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Comentario. El Partenón (447-432), de Ictino, Calícrates y Fidias .       Historia del Partenón . Documental. 7 minutos. Dirección: Costa G...

A reconstruction of the west pediment of the Parthenon showing Athena and Poseidon competing for Athens

Minerva

"Three Goddesses" "Venus" Minerva, Juno, and Venus - Joseph Nollekens Joseph Nollekens English, 1773 - 1776 Marble Jean Paul Getty Museum www.edu/museum Getty Center Los Angeles 1200 Getty Center Drive Los Angeles, CA 90049

Athena Parthenos, by Antiochos, 1c BC, marble, Palazzo Altieri, Roma

The patron goddess of Athens, worshiped as the goddess of wisdom, handicrafts, and warfare. She is often allegorized into a personification of wisdom

Johann Gottfried Schadow: Las princesas Louise y Friederike von Mecklenburg-Strelitz, 1797. Antigua Galería Nacional de Berlín. Adriana Pinto

Johann Gottfried Schadow: Las princesas Louise y Friederike von Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Antigua Galería Nacional de Berlín.

Statue of Athena with "crossed aegis" Pergamon, Athenaheiligtum (found under the Berlin excavations 1880) to 150 v. Chr., Marble, height 1.86 m Her robe is at the waist with a belt together amount haten from snakes. Snakes also line the lower edges of her chest protection (Aegis), which here consists of two intersecting bands ("crossed aegis"). The head was working as a head-set. He has been missing since 1945 in Russia and replaced by a casting. Pergamon Museum, Berlin

Statue of Athena with "crossed aegis" Pergamon, Athenaheiligtum (found under the…

Ares, dio della guerra brutale e litigioso, incapace di dialettica, un giorno, nel mito di Allirozio, se la cavò in un processo. Dove l'ho già sentita?

Ares is the god of war. Any battle of scuffle of that time, he was usually called upon for help to make them victorious. Head of Ares - after Greek original by Alkamenes 420 B.C, at the State Hermitage Museum, Saint-Petersburg

Athena Parthenos - Roman copy of greek original derived from the work by Phidias,  at the Ducal Palace, Mantua

Athena Parthenos - Roman copy of greek original derived from the work by Phidias, at the Ducal Palace, Mantua

Athena

Roman Replica of the Athena Farnese

This statue of Athena is a Roman copy of a Greek original. The elaborate helmet of the Goddess is inspired by the one of Athena Parthenos in the Parthenon.

Beautiful painted statue from Herculaneum.  The paint is faded, and therefore easier on modern eyes, since we are used to seeing classical statues without painted surfaces.

Beautiful painted statue from Herculaneum. The paint is faded, and therefore easier on modern eyes, since we are used to seeing classical statues without painted surfaces. by magistrahf

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