Slavic Mythology, monsters and gods, part 3

Slavic Mythology, monsters and gods, part 3

Nordic folklore, some interesting mythological creatures and figures

Nordic folklore

Nordic folklore these creatures have a likely origin of the Jotner in Norse mythology. Jotner were most damaging to the Norse gods , but sometimes benefit

Travel booking site Venere made a spirited attempt to display just some of the mythological monsters of the world on an infographic. My first impressions were all positive.

Know the monsters of Earth [infographic]

Sara Fanelli - Mythological Monsters book / The Harpies -- Collage style work. Interesting perspective on people/bird. How are the people in the story viewed? Are they seen from a distorted perspective?

Sara Fanelli - Mythological Monsters book / The Harpies -- Collage style work. Interesting perspective on people/bird. How are the people in the story viewed? Are they seen from a distorted perspective?

Learn The ABCs With Some Mythological Monsters

Learn The ABCs With Some Mythological Monsters

Concept artist Nathaniel Anderson has illustrated a really cool graphic called Bestiary Alphabetum, which puts together a mythological creature with a corresponding letter of the alphabet.

Baba-Yaga (Баба-яга) is one of the most ancient characters in Slavic mythology. Her image draws closer to the image of a common witch but however Baba-Yaga is a creature much more dangerous and powerful than any witch.

BABA YAGA - (Баба-яга) is one of the most ancient characters in Slavic mythology. Her image draws closer to the image of a common witch but however Baba-Yaga is a creature much more dangerous and powerful than any witch.

Sara Fanelli - Mythological Monsters book / Medusa Leggi "Fare Fuori La Medusa" il blomanzo di Ben Apfel su farefuorilamedusa.com #medusa

Sara Fanelli, Medusa - Mythological Monsters -- This image has various interesting parts, the use of visual texture in the face, to the snakes on her head with more drawn detail.

Greek Mythological Monsters Word Search (Grade 6)

Greek Mythological Monsters Word Search (Grade 6)

hydra. Also a Greek mythological monster that, when you cut off the head, two more appear

Also a Greek mythological monster that, when you cut off the head, two more appear. Other than Greek, this word also has origins in Latin, Middle English and Middle French. It appeared in our English usage around

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