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PortalMitología (@portalmitologia) |Edipo y la esfinge", del pintor neoclásico François Xavier Fabre.

PortalMitología (@portalmitologia) |Edipo y la esfinge", del pintor neoclásico François Xavier Fabre.

Diosa Hera La más grande de todas las diosas olímpicas, Hera era hija mayor de Crono y Rea, y por tanto hermana de Zeus.

Diosa Hera La más grande de todas las diosas olímpicas, Hera era hija mayor de Crono y Rea, y por tanto hermana de Zeus.

Maquetas de antiguas casas griegas.  #Esmadeco.

Maquetas de antiguas casas griegas. #Esmadeco.

UV light shows how the Ancient Greek statues painted their sculptures

UV light reveals how Greek statues really looked

UV light shows how the Ancient Greek statues painted their sculptures

Greek Mythology: Hygeia was the goddess of good health. She was a daughter and attendant of the medicine-god Asklepios, and a companion of the goddess Aphrodite. Her sisters included Panakeia (All-Cure) and Iaso (Remedy).    Hygeia's opposite number were the Nosoi (Spirits of Disease). The Romans named her Salus.    In classical sculpture she was represented as a woman holding a large serpent in her arms. The ancient cults of Hygeia are described on a seperate page.

Greek Mythology: Hygeia was the goddess of good health. She was a daughter and attendant of the medicine-god Asklepios, and a companion of the goddess Aphrodite. Her sisters included Panakeia (All-Cure) and Iaso (Remedy). Hygeia's opposite number were the Nosoi (Spirits of Disease). The Romans named her Salus. In classical sculpture she was represented as a woman holding a large serpent in her arms. The ancient cults of Hygeia are described on a seperate page.

Greek pottery, via Flickr.

Greek pottery, via Flickr.

HISTORY OF GREEK FOOD

HISTORY OF GREEK FOOD

Mitologia,Grecia,Antiguo Arte Griego,Antigua Grecia,Griego Cerámica,Música Griega,Dioses Griegos,Mitología Griega,Historia

Greek Titan Goddess Themis

Greek Titan Goddess Themis

(Detail) Istanbul Archaeological Museum - Gigantomachy (the battle among the Greek gods and the Giants, portrayed here as Tritons). Hellenistic art of the Roman period, 2nd century CE

(Detail) Istanbul Archaeological Museum - Gigantomachy (the battle among the Greek gods and the Giants, portrayed here as Tritons). Hellenistic art of the Roman period, 2nd century CE

Nemesis, Diosa Griega de la venganza, solidaridad, equilibrio, justicia retributiva y fortuna.

Nemesis, Diosa Griega de la venganza, solidaridad, equilibrio, justicia retributiva y fortuna.

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