Come on in! Join Pinterest only takes like a second or so.

More like this: lightning, lightning bolts and goddesses.
Visit Site
Timothy Thompson
Timothy Thompson • 38 weeks ago

Astrape, goddess of lightning | Greek vase, Apulian red figure loutrophoros

Related Pins:

Decorative Siren | Greek vase, Apulian red figure loutrophoros

Late archaic pottery with images of Hera being attended by another winged Greek goddess, Iris. Attic red figure with a lekythos shape, c. 480 BC. by a Brygos painter.

Eleusinian Demeter & Plutus, Apulian red-figure loutrophoros C4th B.C., The J. Paul Getty Museum

DEMETER & HESTIA Antikenmuseen, Berlin, Germany Ware: Attic Red Figure Shape: Kylix Painter: Name vase of the Sosias Painter Date: ca 500 BC Period: Late Archaic. Detail of Demeter and Hestia from a painting depicting the reception of Herakles into Olympos. The pair are seated on stools draped with leopard skins. Demeter holds a staff tipped with sheafs of grain and the maiden goddess Hestia is modestly attired in a veil.

Artemis, goddess of hunting, with bow | Greek vase, Athenian red figure bell krater

Athena, goddess of war & wisdom | Greek vase, Athenian red figure nolan amphora

Selene, goddess of the moon | Athenian red figure kylix C5th B.C. |Antikensammlung, Berlin SELENE was the Titan goddess of the moon. She was depicted as a woman either riding side saddle on a horse or in a chariot drawn by a pair of winged steeds. Her lunar sphere or crescent was represented as either a crown set upon her head or as the fold of a raised, shining cloak.

Aphrodite, goddess of love, with Eros & Zeus | Greek vase, Apulian red figure loutrophoros

Detail of Eos, the winged goddess of the dawn, from a painting depicting her pursuit of the youth Kephalos. Attic Red Figure, ca 440 BC, Johns Hopkins University Museum, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

Artemis, goddess of the hunt | Athenian red figure lekythos c. 5th B.C. State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg

An ancient Greek statue of Athena Parthenos (Phidias); the goddess of arts and warcraft is depicted with her symbolic attributes: a shield, a helmet and a figure of the victory-goddess Nike. (National Archaeological Museum of Athens)

Greek Mythology: Hestia was the virgin goddess of the hearth (both private and municipal) and the home. As the goddess of the family hearth she also presided over the cooking of bread and the preparation of the family meal. Hestia was also the goddess of the sacrificial flame and received a share of every sacrifice to the gods. The cooking of the communal feast of sacrificial meat was naturally a part of her domain. In myth Hestia was the first born child of Kronos and Rhea who was...