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Athena Collection

Background imageAthena Collection: Tholos of the Sanctuary of Athena Pronaia. ca

Tholos of the Sanctuary of Athena Pronaia. ca. 370 -360 BC. GREECE. CENTRAL GREECE. PHOCIS. Delphi. Sanctuary of Athena Pronaia. Classical Greek art. Architecture

Background imageAthena Collection: Pergamon Altar. Athena against the giant Alcyoneus

Pergamon Altar. Athena against the giant Alcyoneus
Pergamon Altar. Built by order of Eumenes II Soter. 164-156 BC by artists of the school of Pergamon. Marble and limestone. East frieze. Gigantomachy. Struggle between gods and giants

Background imageAthena Collection: Minerva Victorious over ignorance

Minerva Victorious over ignorance
Minervas Victorious over Ignorance. Spranger, Bartholomaeus (1546-1611). Oil on canvas

Background imageAthena Collection: Athena (Mussard)

Athena (Mussard)
The Greek goddess of wisdom, with her owl and a a dragon

Background imageAthena Collection: Nightingale & Owl

Nightingale & Owl
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE at home as a young woman with her pet owl, Athena

Background imageAthena Collection: Goddess Minerva

Goddess Minerva
The Roman Goddess of crafts, poetry and wisdom and the daughter of Jupiter

Background imageAthena Collection: Athens. Panoramic view of the Acropolis. Parthenon

Athens. Panoramic view of the Acropolis. Parthenon. Attica. Central Greece

Background imageAthena Collection: Athena fighting between Hector and Achilles

Athena fighting between Hector and Achilles. Attic black-figure kylix. Archaic Greek art. Ceramics

Background imageAthena Collection: Athena / Minerva Bust

Athena / Minerva Bust
A colossal head of Minerva, an example of very early Greek sculpture. The goddess is shown in a heavily restored form with later additions of a helmet crest and owl motifs

Background imageAthena Collection: French Cartomancy Book

French Cartomancy Book
Comment se tirer les cartes soi-meme (How to interpret the cards yourself) - a French popular manual by Madame Athena

Background imageAthena Collection: The Propylaea, entrance to the Acropolis, Athens, Greece

The Propylaea, entrance to the Acropolis, Athens, Greece
View of the Propylaea, entrance to the Acropolis, Athens, Greece. At right, the Temple of Athena Nike, and at left, the building with the paintings of the Greek painter Polignotus. I Propilei

Background imageAthena Collection: Examples of the proportions of Doric columns, Greek

Examples of the proportions of Doric columns, Greek architecture. Column from the Parthenon 1, and the Propylaea 2, 3. Esempi di proporzione dorica

Background imageAthena Collection: The Athena Giustiniani. Roman copy of a Greek statue of Pall

The Athena Giustiniani. Roman copy of a Greek statue of Pall
The Athena Giustiniani or Giustiniani Minerva. Parian marble. Antonine Roman copy of a Greek statue of Pallas Athena. 2nd century. Detail. Braccio Nuovo. Chiaramonti Museum. Vatican Museums

Background imageAthena Collection: The Judgement Of Paris

The Judgement Of Paris
This illustration is a depiction of the Greek mythological story of The Judgement of Paris, this scene represents the goddess of Discord, Eris, holding the golden apple

Background imageAthena Collection: Boundary-marker in Oscan language. 300-100 BC

Boundary-marker in Oscan language. 300-100 BC
Boundary-marker with Oscan inscription. Used to mark the confines of sacred area. Decorated with reliefs depicting helmeted goddess Athena and a boar. Terracotta. 300-100 BC. From a tomb near Capua

Background imageAthena Collection: Ruins of the Gate of Athena Archegetis, Roman Agora, Athens

Ruins of the Gate of Athena Archegetis, Roman Agora, Athens
Ruins of the Gate of Athena Archegetis, at the Roman Agora or Roman Forum, Athens, Greece. Porta del Mercato di Atene. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Bennardoni from Giulio Ferrarios Costumes

Background imageAthena Collection: View of the interior of the Parthenon, Athens, Greece

View of the interior of the Parthenon, Athens, Greece. Interno del Partenone scoperto. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Migliavacca from Giulio Ferrarios Costumes Ancient

