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Marble statue of Demeter -  1st century CE, at the Archeological Museum of Heraklion

Marble statue of Demeter - century CE, at the Archeological Museum of Heraklion

Hecate marble - 3th century BC, from Attica,  now museum Archeologico Venezia

“O Lord Helios, O sacred flame of the torch wayfaring Hekate holds by Her, which She carries as She ranges in the realm of Olympus or returns to the earth (where are) the crossroads, Her sacred place, crowned with oak and the woven coils of fierce.

Isis-Persephone, with her symbolic ornament on her head (disc and cresent), Roman, A.D. 180-190, found in Gortyn Crete, Heraklion Archaeological Museum, Crete, Summer 2010

Isis-Persephone, with her symbolic ornament on her head (disc and cresent), Roman, A. found in Gortyn Crete,

Hekateion [Roman] (1987.11.2) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Hekateion [Roman, century A.] a triple-bodied depiction of Hekate (as goddes of pathways and crossroads) holding torches. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Tiber Muse                         Artist Unknown (Graeco-Roman)       (Italy, Europe), 2nd-1st century B.C.                                    Marble

The Tiber Muse Artist Unknown (Graeco-Roman) (Italy, Europe), century B. Marble-Beautiful draping of cloth

Marble statuette of triple-bodied Hekate and the three Graces Period: Late Hellenistic Date: 1st–2nd century A.D. Culture: Roman

centuriespast: “ Marble statuette of triple-bodied Hekate and the Three Graces Period: Late Hellenistic Date: century A. Culture: Roman Medium: Marble The Metropolitan Museum of Art ”

statue of Selene - Roman copy of Hellenistic figure, at the Vatican museum

Luna (Selene), Roman statue (marble) copy of Hellenistic original, century AD, (Musei Vaticani, Vatican City).

Terracotta statuette of a woman looking into a box mirror  3rd-2nd Century BC Hellenistic This woman holds a box mirror on her knee. The lid has dropped and she gazes into the reflective surface, which would have been of highly polished bronze. (Source: The Met Museum)

ancientpeoples: “ Terracotta Statue of a Woman looking into a Box Mirror BC Hellenistic This woman holds a box mirror on her knee. The lid has dropped and she gazes into the reflective.

Figurine of Demeter with Pig, 400s BC Greece, Athens, 5th Century BC  terracotta

Figurine of Demeter with Pig, BC Greece, Athens, Century BC terracotta - the patriarchy killed the pigs she protected and told women she wanted their death in sacrifice - turning away from nurturing to exploitation

Goddess of good luck, personifying fortune Marble Prusias Ad Hypium Roman, 2nd century AD

Tyche goddess of good luck, personifying fortune Marble Prusias Ad Hypium Roman, century AD.

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