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Hamadriad are supernatural creatures that live in trees in Greek mythology. They are a special class of nymphs. Hamadriad born in specific trees and has a very close relationship with the tree which became her residence. If the tree she inhabites dies, then she will die, too. Therefore, Driad and the gods will punish anyone who harm trees. Roman, Drake, Dryads, Faeries, Nymph, Engel, Ange, Resim, Dieren
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Hamadriad are supernatural creatures that live in trees in Greek mythology. They are a special class of nymphs. Hamadriad born in specific trees and has a very close relationship with the tree which became her residence. If the tree she inhabites dies, then she will die, too. Therefore, Driad and the gods will punish anyone who harm trees.
Athena - myth: 'the weaving contest' with Arachne who was transformed by the goddess into a spider Athena Goddess, Greek Gods And Goddesses, Athena, Egyptian Mythology, Greek Goddess Of Wisdom, Greek Goddess, Deities, Goddess
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Athena - myth: 'the weaving contest' with Arachne who was transformed by the goddess into a spider
The Hydra, an ancient serpent-like chthonic water beast  that possessed many heads , the poets mention more heads than the vase-painters could paint, and for each head cut off it grew two more, it's poisonous breath and blood were so potent, even its tracks were deadly. The Hydra of Lerna was killed by Hercules as the second of his Twelve Tasks Dragons, Fantasy Art, Greek Gods, Naga, Beautiful Dragon, Mythical, Fantasy, Ancient, Greek
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The Hydra, an ancient serpent-like chthonic water beast that possessed many heads , the poets mention more heads than the vase-painters could paint, and for each head cut off it grew two more, it's poisonous breath and blood were so potent, even its tracks were deadly. The Hydra of Lerna was killed by Hercules as the second of his Twelve Tasks
In Greek mythology,  Euryale was the second eldest one of the Gorgons. She and her sister Stheno, were immortal, where as Medusa was mortal. According to some versions, Euryale was transformed into a Gorgon because of standing with her sister Medusa, who was raped by the sea god Poseidon in the Temple of Athena. In many stories, Euryale is noted for her bellowing cries, particularly in the tale of Medusa's death at Perseus' hands. Dark Fantasy, Fantasy Girl, Female Art, Snake Girl, Goddess Art, Monster Girl
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In Greek mythology, Euryale was the second eldest one of the Gorgons. She and her sister Stheno, were immortal, where as Medusa was mortal. According to some versions, Euryale was transformed into a Gorgon because of standing with her sister Medusa, who was raped by the sea god Poseidon in the Temple of Athena. In many stories, Euryale is noted for her bellowing cries, particularly in the tale of Medusa's death at Perseus' hands.
Agrius and Oreius- Greek myth: twin brothers that were half bear half man. Fantasy Creatures, The Beast, Beast, Fantasy Beasts, Werewolf, Wolfman, Creatures
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Agrius and Oreius- Greek myth: twin brothers that were half bear half man.
Typhon- the father of all monsters Greek myth: the husband of echidna, he was feared by even the Olympians because he was the most powerful of all monsters. In spite of this zeus was able to subdue him and trap him under mount Etna. Actuality: an elaborate myth to explain why the mountain rumbles (mount Etna is a volcano) Greek And Roman Mythology, Greek Creatures, Angelic Symbols, Greek Myths
Typhon- the father of all monsters Greek myth: the husband of echidna, he was feared by even the Olympians because he was the most powerful of all monsters. In spite of this zeus was able to subdue him and trap him under mount Etna. Actuality: an elaborate myth to explain why the mountain rumbles (mount Etna is a volcano)
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Echidna (Half-snake, half-woman) is the mother of the most famous and fearsome of Greek monsters. Married to the god/monster Typhon, the two beasts bore a brood of children that only a half-serpent mother could love. When she and her mate attacked the Olympians, Zeus beat them back and punished Typhon by sealing him under Mount Etna. However, Zeus allowed Echidna and her children to live as a challenge to future heroes.: Female Dragon, Fantasy Art Women, Fantasy Dragon
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Echidna (Half-snake, half-woman) is the mother of the most famous and fearsome of Greek monsters. Married to the god/monster Typhon, the two beasts bore a brood of children that only a half-serpent mother could love. When she and her mate attacked the Olympians, Zeus beat them back and punished Typhon by sealing him under Mount Etna. However, Zeus allowed Echidna and her children to live as a challenge to future heroes.:
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Lamia- a Greek mythological female demon. Half-woman and half-serpent, she was described as a child-devouring murderer. Lamia were the daughters and granddaughters of Lilith... who bore the succubi, who bore the vampire. Echidna, Gods And Goddesses
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Lamia- a Greek mythological female demon. Half-woman and half-serpent, she was described as a child-devouring murderer. Lamia were the daughters and granddaughters of Lilith... who bore the succubi, who bore the vampire.
"Hippocampi.  In Greek mythology, a half-horse, half-fish creature."   What I wanna know, which one's Rainbow? Sea Monsters
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"Hippocampi. In Greek mythology, a half-horse, half-fish creature." What I wanna know, which one's Rainbow?
Ceto- in Greek myth, she was known as the goddess of dangerous waters and… Character Art, Character Design, Dragon
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Ceto- in Greek myth, she was known as the goddess of dangerous waters and…