De revolutionibus ... GEO HISTORIA: MITOLOGÍA CLÁSICA: LOS NOMBRES DE LOS DIOSES GRIEGOS Y ROMANOS

De revolutionibus ... GEO HISTORIA: MITOLOGÍA CLÁSICA: LOS NOMBRES DE LOS DIOSES GRIEGOS Y ROMANOS

Artemisa Diosa lunar y cazadora                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Artemisa Diosa lunar y cazadora Más

Blog del profe Jaime: EJERCICIOS INTERACTIVOS DE MITOLOGÍA

Blog del profe Jaime: EJERCICIOS INTERACTIVOS DE MITOLOGÍA

Hera (Olympiansrule.com)

Hera (Olympiansrule.com)

t h e c h a r i t i e s were three goddesses of grace, beauty, adornment, joy, mirth, festivity, dance, and song. they were attendants of the goddesses aphrodite and hera, conceived as the goddesses who gave festive joy and enhanced the enjoyments of life by refinement and gentleness. gracefulness and beauty in social intercourse are therefore attributed to them. they were sometimes depicted in classical art with crowns of myrtle.

t h e c h a r i t i e s were three goddesses of grace, beauty, adornment, joy, mirth, festivity, dance, and song. they were attendants of the goddesses aphrodite and hera, conceived as the goddesses who gave festive joy and enhanced the enjoyments of life by refinement and gentleness. gracefulness and beauty in social intercourse are therefore attributed to them. they were sometimes depicted in classical art with crowns of myrtle.

M Y T H S

M Y T H S

Dalnim (달님) is the Korean goddess of the moon. She was originally a girl named Dalsun who climbed to heaven and became the moon. #myth

Dalnim (달님) is the Korean goddess of the moon. She was originally a girl named Dalsun who climbed to heaven and became the moon. #myth

“Greek Gods, Titans and Primordial Deities ”

“Greek Gods, Titans and Primordial Deities ”

Mirika, noble hija de conde

Mirika, noble hija de conde

In Greek mythology, Lyssa (Greek: Λύσσα; called Lytta (Λύττα) by the Athenians) was the spirit of mad rage, frenzy and rabies in animals. She was closely related to the Maniae, the spirits of madness and insanity. Her Roman equivalent was variously named Ira, Furor, or Rabies. Sometimes she was multiplied into a host of Irae and Furores.

In Greek mythology, Lyssa (Greek: Λύσσα; called Lytta (Λύττα) by the Athenians) was the spirit of mad rage, frenzy and rabies in animals. She was closely related to the Maniae, the spirits of madness and insanity. Her Roman equivalent was variously named Ira, Furor, or Rabies. Sometimes she was multiplied into a host of Irae and Furores.

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