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16/6/2011

cerberus  greek mythology

cerberus greek mythology


cerberus  greek mythology

cerberus greek mythology


cerberus  greek mythology

cerberus greek mythology


cerberus  greek mythology

cerberus greek mythology


cerberus  greek mythology

cerberus greek mythology


cerberus  greek mythology

cerberus greek mythology


cerberus  greek mythology

cerberus greek mythology


cerberus  greek mythology

cerberus greek mythology


cerberus  greek mythology

cerberus greek mythology


cerberus  greek mythology

cerberus greek mythology


Cerberus ( Greek mythology ), in Greek mythology, the monstrous watchdog of the underworld. He was usually said to have three heads, though the poet Hesiod Jump to Cerberus ‎: Cerberus is one of the offspring of Typhoeus and Echidna. It is a three headed dog with a snake tail and snake heads proturding from Two Greek Heroes have gotten the better of Cerberus in Greek mythology . Our mythologist tells you who on Gods-and-Monsters.com. Cerberus , the hound of Hades | Caeretan black figure hydria C6th B.C. | Musée du Source: Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology . The common depiction of Cerberus in Greek mythology and art is as having three heads, a mane of live serpents (similar to Medusa's hair) and a snake's tail.
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