Greek royalty

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Hera is the Greek Goddess of Marriage, women, relationships, fertility, childbirth, family, royalty, kingdoms and the air, and Queen of the Heavens and the Gods. She is one of the three sisters and the wife of Zeus, and is therefore the Queen of the Greek Gods. She is very jealous of Zeus's... Art, Character Design, Greek Royalty, Character Art, Female Art, Goddess Art, Fantasy Clothing, Mythology Art, Fantasy Queen

In Greek Mythology, Hera is the goddess of marriage, women, fertility, childbirth, family, royalty, queenship heirs, kingdoms and the air, and Queen of the Heavens and the Gods. She is one of the three sisters and the wife of Zeus, and is therefore the Queen of the Greek Gods. She is very jealous of Zeus's lovers, and angry about the fact that he had children without her. She especially loathes husband's son, Heracles. She wanted to give Zeus "a taste of his own medicine", so she tried to…

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The Hesperides in greek mythology are the nymphs of evening and golden light of sunsets, who were the "Daughters of the Evening" or "Nymphs of the West". They were also called the Atlantides from their reputed father, the Titan Atlas. Ordinarily, the Hesperides number three, like the other Greek triads (the Three Graces and the Three Fates). "Since the Hesperides themselves are mere symbols of the gifts the apples embody, they cannot be actors in a human drama. Their abstract, interchangeable... Costumes, Cosplay, Goddess, Goddess Costume, Goddess Outfit, Greek Costumes, Greek Goddess Costume, Egyptian Goddess Costume, Mythology Costumes

The Hesperides in greek mythology are the nymphs of evening and golden light of sunsets, who were the "Daughters of the Evening" or "Nymphs of the West". They were also called the Atlantides from their reputed father, the Titan Atlas. Ordinarily, the Hesperides number three, like the other Greek triads (the Three Graces and the Three Fates). "Since the Hesperides themselves are mere symbols of the gifts the apples embody, they cannot be actors in a human drama. Their abstract…

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