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Peitho the goddess of persuasion and seductive speech. She was a handmaiden of Aphrodite and one of the Theoi Gamelioi (gods of marriage).

Aphrodite, Greek goddess of love, by Xia Taptara. From Immortal - Art Book of Myths and Legends - on Kickstarter

RAN - she was the JOTUN goddess of the sea and wife of AEGIR, the JOTUN Lord of the Sea. She and AEGIRr had nine beautiful daughters called 'The Waves'), each of which represented a different type of wave. RAN carries a large magical net, which she uses to catch both fish and men. RAN and her family lived in an undersea cave lined with gold.

One of the kin, he's a fearsome one that has high respect in their culture. Maybe a religious figure? guerreros aztecas - Buscar con Google

Mount Olympus

Mount Olympus. Some of the first stories I ever heard were tales of the gods and goddesses of Greek and Roman mythology.

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Vellamo: The Goddess of water, waves and storm in Finnish mythology. (by Minttu Hynninen)