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Archaeological Museum in Herakleion. Statue of Isis-Persephone holding a sistrum. Temple of the Egyptian gods, Gortyn. Roman period ( A.

Hebe, Goddess of Youth

Hēbē is the goddess of youth (Roman equivalent Juventas). She is the daughter of Zeus and Hera. Hebe was the cupbearer for the gods.

Zeus: God van de donder. Zeus is de koning van de goden. Hij is ook de heerser op de berg Olympus, en de god van de hemel en onweer. Hij is de jongste zoon van de titanen Cronus en Rhea, en is getrouwd met Hera. De symbolen van Zeus zijn: de bliksemschicht, de adelaar, de stier en de eik.

Jupiter Smyrna Louvre Zeus god of the sky,lightning,thunder,law order and justice.

Demeter/Ceres    Goddess of fertility, agriculture, nature, and the seasons. Symbols include the poppy, wheat, torch, and pig. Middle daughter of Cronus and Rhea. Her Latin name, Ceres, gave us the word "cereal".

Demeter \ Hera Ancient Roman statue of Hera, formerly in the Barberini Collection, restored as Demeter by Gaspare Sibilla. This is a replica of a century BC Greek original from the school of Phidias. Exhibited in the “Sala Rotonda” (Round Hall).

ancient-soul:  ROMAN SCULPTURE 1ST CE Aristotle, philosopher, teacher of Alexander the Great, (384-332 BCE). Roman marble copy of a Greek bronze. Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome, Italy

Portrait bust of Aristotle, the great philosopher and tutor of Alexander the Great . Roman marble copy of a Greek bronze original.

Kore with traces of the original colors (ca. 500-490 BCE) - Acropolis Museum, Athens.

As in the KOUROS, the mouth is invariably fixed in a smile, which is probably a symbolic expression of the arete ("excellence") of the person represented

Statue of the Egyptian god ANUBIS; showing the attributes of the Greek god HERMES, with whom he was identified, combining Greek and Egyptian mythology as HERMANUBIS). In the VATICAN Museums, VATICAN City

In classical mythology, Hermanubis was a god who combined Hermes ( Greek mythology) with Anubis ( Egyptian mythology). Hermes and Anubis's similar responsibilities (they were both conductors of souls) led to the god Hermanubis.


Has anyone noticed that Nike statues are always headless? of Victory! Winged Victory (Nike) of Samothrace, Greek statue (marble), century BC (Musée du Louvre, Paris).

Mars: from Foro Transitorio. End 1st century CE. Capitoline Museums: Palazzo Nuovo, Rome. Credits: Ann Raia, 2005

Mars was the Roman god of war (equivalent to Ares in Greek Mythology) and also an agricultural guardian, a combination characteristic of early Rome. He was the most prominent of the military gods worshipped by the Roman legion.