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Persephone and Hades enthroned Locri Italy 5th century BCE

Persephone and Hades enthroned Locri Italy 5th century BCE

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Persephone and Hades enthroned - Locri, Italy - 5th century BCE. By Daderot (

Pinax of Persephone and Hades sitting on the throne - found at Locri in Calabria in Italy, circa 5th c. BCE - at the Museum of Magna Graecia in Calabri

Pinax of Persephone and Hades from Locri | Reggio Calabria, National Museum of Magna Graecia

A 5th century BCE terracotta relief of Hades and Persephone on a throne holding symbols of fertility and wealth. Greek.

Pinax with Persephone and Hades enthroned –terracotta, 5th century BCE from Sanctuary of Persephone

Museo ArcheTerracotta pinax of the goddess Persephone (?) putting a folded towel in a carved box. Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Locri Epizefiri - Locri ...

Pinax depicting Persephone enthroned and Dionysus holding vine, terracotta, Sanctuary of Persephone, Mannella

Persephone and Hades terracotta pinakes from the Sanctuary of Persephone in Contrada Mannella in Locri Calabria

Offering the goddess Persephone, terracotta pinakes from the Sanctuary of Persephone in Contrada Mannella in

Pinax depicting Persephone and Hades seated on a throne terracotta unearthed from the Sanctuary of Persephone

Pinax with Persephone opening the Mystic Basket – terracotta, 5th century BCE, from Sanctuary

Italy Calabria Region Locri Greek Art Magna Graecia Terracotta boards called Pinakes depicting Persephone and Pluto

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Triptolemus received wheat sheaves from Demeter and blessings from Persephone, 5th century B.C. National Archaeological Museum of Athens

Italy Calabria Locri Pinax depicting Persephone and Pluto sitting terracotta

Hades and Persephone in a temple-like building. Detail from the " Underworld

About 420 BC. Demeter and Persephone. Glyptothek.

Here a Locri pinake showing Persephone and Hades enthroned. She has a chicken and stalk of grain, while Hades holds a phiale and a blooming twig (maybe an ...

Persephone opening a cista containing the infant Adonis, on a pinax from Locri

Fragment of a limestone relief with enthroned couple. Culture: Greek, South Italian,

The Greek goddess Persephone from Tarentum 5th cent BC greece - Stock Image

Triptolemus receiving wheat sheaves from Demeter and blessings from Persephone, 5th-century BC relief

Hades and Persephone in their palace in the underworld. Monumental southern Italian Greek vase (

Persephone and Neptune and Amphitrite. Relief. National Roman Museum. Palazzo

Persephone and goddess Hecate (Demeter). Stone relief (5th BCE). Location

Greek civilization 5th century bC Marble basrelief depicting the triad of the Eleusinian mysteries Demeter Triptolemus

Persephone or "the deceased woman" holding a pomegranate. Etruscan terracotta cinerary statue. National archaeological museum in Palermo, Italy

The Eleusinian trio: Persephone, Triptolemus and Demeter on a marble bas-relief from Eleusis, 440–430 BC. National Archaeological Museum of Athens

Terracotta fragment of a votive relief. Culture: Greek, South Italian, Locrian.

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Terracotta statue of Zeus and Ganymede, Olympia Archaeological Museum. Image by Joanbanjo (Own

Hades abducting Persephone. Third quarter of the 2nd century AD.

Persephone, Altes Museum, Berlin

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Demeter drives her horse-drawn chariot containing her daughter Persephone at Selinunte, Sicily 6th century BC

Pinax depicting Persephone and Hades enthroned

Hades

Persephone, taken by Hades to the Underworld, is so hungry that she allows herself

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Terracotta relief (pinax) depicting furniture and objects for worship of goddess Persephone, found

Hades, Hierapolis

Rape of Persephone. Hades with his horses and Persephone (down). An Apulian red-figure volute krater, c. 340 BC. Antikensammlung Berlin

Head of Persephone. Earthenware. From Sicily, Centuripae, c. 420 BC. The Burrell Collection, Glasgow, UK

Lady of Auxerre Louvre-An Archaic (640 BC) image from Crete. A version of a Minoan goddess who may be identified with Kore

