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

greek gods statues

The Horned God

Etruscan Black-figure Amphorae: The Judgement of Paris and Dyionysian Procession, Italia Antiqua: Etruscans and Romans (Altes Museum, Berlin). Vulci (Italy). Clay, around 470 BC. Hermes with a ram on his arm. He is followed by three goddesses in Etruscan robes, yet without characterising attributes.

Hekate & Cerberus, Apulian red-figure krater, 4th c. BC, Antiken-sammlungen, Munich. Hekate was the goddess of magic/ witchcraft/ the night/ moon/ necromancy/ ghosts. She was the only child of the Titanes Perses & Asteria from whom she received her power over heaven/ earth/ sea

Ancient Greek Goddess polos from Crete 640 BCE Terracotta

Ki is the Sumerian Goddess of the earth. In Sumerian mythology, she is the daughter of Nammu, Goddess of the primordial sea. In the later Babylonian mythology, she is the daughter of Anshar and Kishar. In either case, she is the sister/wife of Anu, God of the sky, and mother by him of the Anunnaki, including Enlil, God of the air. Ki was eventually supplanted by Ninhursag as the Great Mother. Her name means “earth.”

Terracotta model of 2 female figures, perhaps goddesses Demeter and Persephone, seated in a cart, Corinthian, Thebes?, c600 BC

THE DEATH OF AKTAION.Artemis, Goddess of te Moon and Hunt , Actaeon & the dogs | Greek vase, Athenian red figure bell krater ca. 470 BC

artémis - a statue of the greek goddess artemis at the louvre

Rhea was the Titaness daughter of the sky god Uranus and the earth goddess Gaia, in Greek mythology.

Zeus, king of the gods, with lightning bolt | Greek vase, Athenian red figure amphora

Labet is a goddess in Egyptian mythology. She is a cleanser of the Sun God Ra, and Goddess of East. Her husband is the fertility god Min. She was worshiped in Panopolis, with her husband.

Etruscan red-figured stamnos, showing Vanth, goddess of death, Penn Museum 4th century BC

Pele

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

Nyx, Greek goddess of the night.

Gaia is the primordial Greek goddess personifying the Earth,(and to me motherhood and beauty) Gaia was the great mother of all: the primal Greek Mother Goddess; creator and giver of birth to the Earth and all the Universe; the heavenly gods, the Titans and the Giants were born from her union with Uranus (the sky), while the sea-gods were born from her union with Pontus (the sea).

Artemis - Greek Goddess - the Virgin Huntress

Jason and the Argonauts. detail from an Athenian red figure clay vase c.425-375 BC.