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Lion riff, lion riff or lion ry are legendary creatures with lion's body, tail and hind legs. An eagle's head and wings; its front feet are talons. Because lions are traditionally regarded as the king of beasts and hawks as the king of birds, the newcomers are considered to be a particularly powerful and majestic creature. The new comer is also considered the king of all things. The newcomers are famous for guarding treasures and priceless treasures.

In Greek and Roman writing, the newcomers and the arias are related to gold. Indeed, in later narratives, "it is said that the newcomers lay their eggs in caves on the ground, which contain gold nuggets.". Classical folklorist Adrienne According to mayor, Griffin is an old misunderstanding, which originates from the fossil remains of protoceratops found in the present-day althia mountains in Southeast Kazakhstan and in today's Kazakhstan or Mongolia, although this hypothesis has always been controversial because it ignores the pre Mycenaean account. In ancient times, it was the symbol and guardian of holy power.

Most of the newcomers' depictions of the depitt are based on bird like claws, although in some older illustrations, riff's forelimbs are lions. They usually have a lion's hindquarters. An eagle's head usually has protruding ears. These are sometimes described as lion's ears, but are usually elongated (more like horse's ears), sometimes feathers.

Usually, the depiction of a lion wings without wings, or a Gryphon without wings, is considered a lion riff. In the 15th century and later heraldry, such beasts may be called ALCE or keythong.

In the heraldry, the newcomer always has the front leg like the back leg of an eagle. A four legged lion in, probably only a later heraldic British pioneer, such as opinicus, which also has a camel shaped neck and short tail, almost like the tail of a camel.