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Classical mythology

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Classical mythology. Get inspired and try out new things.
Major Greek and Roman Deities. Notice Roman gods are named after the planets

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Simon Kuestenmacher on Twitter: "Amazing series of symbol visualises Greek mythology. I just finished @stephenfry's amazing book Mythos and could remember more characters than expected. Icon source: https://t.co/xd2ZbgqUca The book: https://t.co/svtMJRmEiF #Greece #mythology #history #booklovers https://t.co/opZxytQDCU" / Twitter

“Amazing series of symbol visualises Greek mythology. I just finished @stephenfry's amazing book Mythos and could remember more characters than expected. Icon source: https://t.co/xd2ZbgqUca The book: https://t.co/svtMJRmEiF #Greece #mythology #history #booklovers”

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Pallas Athena was a part of a long western tradition of representing Wisdom as a divine female.

There is a perception that Christianity lacks female characters that are venerated at the same level as Jesus or God the Father. But if you look a little deeper into Christian tradition, you might …

Ártemis ➵ greek mythology ➵ Diana ➵ roman mythology ➵ godness of wild animals, the hunt, and vegetation and of chastity and childbirth ➵ wallpaper ➵ lockscreen

Ártemis ➵ greek mythology ➵ Diana ➵ roman mythology ➵ godness of wild animals, the hunt, and vegetation and of chastity and childbirth ➵ wallpaper ➵ lockscreen

Detail from "The fall of Icarus" (1819) by Merry-Joseph Blondel (1781-1853) that decorates the ceiling of the Rotonde d’Apollon in the Louvre.

“Detail from "The fall of Icarus" (1819) by Merry-Joseph Blondel (1781-1853) that decorates the ceiling of the Rotonde d’Apollon in the Louvre.”