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  • Robert Herrada

    Cool tattoo idea!

  • Zephyr

    The Gorgon Medusa is perhaps the best example of the merger between goddess and snake. The Gorgons were the daughters of the sea god Phorcys and Ceto, whose gaze could turn men to stone. While her sisters Stheno (forceful) and Euryale (far roaming) were both immortal, Medusa was subjected to mortality.

  • Verdokinhax

    Age of Mythology - Medusa by Greg Horn - Medusa: Esteno and Euryale daughter, was a beautiful woman who served the goddess Athena in her sacred temple, then raped by Poseidon and was cursed by the goddess, was exiled to the world of Hades until Athena Perseus decapitated her and use her head on his shield.

  • stormy

    My new tattoo... beautiful

  • Lisa LaScala

    Medusa and Athena - Greek Mythology Free Playscripts for Kids!

  • Kurious KAT

    Fantasy Art » Greg Horn » 555 Age Of Mythology

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