- Heroes of Might and Magic III
- Heroes of Might and Magic IV
- Heroes of Might and Magic V
- The Last Unicorn, a novel by Peter S. Beagle.
- Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There (1871) is a novel by Lewis Carroll is featuring the nursery rhyme "The Lion and the Unicorn".
- Time of Contempt (1995) and The Lady of the Lake (1998) by polish fantasy author Andrzej Sapkowski. Ihuarraquax is a unicorn appearing in those two Witcher-Novels.
- La Licorne - Ballett by Jacques Ibert
- La dame á la licorn - Ballett by Jean Cocteau (1952)
- Corre La Licorne - was a French car maker founded 1901 in Levallois-Perret.