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We know the name of the European hydrologic goddess; Melusine. She inhabits the locals of sweet water wells and springs. Alternatively, she is called a mermaid or the Dragon Princess and legends say she is half human and half dragon/fish/snake. The lineage of Merovingian kings claim her as progenitress and gave them their right to rule. The etymology of her name is disputed but may be related to melit which means sweet and is also related to the Greek word for honey. ...

desimonewayland: “ Mosaic glass inlay, Roman, probably Egyptian Late 1st century B.C.–1st century A.D. ”

Peru: Moche Gold and Turquoise Inlay Ear Ornament, ca. A.D. 200-500, Sotheby's

Eugène Delacroix, Louis-Auguste Schweiter (detail), 1826-30

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Pauline Palmer (1867 – 1938)

Cigarette Girl Pauline Palmer (1867 – 1938)

John Everett Millais (English, 1829-1896) (detail).