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The statue of Pallas goddess of wisdom, at the Academy of Athens. Athena Aesthetic, Aesthetic Eyes, City Aesthetic, Aesthetic Vintage, Greek Mythology Gods, Greek Mythology Tattoos, Athena Goddess, Mother Goddess, Italian Statues

Athens City Tour, Acropolis & Acropolis Museum Tour with Optional Skip-the-line Ticket | Athens Walking Tours

This tour sweeps through the historic city center, stopping at three of the most loved sights. Experience a visit to the Acropolis, then head to the Acropolis Museum to admire

The Cave of Zeus on the Acropolis was a Shrine where the Olympian God appears to be worshipped in his chthonic aspect! Greek Mythology Gods, Cave Tours, Acropolis, Olympians, Crete, Walking Tour, Caves, Athens, Worship

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Olive tree, the present of Goddess Athena Greek Mythology Gods, Athena Goddess, Olive Tree, Ancient Greece, Deities, Art History, Moose Art, Presents, Olympus

Olive tree, the present of Goddess Athena

One of the three pillars of the Greek cuisine is the olive oil. Greeks are in love with the olive oil and it is them who consume more olive oil than anybody else around the world! Twenty liters per head while the Spanish who produce more olive oil consume 11 liters oil per head.

Villa dei Papiri, Ercolano - Roman Period The statues that populated the villa: Dionisio or Platone Roman Sculpture, Art Sculpture, Roman History, Art History, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Sculpture Romaine, Art Romain, 7 Arts

Athens Walking Tours | Tours and activities in Athens and Greece

Small group walking tours and activities offering innovative, fresh and memorable activities to visitors, showing to them the grand monuments of the past​ and contemporary Greece, as well as the delightful variety of Greek food

Terracotta head of Dionysos century BC) Either Greek or Roman Height: cm Source:The Metropolitan Museum of Art Homeric Hymn to Dionysos I begin to sing of ivy-crowned Dionysos, the loud crying god, splendid son of Zeus and glorious. Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Art History, Roman Sculpture, Art Sculpture, Terracota, Art Romain

Athens Walking Tours | Tours and activities in Athens and Greece

Small group walking tours and activities offering innovative, fresh and memorable activities to visitors, showing to them the grand monuments of the past​ and contemporary Greece, as well as the delightful variety of Greek food

Head of Polyphemus. Greek or Roman, Hellenistic or Imperial Period, 150 B. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. From MFA Boston: “This is the head of the one-eyed, man-eating Cyclops whom Odysseus finally outwitted and blinded. Ancient Greek Sculpture, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Romans, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Art History, Roman Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Hellenistic Art

Head of Polyphemos

This head comes from a group, probably of the blinding of Polyphemos, similar to that constructed from fragments found in the grotto at Sperlonga, along the Italian co …

Bronze statuette of Apollo - from Attica, circa centurt B.C,Classical Age Apollo Greek, Greek Mythology Gods, Classical Period, Greek Culture, Roman Art, 1st Century, Ancient Greece, Metropolitan Museum, Art History

Bronze statuette of Apollo | Greek | Classical | The Met

Apollo was a youthful god who presided over a wide variety of activities, from the initiation of boys into manhood to the utterance of oracles. His attributes were the bow and the lyre. This small figure, which would have been dedicated at the god's sanctuary, has a bow in the left hand and probably poured a libation from a phiale in the right hand

Terracotta head of Dionysos century BC) Either Greek or Roman Height: cm Source:The Metropolitan Museum of Art Homeric Hymn to Dionysos I begin to sing of ivy-crowned Dionysos, the loud crying god, splendid son of Zeus and glorious. Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Art History, Roman Sculpture, Art Sculpture, Terracota, Art Romain

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hellas-inhabitants:Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki.The bronze and gilded crater of Derveni (Detail).It represents the sacred marriage of Dionysos and Ariadne. Around 330 BC. Greek Mythology Gods, Thessaloniki, Ancient Greece, Macedonia Greece, Museums, Spring Time, Statues, Bronze, Travel

Hellas Inhabitants Of The Shiny Stone

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki.Macedonia,Greece.The bronze and gilded crater of Derveni (Detail).It represents the sacred marriage of Dionysos and Ariadne. Around 330 BC. Μακεδονία,...

The Winged Victory of Samothrace, also called Nike of Samothrace, is a century BC statue. You can find it at the Louvre. It has been described as the greatest masterpiece of Hellenistic sculpture. Hellenistic Art, Hellenistic Period, Religion Wicca, Moritz Von Schwind, Winged Victory Of Samothrace, Alexandre Le Grand, Louvre Paris, Montmartre Paris, Art Sculpture

Hellas Inhabitants Of The Shiny Stone

The famous Winged Victory of Samothrace, which was staged in the Sanctuary of the Great Gods at elevated base like a ship stern (about 200-190 BC). Η περίφημη Φτερωτή Νίκη τής Σαμοθράκης που ήταν...

Thanatos is the god of death in Greek mythology. He is the son of Nyx and the twin brother of Hypnos, the god of sleep. Thanatos as a winged and sword-girt youth. Sculptured marble column drum from the Temple of Artemis at Ephesos, c. Roman Mythology, Greek Mythology, Handsome Bearded Men, Mythological Characters, Greek Art, Angel Of Death, Greek Gods, Ancient Artifacts, Gods And Goddesses

Hellas Inhabitants Of The Shiny Stone

Death, or Thanatos, is the counterpart of life. Death being represented as male, and life as female. He is the twin brother of Hypnos, the god of sleep. He is typically shown with his brother and is...

Greek Gods- Picture Gallery of Aphrodite. Aphrodite(Venus) the Greek Goddess of Love, Beauty, Pleasure and Eternal Youth. Aphrodite and Adonis. Pictures and statues of Aphrodite. Myths of Aphrodite. Greek And Roman Mythology, Greek Gods, Venus Mythology, Jacque Louis David, Art Magique, Street Art, Renaissance Paintings, Goddess Of Love, Peter Paul Rubens

Hellas Inhabitants Of The Shiny Stone

Mars disarmed by Venus and the Three Graces by Jacques -Louis David. Ο Άρης αφοπλισμένος από την Αφροδίτη και τις Τρεις Χάριτες από τον Ζακ - Λουί Νταβίντ.

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