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|Alternate Names/Spellings||Artibatira, (pl) Artabatitae, (pl) Artabatitai, (pl) Artabatirae|
|Origins||Greek and Roman Mythology, Legend and Folklore|
The Artabatita is one of a race with origins in Greek and Roman mythology, legend and folklore. Specifically, accounts of their existence first arose in Natural History, a work written by Pliny the Elder.
The Artabatita are humanoids with two pairs of legs. They rove about like wild animals.