Background imageAthena Collection: Avro 701 Athena T Mk. 2 VW892

Avro 701 Athena T Mk. 2 VW892
Avro 701 Athena T Mk.2 VW892, (second prototype T Mk.2), at the 1948 SBAC Radlett air show. Originally designed for turboprop power to Air Ministry Specification T.7/45 as the Athena T Mk.1

Background imageAthena Collection: CORONIS BECOMES A CROW

CORONIS BECOMES A CROW
Coronis is hotly pursued by Poseidon / Naptune; to help her escape his unwelcome advances, Athena / Minerva transforms her into a crow

Background imageAthena Collection: PROMETHUS CREATES

PROMETHUS CREATES
Prometheus is responsible for shaping Man from Earth and Water, then Athena/Minerva breathes life into him. So who needs Adam and Eve ?

Background imageAthena Collection: PATRON OF ATHENS

PATRON OF ATHENS
Greek - Roman goddess of wisdom, patron of Athens

Background imageAthena Collection: MYTH / ATHENA / MINERVA

MYTH / ATHENA / MINERVA
Patron goddess of Athens also identified with Minerva, the Italian goddess of crafts

Background imageAthena Collection: Boulton Paul Balliol prototype VL935

Boulton Paul Balliol prototype VL935
Boulton Paul Balliol 3rd prototype VL935 at the 1948 Farnborough SBAC show, in company with Avro Athena prototype VW890. the four Balliol prototypes were to be powered by Armstrong-Siddeley Mamba

Background imageAthena Collection: Avro 701 Athena T-2

Avro 701 Athena T-2
Avro 701 Athena Mk-2 Rolls-Royce Merlin Powered Civil Demonstrator Aircraft at Woodford on 15 May 1950, on Return from a 3.5 Month Demonstration Tour of India and the Middle East Date: 1950

Background imageAthena Collection: Athena by Johannes Benk, Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien

Athena by Johannes Benk, Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien
Athena for the dome of the Kunsthistorisches Museum (Vienna) by Johannes Benk (1844-1914), Austrian Sculptor. Date: circa 1903

Background imageAthena Collection: Bust of Athena. Roman sculpture after original of about 420

Bust of Athena. Roman sculpture after original of about 420
Athena. Goddess of wisdom, courage, law and justice. (Roman equivalent: Minerva). Bust of Athena. Roman sculpture after original of about 420 BC. Glyptothek. Munich. Germany

Background imageAthena Collection: Hermathena. Fresco. Italy

Hermathena. Fresco. Italy
Hermathena. Fusion of Mercury and Athena. 16th century fresco by Federico Zuccari. Farnese Palace. Caprarola. Italy

Background imageAthena Collection: Restoration of the Acropolis, Athens

Restoration of the Acropolis, Athens
Depiction of the acropolis in ancient Athens, with the Propylaea, the bronze statue of Athena Promachos and the Erechteion, temple of the tutelary goddess Athena Polias

Background imageAthena Collection: Six Gents sitting beside Porch of the Caryatids, Acropolis

Six Gents sitting beside Porch of the Caryatids, Acropolis
Six Gents sitting beside the Porch of the Caryatids at the Erechtheion or Erechtheum - an ancient Greek temple on the north side of the Acropolis of Athens in Greece which was dedicated to both

Background imageAthena Collection: Athena Varvakeion. Copy of Athena Parthenos

Athena Varvakeion. Copy of Athena Parthenos
Votive sculpture of Athena Varvakeion. Copy of Athena Parthenos. Roman period, 2nd century BC. National Archaeological Museum of Athens

Background imageAthena Collection: 19th century reconstruction of the Aegina West Pediment. Tem

19th century reconstruction of the Aegina West Pediment. Tem
Aegina West Pediment. Sanctuary of Aphaia, Aegina Island, Greece. Reconstruction by Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1884). 19th century. Athena and warriors. Glyptothek Museum. Munich. Germany

Background imageAthena Collection: Statue of Athena Parthenos. Pergamon

Statue of Athena Parthenos. Pergamon
Statue of Athena Parthenos. Marble. Copy of Phidias. 2nd century BC. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imageAthena Collection: THESEION-HEPHAISTEION. V century B. C. Athens. Greece

