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Terracotta bust of Proserpina from the so-called votive stipe of San Salvatore di Lucera, 3rd Century, terracotta

Terracotta bust of Proserpina from the so-called votive stipe of San Salvatore di Lucera, Century, terracotta

Woman Standing with Pomegranate, possibly the Goddess Persephone from Cyprus, 480-470 BC (terracotta and pigment). Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, UK / The Bridgeman Art Library

Cypriotic: BC: Woman Standing with Pomegranate, possibly the Goddess Persephone - terracotta and pigment from Cyprus, BC - at the Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, UK

Terracotta model of 2 female figures, perhaps goddesses Demeter and Persephone, seated in a cart, Corinthian, Thebes?, c600 BC

Terracotta model of 2 female figures, perhaps goddesses Demeter and Persephone…

Archaic Greek Terracotta Persephone

An archaic ancient Greek terracotta head of the goddess Persephone. The goddess wears a broad polos with ringlets of hair below, her lips pursed in an 'Archaic smile.

Archaic Greek Terracotta Persephone

An archaic ancient Greek terracotta protome of the goddess Persephone. The goddess wears a veil, her lips pursed in an 'Archaic smile.

Terracotta group representing the Goddesses Demeter and Persephone -  from Melos, circa 4th c. BC - at the British Museum

Demeter and Persephone are the ones who control the seasons. Persephone is also the wife of Hades.Terracotta group representing the Goddesses Demeter and Persephone - from Melos, circa c. BC - at the British Museum

Head of Demeter or Kore | Greek, from Sicily 350-300 B.C. Terracotta Demeter is the goddess of agriculture and the mother of Kore, also known as Persephone, goddess of the Underworld. Their worship was widespread in Sicily, whose fertile fields supplied grain to the entirety of the Greek world, during this time.

Head of Demeter or Kore | Greek, from Sicily 350-300 B.C. Terracotta Demeter is the goddess of agriculture and the mother of Kore, also known as Persephone, goddess of the Underworld. Their worship was widespread in Sicily, whose fertile fields supplied grain to the entirety of the Greek world, during this time.

Demeter standing with Persephone sitting on her left. Antiquities from the Erlenmeyer Collection, Sotheby's, London

Demeter standing with Persephone sitting on Her left shoulder and clasping Her daughter’s arm, and wearing a chiton with double overfold, and himation -at Sotheby’s, London

Persephone with spiraliform diadem - Canosan terracotta, circa 300–250 BC - at the Boston Museum

Persephone with spiraliform diadem - Canosan terracotta, circa BC - at the Boston Museum

Swing chair

Contemporary Porch with Screened porch, Nedmac outdoor ceiling fan, Box frame coffee table, Porch swing, Outdoor curtains

Terracotta relief (pinax) depicting furniture and objects for worship of goddess Persephone, found in Temple of Persephone, 470-450 BC, Locri, Calabria, Italy, Magno-Grecian civilization, 5th century BC

Terracotta relief (pinax) depicting furniture and objects for worship of goddess Persephone, found in Temple of Persephone, 470-450 BC, Locri, Calabria, Italy, Magno-Grecian civilization, 5th century BC

Archaic Greek Terracotta Persephone

An archaic ancient Greek terracotta head of the goddess Persephone. The goddess wears a polos with braids of hair below, her lips pursed in an 'Archaic smile.

Seated women, painted terracotta mold statuette Elegantly dressed seated ladies(perhaps Demeter with her daughter Persephone) conversing intimately (plain background).

3 Myths Featuring Hades, the God of the Underworld: Fragment of terracotta relief depicting Hades abducting Persephone South Italian (from Locri); Greek, 470-460 B.C. New York; Metropolitan Museum.

All About Hades, Greek God of the Underworld

3 Myths Featuring Hades, the God of the Underworld: Fragment of terracotta relief depicting Hades abducting Persephone South Italian (from Locri); Greek, B. New York;

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