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Statue of Artemis of Ephesus Marco Prins Naples, National Archaeological Museum

Artemis of Ephesus, Naples, Italy. Alabaster and bronze. Roman, second century CE.

Artemisa Efesia  Fecha: Siglo II a.C. Museo: Museo Arqueológico de Nápoles   Grecia.

Artemisa Efesia Fecha: Siglo II a.C. Museo: Museo Arqueológico de Nápoles Grecia.

Artemis - Bienenkönigin

entry in Naples: Life, Death & Miracles: a personal encyclopedia

Терракотовая статуэтка богини Иштар-Астарты, 1900-1600 г. до н.э., Месопотамия. Астарта была в основном ханаанской версией Инанны/Иштар. Иштар (араб. عشتار‎ Иштар,

Terracotta Figurine of Ishtar-Astarte, between the 1900 BC - 1600 BC, Mesopotamian Cultures.

De Artemis uit het Archeologisch Museum in Napels.

De Artemis uit het Archeologisch Museum in Napels.

Ephesian Artemis - 125-175 AD, Ephesus Museum, Selçuk, Turkey by Following Hadrian, via Flickr

Ephesian Artemis - 125-175 AD, Ephesus Museum, Selçuk, Turkey by Following Hadrian, via Flickr

Artemis of Ephesus

that's the general classification of this statue, based on fertility goddess statues and here bizarrely turned into a fountain

Artemis of Ephesus, 2nd century A.D., Roman copy of a Greek original, alabaster with 19th-century bronze head, hands, and feet. Museo archeologico nazionale, Naples

I Spy 18 Breasts, umm, or Bull Testicles One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World was the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus. The Ephesians had a unique way of representing the goddess of nature and.

A Statuette of the Ephesian Artemis  H. 36.8 cm. Marble. Roman, mid-1st to 1st quarter of 2nd cent. A.D., and 18th century. Provenance : The Erotika Collection Christian von Faber-Castell, Kusnacht ZH, Switzerland.

A Statuette of the Ephesian Artemis H. Roman, to quarter of cent. Provenance : The Erotika Collection Christian von Faber-Castell, Kusnacht ZH, Switzerland.

De Mooie Artemis in het Archeologish Museum van Selçuk. 								Zij draagt de <b>Kalathos</b> op haar hoofd.<br> 								Let ook op de Dierenriem om haar hals.

De Mooie Artemis in het Archeologish Museum van Selçuk. Zij draagt de <b>Kalathos</b> op haar hoofd.<br> Let ook op de Dierenriem om haar hals.

Temple of Artemis - Ephesus, Turkey

Artemis statue in Selcuk Museum, Ephesus, Turkey. Her temple at Ephesus in Lydia was one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world, with a colossal statue of the goddess some 40 feet high

Artemis of Ephesus.  Date: Second half of the 2nd century CE.  Head, feet and hands restored by Valadier in bronze  Medium: Alabaster, bronze  Provenance: Naples, National Archaeological Museum  (Museo archeologico nazionale di Napoli) - The Ancient Way of Life

Artemis of Ephesus. Date: Second half of the century CE. Head, feet and hands restored by Valadier in bronze Medium: Alabaster, bronze Provenance: Naples, National Archaeological Museum (Museo archeologico nazionale di Napoli) - The Ancient Way of Life

Ephesus was steeped in goddess religion, having as its main goddess – the goddess of fertility. She was identified with the Greek goddess Artemis, the virgin huntress – except the Romans called her Diana – the fertility goddess.

Ephesus was steeped in goddess religion, having as its main goddess – the goddess of fertility. She was identified with the Greek goddess Artemis, the virgin huntress – except the Romans called her Diana – the fertility goddess.

Symmetry Symptom

Hermes is also clever when he gave a mirror shild to Perseus so that he could kill medusa on his quest throughout Greece.

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