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The statue of Greek god Apollo in the Academy of Athens, Greece. Photography by Peter Comninellis. #Athens #Greece #Hellas #Apollo #statues #AcademyofAthens 

The statue of Greek god Apollo in the Academy of Athens, Greece. Photography by Peter Comninellis.

Apollo Citharoedus, Apollo the Cithara-player. 2nd century C.E.. Room of the Muses, Pius-Clementine Museum, Vatican, Rome. Also known as Apollo Musagetes, Apollo, Leader of the Muses. This statue was discovered in 1774, along with with seven statues of the Muses, in the ruins of Gaius Cassius Longinus’ villa near Tivoli, Italy.

Statue of Apollo Citharedos. Roman work of the century. Rome, Vatican Museums, Pio-Clementine Museum, Room of the Muses.

Resultado de imagem para escultura grega da deusa atena

Classic sculpture Athena goddess of wisdom and reason, violence and war, philosophy & creativity

Colossal marble head of Asclepius  Greek, c. 325-300 B.C. Found on Milos, Southern Aegean, Greece The British Museum

Colossal marble head of Asklepios Greek c. BC Found on Mílos, Southern Aegean, Greece The healing god This head comes from a colossal statue of the god Asklepios, a god of medicine and.

johnnybravo20:  Poseidon (by Anders Petersen)

It's interesting that the symbols of Shiva and of Poseidon are exactly those that are given to the Devil in Christian mythology - the bull's foot and the tridents (J., An Open Life) [Poseidon (by Anders Petersen)]

Statue of Melpomene, 2nd c. A.D. Ancient Rome

Statue of Melpomene. Roman work of the century. Rome, Vatican Museums, Pius-Clementine Museum, Room of the Muses, 63

A brilliant statue of one of the youngest of the Olympians, the ancient #Greek god, Hermes (Mercury) at the National Roman Museum. (NRivers).

A brilliant statue of one of the youngest of the Olympians, the ancient god, Hermes (Mercury) at the National Roman Museum.

In the Roman statue, for example, you can see elements from two goddesses: Hygieia, the goddess of health, typically holds an egg, wears a heavy cloak and carries a snake. But she has the hairstyle of Venus (in Greek, Aphrodite), and her son Cupid is at the statue’s feet

Getty Voices: Digging the Sacred

Statue Of Venus-Hygieia from the J Paul Getty Museum. Unknown, Roman, Asia Minor (present-day Turkey), about A.

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