In the Roman pantheon, Janus is the two-faced god of beginnings, limits, doors, gateways, and departure. Unlike the other Greco-Roman deities, Janus was not imported from Greece to Rome.
Museum of Gods Throughout History
Anne of Bretony as Prudence (the Virtue). Her face is used for the woman's face and the ancient face signifies wisdom (and prudence).
Africa | Janus mask (Idangani Society) from the Sala Mpasu culture of DR Congo | Fiber, raffia, pigment, and feathers | 20th century
The double headed bust of Herodotus and Thucydides. Greek. 4th.century. BC. National Archaeological Museum. Naples http://hadrian6.tumblr.com
Winter (January) involved the god Janus, who looked backwards and forwards. This is the god behind New Year's celebrations.
Ionesco Anna Magrethe Pendersen
Meltdown, Janus Miralles
Head of Two-Faced Janus (2nd c. BCE); Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome
El boceto conlleva esas características manuales y humanas que hacen parte del proceso de participación
janus: one face looks to the furture and the other to the past ..........
tattoos , someday