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Olókun de Ifá

Olokun is the Deity of the Bottom of the Ocean of the West African Yoruba People. At one time She was the Goddess of all Waters and all of the Oceans, for Her name means Owner (Olo) of Oceans (Okun).

Unicorns, Serpents and Mermaids… Medieval Sea Monsters | CVLT Nation

This aquatic unicorn adorns a map in Cornelis de Jode's Speculum Orbis Terrae, published in 1593 (British Library) Hunting Giant Octopuses, Flying Turtles, and Other Ancient Sea Monsters

Dagon: A major god of the once-seafaring Phillistines, Dagon is generally represented as a muscular, bearded man with the lower body of a great fish.

Statuette Baoulé - République de Côte d'Ivoire/ frontière Ghana bois H.: 50 cm Assise sur un tabouret, les mains posées sur les cuisses, le dos droit. Le visage est scarifié, les yeux globuleux et la… - Eve - 08/12/2014

Statuette Baoulé - République de Côte d'Ivoire/ frontière Ghana bois H.: 50 cm Assise sur un tabouret, les mains posées sur les cuisses, le dos droit. Le visage est scarifié, les yeux globuleux et la… - Eve - 08/12/2014

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