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sea monsters -- looks like an angler fish to me!

sea monsters -- looks like an angler fish to me!

Snake Tattoo by Eugene Knysh  #Tattoo, #Ideas

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Snake Tattoo by Eugene Knysh #Tattoo, #Ideas

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Sea Monsters on Renaissance Maps

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el primer windsurf conocido                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

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Explore the world and fight giant sea monsters (and download desktop wallpapers) in Ancient Trader . Via . * Buy vintage globes at eB...

Explore the world and fight giant sea monsters (and download desktop wallpapers) in Ancient Trader . Via . * Buy vintage globes at eB...

mostruos marinos en mapas medievales y renacentistas

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mostruos marinos en mapas medievales y renacentistas

1603 -by Abraham Ortelius, from Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Now appears in: "A Ketos in Early Athens: An Archaeology of Whales and Sea Monsters in the Greek World" by Papadopoulos and Ruscillo in American Journal of Archaeology. Ortelius issued another version of his famous map in 1603, including this detail of what he identified as the Steipereidur. Despite its fearsome teeth, Ortelius considered this animal the tamest of whales, explaining that it "fights other whales on behalf of fishermen."

1603 -by Abraham Ortelius, from Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Now appears in: "A Ketos in Early Athens: An Archaeology of Whales and Sea Monsters in the Greek World" by Papadopoulos and Ruscillo in American Journal of Archaeology. Ortelius issued another version of his famous map in 1603, including this detail of what he identified as the Steipereidur. Despite its fearsome teeth, Ortelius considered this animal the tamest of whales, explaining that it "fights other whales on behalf of fishermen."

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