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Creative Screenwriting Magazine Oct 24
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dnu1 21h
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🕯️Elizabeth Eckstein ⚗️📚 Oct 22
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HeadbangersTrail Oct 24
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Shreemayee sweta snigdha Mishra Oct 21
The centres around the victory of good over evil Happy
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Leo Quaid Oct 25
Secret discovered! The Mont Order in mythology
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𝕯𝖊𝖆𝖙𝖍2𝕿𝖍𝖊𝕲𝖗𝖆𝖛𝖊Horror RT Pinned Tweet Oct 22
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Gareth Harney Oct 23
A fascinating ancient Roman graffito from a private house in Pompeii.. LABYRINTHVS: HIC•HABITAT MINOTAURVS "The Labyrinth: Here lives the Minotaur." Carved on a column in the House of Lucretius, c.79 AD
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LoreCat(alog) Oct 26
Mušḫuššu (𒈲𒄭𒄊), a creature from Mesopotamian mythology whose name translates to "reddish snake " or "splendor serpent", became Marduk's servant after being conquered by him. A hybrid animal, it had dragon, snake, and cat features.
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Anna Harvey 1h
Poseidon, the god of the sea, storms and horses, was given the epithet Earth Shaker as the ruler of earthquakes. In the Trojan Wars, the god takes the Trojan side against the Greeks. NEW BLOG at
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Zorryn. Oct 19
Replying to @zorryn_art
Rendered in Redshift - worked with a lot of atmo and light this time :) As always, for the 3200x3200px version, check out !
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Mary Morgan Oct 25
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Elly Shakib 12h
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Stephanie Collins 20h
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Josephine Leonard Oct 23
Demonology - A Breif Overview of Abaddon
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Dr. Carolyn Willekes 21h
It seems appropriate to wear my Medusa toque when it is 1. Halloween week, and 2. we are discussing perceptions of women in Greek literature!
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Spider Cat Stan Oct 22
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Kxng La Ma Oct 25
Man I just think love should feel different !
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Mythology Abroad Oct 22
The Chimaera: the myth vs. the real life mountain where these stories came from...
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☼ Yliade ☾ Oct 22
Melinoe is the Greek goddess (or nymph) of ghosts and the bringer of nightmares and madness. She is the daughter of Persephone. Prints :
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