We don’t know a lot about the founders of Hogwarts, but perhaps we can learn more by looking at the linguistics of their names.
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A new species of pit viper discovered in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh has been named after Salazar Slytherin. Learn more about it here!
Just because Salazar Slytherin was problematic does not discount the importance of those who are cunning, ambitious, creative, and resourceful. We love our Slytherins!
Could J.K. Rowling have based the four Hogwarts founders on the Pevensie children in “Narnia”? Peter, Edmund, Susan, and Lucy have strikingly similar personalities to Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, and Hufflepuff.
J.K. Rowling’s Twitter trivia hiatus ended today with an intriguing bit of information about none other than the founder of Hogwarts’ most notorious House.
Gather around and grab a butterbeer! She may have crossed the Atlantic to found Ilvermorny School, but there’s far more to Isolt Sayre than first meets the eye. It’s time to celebrate the wizarding world’s favorite Irish American!
Despite Lord Voldemort’s obsession with blood purity and ridding the wizarding world of Muggle heritage, You-Know-Who is a character Ralph Fiennes feels especially protective over.
Two of MuggleNet’s Creative Team Gryffindors analyze the Salazar Slytherin theory circulating on Tumblr.
Enemies of the heir beware – “MuggleNet Rereads ‘Harry Potter'” has just opened up “Chamber of Secrets”!