- Greek (culture)
- Friendly (behaviour)
- Fairies and Nymphs (common type)
Abarbarea is one of the Nymphs of Greek myth. She features in Homer‘s Iliad. In this Abarbarea is the consort to Bucolion and the mother of Aesepus and Padasus.
Abarbarea has been viewed 3234 times.
Next: Abbey Lubber
Know something about Abarbarea?
If there's something that I've missed or would like to add then please let me know and I'll update the article. If you've seen this creature in films, TV, computer games, books or even old stories, please post a comment.
© Copyright 2013 Mythical Creatures List Abarbarea
Background Illustrations (Left top-bottom, right top-bottom): Medusa by Gonzalo Ordonez, Loch Ness Monster by dyb,
Basilisk by JustMick, Shuck by Serphire, Ts Um A Kas - Illustration of a rock painting (from Dover publications).