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Isis-Persephone, with her symbolic ornament on her head (disc and cresent), Roman, A.D. 180-190, found in Gortyn Crete, Heraklion Archaeological Museum, Crete, Summer 2010

Isis-Persephone, with her symbolic ornament on her head (disc and cresent), Roman, A. found in Gortyn Crete,

Scultura etrusca denominata Mater Matuta conservata presso il Museo Archeologico delle Acque di Chianciano Terme

Scultura etrusca denominata Mater Matuta conservata presso il Museo Archeologico delle Acque di Chianciano Terme

Mater Matuta. Tufa. 6th—2nd cent. B.C. Rome, National Etruscan Museum of Villa Julia.

Rome, National Etruscan Museum of Villa Julia

Excavated From Pompeii  --  Fountain of a Child with a Dolphin  --  1st Century  --  Roman  --  Currently on display @ San Nicolo  --  Ravena, Italy

Excavated From Pompeii -- Fountain of a Child with a Dolphin -- Century -- Roman -- Currently on display @ San Nicolo -- Ravena, Italy

Limestone statuette of a male votary  Period:     Archaic Date:     probably mid-6th century B.C. Culture:     Cypriot

Limestone statuette of a male votary Period: Archaic Date: probably century B.

Safo fue una poetisa griega que vivió hace unos 2.600 años en la Isla de Lesbos.  Se calcula su nacimiento entre los años 630 y 612, mientras que su muerte se fecha alrededor del 570. Parece ser que Safo nació en la aldea lesbia de Eresos, aunque más tarde se trasladó a la capital Mitilene. Casi toda su poesía está dedicada a mujeres, y alguna a sus hermanos. En total escribió nueve libros de odas, epitalamios o canciones nupciales, elegías e himnos.

Safo fue una poetisa griega que vivió hace unos 2.600 años en la Isla de Lesbos. Se calcula su nacimiento entre los años 630 y 612, mientras que su muerte se fecha alrededor del 570. Parece ser que Safo nació en la aldea lesbia de Eresos, aunque más tarde se trasladó a la capital Mitilene. Casi toda su poesía está dedicada a mujeres, y alguna a sus hermanos. En total escribió nueve libros de odas, epitalamios o canciones nupciales, elegías e himnos.

Top 100 aristotle quotes photos The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet. ~Aristotle #staymotivatedquotes #aristotle #aristotlequotes #quotes #education See more http://wumann.com/top-100-aristotle-quotes-photos/

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A representation of Phrygia, Roman relief (marble), 2nd century AD, (Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples).

Hadrianic Relief Representing Phrygia ~ Archaeological Museum Naples Possibly from the Hadrianeum

Cult statue of Athena with the face of the type of Carpegna Athena Pink alabaster (draping, aegis), basalt (hair, gorgoneion), Luna marble (gorgoneion, right foot) and plaster (face), late 1st century BC–early 1st century CE From the Piazza dell Emporio by mharrsch, via Flickr

(Cult statue of the Goddess Athena, late I century bc–early I century CE, From the Piazza dell Emporio, Roma; now in the National Museum of Roma)

Friso del Tesoro de los Sifnios. 520-530 a.C. Época arcaica.

Treasury of Siphnos East Frieze representing scenes from the Trojan War.From Left: Aris, Afrodite, Artemis.

6th-4th C. BCE. Etruscan helmeted male, finely incised decoration around his chest, arm bands, and the sweet archaic period smile.

Etruscan helmeted male, finely incised decoration around his chest, arm bands, and the sweet archaic period smile (the Mona Lisa smile)

Mater Matuta. Grey tufa. 6th—2nd cent. BCE. Santa Maria Capua Vetere, Archaeological Museum of ancient Capua

Santa Maria Capua Vetere, Archaeological Museum of ancient Capua

Guerrero de Riace Siglo V a.C. Arte Griego Antiguo , Museo Arqueologico Nacional de Atenas Encontradas en el mar a 10 m de profundidad y 300 m de la costa de Riace

Face of one of the two "Riace Bronzes." or "Riace Warriors." Two bronze statues, about BC, first discovered in Museo Nazionale della Magna Grecia, Reggio Calabria, Italy.

ancient-soul:  ROMAN SCULPTURE 1ST CE Aristotle, philosopher, teacher of Alexander the Great, (384-332 BCE). Roman marble copy of a Greek bronze. Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome, Italy

Aristotle, philosopher, teacher of Alexander the Great, BCE). Roman marble copy of a Greek bronze.

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