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Goddess Collection

Background imageGoddess Collection: Flora, goddess of Spring

Flora, goddess of Spring. Roman art. Fresco. Proc: ITALY. Castellammare di Stabia. Stabia

Background imageGoddess Collection: Under the Protection of the Gods

Under the Protection of the Gods: A Fantasy of ancient and Modern Egypt. A drawing by Howard Carter showing a hoopoe in the crack of a wall which has ancient Egyptian paintings

Background imageGoddess Collection: Winged Victory of Samothrace or Nike of Samothrace

Winged Victory of Samothrace or Nike of Samothrace
Greek art. Winged Victory of Samothrace or Nike of Samothrace. 2nd century BC. Marble. Sculpture of the greek goodess Nike (Victory). Museum of Louvre. Paris

Background imageGoddess Collection: Freya in her Chariot

Freya in her Chariot
In Scandinavian mythology, the Goddess of love, marriage and the dead. She was the wife of Odin, and is the counterpart of Venus, and is sometimes identified as Frigg

Background imageGoddess Collection: FORTUNA

FORTUNA
Roman goddess of luck and prosperity, carrying a cornucopia full of goodies

Background imageGoddess Collection: Religion / Egypt / Taweret

Religion / Egypt / Taweret
The hippopotamus goddess, she is a likeable and benevolent creature who protects women during pregnancy and in childbirth

Background imageGoddess Collection: FREYJA

FREYJA
A powerful goddess who represents sexual freedom - she has many lovers among the gods

Background imageGoddess Collection: Statue of Nike by Paionios - Olympia, Greece

Statue of Nike by Paionios - Olympia, Greece
Reconstruction of a Statue of Nike (Goddess of Victory), originally by Paionios - Olympia, Greece (425420 BC). The statue originally stood near the temple of Zeus on a triangular 6-metre high pillar

Background imageGoddess Collection: Pergamon Altar. Hecate fighting against the giant Klytios ne

Pergamon Altar. Hecate fighting against the giant Klytios ne
Pergamon Altar. Built by order of Eumenes II Soter. 164-156 BC. Marble and limestone. Gigantomachy. South frieze. The three-faceted goddess Hecate fighting with a torch

Background imageGoddess Collection: Bust of goddess Tanit. Carthaginian art. Sculpture

Bust of goddess Tanit. Carthaginian art. Sculpture. SPAIN. BALEARES. IBIZA. Ibiza. Museum of Archaeology of Ibiza and Formentera

Background imageGoddess Collection: Fountain and statue of Diana - Mexico City

Fountain and statue of Diana - Mexico City
Beautiful photographic postcard depiction of the Fountain (with statue of Diana, the Huntress) at the Paseo de la Reforma, Mexico City, Mexico (later moved to Ixmiquilpan, Hidalgo, Mexico)

Background imageGoddess Collection: Angerona Goddess

Angerona Goddess
A Roman goddess of obscure attributes : depicted here with finger to lips, she is also represented with her mouth bound, so there are connotations of secrecy

Background imageGoddess Collection: CARMENTA

CARMENTA
Roman goddess of prophecy, protectress of women in childbirth

Background imageGoddess 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 imageGoddess Collection: Goddess Maat. 1312 -1298 BC. Represented with

Goddess Maat. 1312 -1298 BC. Represented with a feather in the head. Egyptian art. New Kingdom. Painting. ITALY. Florence. National Museum of Archaeology. Proc: EGYPT. Dayr al-Bahri

Background imageGoddess Collection: Benzaiten or Benten

Benzaiten or Benten
Alternative names for the goddess of grace and beauty, the tutelary genius of the island of Enoshima, the type of ideal womanhood

Background imageGoddess Collection: Egypt. Goddess Nephthys. Relief. Memphis

Egypt. Goddess Nephthys. Relief. Memphis
Egyptian Art. Goddess Nephthys wearing a headdress in the shape of a house. Relief. Mit Rahina Open Air Museum. Memphis. Egypt

Background imageGoddess Collection: The Book of the Dead: Heruben Papyrus. 1075 -

The Book of the Dead: Heruben Papyrus. 1075 - 945 BC. Papyrus with the cow goddess Hathor, a woman and two snakes. Work from the 21st Dynasty. Egyptian art. Third Intermediate Period

Background imageGoddess Collection: Minerva Victorious over ignorance

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

Background imageGoddess Collection: The Feast of Venus

The Feast of Venus, after 1635. Rubens, Peter Paul (1577-1640). Oil on canvas, 217 x 350 cm

Background imageGoddess Collection: LCC-LFB AFS Green Goddess pump, Lambeth HQ

LCC-LFB AFS Green Goddess pump, Lambeth HQ
A typical AFS (government design) Green Goddess pump, at drill in the yard of Brigade Headquarters station, Lambeth. Created prior to the outbreak of WW2

Background imageGoddess Collection: Goddess Kali

Goddess Kali
The Goddess Kali, the malevolent aspect of Shivas wife Parvati. she wears a necklace of 50 human skulls & frequents cremation grounds

Background imageGoddess Collection: Birth of Aphrodite

Birth of Aphrodite
She is born from the foam of the sea

Background imageGoddess Collection: Athena (Mussard)

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

Background imageGoddess Collection: Worshipping the God of Smallpox, India

Worshipping the God of Smallpox, India
Under the Hindu faith, if you want protection against getting smallpox, pray to Shitala, the Goddess of Smallpox

Background imageGoddess Collection: Miracle Fire in Temple

Miracle Fire in Temple
When a mysterious flame bursts out in the temple of fertility goddess Bona Dea, the Vestal Virgins interpret it as a portent favorable to Cicero; but it is probably a trick

Background imageGoddess Collection: Bathing Belle Parade

Bathing Belle Parade
Three disgruntled beauty queens look particularly annoyed at a sassy woman in a red bikini holds a placard boasting that she can cook too!

