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Artemis Moon Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Diana Hume

A detailed look into Athena goddess of wisdom, arts and war in Greek mythology, her relation with Ericthonius, Paris, Helen of Troy and the Trojan War.

For Feminine Strength and Attraction. Diana was the Roman Goddess of the moon and of hunting, a powerful protectress of women, and the Goddess of Fertility. Her symbol is worn for Feminine Strength an

Diana Pendant for Feminine Strength & Attraction

For Feminine Strength and Attraction. Diana was the Roman Goddess of the moon and of hunting, a powerful protectress of women, and the Goddess of Fertility. Her symbol is worn for Feminine Strength and Attraction. Finished in nickel-free antique silver p

MOON GODDESS WEATHERVANE by West Coast Weather Vanes.  The Moon Goddess is our first weathervane design that featured the human figure. She remains one of our most popular weather vanes today. We make each weathervane to order, so we can personalize the weathervane in several ways according to individual customer preferences.

Moon Goddess Weathervane (the Zeus Weathervane looks pretty awesome too!

Original Acrylic Painting - Red Poppies Flowers Fields Red Beige Brown Floral Abstract

Original Acrylic Painting - Red Poppies Flowers Fields Red Beige Brown Floral Abstract

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Wings of fire Dark angel Bring sweet songs of death Angel of good Bring light

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kanechronicles, magnuschase, percyjackson >>> Is no one going to talk about the fact that Sadie burned a frog alive?>>No, because she's Sadie

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Artyfacts Weathervanes & Outdoor Art Wind Witch: ~ Witch and Cat Weather Vane.

“Diana” by Joseph Duch (19th Century).

Victoria's costume at the masquerade ball, Diana the huntress.This is by Flemish historical painter, Joseph-François Ducq.

Artemis /ˈɑrtɨmɨs/ was one of the most widely venerated of the Ancient Greek deities. Her Roman equivalent is Diana. Some scholars believe that the name, and indeed the goddess herself, was originally pre-Greek. Homer refers to her as Artemis Agrotera, Potnia Theron: "Artemis of the wildland, Mistress of Animals". The Arcadians believed she was the daughter of Demeter.

Artemis Greek Goddess of the Hunt, Forests and HIlls. Daughter of Zeus and Leto and twin sister of Apollo. Her Roman equivalent is Diana. (The Diana of Versailles, a Roman copy of a Greek sculpture by Leochares at the Louvre Museum) - Thx Vasia

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