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Livia, wife of Augustus, mother of Emperor Tiberius, Roman bust (marble), 1st century AD, (Palazzo Nuovo, Rome).

Livia, wife of Augustus, mother of Emperor Tiberius, Roman bust (marble),

Terracotta group of women seated around a wellhead, Greek Tarentine,  2nd half of the 4th century BCE

BCE ritual terracotta incense burner part of the worship of Demeter and her daughter Kore. 5 women crowned with flowers around a wellhead, Greek Tarentine, S.

Terracotta model of 2 female figures, perhaps goddesses Demeter and Persephone, seated in a cart, Corinthian, Thebes?, c600 BCE

Terracotta model of 2 female figures, perhaps goddesses Demeter and Persephone…

Aphrodite riding a dolphin | Aphrodite riding a dolphin over the sea. The sweeping movement of the cloth, far over the head of the goddess, represents the speed of the movement.   Terracotta from Myrina, Greece, 1st cen. BC From the exhibition “Die Unsterblichen Götter Griechenlands” Munich. Antikensammlungen

TERRACOTTA - Aphrodite riding a dolphin - Terracotta from Myrina, Greece, BC, Antikensammlungen, Munich

Glass portrait of a woman  19.1cm high (7 1/2 inch.)  Roman, Imperial Period, 1st - 2nd century AD.  Source: Metropolitan Museum

Glass portrait head of a woman Period: Mid-Imperial Date: half of century A. mold-pressed and carved Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Glass Credit Line: Fletcher Fund, 1959 Accession Number:

3rd -2nd C. BCE. Balsamarium; a Perfume jar. Likely the Etruscan goddess of love Turan. Or a Lasa, a spirit of beauty who waited on Turan and mortal women at their toilet. A diadem with two doves is linked to worship of Aphrodite. Her eyes likely had glass irises. She wears elongated drop earrings and a necklace. Bronze, found in a tomb in Etruria. Etruscan.

~Perfume jar (balsamarium) in the shape of female head (Aphrodite / Turan? Culture: Italic, Etruscan Period: Hellenistic Period Period: late century B.

10 1/2 inches. 3rd-2nd C. BCE Greek Large Goddess or Woman's Head, Tarentum, S. Italy. Tarentine artists used terracotta to create large-scale figures of very high quality, often of women.

BCE Greek Large Goddess or Woman's Head, Tarentum, S. Tarentine artists used terracotta to create large-scale figures of very high quality, often of women.

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Horned god, Ammon - "Roman cast terracotta of ram-horned Jupiter Ammon, century AD (Museo Barracco, Rome)" (Wiki)

Late Hellenistic or Early Imperial Date: 1st century B.C.–1st century A.D. Culture: Greek or Roman Medium: Bronze, copper, silver

Bronze handle attachment in the form of a mask Period: Late Hellenistic or Early Imperial Date: century century A. Culture: Greek or Roman Medium: Bronze, copper, silver Dimensions: total H. of mask 9 in.

All throughout Europe, small geometric objects known as Roman dodecahedrons have been recovered. More than 100 of these strange objects are known to exist, and their purpose remains a puzzling mystery that has baffled archaeologists since their first discovery. As far north as Hadrian's Wall, and further south toward the Mediterranean, the dodecahedrons, usually made of bronze or stone, are seldom larger than about 8 to 10 cm in size.

MORE than 100 of these strange objects are known to exist, and their purpose remains a puzzling mystery that has baffled archaeologists since their first discovery.

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Hellenistic head of a woman from the cemetery of ancient Kydonia. Arcaeological Museum of Chania, Crete island-Greece

uas curas[editar | editar código-fonte] Entre as curas que teria operado, estão as de vários heróis feridos em Tebas, de Filocteto em Troia, do tirano de Epidauro, Ascles, de uma doença nos olhos, as filhas de Proetus que haviam sido enlouquecidas por Hera, restaurou a visão aos filhos de Fineu, curou com ervas as feridas de Hércules em sua luta contra a Hidra de Lerna, devolveu à vida Orion, Hipólito, Himeneu, Tindareu, Glauco, Capaneu, Panassis e Licurgo.12 Após sua morte

Archaeologists in Greece have excavated an ancient healing temple in the acropolis of Feneos dedicated to Asclepius, god of healing. Along with the foundations of the sacred temple, researchers also found an enormous statue of Asclepius, and his.

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