Goddess statue terracotta Sanctuary of Persephone Mannella district Locri Calabria Italy Greek civilisation 5th century BC

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Enthroned Deity enthroned goddess from Tarentum 460 BC Sculpture -- Greece -- 5th century

Two Terracotta busts Greek Sicilian 4th Century BC Persephone or Demeter as Goddess - Stock Image

Illustration of Persephone and Hades in the Underworld. Origin unknown. - Stock Image

Stock Photo: Terracotta relief depicting a harp player. Babylonian civilisation, 2nd Millennium BC

Bust of Persephone

The Author with Persephone, Berlin

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Hades abducting Persephone. Third quarter of the 2nd century AD.

Terracotta plaque showing Persephone seated at My Favourite Planet

Figure 10: Aphrodite and Hermes in a chariot. Pinax type 10/2.

Stock Photo - Terracotta tablet with relief depicting a knight in the act of making an offer. Roman Civilisation, 1st century. Selcuk, Archaeological Museum

Statues of Demeter and Persephone from the Parthenon at My Favourite Planet

Limestone relief of two female figures, possibly Demeter and Persephone at My Favourite Planet

Cinerary urn with a relief of Demeter, Persephone and Iacchos at My Favourite Planet

Persephone and Hades: tondo of an Attic red-figured kylix, ca. 440

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Demeter and Persephone

Fragment of a terracotta relief of a woman and child. Culture: Greek, South

Persephone emerging from the earth at My Favourite Planet

The return of Persephone, by Frederic Leighton (1891)

Amphora Hades Louvre G209 n2; Marie-Lan Nguyen / Wikimedia Commons

A mosaic of the Kasta Tomb in Amphipolis depicting the abduction of Persephone by Pluto, 4th century BC

Over-lifesize marble statue of Persephone from Corinth at My Favourite Planet

Terracotta bust of Demeter or Persephone from Taranto at My Favourite Planet

Fresco from Tiryns, 1200 BC. National Archaeological Museum of Athens.

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Seated goddess, probably Persephone on her throne in the underworld, Severe style ca 480–60, found at Tarentum, Magna Graecia (Pergamon Museum, Berlin)

Red figure volute krater with scene of the Underworld, follower of the Baltimore Painter, Hermitage

Pluto-proserpine. Pluto-proserpine. Hades abduction of Persephone

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Oil painting of Hades abducting Persephone. 18th Century. Oil on wood with gilt background

Photo/Statue of Enthroned Zeus

Photo/Statue of Enthroned Hades from Hierapolis

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Demeter, Persephone and Artemis

0271073 Granger - Historical Picture ArchiveARCHAEOLOGY. Pinax depicting Persephone and Pluto receiving other gods bearing .

"The Goddess of Tarentum", a marble statue of an enthroned goddess, perhaps a cult statue of Persephone as the queen of the Underworld.

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Figure 8: Aphrodite and Hermes as Cult Statues. Pinax type 3/6.

Terracotta figurines dedicated to Demeter and Persephone from Gela, Sicily at My Favourite Planet

"The Goddess of Tarentum", a marble statue of an enthroned goddess, perhaps a cult statue of Persephone as the queen of the Underworld.

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When we say “Ancient Greece” generally we are speaking of information we have left of i) Athens, ii) V century BC, iii) high classes.

A votive plaque known as the Ninnion Tablet depicting elements of the Eleusinian Mysteries, discovered in the sanctuary at Eleusis (mid-4th century BC)

Hades abducting Persephone, fresco in the small Macedonian royal tomb at Vergina, Macedonia,

Votive relief , a terracotta fragment showing Hades capturing the goddess. South Italian, Locrian, 470-60 BCE. NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art. ...

Demeter of Cnidus

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Necropolis - The gatepost at the entrance to the Western Necropolis in Glasgow

... Marble statuette of Persephone wearing a high polos and holding a pomegranate flower at My Favourite

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Terracotta arula with a fight between two wild beasts. Greek civilisation, 5th-4th century BC. Syracuse, Galleria Regionale Di Palazzo Bellomo (Pictu.