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Diana, the original huntress

Diana, the original huntress

Statue of Aphrodite signed by Menophantos (close-up) Greek fine-graine marble. Greek copy of the 1st cent. BCE. Inv. No. 75674. Rome, Roman National Museum, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme. (Photo by I. Sh.).

Statue of Aphrodite signed by Menophantos (close-up) Greek fine-graine marble. Greek copy of the 1st cent. BCE. Inv. No. 75674. Rome, Roman National Museum, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme. (Photo by I. Sh.).

Winged Goddess Nike and her Horse - at the Palais Garnier, Paris

Winged Goddess Nike and her Horse - at the Palais Garnier, Paris

Sculpture - serafina by mark newman

Sculpture - serafina by mark newman

Minerva

Minerva

This statue of "Diana the Huntress", stands in Versailles, France. Diana was the Roman name for the Greek goddess, Artemis.

This statue of "Diana the Huntress", stands in Versailles, France. Diana was the Roman name for the Greek goddess, Artemis.

San Pietro in Vincoli: Moses by Michelangelo (1989, 1995) My head goes to about his chest. He has horns because in those day the Bible was misinterrepted. They read Moses had 'horns' of light but it really says 'rays' of light. ANd this church also has a set of chains that supposedly were worn by St. Peter. Hence, the name of the church is really "St. Peter in chains."

San Pietro in Vincoli: Moses by Michelangelo (1989, 1995) My head goes to about his chest. He has horns because in those day the Bible was misinterrepted. They read Moses had 'horns' of light but it really says 'rays' of light. ANd this church also has a set of chains that supposedly were worn by St. Peter. Hence, the name of the church is really "St. Peter in chains."

mikatharsis:  “ Winged Victory of Samothrace  ”

mikatharsis: “ Winged Victory of Samothrace ”

ZsaZsa Bellagio

ZsaZsa Bellagio

Persephone is the Greek goddess of flowers

Persephone is the Greek goddess of flowers

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