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Monsters and mythical creatures of the Ancient Greek Civilization.


Centaur


Centaur
-a half-man half-horse creature.
Claimed to have inhabited
the mountains of Thessaly.








Cyclops
- the one eyed giant.





Cyclops


Harpy



Harpy
-winged death spirits,
well-known for stealing foods
from Greek King Phineas









Lamia
-a Greek mythological female demon.
Half-woman and half-serpent,
she was described as a
child-devouring murderer.








Lamia


Medusa


Medusa
- Gorgon with snakes of hair.
Gazing upon her eyes,
onlookers would turn to stone.







Nymph
-beautiful deities of nature.
They are claimed to dwell in
mountain groves, springs
and rivers.

Nymph

Minotaur



Minotaur
-half-man half bull.
Dwelling at the center of the Labyrinth
located in Crete, Greece.






Pegasus
-mighty winged horse that sprang
from Medusa's head when she
was beheaded by Perseus.






Pegasus


Satyr



Satyrs
-hoofed demigods
of woods and fields.
Associated with strong
sex drives and nymphs are
often their target.







Siren
-deities who lured sailors
to destruction with their
melodic songs.




Siren

Hydra



Hydra
- a serpent beast/ dragon with nine or more heads.
In the Greek mythology, these creature
can only be defeated by cutting it's
head and burning it's neck. Known to have
a very venomous blood and breath.








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