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ATLANTIS. I Cambianti delle Nuove Vie 13 dicembre 2013 - 13 febbraio 2014 Rinascenza Contemporanea via Palermo 140 - 65122 Pescara

Gods Goddesses Legends Myths: The Greek TItan Atlas, who bore the weight of the World.

Hindu Gods and there Greek Counterparts. Here is the best solutions for your all problems @ +919549784802

Hindu Gods and there Greek Counterparts

Hindu Gods and there Greek Counterparts - interesting but I thought Hindu gods were facets of the same deity. Plus that's not a pic of Hades, that's Zeus.

Fernir got me quaking

Fernir got me quaking

Not pictured: The legendary Scuzzlebutt of South Park, Colorado View "Infographic: Mythical Creatures From Around The World" and more funny posts on Dorkly

The Almost Complete Greek God Family Tree - Aphrodite is hilarious! How they tied her in!

The Almost Complete Greek God Family Tree

The Greek god family tree. (Not pictured: literally thousands of minor gods, demigods, and folks of a mythological persuasion.

THE EPXELON OF DUO POWERS

Angels: Hierarchy of Angels and Demons Artwork (Artist: justdegan via Deviant Art)

Red/Black Samurai armour. Inspiration for possible back tattoo. http://www.samoerai.name/index.html

Belgian Man Made His Own Samurai Armor

When Danny was sixteen, he started collecting Japanese swords. But after he saw The Last Samurai as an adult, he knew swords weren& enough. He wanted his own suit of samurai armor. So, he spent two years of his life making one.

THESEUS - Was the mythical founder-king of Athens and was the son of Aethra by two fathers: Aegeus and Poseidon. Theseus was a founder-hero, like Perseus, Cadmus, or Heracles, all of whom battled and overcame foes that were identified with an archaic religious and social order. As Heracles was the Dorian hero, Theseus was a founding hero, considered by Athenians as their own great reformer:

Theseus- Greek myth: a demi-god hero, son of Aethra and poseidon, who killed the Minotaur that lurked at the center of King Minos’ labyrinth. Theseus found his way out of the maze thanks to the priestess (and princess) Ariadne and her ball of thread

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