Camp Half-Blood

Camp Half-Blood

Welcome to Camp Half-Blood! If you want to join, let me know, but make sure you are following at least your cabin!(I suggest following the Announcements board!)
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Awesome Greek God and Goddess stickers as cats!

Awesome Greek God and Goddess stickers as cats! <--- Uh, where is Artemis?

Eris by *GENZOMAN Eris (Greek Ἔρις, "Strife") is the Greek goddess of strife, her name being translated into Latin as Discordia. Her Greek opposite is Harmonia, whose Latin counterpart is Concordia. The most famous tale of Eris recounts her initiating the Trojan War. Eris tossed into the party the Apple of Discord, a golden apple inscribed Kallisti – "For the most beautiful one", or "To the Fairest One" – provoking the goddesses to begin quarreling about the appropriate recipient.

Eris by GENZOMAN on deviantART. Tags: eris goddess of chaos, strife and discord…

Crouching Women Playing Knucklebones. The maidens are playing an ancient form of jacks, known as "astragalus" (knucklebones), a game in which five small animal bones were tossed into the air and caught on the back of the hand. Walters Art Museum. ca. 330-100 BC (Hellenistic)

ancientpeoples: “ Crouching Women Playing Knucklebones Greece, ca. BC (Hellenistic) Terracotta “The maidens are playing an ancient form of jacks, known as “astragalus” (knucklebones), a game in which five small animal bones were tossed into.

Unknown, Greek  Jointed Doll Holding a Tambourine, 4th Century BCE  On the night before a Greek girl married, she dedicated her childhood toys and dolls to a goddess, usually Artemis, the chaste goddess of the moon and the hunt.  Jointed dolls were common and were made of materials such as wood, terracotta, bone, ivory, marble and alabaster.  Their bodies were covered with white or flesh-colored slip (liquid clay) and the hair was painted red or yellow.   Memorial Art Gallery

Unknown, Greek Jointed Doll Holding a Tambourine, Century BCE Greek Recreational Artifact On the night before a Greek girl married, she dedicated her childhood toys and dolls to a goddess, usually.