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Greek creatures

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Can You Name These Following Creatures from Greek Mythology??

Greek mythology has been a part of our World Literature subject since we all went schooling. What made this myth truly inspiring is the stories of heroes and other mortals who live with the Olympian gods and the goddesses, how they mutually care for each other and show balance of peace and prosperity from two

griffin by artstain on DeviantArt

Description griffin, a mythological beast with an half lion and half eagle appearance. ..how's my version of griffin?

Hecatoncheires

The Hecatoncheires, also known as the Hundred Handers, are giant beings from Greek myth who are brothers to the Titans and the Greek gods. Born with one hundred hands and fifty heads, all flailing awkwardly in opposite directions, the Hekatonkheires were seen as disgusting by their father Ouranos and imprisoned back inside their mother's womb. The most well known of the Hekatonkheire are the three siblings, firstborn among the Hekatonkheire. These three were named Briareus or Aegaeon (the…

Harpies Attack

"I've heard tales o' their entrancing beauty. Sure'n what sailor has not? They dance among the winds ranging o'er strange isles that appear on no map, their beautiful voices calling honest sailors to forsake their shipmates and swim out to join them. Join them they do, I reckon, when they drown or get dashed to pieces on the sharp waiting rocks. Either way, they're meat for the Harpies. When you hear strange sounds at sea lads, stuff yer ears with cotton or wax and heed not the Harpy's song…

shares Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest StumbleUponMagic, mythology and a fascinatingly mysterious land is full of creatures that we have only heard about and imagined. There is a chance that you may have wondered how these creatures of mythology would look and made do with the illustrations in storybooks. But have you ever thought about using these mythical animals to create art? If other artists and illustrators can use their imagination to come up with their own versions of magical and m...

Magic, mythology and a fascinatingly mysterious land is full of creatures that we have only heard about and imagined. There is a chance that you may have wondered how these creatures of mythology would look and made do with the illustrations in storybooks. But have you ever thought about using these mythical animals to create art? If other artists and illustrators can use their imagination to come up with their own versions of magical and mythical animals, then why can’t you? We are sure the…

Ladão. Ladão era um dragão  enorme com um corpo de serpente onde tinha cem cabeças que falavam línguas diferentes, foi um dragão a quem Hera, mulher de Zeus, deu a tarefa de proteger a macieira de frutos de ouro.

Ola amigos trago para vocês um Bestiário com os principais monstros, espíritos, demônios, anjos e outros seres da mitologia humana espero que gostem. (Este post sera atualizado sempre que possível) AATXE Na mitologia basca, o Aatxe é um demoníaco espírito metamórfico, que geralmente toma a forma de um touro vermelho-fogo ou de um jovem. O Aatxe é identificado às vezes com outra figura basca conhecida como Etsai. Ele também é identificado com a deusa Mari e possivelmente uma manifestação de…

Name: Minotaur, Minotauros Area of Origin: Greece The Minotaur (translated as “The Bull of Minos”) is among the most famous creatures found in all of Greek Mythology. After he took the throne of Crete, King Minos prayed to the sea god Poseidon for a...

Name: Minotaur, Minotauros Area of Origin: Greece The Minotaur (translated as "The Bull of Minos") is among the most famous creatures found in all of Greek Mythology. After he took the throne of...