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 Religious mythology
It refers to mythological stories about religious icons being crucified,  or capitally punished by being tied up on a wooden cross, and then miraculously coming back to life. These icons then display the wounds they suffered from the nails and ropes used to afics them to their astounded friends and lovers.
According to at least one source, a second type of mythology involved the sun. The hot summer sun was crucified at the autumn equinox, after that the colder winter sun was resurrected to shine in its place. Then during the spring equinox the winter the winter sun was crucified followed by the resurrection of the summer sun yet again, year after year.  Reported chants of "Sun God! Sun God! Ra Ra Ra!" are humorous, but sadly remain unconfirmed.[citation NOT needed]
 Jesus story
“”Crucifixion? Good. Out of the door, line on the left, one cross each.
|—Monty Python's Life of Brian|
According to the biblical story, Jebus was dead within nine hours. But historically this method of punishment resulted in a struggle for life for days.
 See also
- The Crucifixtion This points out problems with the Christian account of the Crucifiction.
- ↑ Christian Morality: Hostile to the Individual and Society
- ↑ raght heah!
- ↑ Crucifixion was a cruel punishment in the Ancient World and more recently. Crucifixion is still a form of death penalty in Sudan and Iran, and Sharia law allows it. Crucifixion was in no way unusual in the Roman Empire, the most oft-cited example being Jesus.
- ↑ See Crucifixion of Sun Gods as Atoning Saviours and Sun Gods as Atoning Saviours