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The Three Goddesses or Fates: maiden, mother, and crone.  Also, in Greek mythology, Clotho spins the thread of life, Lachesis measures the thread of life, and Atropos cuts the thread of life.

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The Official Online Gallery of Mickie Mueller, artist of fantasy, fairy, and myth. Magical art full of fairies, goddesses, and beings of folklore. Click each image to see larger.

Pegasus is one of the best known mythological creatures in Greek mythology; winged divine horse; sired by Poseidon, in his role as horse-god, & foaled by the Gorgon Medusa; the brother of Chrysaor, born at a single birthing when his mother was decapitated by Perseus

Pegasus is one of the best known mythological creatures in Greek mythology; winged divine horse; sired by Poseidon, in his role as horse-god, & foaled by the Gorgon Medusa; the brother of Chrysaor, born at a single birthing when his mother was decapitated by Perseus

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Obsidian Magic~ associated with Pluto - Greek god of the underworld and keeper of hidden treasure. A grounding stone but contains a fiery element. Useful for developing the strength needed to stand on your own convictions against any enemy (hidden or otherwise).

Obsidian Magic~ associated with Pluto - Greek god of the underworld and keeper of hidden treasure. A grounding stone but contains a fiery element. Useful for developing the strength needed to stand on your own convictions against any enemy (hidden or otherwise).

Artemis Greek goddess of hunting and night

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Tourism - Travel Guide for Turkey and Greece. Travel insurance and credit reviews. Also, site include great media libray about Greek Gods and Mythology.

Greek Mythology: The Katobleps (or Catoblepas) was a large bull-shaped animal of Aithiopia (sub-Saharan Africa) whose downward hanging face, when lifted, could kill by gaze or through the fumes of its noxious breath.    The Katobleps may have been derived from an embellished traveller's account of the African gnu.

CATOBLEPAS (Katobleps) - Animal of Greek & Roman Legend

In ancient Greek and Roman legend the Catoblepas was a large, bull-shaped animal of Ethiopia (sub-Saharan Africa) whose downward-hanging face, when lifted, could kill with a gaze or with the fumes of its noxious breath.

Greek Mythology: The Tauroi Aithiopikoi were a fabulous and extremely ferocious breed of bull native to Aithiopia (sub-Saharan Africa), whose red hides were believed to be impervious to weapons.    They were probably derived from travellers' accounts of the African buffalo.

ETHIOPIAN BULL (Tauros Aithiopikos) - Animal of Greek & Roman Legend

The Ethiopian Bull was a ferocious breed of carnivorous bull native to Ethiopia in sub-Saharan Africa. Its thick, red hide was impervious to weapons.

Greek Mythology: The Baliskos (or Basilisk) was a fabulous North African serpent whose deadly touch and poisonous breath withered plants and killed men.    The creature is later depicted in medieval bestiaries as a serpent-tailed bird.

BASILISK (Basiliskos) - Deadly Serpent of Greek & Roman Legend

In ancient Greek and Roman legend Basilisk was a fabulous North African serpent whose deadly touch and poisonous breath withered plants and killed men.