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A harpy is a winged creature in the Greco-Roman mythologies, especially in works attributed to Homer.
According to one story, two members of the Argonauts visited the island of Kephallonia to pray at a local temenos dedicated to the god Zeus for strength to battle the harpies.
During the Seven Years' War, the Templar Shay Cormac obtained blueprints for and crafted a figurehead called "harpy skull" for his ship Morrigan. The figurehead was considered to be a standard symbol of elite warships.
Behind the scenes
Despite similar descriptions, the harpies and the sirens of Greek mythology are two different, distinct species of creatures.
The Morrigan's harpy figurehead