Nereid ATC Picture

In Greek mythology, Nereids were the daughters of the sea god Nereus and of Doris, daughter of Oceanus. The Nereids, who numbered 50 or 100, were depicted as young girls who inhabited any water, salt or fresh, and were benign toward humanity. The best known were Amphitrite, consort of Poseidon; Thetis, wife of Peleus (king of the Myrmidons) and mother of Achilles; and Galatea, a Sicilian loved by the Cyclops Polyphemus.

Don't you just love the names?

Oh, yeah, it's an Artists Trading Card (6cm x 9cm), collage including silver and brass charms and a pearl bead, and it's available for trade.
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