ERBI WERN KENERBI
Reading ancient Greek mythology; really interesting. Such a poetic world view. Also, sometimes a bit mental. Take Nereus, one of the sea gods. His wife is called Doris, and they live in a grotto-palace under the sea, with their 50 daughters. Totally normal..
— Nereus appears to have been the personification of the sea in its calm and placid moods and was after Poseidon the most important of the sea-deities. He is represented as a kind and benevolent old man possessing the gift of prophecy and presiding more particularly over the Ægean Sea of which he was considered to be the protecting spirit. There he dwelt with his wife Doris and their fifty blooming daughters the Nereides beneath the waves in a beautiful grotto-palace, and was ever ready to assist stressed mariners in the hour of danger. —