THESEION-HEPHAISTEION. V century B. C. Athens. Greece
GREEK ART. GREECE. THESEION-HEPHAISTEION. V century. Doric temple built in pentelic marble at time of Pericles (449-425 BC). Was devoted to Hephaesto (or Vulcan), and Athena. Greek agora. Athens

Background imageAthena Collection: Judgement of Paris

Judgement of Paris
Paris is invited to choose between Hera, Aphrodite and Athena : by giving the Apple of Discord to Aphrodite he wins her friendship but loses that of the two others

Background imageAthena Collection: Diomedes and Minerva

Diomedes and Minerva
Athena/Minerva advises DIOMEDES - who has just slain Rhesus - to rejoin the Greeks

Background imageAthena Collection: Athena. Statue. Goddess of Wisdom and War. From Rome 2nd

Athena. Statue. Goddess of Wisdom and War. From Rome 2nd
Athena. Rome 2nd century AD. Marble. The helmet is pushed up on her forehead. It was decorated with a sphinx, while the cheek guards have rams horns in relief

Background imageAthena Collection: Athena Parthenos. Amelia, Italy. AD 100-150. Bust

Athena Parthenos. Amelia, Italy. AD 100-150. Bust. Marble. The goddess wears a helmet crowned by a sphinx flanked by winged horses

Background imageAthena Collection: Roman Period. Head of Athena. Marble. From Khirbet el-Mefjer

Roman Period. Head of Athena. Marble. From Khirbet el-Mefjer, Jerico. 3rd century AD. Rockefeller Archaeological Museum. Jerusalem. Israel

Background imageAthena Collection: Athena Parthenos. Greek goddes. Roman copy of a Greek work b

Athena Parthenos. Greek goddes. Roman copy of a Greek work b
Athena Parthenos. Bust of Greek goddes Athena. Roman copy of a Greek work by Phidias (438 BC). Museum of Louvre. Paris. France

Background imageAthena Collection: Statue of Athena. Roman copy

Statue of Athena. Roman copy
Statue of Goddess Athena. Roman copy of an original from 5th century BC. Marble. From Leptis Magna. Archaeological Museum. Istanbul. Turkey

Background imageAthena Collection: Italy. Paestum. Temple of Athena or Ceres

Italy. Paestum. Temple of Athena or Ceres. 6th century BC

Background imageAthena Collection: Relief depicting Nike or Victory tie his sandals. Bastion of

Relief depicting Nike or Victory tie his sandals. Bastion of the Temple of Athena Nike, by Phidias (c.432-490 BC). 427-424 BC. Acropolis Museum. Athens. Greece

Background imageAthena Collection: Roman sarcophagus. About 180 AD. Athena, Apollo and the nine

Roman sarcophagus. About 180 AD. Athena, Apollo and the nine
Roman sarcophagus. About 180 AD. Goddess Athena, God Apollo and the nine Muses (goddesses of the inspiration of literature, science and the arts. Reliefs. Glyptothek. Munich. Germany

Background imageAthena Collection: East Pediments Group of the Temple of Aegina. Ca. 490 BC. D

East Pediments Group of the Temple of Aegina. Ca. 490 BC. D
East Pediments Group of the Temple of Aegina. Ca. 490 BC. First battle of Greeks and Trojans. Goddess Athena, center, opponent, helper and a fighting warrior. Glyptothek Museum. Munich. Germany

Background imageAthena Collection: Robed head of a priestess of the goddess Athena. Pergamon

Robed head of a priestess of the goddess Athena. Pergamon
Robed head of a priestess of the goddess Athena. 117-138 BC. Found in the Byzantine wall of Pergamum. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imageAthena Collection: Reliefs of Sanctuary of Athena. Pergamon

Reliefs of Sanctuary of Athena. Pergamon
Sanctuary of Athena. 2nd century BC. Fragment of the frieze depicting marine centaurs. Acropolis of Pergamum. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imageAthena Collection: Propylaea of A?a?A?a?the Sanctuary of Athena. Pergamon. De

Propylaea of A?a?A?a?the Sanctuary of Athena. Pergamon. De
Propylaea of A?a?A?a?the Sanctuary of Athena. 3rd - 2nd centuries BC. Architrave with the dedication from king Eumenes to Athena Nikephore. At the balcony, the weapons of the defeates Galates

Background imageAthena Collection: Model of Pergamum

Model of Pergamum
Model of the city of Pergamum. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany



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