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Head of Artemis in Cyrene antiquity museum Artemis DIANA

Head of Artemis in Cyrene antiquity museum Artemis DIANA

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Голова Артемиды в Кирене музей античности. Head of Artemis in Cyrene antiquity museum. Ancient

Artemis and her Kyon! Αρτεμις και Κυων! Roman Sculpture, Dog Sculpture, Classic

Group of Artemis and Iphigenia, circa 150 AD, parian marble, Capitoline Museums,

Artemis holding Torches - marble, Roman copy of the century AD, after Greek original of the century BC; the unrelated head, at the Museum of Chiaramonti

Column Drum from the Temple of Artemis, Ephesus

Artemis

Group of Artemis and the Hind, marble, Roman Imperial, 3rd/4th Century

Leto, Apollo and Artemis | Athenian red-figure amphora C6th B.C. | British Museum

Artemis-Diana | Greco-Roman marble statue C1st A.D. | Musée du Louvre,

Fontaine de Diane Milieu du XVIe siècle Marbre H. : 2,11 m.

Artemis Colonna (Roman Period). Ephes Museum. Classic Greek Collection. Asia Minor

Artemis and Mary

A Companion of Diana by Jean-Lous Lemoyne, 1724, marble Woodcut Art,

Model of the Temple of Artemis (by Faigl.ladislav)

A relief of the goddess Artemis (Diana) from Thrace, now at the Istanbul Archaeological Museum.

Diana Ancient Roman goddess of hunting and the Moon Artemis in the Greek pantheon 2nd century

Diana. Artemis | Athenian red-figure bell krater C5th B.C. | Museum of Fine Arts,

Apollo or Artemis? This head, acquired in Athens in 1844, was for many

Artemis of Ephesus. “

A standing Goddess from Tolmeita, probably of Medusa (the Gorgon)

Poseidon, Apollo and Artemis, 447-432 BC. Artist: Unknown - Stock

Head of Diana , goddess of hunting and the moon , Delphi Museum

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Artemis with a fawn and the bow - from Thespiae, Boeotia, circa 500 BC , now Louvre museum

Greco-Roman deities: Artemis of Ephesus 2

unknown-Jupiter (Zeus), in guise of Diana [Artemis] and Callisto

Artemis of Ephesus. Statue from the Amphitheater of Lepcis Magna.

Artemis goddess of the hunt | Athenian red-figure lekythos C5th B.C. | State Hermitage

Artemis (Latin: Diana), Greek / Roman goddess of the hunt, statue

Péliké. Aphrodite naissant d'une coquille. Apulie, entourage du peintre de

Statue of Artemis of Ephesus

Bust of the goddess of Issa, Vis Museum, Croatia - Artemis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sanctuary or Artemis Brauronia. Dedication. Statue of a small bear, Artemis' sacred

Leto, Artemis and Apollo | Athenian red-figure volute krater C5th B.C. | Museum

Artemis Shrine in Ephesus: the Greatest Temple of Antiquity

Head of Apollo, Roman marble copy of a Greek original from the 4th century BCE.

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Pluto (mythology)

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Leto, Artemis, Apollo and Asteria-Delos | Athenian red-figure calyx krater

statue of Artemis

Greco-Roman deities: Artemis of Ephesus 3

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Ince Blundell collections

Artemis of Ephesus (aka Diana of Ephesus) , 1st century CE Roman copy ( Museum of Efes, Turkey). With breasts aplenty, it's easy to tell that she was an ...

Turkey. Ancient city of Ephesus. Temple of Hadrian. Frieze. Portrait of Roma

Get Quotations · Lucky Winner Greek/Roman Style Female Statue Head Cement Planter (10.5")

Temple of Hera, Selinus

Artemis Goddes of the Hunt Daughter of Zeus and sister of Apollo Roman equivalent is Diana

Site of the Temple of Artemis in the town of Selçuk, near Ephesus.

Trajan and the Jewish Revolt on Cyprus

Roman civilization, 1st-2nd century A.D. Marble statue of Artemis with a dog,

Statue of Venus Genetrix. Roman copy of A.D. 1st-2nd century of a Greek bronze statue of the late 5th century B.C., attributed to Callimachus.

Cistophoric tetradrachm, mint under Hadrian after 128

Artemis/Diana, ancient Greek/Roman goddess. Statue. - Stock Image

Greco-Roman deities: Artemis of Ephesus 3

Artemis and Apollo attacking a giant, detail of the Gigantomachy, relief, north frieze

Leto with Apollo and Artemis, by Francesco Pozzi

Artemis, (lat. Diana), Greek goddess of the hunt, full length

Figure 17.3. Mercury. H: 11 cm (4 ¼ in.), including base. Museo Archeologico Nazionale delle Marche, Ancona, inv. 525 Image: Nicoletta Frapiccini

Statue of Venus Genetrix. Roman copy of A.D. 1st-2nd century of a Greek bronze statue of the late 5th century B.C., attributed to Callimachus.

The classical Artemis is the godess of the hunt (Museum of Messene, Greece)

carved stone column

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Figure 17.1. Jupiter from Piandimeleto (PU). H: 11.6 cm (4 ½ in.). Museo Archeologico Nazionale delle Marche, Ancona, inv. 186 Image: Nicoletta Frapiccini

Diana (Artemis)

16th-century fountain of Diana Efesina, at Villa d'Este, Tivoli,

Sanctuary of Apollo, Temple of Artemis, Greek and Roman site of Cyrene, UNESCO

Apollo of Cyrene

Artemis Shrine

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Fig. 23. Fragmentary statuette of Eros. Lamia, Archaeological Museum, inv. no. AE 2. Right side view. Photo H.R. Goette.

a statue of a seated woman, damaged from the neck upwards

Apollo and Cyrene - Antique Cameo Jewelry - Victorian Necklace

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442-432 BC Acropolis of Athens Marble London, British Museum. Artemis ...

Artemis hunting deer | Greco-Roman mosaic from Utica C3rd A.D. | Bardo National Museum

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Mixing Vessel with Apollo and Artemis, Attributed to the Palermo Painter (Greek (Lucanian

Artemis of Ephese is a fertility godess (Museum Tripoli, Libya)

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Head Artemis Pentelic marble found at Thebes Boeotia from a statue made in the Roman period

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Library of Celsus

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An 18th-century engraving of a Roman marble copy of a Greek replica of a lost Geometric period xoanon

Actaeon by Paul Manship

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New Atheists Getting History Wrong!

Birth. Apollo (left) and Artemis.

Fig. 19. Fragmentary statuette of a female semi-draped figure. Lamia, Archaeological Museum, inv. no. L 179. Back view. Photo H.R. Goette.