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The satyr Marsyas retrieves the double-flute discarded by the goddess Athene. He is shown with the horse's tail and ears typical of his kind.

The satyr Marsyas retrieves the double-flute discarded by the goddess Athene. He is shown with the horse's tail and ears typical of his kind.

Bronze medallion of Athena Promachos, wearing a helmet in the form of Medusa's head and the aegis over her left shoulder. A decoration from a formal chariot used for parades. Possibly from a workshop in Delos, 2nd century BC.  Thessaloniki Archaeological Museum.

Bronze medallion of Athena Promachos, goddess of strategic warfare, wearing a helmet in the form of Medusa. Her arm raised to throw a javelin, A decoration from a formal chariot used for parades.

Odescalchi Athena Louvre Ma3059. Athena of the Odescalchi type. Marble, Roman copy from the middle 2nd century AD after the 5th century BC Athena Parthenos by Phidias. Found in 1895 in the area of Civitavecchia, near Rome.

Odescalchi Athena Louvre Athena of the Odescalchi type. Marble, Roman copy from the middle century AD after the century BC Athena Parthenos by Phidias. Found in 1895 in the area of Civitavecchia, near Rome.

This is an illustration of the Athena Parthenos, the most famous statue of Athena to exist. Historians believe that it was melted down for the ivory and gold in it by Roman invaders

This is an illustration of the Athena Parthenos, the most famous statue of Athena to exist. Historians believe that it was melted down for the ivory and gold in it by Roman invaders

Marble Greek copy signed "Antiokhos", a first century BC variant of Phidias' fifth-century Athena Promachos that stood on the Acropolis

Marble Greek copy signed "Antiokhos", a first century BC variant of Phidias' fifth-century Athena Promachos that stood on the Acropolis Goddess of Wisdom, Warfare, Divine intelligence, Architecture and Patron Goddess of Athens

Such wreaths were used to adorn shrines and temples and were designed to follow the symbolism of particular gods, ivy denoted Dionysus, laurel for Apollo, wheat for Demeter, goddess of prosperity, olive branches for Athena, myrtle for Aphrodite, and Oak for Zeus.

Standard Handmade Laurel Wreath Circlet Gold Plated You Choose Your Stones

bronze wall plate of Athena and her owl - from ancient Greek area - at the Museum of Athens

bronze wall plate of Athena and her owl - from ancient Greek area - at the Museum of Athens

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