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Gilt-silver ceremonial box lid  Period: Early Imperial, Augustan Date: late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman Medium: Silver gilt Dimensions: H. 1 in. (2.5 cm) width 3 1/4 in. (8.3 cm) depth 2 5/8 in. (6.7 cm)

Gilt-silver ceremonial box lid Period: Early Imperial, Augustan Date: late century B. Culture: Roman Medium: Silver gilt Dimensions: H. cm) width 3 in. cm) depth 2 in.

Demeter, goddess of the harvest, who presided over grains and the fertility of the earth.

Virgo: Demeter, goddess of the harvest, who presided over grains and the fertility of the earth.

La Fortuna. Mujer alada que sostiene una hoja de palma con su mano derecha y una rueda de la fortuna, sobre la que se sienta un hombre, con su mano izquierda. Una esfera aparece a su lado, y al fondo un paisaje con un barco. Sebald Beham (Alemania, 1541) British Library

winged WL female figure stepping to r, holding a palm leaf and a wheel of fortune on top of which a male figure is sitting; a sphere at r; landscape background with a boat at l.

Centurion by ~avix on deviantART

Centurion by ~avix on deviantART

GALERIA DE SUPORTE AO BLOG PALE IDEAS     clique com o botão DIREITO para ampliar as imagens      Festa da Maternidade da  Santíssima Virg...

Life of the Virgin: The Visitation 1503 Woodcut Staatliche Graphische Sammlung, Munich

SCULPTURE: ALLEGORICAL AND ORNAMENTAL PANELS OF ARA PACIS c. 13-19 B.C. Marble. Mother earth shown as embodying human, animal, & plant fertility. Two images personifying  wind. Figures placed in landscape setting of rocks, water & vegetation. Acanthus ornament (representing acanthus leaf) on pilasters  and on lower part of wall are graceful and alive. LOCATION: MUSEUM OF THE ARA PACIS, ROME

SCULPTURE: ALLEGORICAL AND ORNAMENTAL PANELS OF ARA PACIS c. 13-19 B.C. Marble. Mother earth shown as embodying human, animal, & plant fertility. Two images personifying wind. Figures placed in landscape setting of rocks, water & vegetation. Acanthus ornament (representing acanthus leaf) on pilasters and on lower part of wall are graceful and alive. LOCATION: MUSEUM OF THE ARA PACIS, ROME

hestia goddess mini statue

Hestia Vesta w/ Pales Home Hearth Goddess Greek Wiccan Pagan Statue Plaque

Vesta: Vesta, in Roman religion, goddess of the hearth, identified with the Greek Hestia. The lack of an easy source of fire in the early Roman community placed a special premium on

Vesta (seated on the left) with Vestal Virgins,
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