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In Slavic folklore, Koschei is an archetypal male antagonist, described mainly as abducting the hero's wife.  Koschei is also known as Koschei the Immortal or Koschei the Deathless.   Koschei cannot be killed by targeting his body. His soul is hidden separate from his body inside a needle, which is in an egg, which is in a duck, which is in a hare, which is in an iron chest, which is buried under a green oak tree, which is on a island. As long as his soul is safe, he cannot die.

In Slavic folklore, Koschei is an archetypal male antagonist, described mainly as abducting the hero's wife. Koschei is also known as Koschei the Immortal or Koschei the Deathless. Koschei cannot be killed by targeting his body. His soul is hidden separate from his body inside a needle, which is in an egg, which is in a duck, which is in a hare, which is in an iron chest, which is buried under a green oak tree, which is on a island. As long as his soul is safe, he cannot die.

Baba Yaga – Ivan Bilibin

Baba Yaga – Ivan Bilibin

Bilibin, Illustration from the 'Tale of Ivan Tsarevish, the Firebird and the Grey Wolf', 1899.

Bilibin, Illustration from the 'Tale of Ivan Tsarevish, the Firebird and the Grey Wolf', 1899.

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The Black Horseman from Vasilisa the Beautiful, illustrated by Ivan Bilibin.

The Black Horseman from Vasilisa the Beautiful, illustrated by Ivan Bilibin.

Vasilisa the Beautiful at the Hut of Baba Yaga ~ artist Ivan Bilibin  #art #illustration #mytumblr

Vasilisa the Beautiful at the Hut of Baba Yaga ~ artist Ivan Bilibin #art #illustration #mytumblr

. Ivan Bilibin

. Ivan Bilibin

Ivan Bilibin, illustration from "The Tale of Tsar Saltan" (Alexander Pushkin's), 1904.

Ivan Bilibin, illustration from "The Tale of Tsar Saltan" (Alexander Pushkin's), 1904.

Ivan Bilibin- I always like his lines.

Ivan Bilibin- I always like his lines.

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