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Roman statue, Roman marble Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Hellenistic period, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Roman statue, Roman marble Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Aphrodite is draped and leans on ithypallic herm on a column, 42 cm high. Private collection

Roman statue, Roman marble Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Hellenistic period, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Roman statue, Roman marble Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Aphrodite is draped and leans on ithypallic herm on a column, 42 cm high. Private collection

Roman statuary, Roman art, Roman marble sculpture, Roman marble Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Hellenistic period, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Roman statuary, Roman marble sculpture, Roman marble Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Aphrodite is draped and leans on ithypallic herm on a column, 42 cm high. Private collection

Roman statuary, Roman art, Roman marble sculpture, Roman marble Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Hellenistic period, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Roman statuary, Roman marble sculpture, Roman marble Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Aphrodite is draped and leans on ithypallic herm on a column, 42 cm high. Private collection

Roman statue, Roman marble Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Hellenistic period, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Roman statue, Roman marble Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Aphrodite is draped and leans on ithypallic herm on a column, 42 cm high. Private collection

Roman statue, Roman marble Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Hellenistic period, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Roman statue, Roman marble Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Aphrodite is draped and leans on ithypallic herm on a column, 42 cm high. Private collection

Roman sculpture, Roman art, Roman Aphrodite marble head, 2nd century A.D. Roman sculpture, Roman art, Roman Aphrodite marble head, Roman marble head of Aphrodite Venus inspired as Aphrodite Cnidia, 25 cm high. Private collection

Roman sculpture, Roman art, Roman Aphrodite marble head, 2nd century A.D. Roman sculpture, Roman art, Roman Aphrodite marble head, Roman marble head of Aphrodite Venus inspired as Aphrodite Cnidia, 25 cm high. Private collection

Roman marble statue, Roman Aphrodite marble head, 2nd century A.D. Roman marble statue Roman marble head of Aphrodite Venus inspired as Aphrodite Cnidia, 25 cm high. Private collection

Roman marble statue, Roman Aphrodite marble head, 2nd century A.D. Roman marble statue Roman marble head of Aphrodite Venus inspired as Aphrodite Cnidia, 25 cm high. Private collection

Roman sculpture, Roman marble sculpture, Roman herm, Roman marble herm with Priapus, Roman Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Hellenistic period, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Roman sculpture, Roman herm, Roman marble herm with Priapus, Roman marble Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Aphrodite is draped and leans on ithypallic herm on a column, 42 cm high. Private collection

Roman sculpture, Roman marble sculpture, Roman herm, Roman marble herm with Priapus, Roman Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Hellenistic period, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Roman sculpture, Roman herm, Roman marble herm with Priapus, Roman marble Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Aphrodite is draped and leans on ithypallic herm on a column, 42 cm high. Private collection

Roman statue, Roman herm, Roman marble herm with Priapus, Roman Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Hellenistic period, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Roman statue, Roman herm, Roman marble herm with Priapus, Roman marble Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Aphrodite is draped and leans on ithypallic herm on a column, 42 cm high. Private collection

Roman statue, Roman herm, Roman marble herm with Priapus, Roman Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Hellenistic period, 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. Roman statue, Roman herm, Roman marble herm with Priapus, Roman marble Aphrodite statue with Priapus, Aphrodite is draped and leans on ithypallic herm on a column, 42 cm high. Private collection

Roman marble carving of satyr from roman marble krater fragment, 1st-2nd century A.D. Roman marble carving of satyr from roman marble krater fragment, Satyr carrying on his shoulder a vase, 28 cm high. Private collection

Roman marble carving of satyr from roman marble krater fragment, 1st-2nd century A.D. Roman marble carving of satyr from roman marble krater fragment, Satyr carrying on his shoulder a vase, 28 cm high. Private collection

Roman statuary, Roman marble carving of satyr from roman marble krater fragment, 1st-2nd century A.D. Roman statuary, Roman marble carving of satyr from marble krater fragment, Satyr carrying on his shoulder a vase, 28 cm high. Private collection

