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Almighty Zeus

Painting of Statue of Zeus at Olympia - Greek sculptor Phidias created 12 m tall statue of Zeus for Temple of Zeus in Olympia, about 435 BC. The statue was perhaps the most biggest sculpture in Ancient Greece

The throne of the Statue of Zeus at Olympia was 22 feet wide and made from cedarwood, inlaid with precious stones. Zeus himself was made from a wooden frame that was covered with pieces of ivory and bronze. The god’s skin was polished ivory, his hair, beard, robes, and sandals gold. In his right hand he held a life-size statue of Nike, the goddess of victory, while in his left was an eagle-headed scepter.

In the century BCE, Greek sculptor Phidius created a beautiful sculpture of Zeus, which was considered one of the 7 Wonders of the World.

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Statue of Olympian Zeus by Pheidias, by Ferdinand Knab. . .  —  Buy this art print at AllPosters.com

Statue of Olympian Zeus by Pheidias, from a series of the 'Seven Wonders of the Ancient World' published in 'Muenchener Bilderbogen', 1886 Print by Ferdinand Knab

Zeus - king of the gods. God of the sky, lightning, thunder, law, order, and justice. He is the strongest god and of the "Big Three". His Roman version is Jupiter. His weapon of power is his master bolt.

Statue of Zeus at Olympia - The seated statue, some 12 meters tall, occupied half of the width of the temple built to house it. "It seems that if Zeus were to stand up," the geographer Strabo noted early in the century BC, "he would unroof the temple.

Small bronze copy of the huge "Statue of Zeus by Phidias" for temple of Zeus at Olympia

This is a small bronze copy of the huge statue of Zeus that stood in his temple at Olympia.

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Odin and Bruennhilde

Odin and Frigg. Frigg - Odin's wife, and leader of the Aesir Gods.

sculpture of Athena Parthenos, so called "Athena Varvakeion" orginal marble by Phidias, circa 450-430 BCE, from Temple of Athens, Attica

Statue known as "Athena Varvakeion". A copy of "Athena Parthenos" colossal statue by Greek sculptor Phidias. The Roman copy from the c.

Fidia statua di Zeus

Statue of Zeus at Olympia-Greece The Statue of Zeus at Olympia was made by the Greek sculptor Phidias, circa 432 BC on the site where it was erected in the Temple of Zeus, Olympia, Greece. It was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World

En la mitología griega, Poseidón era el dios del mar, así como de los caballos y, como «Agitador de la Tierra», de los terremotos. El nombre del dios marino etrusco Nethuns fue adoptado en latín para Neptuno (Neptunus) en la mitología romana, siendo ambos análogos a Poseidón. Las inscripciones muestran que Poseidón fue venerado en Pilos y Tebas en la Grecia micénica de finales de la Edad del Bronce, pero fue integrado en el panteón olímpico posterior como hermano de Zeus y Hades. Poseidón…

En la mitología griega, Poseidón era el dios del mar, así como de los caballos y, como «Agitador de la Tierra», de los terremotos. El nombre del dios marino etrusco Nethuns fue adoptado en latín para Neptuno (Neptunus) en la mitología romana, siendo ambos análogos a Poseidón. Las inscripciones muestran que Poseidón fue venerado en Pilos y Tebas en la Grecia micénica de finales de la Edad del Bronce, pero fue integrado en el panteón olímpico posterior como hermano de Zeus y Hades. Poseidón…

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