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An Italian white marble group of lovers entitled 'A pompei',

An Italian white marble group of lovers entitled 'A pompei',

A statue of the Greek Goddess Nemesis found in Egypt in the 2nd century AD. Currently at the Louvre Museum.  Nemesis is the Goddess of consequence, of revenge and retribution. A goddess who gives to eadh what they deserve.

A statue of the Greek Goddess Nemesis found in Egypt in the 2nd century AD. Currently at the Louvre Museum. Nemesis is the Goddess of consequence, of revenge and retribution. A goddess who gives to eadh what they deserve.

Naima & Nia Mora were born March 1, 1984 in Detroit, Michigan to African American, talented jazz vocalist and entrepreneur Theresa Mora & Mexican jazz percussionist Francisco Mora Catlett. Their paternal grandparents are Francisco Mora and sculptress, painter, and printmaker Elizabeth Catlett. Naima is the inspiration for her grandmother's 2001 black marble bust entitled Naima and is named after the John Coltrane song Naima. She is the winner of Cycle 4 of America's Next Top Model.

Naima & Nia Mora were born March 1, 1984 in Detroit, Michigan to African American, talented jazz vocalist and entrepreneur Theresa Mora & Mexican jazz percussionist Francisco Mora Catlett. Their paternal grandparents are Francisco Mora and sculptress, painter, and printmaker Elizabeth Catlett. Naima is the inspiration for her grandmother's 2001 black marble bust entitled Naima and is named after the John Coltrane song Naima. She is the winner of Cycle 4 of America's Next Top Model.

An excerpt from “The Luzerne County Court House,” The American Architect, September 15, 1909: The Orphans’ Court room is wainscoted with English veined white Italian marble in the form of panels, with stiles and rails of Blanco P. The columns are of Breche violette, the woodwork of mahogany. This room is also decorated with a mural painting, similarly located to those in the other court rooms; the work of Charles L. Hinton, entitled “The Symbols of Life.”

An excerpt from “The Luzerne County Court House,” The American Architect, September 15, 1909: The Orphans’ Court room is wainscoted with English veined white Italian marble in the form of panels, with stiles and rails of Blanco P. The columns are of Breche violette, the woodwork of mahogany. This room is also decorated with a mural painting, similarly located to those in the other court rooms; the work of Charles L. Hinton, entitled “The Symbols of Life.”

Hummingbird. 36  Information: This decorative, hand-colored copper-plate engraving comes from the first edition of Lesson’s landmark work on hummingbirds entitled The Natural History of Hummingbirds or Histoire Naturelle des Oiseaux-Mouches. Rene Primevere Lesson’s work preceded Gould’s by more than 20 years, and was published between 1829 and 1833. Lesson, a French naturalist and explorer, traveled on la Coquile and became enthralled with the remarkable birds.

Hummingbird. 36 Information: This decorative, hand-colored copper-plate engraving comes from the first edition of Lesson’s landmark work on hummingbirds entitled The Natural History of Hummingbirds or Histoire Naturelle des Oiseaux-Mouches. Rene Primevere Lesson’s work preceded Gould’s by more than 20 years, and was published between 1829 and 1833. Lesson, a French naturalist and explorer, traveled on la Coquile and became enthralled with the remarkable birds.

Hera - Hera (en griego antiguo Ἥρα Hēra, o equivalentemente: Ἥρη Hērē en jónico y griego homérico) es la legítima esposa y una de las tres hermanas del dios Zeus en el panteón olímpico de la mitología griega clásica. Además, ocupaba el cargo de Reina de los dioses. Su equivalente en la mitología romana era Juno. Se le sacrificaban la vaca y más tarde el pavo real. Su madre se llamaba Rea y su padre Cronos.

Hera - Hera (en griego antiguo Ἥρα Hēra, o equivalentemente: Ἥρη Hērē en jónico y griego homérico) es la legítima esposa y una de las tres hermanas del dios Zeus en el panteón olímpico de la mitología griega clásica. Además, ocupaba el cargo de Reina de los dioses. Su equivalente en la mitología romana era Juno. Se le sacrificaban la vaca y más tarde el pavo real. Su madre se llamaba Rea y su padre Cronos.

This is a statue of Jupiter, the Roman sky god. Jupiter is known as the god of gods and is similar to the Greek god, Zeus.

This is a statue of Jupiter, the Roman sky god. Jupiter is known as the god of gods and is similar to the Greek god, Zeus.

Nemesis. Goddess of Revenge

Nemesis. Goddess of Revenge

Anubis es el dios de la muerte del antiguo Egipto, maestro de las necrópolis y patrón de embalsamadores, representado como un gran cánido negro acostado sobre su estómago, probablemente un chacal o un perro salvaje, o como un hombre con cabeza de perro. El significado de Anubis, Inpu en egipcio antiguo, Anub en copto, Ἄνουβις (Anoubis) en griego antiguo sigue siendo oscuro: de numerosas explicaciones se han propuesto, pero puede ser solo una onomatopeya que expresa el chacal aullando.

Anubis es el dios de la muerte del antiguo Egipto, maestro de las necrópolis y patrón de embalsamadores, representado como un gran cánido negro acostado sobre su estómago, probablemente un chacal o un perro salvaje, o como un hombre con cabeza de perro. El significado de Anubis, Inpu en egipcio antiguo, Anub en copto, Ἄνουβις (Anoubis) en griego antiguo sigue siendo oscuro: de numerosas explicaciones se han propuesto, pero puede ser solo una onomatopeya que expresa el chacal aullando.

Archaic Kore statue, Kore also known as Persephone, she is daughter of Demeter - circa 550-500 BC, from ancient Attica

Archaic Kore statue, Kore also known as Persephone, she is daughter of Demeter - circa 550-500 BC, from ancient Attica

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