Roman statuary, Roman marble carving of satyr from roman marble krater fragment, 1st-2nd century A.D. Roman statuary, Roman marble carving of satyr from marble krater fragment, Satyr carrying on his shoulder a vase, 28 cm high. Private collection

Roman marble sculpture, roman marble satyr from roman marble krater fragment, 1st-2nd century A.D. Roman marble sculpture, roman marble satyr from roman marble krater fragment, Satyr carrying on his shoulder a vase, 28 cm high. Private collection

Roman marble sculpture, roman marble satyr from roman marble krater fragment, 1st-2nd century A.D. Roman marble sculpture, roman marble satyr from roman marble krater fragment, Satyr carrying on his shoulder a vase, 28 cm high. Private collection


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Art Threads: Friday Inspiration - Fiber Art in Historical Art

Art Threads: Friday Inspiration - Fiber Art in Historical Art

Arachne's name was borrowed by a Marvel superhero, whose powers have little to do with weaving aside from being derived from spider-venom...

Arachne's name was borrowed by a Marvel superhero, whose powers have little to do with weaving aside from being derived from spider-venom...

Two women at a loom, passing their shuttle back and forth Attic black-figured jug, c.550 BC, attributed to the Amasis Painter. he Metropolitan Museum of Art, Fletcher Fund, 1931     http://www.textileschool.com/Portals/0/Multimedia/Images/Weaving/WomenWeaving.jpg

Two women at a loom, passing their shuttle back and forth Attic black-figured jug, c.550 BC, attributed to the Amasis Painter. he Metropolitan Museum of Art, Fletcher Fund, 1931 http://www.textileschool.com/Portals/0/Multimedia/Images/Weaving/WomenWeaving.jpg

Grandmother Spider    “Grandmother Spider is an important Goddess amongst the many Native American tribes. They call Her the “Great Teacher” and “The Creator of Life”. She has also been called ‘Spider Woman’ which is a metaphor for She who creates from a central source. Her webs represents the matrix of our societies. She is the guardian of everything that exists on Earth and uses Her magickal power to weave the fabric of time.

Spider Woman

Grandmother Spider “Grandmother Spider is an important Goddess amongst the many Native American tribes. They call Her the “Great Teacher” and “The Creator of Life”. She has also been called ‘Spider Woman’ which is a metaphor for She who creates from a central source. Her webs represents the matrix of our societies. She is the guardian of everything that exists on Earth and uses Her magickal power to weave the fabric of time.

Arachne by Elsa-Cosplay.deviantart.com A representation of Arachne in popular culture. She tends to be represented either as a queenly figure or a horrible monster.

Arachne by Elsa-Cosplay.deviantart.com A representation of Arachne in popular culture. She tends to be represented either as a queenly figure or a horrible monster.

1. The Greek story of Arachne To read this condensed version, double click the image to enlarge and then click the forward arrow.

1. The Greek story of Arachne To read this condensed version, double click the image to enlarge and then click the forward arrow.

Athena and Arachne illustration by Edouard Sandoz from Olivia E. Coolidge's Greek Myths 1949 #vintage #spider #mythology

Athena and Arachne illustration by Edouard Sandoz from Olivia E. Coolidge's Greek Myths 1949 #vintage #spider #mythology

Arachne personifying textile production; she turns a spinning wheel to make a yarn; behind her a woman works at a loom; a spider web at upper right  Engraving 1570

Arachne personifying textile production; she turns a spinning wheel to make a yarn; behind her a woman works at a loom; a spider web at upper right Engraving 1570

Salvador Dali, Arachne, 1951, Divine Comedy, Lithograph

Salvador Dali, Arachne, 1951, Divine Comedy, Lithograph

"Arachne" has become the generic name for spider-people in the horror genre, like this season 6 episode of Supernatural. The Arachne in this episode was male, but the name of the species is taken from the Greek myth.

"Arachne" has become the generic name for spider-people in the horror genre, like this season 6 episode of Supernatural. The Arachne in this episode was male, but the name of the species is taken from the Greek myth.

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