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Greek Mytology

Myti in Greek means Nose

 

Illustrations: John Kalokyris

 

A small collection of Mytological Monsters (monsters with Big Noses) and Heroes from Greek Mytology (mythology of noses).

 

*  Hercules and Lernaia Nose, Golden nose Fleece

*  Ariadnes Mytos , Barbamytousis Mytato

*  Mytohondrium in Ladder, Nose Fish etc.

 

 

 

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Golden nose Fleece

 

From Greek Mytology the most vicious and clever Monster shows his power

 

CODE: MT01

 

 

 

Barbamytousis Mytato

 

Another Mytological Monster,

companion and friend of Polyphymos

 

CODE: MT02

 

 

 

Ariadnes Mytos

 

Ariadnes Mytos posing alone,

while Ariadne has gone to groom

 

CODE: MT03

 

 

 

Lernaia Nose

 

What left of the Hydra after her confrontation with Hercules.

Now she works as DJ at club Lernaia Spetses.

 

CODE: MT04

 

 

 

Shod Mytos

 

Shod Mytos and his search of the Holy Nosy Grail. Unforgettable moments

 

CODE: MT05

 

 

 

Nose Fish

 

Nose Fish holding the amphibian hammer,

ready to swoop in Gods and Demons

 

CODE: MT06

 

 

 

 

 

Submarine Nose Worm

 

From Trojan War, a not so well

known sub- personality

 

CODE: MT07

 

 

 

Snow - white and 7 noses

 

From the well-known theatrical play in four acts

(addition subtraction - multiplication division).

 

CODE: MT08

 

 

 

Mytohondrium in Ladder

 

Tragic person

from The Birds by Aristophanes.

 

CODE: MT09

 

 

 

 

 

Mytorosa Pirate

 

Prey mainly in the Aegean Sea.

Fear and dread of all the Greek islands.

He likes tissues and several bracelets.

 

CODE: MT10

 

 

 

 

3 Legged Nose

(from Mytologgios Exit)

 

He walks imperiously to the Exit,

determined for everything

 

CODE: MT11

 

 

 

 

 

 

Another 3 Legged Nose

(from Mytologgios Exit)

 

He walks imperiously to the Exit,

having decided for absolutely nothing!

 

CODE: MT12

 

 

 

 

Clairvoyant Mytesias

 

Clairvoyant Mytesias looks around and wonders

Am I good enough? Am I in the right place?

Am I?

 

CODE: MT19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mytochio

 

Edible and colonial species of mymytofagous,

which acted mainly in ancient Sparta.

When telling the truth his nose was growing constantly!

 

 

CODE: MT20

 

 

 

Chalikoutis Nose

 

From Shadows Theater

Chalikoutis Nose and the cursed Snake

 

CODE: MT17

 

 

 

 

 

The Mytotaur

 

Ancient postcard from the palace of Knossos. In the background we can see the famous labyrinth,

disguised as a mountain.

 

CODE: MT18

 

 

 

 

 

NOSE FRESCO

 

Ancient Greeks dancing, while Apollo plays his lyre. In the foreground first from left, we can see Zorbas.

 

CODE: MT21

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yellow Nose in chair

 

He didnt notice anything from Mytopyles battle.

A very lazy nephew of Artaxerxes

 

CODE: MT13

 

 

 

 

The Witch Myta - Morgana

 

Flying with her super modern broom

(a broom with wheels)!

 

CODE: MT14

 

 

 

 

 

Nose Writer

 

He studies Mytology

and the traditions of his country

 

CODE: MT15

 

 

 

 

 

Nose Scholar

 

 

A meticulous and pedantic scholar, with big nose.!

He nose - reads incessantly

 

CODE: MT16

 

 

 

 

More information, e - mail pigeons, post pelicans etc at arran@aegean.gr

 

 

 

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Appendix Sources - Bibliography

 

 

 

 

 

Mytosis

 

The process in which two combined and unicellular microorganisms forming a Nose. Then the Nose goes and hangs here and there and everywhere (in suns, moons, mountains, lakes, rivers, other noses, in hammers, in cars, in cakes, in carbon based people and things, in atoms and molecules, in nitrogen or hydrogen pastries and pies) etc etc.

 

 

 

 

 

Mytologium - Nosebook

 

In 1959 German Nose searcher Otto W. Zeitungspuller, began to collect various rare species of microorganisms under the process of Mytosis. He searched all over the world for a decade and in 1972 he published his famous work Mytologium Nosebook of remarkable noses with the results of his extensive research. You can see some excerpts from this book, HERE

 

 

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