The  Diana of Versailles, statue of the Greek goddess Artemis (Latin: Diana), with a deer, Musée du Louvre, Paris. It is a Roman copy (1st or 2nd century AD) of a lost Greek bronze original attributed to Leochares, c. 325 BC.

La Diana de Versalles, estatua de la diosa griega Artemisa (latín: Diana), con…

The Farnese Atlas. A 2nd-century Roman marble copy of a Hellenistic sculpture of Atlas kneeling with a globe weighing heavily on his shoulders. This is the oldest extant statue of the Titan of Greek mythology, and the oldest representation of the celestial sphere. Standing 2.1 meters tall, and the globe is 65 cm in diameter.

The Farnese Atlas. A 2nd-century Roman marble copy of a Hellenistic sculpture of Atlas kneeling with a globe weighing heavily on his shoulders. This is the oldest extant statue of the Titan of Greek mythology, and the oldest representation of the celestial sphere. Standing 2.1 meters tall, and the globe is 65 cm in diameter.

This statue of "Diana the Huntress", stands in Versailles, France. Diana was the Roman name for the Greek goddess, Artemis.

This statue of "Diana the Huntress", stands in Versailles, France. Diana was the Roman name for the Greek goddess, Artemis.

Athena from Piraeus

Estatua de bronce de la diosa Athena conocido como "Athena del Pireo" - período clásico, siglo 4 aC

Busto romano de Antínoo (Louvre, París).

Para los griegos el cabello tenia un muy importante papel religioso cortaban o rasuraban parte de su cabello y lo ponian sobre el cadaber cuando alguien amado moria.

Lua Selene

De los Himnos Órficos - IX. A LA LUNA Incienso oloroso Escucha, regia diosa, generadora de luz, divina Sele­ne, Luna de cue...

Archangel Michael’s victory over the Devil, sculpture above the main entrance at St. Michaelis Church, Hamburg

Estatua del arcángel Miguel de August Vogel en la iglesia de San Miguel en Hamburgo.

I need Rock

"Nosotros, los de entonces, ya no somos los mismos." - Pablo Neruda *visit Wonderland*

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