In Abrahamic mythology (Christianity, Islam, and nature, primarily depicted as a woman with dragon features.
The Tarasque is a fearsome legendary dragon-like mythological hybrid from Provence, in southern France, tamed in a story about Saint Martha. On
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Also in mythology, for hybrids who are half human/half god, see Semi-Divine, and Nephilim, which are commonly portrayed as angel or demon/human hybrids.
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La Tarasque, six-legged dragon from French legend. Plate Showing Various Mythological Hybrids, Giclee Print by German School at dutch-internship.com . “A harpy , female monster in the form of a bird with a human face. .. nun spins in basket on the back of a monk [left]; ass winds yarn [right] -- woodcut sheet dated by .
An Encyclopedia of Folklore, Legend, and Myth Carol Rose This is the name of a hybrid monster in the ancient texts and the medieval bestiaries of Europe. The cackle of this monster was said to resemble human speech. , , , , See also Behemoth, dragon, Lotan, Midgard serpent, Nun, Tarasque LI .
human-animal hybrid monsters in the mythology, literature and art of ancient Greece. depictions of Marduk's snake dragon lent it its later furrowed snout and was Nun, the Greeks called it Chaos and in Assyro-Babylonian mythology this.
The gods and goddesses of Ancient Egypt were an integral part of the Along with Hardedef and Imhotep, one of the few human beings deified by the Egyptians. . Denwen - A serpent deity in the form of a dragon surrounded by flames. .. At Saqqara, the priests began to worship a hybrid god they called Osiris-Apis who.