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Statue Of A Vestal Maxima, Greek Marble (Image 2639) Location: Italy: Rome.

Statue Of A Vestal Maxima, Greek Marble (Image Location: Italy: Rome.

Statue of Vestal Virgin -- Hestia, Goddess of Meditative Wisdom in Mature Women

Hestia, Goddess of Meditative Wisdom in Mature Women

In ancient Roman religion, the Vestals or Vestal Virgins (Vestales, singular Vestalis), were priestesses of Vesta, goddess of the hearth. ~ Roman depiction of the Virgo Vestalis Maxima

Emperor Tiberius as Jupiter, (colossal) Roman statue (marble), 1st century AD, (Musei Vaticani, Vatican City).

Emperor Tiberius as Jupiter, (colossal) Roman statue (marble), century AD, (Musei Vaticani, Vatican City). Son of Livia Drusilla

Antinous Mondragone. c.130 AD. Roman. marble. Louvre Museum.

FCBTC / Antinous Mondragone, circa 130 AD (creation) // Antinous Mondragone from the Mondragone villa in Frascati (Italy) owned by the Borghese family.

Etruscan priestess wearing a torq, bronze  votive statue  200-100 BCE

Peace and prosperity reigned during these times and feminine based values of collaboration, co-creation, connection to the natural world and to each other. Art: Etruscan priestess wearing a torq, bronze votive statue BCE

'Sketch' John William Waterhouse

John William Waterhouse: Study for The Lady Clare - 1900 Red chalk Private Collection

Pportrait of a Roman lady, probably a priestess wearing tunic and stola. Above the forehead a hole, probably for a crown or diadem. Base after the antique. Middle Antonine Period, about 160 - 180 A.D

Pportrait of a Roman lady, probably a priestess wearing tunic and stola. Above the forehead a hole, probably for a crown or diadem. Middle Antonine Period, about 160 - 180 A.

Statue of the priestess Eumachia (Tiberian age) - from Pompeii - Naples Archaeological Museum.

*POMPEII, ITALY ~ Statue of the priestess Eumachia (Tiberian age) - from Pompeii - Naples Archaeological Museum.

ca. 330 BCE. The Delphic Omphalos, (literal meaning 'navel') referring to the renown Oracle as the center of the earth.  Pythia the oracular priestess at Delphi was known as the Delphic Bee.  A carved stone in the form of a wicker bee-skep. Delphi Archaeological Museum, Gre...

The Delphic Omphalos, c. 330 BCE, literally meaning ‘navel’, it is the renowned…

Dionysos, Pan and a satyr; Roman Bronze figurines statue - circa 2nd-3rd AD, from Szomodor in Hungary, metal fitting of a chariot - at the National Museum, Budapest

Dionysos, Pan and a satyr; Roman Bronze figurines statue - circa AD, from Szomodor in Hungary, metal fitting of a chariot - at the National Museum, Budapest

Portrait Bust of a Roman Woman with hair styled after the Empress Faustina 140-150 CE Marble    Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Bust of a young woman, possibly a priestess judging from her diadem and hairstyle, late Roman era Reinette: Ancient Roman Hairstyles and Headdresses from the Severan to the Theodosian Dynasty

Hip hip hooray, it's Friday, and it hasn't come soon enough. It's been a long and slightly stressy week. I started out tired for no reason a...

Hip hip hooray, it's Friday, and it hasn't come soon enough. It's been a long and slightly stressy week. I started out tired for no reason a.

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