Greek Cartoons

Phaedra and Theseus

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Chimera

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Illustration of Hercules

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An Ottoman Resurgence?

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Illustration of Roman divine hero Hercules or Heracles of Greek mythology wearing a lion skin head wielding holding club on isolated white background.

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Etching engraving handmade style illustration of Hercules or Heracles of Greek mythology wearing a lion skin head fighting a Lernaean Hydra or three headed serpent on isolated white background.

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Black and white illustration of a bust of female warrior with spartan helmet with arrows slung over shoulder viewed from front set inside circle.

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Atalanta II

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Chimera

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Hercules

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Colorful, grunge, old

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Illustration of Roman god of sea Neptune or Poseidon of Greek mythology flexing muscles

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Helmet, greek, trojan

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Hermes.

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Helmets and shield

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Man embarrassed by a schoolboy's superior knowledge of Greek

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Colorful, grunge, old

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Bank, columns, building

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Centaur angry and rearing up

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Bust of female warrior with spartan helmet looking to side

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European Loan to Greece

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St Louis and his Army Pray (The History of the Crusades).

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Scottish Dialect

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In his Last Moments, A Soldier Seeks Forgiveness for his Sins (History of the Crusades).

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Tragic Physiognomies - Heracles: 'Guess if you can, and choose if you dare!'

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