Nymph II -Lampades- Picture

In Greek mythology, the Lampades were the torch-bearing companions of Hecate-- the light from these torches was said to be able to drive men insane. Romans assigned them the custody of the rivers of Hades, and referred to them as Nymphae Infernae Paludis or the Avernales.

Part two of a developing series on a personal reinterpretation of figures in classical mythology that are seldomly depicted.

This is a preview of an upcoming chapter in this series.
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