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The colossal 39Athena Parthenos39 statue by the sculptor Pheidias

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An ancient Greek statue of Athena Parthenos (Phidias); the goddess of arts and warcraft is depicted with her symbolic attributes: a shield, a helmet and a ...

Athena Varvakeion, small Roman replica of the Athena Parthenos by Phidias. Found in Athens

ancientpeoples: “ Statue of Athena Parthenos (the Virgin Goddess) Roman, Imperial Period, or century A. Roman-period replica of the cult statue that once ...

Athena Parthenos, By Phidias, in the Parthenon, Acropolis, Athens

sculpture of Athena Parthenos, so called "Athena Varvakeion" orginal marble by Phidias, circa 450-430 BCE, from Temple of Athens, Attica

The "Varvakeion" Athena. Copy from CE of the original from 438 BCE.

Athena (so-called “Athena Farnese”). Roman copy of a Greek original ca. 430 BCE (circle of Phidias).

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Varvakion Athena. Imperial Roman marble miniature copy, 2nd c. AD, of the colossal chryselephantine Athena Parthenos, ca. 432 BC, by Pheidias.

Athena Parthenos, the largest free-standing interior statue in the Western world, is located in The Parthenon at Centennial Park.

Athena | The serpent wisdom is also implied in depictions of Athena, the Greek goddess

Athena Parthenos, 170 BCE Marble, Pergamon Musem, MET Exhibit.

Athena Parthenos - Roman copy of greek original derived from the work by Phidias, at the Ducal Palace, Mantua

Phidias, Varvakeion Athena (reduced-scale Roman marble copy after the colossal chryselephantine Athena

Atenea Partenos (Atenea Virgen) era una imponente escultura crisoelefantina (de oro y marfil

National Archeological Museum of Athens Head of Athena - found around Pnyx, copy of a orginal work by scuptor Phidias

Reconstruction of Phidias' Athena Lemnia.

Athena Parthenos moved to new digs in New York

Pallas Athena statue, detail with Winged Goddess - at the Parliament Building in Vienna

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Statue of Apollo outside the National Academy of Athens Grecce

Minerva (Athena) ("Parthenos") - detail, Roman statue (marble), copy after Greek original by Phidias, (original c.

marble statue of Athena: small Roman copy of Pheidias's Athena Parthenos from 5th century BCE

Athena Parthenos is 41 feet, 10 inches tall. There are about 12 inches between the top of her helmet and the ceiling beams. Her weight is estimated at 12 ...

Quiz Result: Who's your patron God/Goddess I'm Athena take the quiz guys!!!

Athena - Marble Greek copy signed "Antiokhos", a 1st-century BC variant

Naples, National Archaeological Museum Athena (so-called “Athena Farnese”). Roman copy of a Greek original ca. 430 BCE (circle of Phidias).

Athena- goddess of wisdom and battle strategy. Was born from Zeus's head that was split in half. Minerva is the Roman version of Athena.

ancientpeoples: “ Statue of Athena Parthenos (the Virgin Goddess) Roman, Imperial Period, or century A. Roman-period replica of the cult statue that once ...

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Roman marcle copy, possible of the shield device of the gold and ivory

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Head of Athena, so called "Athena Lemnia" orginal work of Greek by Phidias. Roman SculptureAncient ...

Tiberius. Adoptionstypus. Kopenhagen.

Colossal Roman (Augustan) Statue of Minerva,Augustan Period, ca. 27 BC - AD 14.Face and the neck, now lost, have been substituted by a plastercast of the ...

(Athena Parthenos, surnamed “Minerve au collier”, collection Borghese, now in the Louvre Museum…)

terrace-of-the-muses: Digital reconstruction of how the Phidias Athena Parthenos might have looked like.

Minerva (Athena) Head of a colossal Roman statue, copy after Greek original by Phidias, century CE -- Musei Vaticani, Vatican City.

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Minerva ~ Athena Roman marble copy of Greek original, century AD original c BC

Statue of Clio by Hugo Kaufmann, 1904 or earlier.

Athena Parthenos (Athena, the Maiden Goddess) Roman (Attica), Antonine or Severan period, about A. Marble from Mt. Pentelikon near Athens

Athena Varvakeion, small Roman replica of the Athena Parthenos by Phidias. Found in Athens near the Varvakeion school, hence the name.

This is an illustration of the Athena Parthenos, the most famous statue of Athena to

So-called "Peplos Scene" from the Parthenon frieze (panels E31-35

that called "Athena Farnese" - statue of Athena is a Roman copy of a Greek original of the late century BCE, Goddess is inspired by the one of Athena ...

sculpture of Athena Parthenos, so called "Athena Varvakeion" orginal marble by Phidias, circa BCE, from Temple of Athens, Attica

Athena Statue The only piece of sculpture from the Parthenon known to be from the hand

I want to see her so bad! beautiful statues telling stories on the bottom, on her shield and all around her. The greeks were amazing artists

Statuette of Athena - from Seleucia in Syrian tetrapolis - at the Neues Museum, Berlin

Parthenon Phidias: Athena Parthenos #vintagemaya #coloured marble #imperial family #Ara Pacis

Vienna parlament parliament statue, the Athena fountain sited at the entrance to Vienna's Parlament building

... the sculptures to England for safekeeping; 39.

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Cluny Museum, Paris Ivory statue of the Virgin and Child.

statue known as "Athena Promachos" - Athena who fights in the front line,

Tetradrachm of Athens, 126-125 BC, showing the head of the Athena Parthenos by Phidias

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Aegis - The aegis on the Lemnian Athena of Phidias, represented by a cast at

Bronze statue of Thomas Jefferson from his memorial in Washington, DC compared with Athena's imitation gold and ivory idol-image in Nashville, Tennessee, ...

(Parthenos means Virgin). This statue reproduces, with a slight variation in posture, the celebrated Athena Parthenos by Phidias in the Parthenon.

National Archaeological Museum, Athens - The Antikythera Ephebe

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These sculptures were reacting to the birth of Athena from the head of Zeus which would have been to the right.

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ATHENA PARTHENOS SHIELD

Marble Athena goddess bust. National Archaeological Museum of Athens (built between 1866 and 1889

GIGANTOMACHY; 46.

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greek-museums: “ Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki: “ Bronze medallion with Athena, possibly from a workshop of Delos. Decorative accessory from a ...

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My favorite -- Aphrodite's reaction to the birth of Athena.

The Mosocophoros, Kriophoros and Early Christian Art

This quarter I have been peppering my lectures with some discussion about women in the visual arts, following some of the ideas that Christine Havice ...

Each reaction is carefully shown in the position of body.

Myron. Diskobols.

Contrapposto - Image: Doryphoros MAN Napoli Inv 6011 2

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Parthenon Frieze

Athena - Mattei Athena at Louvre. Roman copy from the 1st century BC/AD

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... Terracotta Fidia's Atenia Lemnia head - Bogna Museum ...

British Museum, South Metope IV: "The heads of these figures were taken by Capt. Hartmann, a member of the Venetian army that occupied Athens in 1688.

Contrapposto - Etruscan statuette, from Italy, 3rd to 1st century BCE, bronze

This is a photo of the Grave Stele of Hegeso, which depicts two women in

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Praxiteles - Hermes bearing the infant Dionysus, by Praxiteles, Archaeological Museum of Olympia

Parthenon Galleries, British Museum: A selection of friezes and sculptures from the Temple to Athena ~ ARCAblog

French ivory Virgin and Child, end of 13th century, 25 cm high, curving to fit the shape of the ivory tusk