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Why are Mokosh, Stribog and Hors, who were among the six greatest gods of Kievian Rus in Prince Vladimir's Pantheon together with Dazbog and Perun, placed in "other deities", and Semargl isn't here at all?
Why Jarilo is among "major deities" and Morana/Marzanna among "other"? Both were season deities from agricultural rites, and known through all Slavic world, representing the basic forces. Either both "major", either (better) both "other".
Why Zorya/Zaria, the secondary characters known mostly from healing spells, are in "major deities" instead? And why Zaria is a separate article when it is the same word in different pronuncuation?
Why is Bereginya credited as a singular deity? The Beregini are always mentioned in plural, as spirits who were worshipped by Slavs before the cult of humanlike gods.
--Aranelle (talk) 13:57, 11 July 2016 (UTC)