Mythical Creatures

Furies (Erinyes) in Greek mythology are mythical chthonic deities that chased those who had committed crimes against the physical and moral order of things.

Furies (Erinyes) in Greek mythology are mythical chthonic deities that chased those who had committed crimes against the physical and moral order of things.

Medusa - Gorgon is one of the oldest and most popular ancient myths. Medusa in Greek mythology is referenced as one of the three Gorgons.

Medusa – Gorgon is one of the oldest and most popular ancient myths. Medusa in Greek mythology is referenced as one of the three Gorgons.

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Lefteris Koukakis is the founder of www.greek-mythology-pantheon.com and a vivid researcher. One of his passions is Greek Mythology and using his skills, wishes to share this knowledge with everyone. His goal is to make the reading more interesting and for that reason he supplements it with Art Pictures.

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3 thoughts on “Mythical Creatures

  1. Khier Starchylde says:

    Nice stuff, but are many of these by others whose names are attached to each image? Do they own these?
    I have a school of Astrology which features and focuses on the Pantheon archetypes for interpretation and meaning for our current lives. I’m spiritually oriented to help people develop.
    To supplement these Ideas, I use drawings and statues of the Pantheon. I would like permission to use some of the images. Do you think that’s possible?

    • Hello Khier 🙂

      Everything that is written in this website is created and owned by me, but the pictures are not my creations. They are owned by their respective creators who are mentioned right below each image. These artists often present their pictures in the internet and if you use them for non-commercial purpose, in the vast majority of their cases, they do not have a problem. You have the permission to use any image I use in my website, if it is not for a commercial purpose. I would suggest you mention the image creator’s name under the image and if you like put a link to http://www.greek-mythology-pantheon.com.

      I wish you a good day 🙂

      Lefteris

  2. Karam says:

    Please, what about Chiron and the Centaurs…?
    It would be great to have your deep and thorough take on them-

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