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Telesilla of Argos was a lyric poet of the 5th century BCE, listed by Antipater of Thesalonike (c. 15 BCE) as one of the great Nine Female Lyric Poets of Greece (along with Praxilla, Moiro, Anyte, Sappho, Erinna, Corinna, Nossis, and Myrtis). She was responsible for the metrical innovation of lyric poetry known as the Telesillean Metre. Find out more here: http://www.ancient.eu.com/Telesilla_of_Argos/

Telesilla of Argos was a lyric poet of the 5th century BCE, listed by Antipater of Thesalonike (c. 15 BCE) as one of the great Nine Female Lyric Poets of Greece (along with Praxilla, Moiro, Anyte, Sappho, Erinna, Corinna, Nossis, and Myrtis). She was responsible for the metrical innovation of lyric poetry known as the Telesillean Metre. Find out more here: http://www.ancient.eu.com/Telesilla_of_Argos/

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Athena from Piraeus

Athena from Piraeus

Deusa Grega #Atena - cópia de mármore assinada por Antiochos é do século I A.C., cópia de Phidias do século V original que ficava na Acrópole

Deusa Grega #Atena - cópia de mármore assinada por Antiochos é do século I A.C., cópia de Phidias do século V original que ficava na Acrópole

Athena with a cist (box for sacred utensils), Roman copy of a 4th century BC original (marble) Cephisodotus, (4th century BC) (after) / Louvre, Paris, France / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

Athena with a cist (box for sacred utensils), Roman copy of a 4th century BC original (marble) Cephisodotus, (4th century BC) (after) / Louvre, Paris, France / Giraudon / The Bridgeman Art Library

Atena_farnese,_copia_romana_da_orig._greco_della_cerchia_fidiaca,_forse_Pyrrhos_nel_430_ac_ca.,_6024,_01.JPG (1818×3228)

Atena_farnese,_copia_romana_da_orig._greco_della_cerchia_fidiaca,_forse_Pyrrhos_nel_430_ac_ca.,_6024,_01.JPG (1818×3228)

Minerva: goddess of wisdom, learning, art crafts, battle strategy, and industry. Her symbol was the owl. Minerva was also the Roman name of the Greek goddess Athena-- virgin goddess of music, poetry, medicine, wisdom, commerce, weaving, crafts, magic

Minerva: goddess of wisdom, learning, art crafts, battle strategy, and industry. Her symbol was the owl. Minerva was also the Roman name of the Greek goddess Athena-- virgin goddess of music, poetry, medicine, wisdom, commerce, weaving, crafts, magic

Marble statue of Athena, known as "Athena Mattei" - height 2,3 m, Roman copy 1st c. BC after Greek bronze model of the 4th century BC -  at the Louvre Museum

Marble statue of Athena, known as "Athena Mattei" - height 2,3 m, Roman copy 1st c. BC after Greek bronze model of the 4th century BC - at the Louvre Museum

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