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Ceto, goddess of the dangers of the ocean and of sea monsters. The flower of the rivers by SARYTH (deviantART)- Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

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8 mapas medievais e renascentistas recheados de monstros marinhos

Mapa de Olaus Magnus, que mostra a Islândia (esquerda) e a Noruega (direita)

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Cs5 Color - Dragão Marinho

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Hippocampus

Esta criatura é uma combinação de um cavalo, e peixe, ou simplesmente um Cavalo-Marinho maior e com nadadeiras dianteiras.

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8 mapas medievais e renascentistas recheados de monstros marinhos

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Merherman by Maxwell Davenport, *suburbbum on deviantART | via @C Frusher

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1603 -by Abraham Ortelius, from Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Now appears in: "A Ketos in Early Athens: An Archaeology of Whales and Sea Monsters in the Greek World" by Papadopoulos and Ruscillo in American Journal of Archaeology. Ortelius issued another version of his famous map in 1603, including this detail of what he identified as the Steipereidur. Despite its fearsome teeth, Ortelius considered this animal the tamest of whales, explaining that it "fights other whales on behalf of fishermen."

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Works by vashperado | Dragons Breath

16th century map of monsters around the waters of Iceland.

Medieval Sea Monsters

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Print made by Philips Galle After Maarten van Heemskerck 1566 Jonah cast on shore by the whale; a monstrous fish regurgitates Jonah on to dry land overseen by the Lord above; after Heemskerck. 1566

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Follow the Water by Tatchit on DeviantArt

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1560, Sebastian Munster.One of the most famous charts of mythical sea monsters. Munster's plate of monsters of both land and sea, taken from Olaus Magnus' Carta Marina of 1539.

Sea Dragon the Leviathan by ChuckWalton.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

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Maps C.2.c.5.(45.), detail

illustration from 'Sea Monsters' by C Van Duzer 2013 courtesy of publisher: British Library

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Front half is a horse, back half is sea creature (usually a dolphin.) Also Called Hippocampus or the Steeds of Neptune Might actually be The fanciful version above may be based on a misunderstanding of a description of either of the an actual sea-horse (genus: hippocampus) which are only a few inches long, or a hippopotamus. Seen in A common symbolic image among sea-farers, and in heraldry.

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Ancient map rendering of mythological sea creatures.

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Igor Kori

sea monkey by bongoshock.deviantart.com

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Merrow - The Irish merpeople are called Merrow's. They can be distinguished by the red feather caps they wear to propel themselves; if stolen, they cannot return underwater. Their appearance is more fish than human, but that does not deter the women from falling in love with humans. And despite their unique beauty, fishermen avoid them because their presence, though kind in thought, is generally an omen of a storm.

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1550 Map of terrifying monsters by amphalon, via Flickr

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The Monsters That Helped Put Sharknado On the Map

Hand colored image from 1572 from the Carta Marina in the map collection of the National Library of Sweden

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