Examining the story of the Altaic-language Wu-Sun ruler abandoned as a child and surviving by being fed by a wolf and a crow, as it is conveyed by the Chinese chronicles Shi ji and Han shu, the author embarks on a comparative study of different traditions, suggesting that the presence of the wolf and the crow as one set in Central Asian traditions may be due to religions beliefs related to these animals.

The Redaction
CER: II-6.4.A-506