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

    Khunum: Khunum is the god that also created mankind. He created man on a potters wheel and then breathed life into them. Khunum was shown as a man with a goats head or a goat. His theophanie is a goat. Khunum's wife is Saitis of Neith. Satis is the goddess with title of divine mother. Their daughter is Anukis goddess of the hunt.

    Panathenaic prize amphora, ca. 525–500 B.C.; black-figure Attributed to the Kleophrades Painter Greek, Attic Terracotta

    "Panacea, the Greek Goddess of healing, was the daughter of Aesculapius, the god of medicine. She was said to have a potion with which she healed the sick. This brought about the concept of the panacea in medicine, a substance meant to cure all diseases." At and quote from Emily Balivet

    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.

    Etruscan Fertility Goddess by jparakilas, via Flickr - looks like the figures from Japan...

    Poseidon, god of the sea, with trident | Greek vase, Athenian red figure calyx krater

    Terracotta statuette of a draped goddess Period: Classical Date: late 5th–4th century B.C. Culture: Greek

    Goddess | Attic Terracotta figure of a goddess seated on a throne. Painted terracotta figurine; made in Athens about 500 BC. London, The British Museum

    Vestal - Frederic Leighton ; in ancient roman religion , vestal virgins were priestesses of Vesta, the goddess of the Hearth

    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.

    Greek Gods Aphrodite

    Greek Gods - Artemis

    Roman and Greek Gods

    Ancient Greek & Roman Sculpture: Demeter / Ceres

    Attic Red Figure Shape: Amphora Painter: Attributed to the the Suessula Painter Date: ca 400 - 390 BC Period: Late Classical Detail of Artemis from a painting of the Gigantomakhia (War of the Giants). The goddess aims her bow at a giant. She is dressed in a knee-length skirt of a maiden, and wears an animal skin cap. Below her stands Demeter wielding a spear.

    Marble female figure, Early Cycladic II, 2700–2600 BCE, Met Museum

    10 1/2 inches. 3rd-2nd C. BCE Greek Woman's Head, Tarentum, Southern Italy ~ I want a planter of this! Filled with succulents that look like hair...

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

    Ancient Roman Hekateion; a triple-bodied depiction of Hekate with the goddess's torch attribute. Each of the figures carries two torches, attributes of Hekate, the goddess who presided over pathways and crossroads, especially at night. Hekate was a goddess of the moon and of nocturnal sorcery, and, like Hermes, traveled to and from the underworld and earth. The three figures of the goddess also wear poloi, cylindrical headdresses often associated with female deities of rebirth.

    Oinochoe-chous (jug) depicting women perfuming clothes, ca. 420–410 b.c.; Red-figure Attributed to the Meidias Painter Greek, Attic