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Stephanie Collins 12h
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Ankita Deshkar 23h
I came across another story of birth of Lord Ganesha in Shiv Purana. Saturn considered as accursed deity, knew his sight was dreadful and still after birth of Ganesha looked at him when he was a baby and his head vanished. It was Vishnu who brought elephant head.
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Jesse Seth Frankel Aug 17
"Engaging and thrilling!" 5* For Medusa, freedom is temporary, but love is eternal. Not all monsters have hearts made of stone. Love always finds a way.
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Becky Atherton 18h
The Harpy is nearly finished !! Just fish/flowers and more peacock feathers to add
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🧩Mr.Dan Studios🧩 11h
I'm totally going somewhere with it - you'll see.
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Jayar Jackson Aug 14
Reminder: Reagan called Africans monkeys, saying they aren't used to wearing shoes. It was on tape, so yall can finally believe it. Nah, I'm not going to let it go. Since ppl falsely characterized him so long as a god, let's not conveniently forget who he really was.
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Ancient Pages 19h
A very well designed 2,000-year-old Roman shoe discovered in a well.
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Ashley King Kinney Aug 11
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Sheen Ponce 24h
warm up before working. started as a figure drawing. pushed the sketch further and made a character out of it.
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Arbeitskreis für Vergleichende Mythologie e.V. Aug 19
The Graeae or "grey witches" are the sisters of the Gorgons and depicted as grey-haired old women. They share one tooth and one eye, which they took turns in using. Her task is to watch over the garden of the Hesperides, where a wondertree is growing.
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Otherworlds Publishing 2h
The Amber Library, an ambitious restructuring of the worlds mythology and much much more... seeks to enchant many with this beautiful exploration of the past. Learn more at
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MythologyMonday Aug 17
Hello lovers! Join on Mythology Monday for the theme: 𝗦𝗶𝘀𝘁𝗲𝗿𝘀 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗦𝗶𝘀𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗹𝘆 𝗟𝗼𝘃𝗲 Please use the hashtag for RTs!
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Historium Unearthia Aug 19
The sister of Helius and Selene was the rosy-armed goddess of dawn, Eos - who personified the light of day. Eos arose each morning from a golden throne in her palace in the east to announce the coming of her brother. (Img: E. De Morgan)
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