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cattedrale di acerenza - Поиск в Google

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Twin-tailed mermaid on ashlar stone on Lem Church, Denmark. Shortly before year 1100.

Twin-tailed mermaid on ashlar stone on Lem Church, Denmark. Shortly before year 1100.

Siren; is a deadly creature, half human, half bird or fish.

Siren; is a deadly creature, half human, half bird or fish.

pictish sea goddess

pictish sea goddess

Women of the Sea, Muses of the Ages - Medievalists.net [ARTICLE]

Women of the Sea, Muses of the Ages - Medievalists.net [ARTICLE]

Double-tailed fish-siren - Une sirène-poisson à double queue = sirène bifide by petrus.agricola, via Flickr

Double-tailed fish-siren - Une sirène-poisson à double queue = sirène bifide by petrus.agricola, via Flickr

Medieval carving of a Mermaid at  Clonfert Cathedral in County Galway, Ireland. Photo: Mike Harding

Medieval carving of a Mermaid at Clonfert Cathedral in County Galway, Ireland. Photo: Mike Harding

A melusine or mermaid in the  facade of San Michele, Pavia, Italy by renzodionigi, via Flickr

A melusine or mermaid in the facade of San Michele, Pavia, Italy by renzodionigi, via Flickr

Resultado de imagen de cola bífida

Resultado de imagen de cola bífida

The siren in the Hortus sanitatis, “De piscibus,” chapter 83, published in 1491. (British Library, IB.344). Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps.

The siren in the Hortus sanitatis, “De piscibus,” chapter 83, published in 1491. (British Library, IB.344). Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps.

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