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Rhea is the mother of Zeus and the six titans, she was married to Cronus and her kids are Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Hestia, Demeter and Hera. Rhea is known to be very caring, she is also the Earth goddess. Rhea is completely opposite to Cronus in nature. She is a goddess of love and beauty. She is portrayed around positive things like flowers and light.

Rhea is the mother of Zeus and the six titans, she was married to Cronus and her kids are Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Hestia, Demeter and Hera. Rhea is known to be very caring, she is also the Earth goddess. Rhea is completely opposite to Cronus in nature. She is a goddess of love and beauty. She is portrayed around positive things like flowers and light.

" ma tu seguimi o vecchio, ed al mio albergo vientene..." ( libro XIV, 54-55)

" ma tu seguimi o vecchio, ed al mio albergo vientene..." ( libro XIV, 54-55)

Il Concilio degli Dei " nè commuovere, Olimpio il cuor ti senti?"( libro I, 87).

Il Concilio degli Dei " nè commuovere, Olimpio il cuor ti senti?"( libro I, 87).

Eurykleia discovers Odysseus  Engraving and etching on paper  John Flaxman  1805  Tate Gallery

Eurykleia discovers Odysseus Engraving and etching on paper John Flaxman 1805 Tate Gallery

Hermes e Calipso "Calipso, inclita dea, non ebbe in lui gli occhi affissati, che il conobbe..." ( libro V, 103-104)

Hermes e Calipso "Calipso, inclita dea, non ebbe in lui gli occhi affissati, che il conobbe..." ( libro V, 103-104)

Madonna and Child by Roberto Custodio in 'A Matter of Faith' at RL Fine Arts in Manhattan

Madonna and Child by Roberto Custodio in 'A Matter of Faith' at RL Fine Arts in Manhattan

"He found his father alone in the well-ordered vineyard, digging about a plant; and he was clothed in a foul tunic, patched and wretched, and about his shins he had bound stitched greaves of ox-hide to guard against scratches, [230] and he wore gloves upon his hands because of the thorns, and on his head a goatskin cap; and he nursed his sorrow." (Hom.Od.24.226). Bonaventura Genelli (1798 – 1868).

"He found his father alone in the well-ordered vineyard, digging about a plant; and he was clothed in a foul tunic, patched and wretched, and about his shins he had bound stitched greaves of ox-hide to guard against scratches, [230] and he wore gloves upon his hands because of the thorns, and on his head a goatskin cap; and he nursed his sorrow." (Hom.Od.24.226). Bonaventura Genelli (1798 – 1868).

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