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Zeus is a convenient corruption of Etruscan word: ÖZDEUS ©Artur Uskumantur2012 All rights reserved, may not be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without getting written permission first. Picture: Etruscan painted pottery detail  C.450BC

Zeus is a convenient corruption of Etruscan word: ÖZDEUS ©Artur All rights reserved, may not be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without getting written permission first.

Lista de Vírgenes y patronas de España | La web de Sara

Lista de Vírgenes y patronas de España

Lista de Vírgenes y patronas de España | La web de Sara

Hector's last visit with his wife, Andromache, and infant son Astyanax, startled by his father's helmet (Apulian red-figure vase, 370–360 BC) (The Iliad)

Hector's last visit with his wife, Andromache, and infant son Astyanax, startled by his father's helmet (Apulian red-figure vase, BC) (The Iliad)

Attic red-figure cup, detail of a Laconian hound scratching his head, by the Euergides Painter, c.500 BC (ceramic)

Must visit - Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford. The Euergides Painter (active c. 500 BC) Detail of a Laconian hound scratching its head, from an Attic red-figure cup c.

lostpastremembered: Gorgeous Greeks and their Honey Glazed Shrimp

Greek case patterns created a unique bond between artistic theory and mathematics

Teseo y el Minotauro

The Greek hero Theseus slays the Minotaur - a bull-man - in this depiction on pottery.

Dans la mythologie grecque, Rhéa, ou Rhéia (en grec ancien Ῥέα / Rhéa ou Ῥεία / Rheía) est une Titanide, fille d'Ouranos (le Ciel) et de Gaïa (la Terre), sœur et femme du Titan Cronos, et mère des dieux Hestia, Déméter, Héra, Hadès, Poséidon et Zeus. D'après Diodore de Sicile, elle était appelée Pandore par certains.

- Rhea is Antu, spouse to Cronus - Anu, mother to Anu's heir Enlil - Zeus, she & Anu were well known & well worshipped in Ancient Greece, along with all their descendants that were sent to Earth Colony

Porter with amphoras. Center medallion of a red-figured cup. First half 5th BCE Inv. CA 3630 Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Grecques/Romaines, Paris, France

Center medallion of a red-figured cup. First half BCE Inv. CA 3630 Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Grecques/Romaines, Paris, France

Hephaestus hands in the new Achilles' armor to Thetis (Iliad, XVIII, 617). Attic red-figure Kylix, 490–480 BC. Greece. Altes Museum

Hephaestus hands in the new Achilles' armor to Thetis (Iliad, XVIII, Attic red-figure Kylix, BC. Altes Museum note decoration on shield - bird grips snake

Ancient Greek pottery detail of man with his horse.

JAM-Ancient Greek Pottery workshops benefitted from the economy by selling their pottery. The craft consisted of artistic sensibilities or what was popular during the era.

Ancient Greek pottery decoration. | Hans Ollermann

Ancient Greek pottery decoration. | Hans Ollermann

Ancient Greek Footwear

Ancient Greek Footwear were largely but incorporated full fabrics and strings to strategically have them sustainable.