Nordic folklore, some interesting mythological creatures and figures

Nordic folklore

Nordic folklore, some interesting mythological creatures and figures (Also I love how the troll picture is from Trollhunter)

Sirens: this is the one song everyone would like to learn: the song that is irresistible. #myth

Sirens: this is the one song everyone would like to learn: the song that is irresistible.

Research some more information on the Kraken.  Use the sheet provided from the classroom to guide your search.

Kraken

A kraken is a humongous sea monster that attacks ships and sailors and gobbles them up. Luckily, the kraken is a mythological creature.

Perseus saving Andromeda from the Kraken by Justin Sweet

Perseus saving Andromeda from the Kraken by Justin Sweet. Again Perseus uses the head of Medusa to save his wife. Perseus uses this head as a great weapon to elevate himself into a great hero.

Stygian Witches | Clash of the Titans Wiki | Fandom powered by Wikia

Stygian Witches

The Stygian Witches, in Greek Mythology, are three old women, sisters that know almost.

Whose Greek God/Goddess child would you be?

Whose Greek God/Goddess child would you be?

Poseidon (Neptune) - Greek God of the Sea. His main domain is the ocean and additionally, he is referred to as "Earth-Shaker". He is an Olympian God and brother

Wallarts, Wall Decor, House Interior Decor, Gift for dad, "Greek Mythology Monster of the Deep Sea, Cat Kraken Terrorizing the Ships" Poster

Wallarts, Wall Decor, House Interior Decor, Gift for dad, "Greek Mythology Monster of the Deep Sea, Cat Kraken Terrorizing the Ships" Poster

Alphonse Mucha's Medea

suicideblonde: “ Poster for Medee (Medea) starring Sandra Bernhardt by Mucha ”

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Image result for greek mythology creatures kraken

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There was no “kraken” in Greek mythology, but Desmond Davis’ 1981 smash Clash of the Titans had such a following, and the phrase “Release the Kraken” (uttered by Sir Laurence Olivier) was so hugely popular, that the remake needed it. And it was fun.  http://qilong.deviantart.com/art/Whale-of-a-Tail-405908478

There was no “kraken” in Greek mythology, but Desmond Davis’ 1981 smash Clash of the Titans had such a following, and the phrase “Release the Kraken” (uttered by Sir Laurence Olivier) was so hugely popular, that the remake needed it. And it was fun. http://qilong.deviantart.com/art/Whale-of-a-Tail-405908478

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