Tribes and people living for centuries in a region have always been witnesses of easy and difficult, pleasant and ugly events. They have
experienced victories and defeats, heroism and conquest, expulsion of aggressors or acceptance of them. Our ancestors passed away and left many
epic memories for us. These memories reinforce the fundaments of each nation and form all the myths, tales, fables and fictions. These tales demonstrate the glory and the splendor of a people and their devotion and dedication; and so they have become great masterpieces. The subject of this
article bears on the eternity of epic heroes, invincibles and immortals of history. These heroes are driven from myths into history or from history to myths. Epics and epopees which someday belonged to different nations and people today are all members of a universal narrative literature family.