Maenad - in Greek mythology, maenads (Ancient Greek: μαινάδες, mainádes) were the female followers of Dionysus (Bacchus in the Roman pantheon).

mermaid

In Greek mythology, maenads were the female followers of Dionysus, and the most significant members of the Thiasus, the god's retinue. Their name literally translates as "raving ones". Often the maenads were portrayed as inspired by Dionysus into a state of ecstatic frenzy, through a combination of dancing and intoxication. During these rites, the maenads would dress in fawn skins and carry a thyrsus, a long stick wrapped in ivy or vine leaves and tipped with a pinecone.

Huginn and Muninn In Norse mythology, Huginn (meaning “thought”) and Muninn (meaning “memory” or “mind”) are a pair of ravens that fly all over the world, Midgard, and bring the god Odin information

Nane was an Armenian pagan Mother Goddess. She was the Goddess of War, Wisdom, and Motherhood, and the daughter of the supreme God Aramazd. Nane looked like a young beautiful woman in the clothing of a warrior, with spear and shield in hand, like the Greek Athene, with whom she was identified in the Hellenic period.

Artume (also called Aritimi, Artames, or Artumes) was an Etruscan goddess who was the goddess of night, of the moon (like another goddess, Losna), death, nature, woods and fertility. She was associated with the Greek goddess Artemis in later history.

In Greek mythology, the Makhai ("battles") were the daemons (spirits) of battle and combat, and were sons or daughters of Eris. Some of their names were: Homados (Battle-Noise), Alala (War-Cry), Proioxis (Onrush), Palioxis (Backrush) and Kydoimos (Confusion).

gaia

Slavic sky goddesses. Zorya Utrennyaya, the morning star. Zorya Vechernyaya, the evening star. And the midnight Zorya. They keep the sky safe from a chained dog who would devour the stars if loosed. They also protect their favorites in battle, shielding them with a veil to hide them from the enemies sight.

Valkyrie Bust

Medusa one of my favorites from greek mythology <3

The goddess Nut by Byam Shaw. In Egyptian mythology, Nut was the Goddess of the Sky. Her body made a protective layer over the Earth. Nut was the sister and wife of Geb, and the mother of Isis, Osiris, Nephthys, Horus and Seth. The ancient Egyptians believed that Nut swallowed the Sun God, Ra, every night and gave birth to him every morning.

In Greek mythology, Achilles was a Greek hero of the Trojan War, the central character and the greatest warrior of Homer's Iliad.

Amazing Pan - Gui Brigaudiot

Sinann - Irish River Goddess in ancient Celtic mythology associated with the river Shannon, the longest river in Ireland which was sought out for its hazelnuts of wisdom.

Faun by Forest Rogers. The faun is a rustic forest god or goddess of Roman mythology often associated with enchanted woods and the Greek god Pan and his satyrs.

In Norse mythology, Rán (Old Norse "sea") is a sea goddess. She is married to Ægir and they have nine daughters together. She had a net in which she tried to capture men who ventured out on the sea She is also associated with the practice of sailors bringing gold with them on any voyage, so that if they drowned while at sea, Ran would be pleased by their gift. (wiki)

Guerin Pierre Narcisse - Morpheus and Iris /// Morpheus ( or Μορφέας, Morpheas, "shaper [of dreams]") in Greek mythology is the god of dreams,leader of the Oneiroi. Morpheus has the ability to take any human form and appear in dreams. His true semblance is that of a winged daemon, imagery shared with many of his siblings.

Representing Greek God Apollo

beautiful moon