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Statue of Muse Clio - Roman work, marble, circa 2nd AD, at the Vatican Museums, Rome

Statue of Muse Clio - Roman work, marble, circa 2nd AD, at the Vatican Museums, Rome

Tyche is the Greek goddess of luck, fortune, and chance. Her Roman equivalence is Fortuna, and a key sign she is influencing your life is if you tend to find lots of spare change in odd places. Tyche is usually portrayed with a cornucopia, a rudder of destiny, and a wheel of fortune.

Tyche is the Greek goddess of luck, fortune, and chance. Her Roman equivalence is Fortuna, and a key sign she is influencing your life is if you tend to find lots of spare change in odd places. Tyche is usually portrayed with a cornucopia, a rudder of destiny, and a wheel of fortune.

"The Beauty" is one of the best preserved ancient terracotta figures in the world. It was made in the early 3rd century BC and was found in the vicinity of Athens. In contrast to most other clay figurines, the surface of which suffered from being buried in the moist ground, it still has its original delicate colouring.

"The Beauty" is one of the best preserved ancient terracotta figures in the world. It was made in the early 3rd century BC and was found in the vicinity of Athens. In contrast to most other clay figurines, the surface of which suffered from being buried in the moist ground, it still has its original delicate colouring.

Diana marble statue - circa 2nd c. AD, from Roman period - at the Vatican Museum

Diana marble statue - circa 2nd c. AD, from Roman period - at the Vatican Museum

Hera juno greek statue women marriage goddess by marblecreations82

Hera, juno greek statue women marriage goddess NEW big size 25 inch

Emperor Tiberius, Roman statue (marble), 1st century AD, (Musée du Louvre, Paris).

Emperor Tiberius, Roman statue (marble), 1st century AD, (Musée du Louvre, Paris).

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