The Nereid Monument. From Xanthos (Lycia), modern-day Antalya Province, Turkey. 390-380 BCE. Room 17, the British Museum, London
The Nereids are the fifty daughters of the god Nereus and the Okeanid Doris in Greek mythology. They are sea nymphs of the Mediterranean Sea.
Among them are:
Images for kids
Nereid riding a sea-bull (latter 2nd century BC)
French Empire mantel clock (1822) depicting the nereid Galatea velificans