Background imageGoddess Collection: Goddess of Underworld

Goddess of Underworld
Hel, daughter of Loki & goddess of the underworld

Background imageGoddess Collection: Artemis / Diana

Artemis / Diana
The goddess of childbirth and womens rites of passage, depicted with the new moon on her head and a cape embroidered with stars

Background imageGoddess Collection: Rumila, Goddess

Rumila, Goddess
Roman goddess of breastfeeding

Background imageGoddess Collection: Egyptian Art. Temple of Kom Ombo. Sekhmet, the lion-headed g

Egyptian Art. Temple of Kom Ombo. Sekhmet, the lion-headed g
Egyptian Art. Temple of Kom Ombo. Ptolemaic Dynasty. 2nd century B.C. Dedicated to the crocodile god Sobek and falcon god Haroeris

Background imageGoddess Collection: Stele of Roma the doorkeeper dedicated to Goddess Astarte. E

Stele of Roma the doorkeeper dedicated to Goddess Astarte. E
Stele of Roma the doorkeeper dedicated to Goddess Astarte. Limestone. 18th Dynasty. New Kingdom. C. 1400-1365 BC. Origin unknown. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageGoddess Collection: Cast copy of the Juno Ludovisi

Cast copy of the Juno Ludovisi
Modern cast copy of the Juno Ludovisi (Hera Ludovisi) - a colossal 1st century Roman marble head depicting an idealized and youthful Antonia Minor as the goddess Juno. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageGoddess Collection: Pergamon Altar. Hephaistos and goddess Eos riding a horse

Pergamon Altar. Hephaistos and goddess Eos riding a horse
Pergamon Altar. Built by order of Eumenes II Soter. 164-156 BC by artists of the school of Pergamon. Marble and limestone. South frieze. Gigantomachy

Background imageGoddess Collection: Temple of Vesta. Rome. Italy

Temple of Vesta. Rome. Italy
Italy. Rome. Temple of Vesta. Roman Forum

Background imageGoddess Collection: Greek Statue of Aphrodite, Pan and Eros

Greek Statue of Aphrodite, Pan and Eros
Greek Marble Statue of Aphrodite, Pan and Eros - circa 100BC, found at Delos Date: circa 100BC

Background imageGoddess Collection: Venus between terminal gods by Aubrey Beardsley

Venus between terminal gods by Aubrey Beardsley
Venus Between Terminal Gods by Aubrey Beardsley. Date: 1895

Background imageGoddess Collection: Tomb of Horemheb. Hathor. Fresco

Tomb of Horemheb. Hathor. Fresco
EGYPT. Dayr al-Bahri. Valley of the Kings. Tomb of Horemheb. Goddess Hathor. Egyptian art. New Kingdom. Fresco

Background imageGoddess Collection: Diana the Huntress - with Attendants and Borzois

Diana the Huntress - with Attendants and Borzois Date: circa 1900

Background imageGoddess Collection: Mrs Charles Sweeny as Astrae the Star-Maiden

Mrs Charles Sweeny as Astrae the Star-Maiden
Mrs Charles Sweeny, formerly Miss Margaret Whigham and later the Duchess of Argyll (1912 - 1993), pictured as Astrae, the Star-Maiden for the Olympian Party at Claridges on 5 March 1935 in aid of

Background imageGoddess Collection: Goddess Minerva

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

Background imageGoddess Collection: Isis with Cows Head

Isis with Cows Head
Isis, depicted with a cows head, suckles her son Horus - one of the many ways in which she is show, this emphasises her role as Mother Goddess

Background imageGoddess Collection: Religion / Egypt / Nut

Religion / Egypt / Nut
A sky-goddess, mother of the gods, after copulating with her brother the earth-god Geb

Background imageGoddess Collection: Aphrodite, called Hera Borghese. Monte Calvo. 2nd century

Aphrodite, called Hera Borghese. Monte Calvo. 2nd century AD. Goddess of Love. Roman marble copy of a Greek bronze statue of the Classical Period. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen, Denmark

Background imageGoddess Collection: Colossal statue of a goddess. 2nd century AD

Colossal statue of a goddess. 2nd century AD
Roman colossal statue of a goddess. 138-161 AD. The head is latest. Marble. From Egypt. Neues Museum (New Museum). Berlin. Germany

Background imageGoddess Collection: Statue of the Goddess Sakhmet. Egypt

Statue of the Goddess Sakhmet. Egypt
Statue of the Lion Goddess Sakhmet. Diorite. Reign of Amenophis III. C. 1400-1365 BC. Origin unknown. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageGoddess Collection: Goddess Sekhmet, Sculpture. Medinet Habu. Egypt

Goddess Sekhmet, Sculpture. Medinet Habu. Egypt
Goddess Sekhmet, goddess of war, represented with head of a lioness and the human body and crowned with the solar disk. Sculpture in the mortuary temple of Ramses III (1187-1156 BC). New Kingdom



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