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Miloš, Marko i vila - Paja Jovanović - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ravijojla (IPA: [raʋǐjɔːjla]), a vila of the Serbian mythology, on a painting inspired by the Serbian epic poem "Marko Kraljević and the Vila".

Satyr carrying wine grapes

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.

Dis Pater, or Dispater was a Roman god of the underworld, later subsumed by Pluto or Hades. Originally a chthonic god of riches, fertile agricultural land, and underground mineral wealth, he was later commonly equated with the Roman deities Pluto and Orcus, becoming an underworld deity.  Dis Pater was commonly shortened to simply Dis. This name has since become an alternative name for the underworld or a part of the underworld, such as the Dis of The Divine Comedy.

Dis Pater Celtic (Gaulish) God, originally of death and the underworld, eventually the chief of Gods. It is said that Dis Pater is the ancestor of all the Gauls. (Cover painting for 'Kill The Dead')

A Spooky Guide to Legendary Creatures From Around the World | Mental Floss UK

A Spooky Guide to Legendary Creatures From Around the World

baba yellowlegs--- creepy pagan goddess Wendy, leader of the lost boys

In Russian folklore 'Baba Yaga' appears as the infamous 'Witch with Iron Teeth'. Often portrayed in books and told to be part of the 'Iron Teeth' clans.

Muddy Colors: Paja Jovanović ( Vršac 1859 – Vienna 1957)

Paja Jovanovic - Wounded Montenegrin, 1882 - Gallery of Matica Srpska

Sventovit

SVETOVID - His memory is probably most preserved in Serbia through VIDOVDAN (the feast of St Vitus - of June.a important day in history) which is one of the most important days in the Serbian Orthodox calender

Joanovitch Paul (1859–1957) The Sword Dance, Private Collection - Paja Jovanović - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Joanovitch Paul The Sword Dance, Private Collection - Paja Jovanović - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Paja Jovanović-Ženidba Cara Dušana - Paja Jovanović - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Wedding of Czar Dushan of Serbia

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