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Hades- God of the Underworld

Hades - Greco - Roman god of the Underworld and wealth (because all precious metals or jewels that are in the ground belong to him). He is one of the twelve Olympians. His symbol is the Helmet of Darkness which makes him invisible when worn.

Druids Trees:  Emerging tree spirit.

Dryad - A dryad is a tree nymph, or female tree spirit, in Greek mythology. They were normally considered to be very shy creatures, except around the goddess Artemis, who was known to be a friend to most nymphs.

epic little people floor!

Epic Floor

Epic Floor Design, although I'm not sure what the idea is. if laid with clear or glass tiles to see the design would be different, but to put black tiles over doesn't make any sense. I wonder if you get a magnifying glass to view the floor.

mortisia: “Anubis (Ancient Greek: Ἄνουβις) is the Greek name of a jackal-headed god associated with mummification and the afterlife in ancient Egyptian religion. Like many ancient Egyptian deities,.

Manticore. Fierce and deadly creature with a lion's body and claws, a scorpions tail, and a face of a man with rows of sharp fangs. Extremely dangerous- do not approach!

Manticore by Mary Graham, ~Kipestshin on deviantART. Quite possibly from a Chinese descendant.

This pictures depicts the theme "Retribution for evil". This picture is of Medusa. Medusa was beautiful young woman whose looks got her a lot of attention growing up. Athena turned her to a hideous monster and anyone who looked at her would turn to stone. She was banished to the ends of the earth with the gorgon sisters. This shows the horrible and eternal punishments people received for acting out to the gods/goddesses.

Another image to give an idea of the wide variety of looks Medusa has been presented to have. The only real consistency being the snakes for hair.

The three greek fates fantasy mythology art 8 by 10 print - The Fates

I like the more feminine and more modern approach (but still keeping them in Grecian time) on this version of the fates. (The Fates- Greek mythology Post Card)

Богиня воды!

Athena The Goddess of Wisdom and War Born of the head of Zues, she is the goddess of wisdom. She represents the side of war that is ruled by strategy and thought. "Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.

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