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Artemis and Actaeon, detail, Temple E, 470-460 BC. Metope of Selinunte, VI-V AD. Media: stone and marble. Location: Museo Archeologico Regionale Antonino Salinas, Palermo. Region: Sicilia. Provenance: Selinunte. Genre: sculpture. Culture: greek and magno-grecian. The Atlas of italian art is based on the photo libraries of the FMR Historical Archive and the Gualdoni Archive.

Artemis and Actaeon, metope detail in Temple E - from Selinunte in Sicilia, circa BC, stone and marble - at the Palermo Museum

Ares. 420.B.C. Roman marble after a Greek original. |  Hermitage Museum.

Ares is the god of war. Any battle of scuffle of that time, he was usually called upon for help to make them victorious. Head of Ares - after Greek original by Alkamenes 420 B.C, at the State Hermitage Museum, Saint-Petersburg

Statue of Zeus at Olympia. This statue used to sit at 42 ft tall and was crafted beautifully out of precious stones, ebony and gold. It has awed many the spectator in its day, including Aemilius Paulus, Roman general. This statue, depicting the Greek god, lived in the Temple of Zeus in Olympia. The temple burned down in 475 AD. The statue was destroyed. Rumors said looking in the eyes of the beautiful statue was like looking into the eyes of Zeus himself, and your life would be changed…

Statue of Zeus at Olympia. This statue used to sit at 42 ft tall and was crafted…

ALL OF ME LOVES ALL OF YOU.

would love to have a picture like this with my husband one day whenever I get married & hang it in my bathroom or bedroom. I love couple photos that are so intimate

Thanatos as a young winged sword. Sculpture in the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, about 325-300 BC

Winged youth with a sword, probably Thanatos, personification of death. Detail of a sculptured marble column drum from the Temple of Artemis at Ephesos, ca. BCE Found at the south-west corner of the temple.

Relief of Sol invictus. Le soleil invaincu, dieu romain associé aux mystères de Mithra, le sauveur.(Soter en latin), son culte était permis aux femmes à la différence de celui de Mithra. L'empereur Constantin le célébra chaque dimanche jusqu' à sa mort.

In Rome, Mithras was a sun god, and in Persia, he was a god of the morning sun.

Alexander the Great, Metope, 3rd century BC Greek Photographic Print at Art.com

Alexander the Great, Metope, 3rd century BC Greek

Alexander the Great, Metope, 3rd century BC Greek Photographic Print at Art.com

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