Nataliya Shadrina

Nataliya Shadrina

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dionysus pictures | Dionysus, also called Bacchus (from bacca , berry), was the god of ...

Dionysus son of Zeus and mortal women Semele. God of fertility and wine, later patron of arts. One hand bringing joy and divine ecstasy. On the other brutal, unthinking rage. Thus, reflecting both sides of wine natures.

Dionysus God of wine, celebrations and ecstasy. Patron god of the art of theatre. . Son of Zeus and the mortal Theban princess Semele. Married to the Cretan princess Ariadne. The youngest Olympian, as well as the only one to have a mortal mother.

Dionysus God of wine, celebrations and ecstasy. Patron god of the art of theatre. Son of Zeus and the mortal Theban princess Semele. Married to the Cretan princess Ariadne. The youngest Olympian, as well as the only one to have a mortal mother.

Sassy Vulcan <---- I SEE WHERE YOU GET IT FROM NOW MEMPHIS XDDD

Hephaestus - Crippled god of fire, metalworking, and crafts. Either the son of Zeus and Hera or Hera alone, he is the smith of the gods and the husband of the adulterous Aphrodite.

Day 21: if stuck on an island, only one god could visit you, who would it be? Poseidon- he could be extremely nice, and calm the seas, or he could be strict and tell me what I need to hear

Poseidon was one of the Twelve Olympians in ancient Greek religion and myth. He was god of the Sea and other waters; of earthquakes; and of In pre-Olympian Bronze Age Greece, he was venerated as a chief deity at Pylos and

Father Zeus.  The lord of the sky, the god of rain, the bearer of thunder, the supreme ruler.

Jupiter, the Italian sky-god connected with rain, storms and thunder, who was identified with the Olympian Father of the gods, Zeus. A Colossal statue found on the shores of Lake Alba Longa. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

The Acropolis of Athens as it would have appeared in the classical (ca. 420 BC) period. The Acropolis was destroyed by the Persians in 490 BC and rebuilt to even greater levels of splendor. Visible are the famous Parthenon, Erechtheion, and Propylaia.

The Acropolis of Athens as it would have appeared in the classical (ca. The Acropolis was destroyed by the Persians in 490 BC and rebuilt to even greater levels of splendor. Visible are the famous Parthenon, Erechtheion, and Propylaia.