Gabriel Araujo

Gabriel Araujo

São Paulo / Paulistano, 21 anos, historiador e professor, aprendiz de arqueólogo, potterhead, não vive sem livros, política, música, cinema e games
Gabriel Araujo
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Zeus (Jupiter) Ammon, Roman-Egyptian slab fragment (terracotta), 1st century AD, (Museo Barracco, Rome).

Zeus (Jupiter) Ammon, Roman-Egyptian slab fragment (terracotta), 1st century AD, (Museo Barracco, Rome).

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Silver stater from Delphi, 338/6-334/3 BC. Obv. Head of Demeter left, wearing grain-ear wreath and veil. Rev. Apollo seated left on omphalos, tripod to left, AMΦIKTIONΩN around.

Silver stater from Delphi, 338/6-334/3 BC. Obv. Head of Demeter left, wearing grain-ear wreath and veil. Rev. Apollo seated left on omphalos, tripod to left, AMΦIKTIONΩN around.

Demeter : Goddess of fertility, agriculture, nature, and the seasons

Demeter : Goddess of fertility, agriculture, nature, and the seasons

How appropriate to find & repin this lovely statue of Hekate, for tomorrow night is Hekate's Night & the perfect time to honor Her with leaving an offering at a crossroads...

How appropriate to find & repin this lovely statue of Hekate, for tomorrow night is Hekate's Night & the perfect time to honor Her with leaving an offering at a crossroads...

Statue of Roen, instead of grapes in the right hand a sheaf of wheat; found in personal shrine of king of Tarsus

Statue of Roen, instead of grapes in the right hand a sheaf of wheat; found in personal shrine of king of Tarsus

The Dark Mother, Demeter, represents this time of year. Mabon rituals welcome the Dark Mother, and celebrates that aspect of the Goddess which we may not always find comforting or appealing, but which we must always be willing to acknowledge.

The Dark Mother, Demeter, represents this time of year. Mabon rituals welcome the Dark Mother, and celebrates that aspect of the Goddess which we may not always find comforting or appealing, but which we must always be willing to acknowledge.

"Ceres" by Augustin Pajou (c. 1765) The Louvre, Paris

"Ceres" by Augustin Pajou (c. 1765) The Louvre, Paris