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The image pf golden High Relief Sculpture of Greek mythology Horned head of Satyr,old house decoration,greek mythology. One photo from the serias. Reliefs and sculptures in the background Musa Greek mythology. Symbol for law and justice Cape Sounion. Statue of man in Praetorian Fountain in centre Ancient male statue isolated on white background. He is considered the founder of modern Natural History.

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Hand made drawing. Mythical Creatures Infographics Redemption of the bloodsucker 'Harpyae quarta icon, harpy. Renaissance Woodcut monsters. He is considered the founder of modern Natural History. In Greek mythology and Roman mythology, a harpy was a female monster in the form of a bird with a human face.

They steal food from their victims while they are eating and carry evildoers especially those who have killed their family to the Erinyes. They seem originally to have been wind spirits. Their name means ''snatchers''. Mermaid Minotaur Harpy Woman Bird. Greek creatures. Engraved hand drawn antique old vintage sketch. Ulysses resists the song of the Sirens. Roman, c. From Pompeii.

London, UK. Three reliefs of gorgons, three terrifying female creatures with hair of snakes form the Greek mythology, above the entrance to Mythological creature Medusa gorgon. Pen drawing. Greek Mythology Cerberus Cerberus the guardian of Hades in Greek mythology from Craecarum Antiquitatum by Jabob Cronovius Cerberus was a vicious beast that guarded the entrance to Hades and kept the living from entering the world of the dead.

Neptune 'Harpyae secunda icon, Egyptian harpy. It's the story telling of the 'Gardians of the Temple' from the greek mythology starring a giant spider and a giant Minotaur. Ulysses tied to ship mast hears the enchanting sirens song mythical creature half woman half bird hybrid. Postage stamp.

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Cronus, Cronos or Kronos, Greek mythology harpies, Greek mythical creatures half woman, half bird , wood engraving, 19th century, Additional-Rights-Clearances-NA circular frame with cave interior scene with animal greek mythological creatures In Greek mythology, one of the Boread brothers battles with the Harpies, driving them away from Phineus, king of Thrace.

Group of cryptozoological creatures weird medieval creatures Set of Mythological animals. Mermaid Unicorn Chinese dragon Basilisk Woman. A group of Satyrs, in the style of ancient Greece In Greek mythology the Sirens were dangerous and beautiful creatures, portrayed as femme fatales who lured nearby sailors with their enchanting music and voices to shipwreck on the rocky coast of their island.

They were formerly handmaidens of the goddess Roman art. Nymph and marine creatures. The grand god of Olympus, Zeus had multiple temples and thousands of images throughout Greece. But if you really wanted to catch him at home, that took a trip to Olympus itself. Aphrodite, Goddess of Love Fast Facts on Aphrodite Picture of Aphrodite The well-known "Venus de Milo" really is Aphrodite of Milos, named for the Greek island where the famed, now-armless statue - originally discovered with her arms detached but nearby - was found.

Hera is the wife of Zeus and often presented as something of a shrew - yet she managed to keep Zeus happy on a three-hundred year honeymoon on the island of Samos, her special spot. She was also considered to be the most beautiful of all the goddesses - despite Aphrodite's better public relations campaign. Medusa has enjoyed a renaissance of interest after appearing in several recent movies based on Greek mythology.

Artemis, Goddess of the Hunt, Protectoress of Wildlife Fast Facts on Artemis Picture of Artemis To us, it may seem odd that the Goddess of Hunting was also the protector of wildlife and young animals, but the Greeks saw her as a symbol of growth, abundance, and success in hunting.

When you see Athena, you also see her nemesis Medusa depicted on her shield. According to Hesiod, the one-eyed sons of Gaia and iron-workers of Hephaestus who also made Zeus's thunderbolts. The work of Cyclopes is commonly regarded as the explanation for volcanos, and Hephaestus's Roman counterpart, Vulcan [origin of the term "volcano"], certainly backs this notion up.

The most famous Cyclop is Polyphemus, who was actually a son of Poseidon but often referred to as "Cyclops". Odysseus encounters him and eventually blinds the one eye. A half woman, half-serpent monster who ate men raw. The daughter of Phorcys and Ceto, she coupled with another half-snake, Typhon, and gave birth to Hydra, Cerberus, and Chimaera.

The avenging spirits of the dead who relentlessly pursued wrong-doers. Born of the blood of the castrated Uranus, they were, of course, hideous: They were the sons of Uranus from his castrated blood that appeared almost human except for the fact their legs ended as snakes' tails. They fought the gods at Gaia's insistence and were bound to win as long as they battled only deities.

Zeus summoned Heracles, who was mortal [at the time], and the Giants were defeated. Daughters of Phorcys and Ceto, there were three, Medusa being the only mortal. All were once beautiful, but Athena caught Medusa and Poesidon in her temple doing—well, use your imagination! Medusa was eventually killed by Perseus, and her head placed on Athena's shield.

The underlying message is perhaps feminist in nature: The gorgon's gaze may be a metaphor for man becoming petrified and helpless in the presence of a beautiful [or once-beautiful] woman. Three sisters of the Gorgans who shared one eye between them. Best known as sentinels of the Gorgons, they are represented as old women and the name "graiae" actually means "the gray ones".

Winged female demons often associated with Sirens. Most art has Harpies as winged women rather than bird-bodied. Like the sirens, there was originally two, but then another was added, bringing their number to three. Hesiod names them as Aello and Octpete, with Celaeno the later addition. Their names mean storm, swift-flier, and black cloud.

They are best known as the tormenters of King Phineus, who was rescued by the Argonauts. They were also the mothers to Achilles's talking horses, Xanthus and Balius. Harpies could be the personification of the unfriendly sea and its accompanying bad weather.

Hydra was a snake-like monster born of Echidna and Typhon, with nine grotesque heads. Heracles was sent to kill it for his Second Labor. The problem was, when he cut off one head, two grew back. Heracles's nephew Iolaus managed to counteract this by using firebrands to kill the stumps. However, the nineth head was immortal, but Heracles managed to disable this by burying it deep in the earth.

He dipped his arrows in Hydra's blood, which was venomously poisoned.

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Mythical Creatures Infographics Redemption of the bloodsucker 'Harpyae quarta icon, harpy. Medusa, Greek mythology Roman Jupiter or Zeus in Greek mythology classical god of the sky and of laws. Antique wall engraving of greek mythology Sculpture Aphrodite ancient greek mythology. Vatican Museums.

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