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The Greek God Family Tree Infographic. Topic: religion, greece

The Almost Complete Greek God Family Tree [Infographic]

From Gaia and Ouronus to Zeus and Hera, this Greek god family tree illustrate the most notable gods and goddesses. The genealogical tree also feature some less-known ones

t h e c h a r i t i e s were three goddesses of grace, beauty, adornment, joy, mirth, festivity, dance, and song. they were attendants of the goddesses aphrodite and hera, conceived as the goddesses who gave festive joy and enhanced the enjoyments of life by refinement and gentleness. gracefulness and beauty in social intercourse are therefore attributed to them. they were sometimes depicted in classical art with crowns of myrtle.

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t h e c h a r i t i e s were three goddesses of grace, beauty, adornment, joy, mirth, festivity, dance, and song. they were attendants of the goddesses aphrodite and hera, conceived as the goddesses who gave festive joy and enhanced the enjoyments of life by refinement and gentleness. gracefulness and beauty in social intercourse are therefore attributed to them. they were sometimes depicted in classical art with crowns of myrtle.

Étaín —a figure of Irish mythology, best known as the heroine of Tochmarc Étaíne…

ETAIN by Ignyte-creative on DeviantArt

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Pele - Goddess of Volcanoes by ElizaabethTeo on DeviantArt

A little something for a theme sketch dailies came up with .She wears a volcanic crown and an obsidian dress :3 Pele - Goddess of Volcanoes

Samshin-Halmang (삼신 할머니) is the Korean goddess of life and childbirth. She was once a human girl, but after winning the flower-blooming contest (flowers symbolize life in Korean mythology) between her and the Dragon Lord’s daughter, she became the Goddess charged with pregnancy and delivering of babies. She protects babies and mothers from harm, and is the patron of midwives. It is said that after midwives die, they become spirits called ‘Samshin’ and help Samshin-halmang. #myth

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Samshin-Halmang (삼신 할머니) is the Korean goddess of life and childbirth. She was once a human girl, but after winning the flower-blooming contest (flowers symbolize life in Korean mythology) between her and the Dragon Lord’s daughter, she became the Goddess charged with pregnancy and delivering of babies. She protects babies and mothers from harm, and is the patron of midwives. It is said that after midwives die, they become spirits called ‘Samshin’ and help Samshin-halmang. #myth

It's female Pan. "Panshe" www.telthona.tumblr.com

Panshe by telthona on DeviantArt

Something more painterly this time! I've been testing mixer brush and new custom watercolour brushes :> It's female Pan. "Panshe" www.telthona.tumblr... Panshe

Phoebe was one of the Titans, daughter of Uranus and Gaea. She was married to her brother Coeus, with whom she had Asteria (the starry one) and Leto. The Olympians Apollo and Artemis, twin siblings, were the children of Leto; thus, they were often referred to as Phoebus and Phoebe respectively, taking their alternative names from their grandmother. Phoebe was associated with the moon and the Oracle of Delphi, and was considered to be the goddess of prophecy.....

Phoebe

Phoebe was one of the Titans, daughter of Uranus and Gaea. She was married to her brother Coeus, with whom she had Asteria (the starry one) and Leto

[4/7] KOREAN GODS AND GODDESSES | YEOMNA  Yeomna (염라) or Yeomra, in Korean mythology, is a supreme ruler and fifth of the ten kings of the underworld (Shi-wang), who judges the sins of the deceased and decide what to do with them. He is based on Yama, a wrathful underworld god of the Hindu Vedas.

[4/7] KOREAN GODS AND GODDESSES | YEOMNA Yeomna (염라) or Yeomra, in Korean mythology, is a supreme ruler and fifth of the ten kings of the underworld (Shi-wang), who judges the sins of the deceased and decide what to do with them. He is based on Yama, a wrathful underworld god of the Hindu Vedas.

Japan: Kitsune - Stories depict them as intelligent beings and as possessing…

for-redheads

Dedicated to all redheads/gingers whether natural, red by choice, or temporarily red. profile art: Lucky Star

“EASTERN EUROPEAN/BALTIC MYTHOLOGY MEME > slavic gods and goddesses [9/9]: mokosh” Mokosh is a protector of women and goddess associated with the sacred feminine in Slavic pantheon. She is a goddess of water, home, earth and childbirth. Mokosh...

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“EASTERN EUROPEAN/BALTIC MYTHOLOGY MEME > slavic gods and goddesses [9/9]: mokosh” Mokosh is a protector of women and goddess associated with the sacred feminine in Slavic pantheon. She is a goddess...

Chang’e or Chang-o [嫦娥] is the Chinese goddess of the Moon. Unlike many lunar deities in other cultures who personify the Moon, Chang’e only lives on the Moon. In one version of the Chang’e legend, she was a beautiful young girl working in the Jade Emperor’s palace in heaven, where immortals, good people and fairies lived. One day, she accidentally broke a precious porcelain jar. Angered, the Jade Emperor banished her to live on earth. #myth

nobody's heart is perfect

Chang’e or Chang-o [嫦娥] is the Chinese goddess of the Moon. Unlike many lunar deities in other cultures who personify the Moon, Chang’e only lives on the Moon. In one version of the Chang’e legend, she was a beautiful young girl working in the Jade Emperor’s palace in heaven, where immortals, good people and fairies lived. One day, she accidentally broke a precious porcelain jar. Angered, the Jade Emperor banished her to live on earth. #myth

ORPHEUS | Legendary musician, poet, and prophet in ancient Greek religion and myth. The major stories about him are centered on his ability to charm all living things and even stones with his music, his attempt to retrieve his wife, Eurydice, from the underworld, and his death at the hands of those who could not hear his divine music.

Hymn to Demeter : Triumph of Demeter (483-495) : Greek & English, Illustrations & Commentary

Homeric Hymn to Demeter, Episode: Triumph of Demeter (483-495), translation, ancient greek, citations from commentary, illustrations, transliteration