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Egypt

Egypt - I recognise that relief of Hathor, I've seen one like it at a uni museum. I love the cow ears, the ancient Egyptians were really creative with the physical appearances of their gods.

pennmuseum: Statue group of a family with a father and mother on the left and their two sons beside them. The son, Pepi is identified as the donor of this statue. The physiognomy of the group reflects royal figures of the 12th/13th dyns. with large ears, heavy lidded eyes.

pennmuseum: “ Statue group of a family with a father and mother on the left and their two sons beside them. The son, Pepi is identified as the donor of this statue. The physiognomy of the group.

ca. 150–100 BC. Aphrodite in the process of undressing. Based on the most renown classical sculpture: Praxiteles' 4th BC.

Aphrodite in the process of undressing for a bath in the pose of "heroic nudity." Based on the most renown Hellenistic sculpture: Praxiteles' C. BCE over-life-size marble 'Aphrodite of Knidos.

Winged Victory (Nike) of Samothrace, Greek statue (marble), 2nd century BC (Musée du Louvre, Paris).

Has anyone noticed that Nike statues are always headless? of Victory! Winged Victory (Nike) of Samothrace, Greek statue (marble), century BC (Musée du Louvre, Paris).

Muse (Terpsichore)    Marble, perhaps Parian, Greek, late 4th to mid 2nd centuries BC.

Muse (Terpsichore) Marble, perhaps Parian, Greek, late to mid centuries BC. Carlos Collection of Ancient Art.

Goddess Artemis Ancient Greek deities / Goddess Diana Roman mythology.

Paganism and Easter - This statue represents the mother goddess figure, known under many names such as Artemis, Diana, and Cybele. This figure becomes Mary in Catholic circles.

Terracotta figure of a woman Period: Classical Date: mid-5th century B.C.

mini-girlz: “ Terracotta Figurine Period: Classical Date: century B. Culture: Greek Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. cm) The sculptural type of a woman wearing a peplos.