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  1. Adonis
    The beautiful youth, and beloved of Aphrodite. [Illustration; 12kb]
  2. Adrasteia
    An epithet of Rhea Cybele, equated with Nemesis. [Illustration; 13kb]
  3. Amazons
    The legendary female warriors. [Illustration; 48kb]
  4. Amazons
    Legendary female warriors from Greek mythology. [Illustration; 21kb]
  5. Amazons
    Legendary female warriors from Greek mythology. [Illustration; 6kb]
  6. Andromeda
    The daughter of Cepheus and Cassiopeia, king and queen of Ethiopia. [Illustration; 34kb]
  7. Antiope
    Daughter of either king Nycteus or the river-god Asopus. [Illustration; 48kb]
  8. Apollo
    The god of music, medicine, hunting, and prophecy. [Illustration; 15kb]
  9. Apollo
    The head of Apollo. [Relief; 15kb]
  10. Apollo
    The god of music, medicine, hunting, and prophecy. [Illustration; 34kb]
  11. Arachne
    The famous weaver who was turned into a spider. [Illustration; 7kb]
  12. Arcadia
    A district of the Peloponnes. [Painting; 41kb]
  13. Ares
    The god of war. [Illustration; 19kb]
  14. Artemis
    The goddess of the hunt. [Illustration; 12kb]
  15. Artemis
    The goddess of the hunt. [Statuette; 13kb]
  16. Asclepius
    The god of medicine and healing. [Illustration; 18kb]
  17. Astraeus
    The god of the four winds. [Illustration; 16kb]
  18. Athena
    The goddess of wisdom, war, the arts, industry, justice and skill. [Illustration; 30kb]
  19. Athena
    Athena's owl. [Tile; 69kb]
  20. Atlas
    Atlas bearing the heavens upon his shoulders. [Photograph; 20kb]
  21. Atlas
    The Titan who bears the world upon his shoulders. [Illustration; 12kb]
  22. Boreas
    The god of the North Wind. [Illustration; 10kb]
  23. Brauron
    A statue representing a small girl, a so called "bear" (arktoi) (Medvedicka) [Statue; 19kb]
  24. Britomartis
    The temple of Aphaia (a later name of Britomartis) on the island of Aegina, near Athens. [Temple; 25kb]
  25. Caduceus
    The caduceus of Hermes, symbol of the medical profession. [Illustration; 1kb]
  26. Calliope
    The Muse of eloquence and epic or heroic poetry. [Illustration; 24kb]
  27. Cecrops
    A legendary Greek ancestor. [Illustration; 22kb]
  28. Centaurs
    Mythical creatures part man, part horse. [Illustration; 17kb]
  29. Centaurs
    Mythical creatures part man, part horse. [Illustration; 2kb]
  30. Cephalus
    In Greek mythology, the son of Hermes and Herse. [Illustration; 10kb]
  31. Charites
    The personifications of charm and beauty in nature and in human life. [Illustration; 22kb]
  32. Chimera
    A mythical monster. [Illustration; 2kb]
  33. Chiron
    A Centaur, tutor of many Greek heroes. [Illustration; 24kb]
  34. Clio
    The Muse of history. [Illustration; 25kb]
  35. Cronus
    A Titan, ruler of the world until he was dethroned by Zeus. [Illustration; 31kb]
  36. Cybele
    A fertility goddess of Phrygian origin. [Illustration; 32kb]
  37. Demeter
    The Greek earth goddess. [Illustration; 27kb]
  38. Demeter
    The Greek earth goddess. [Carving; 15kb]
  39. Demeter
    The Greek earth goddess. [Statuette; 10kb]
  40. Despoina
    A reconstruction of the altar of Despoina and Demeter in Lykosoura. [Fresco; 36kb]
  41. Dionysus
    The god of wine, agriculture, and fertility of nature. [Illustration; 60kb]
  42. Dionysus
    The god of wine, agriculture, and fertility of nature. [Illustration; 87kb]
  43. Dionysus
    The Greek god of wine. [Statuette; 10kb]
  44. Dove Goddess
    The Minoan Dove Goddess from Crete. [Figurines; 20kb]
  45. Eleusis
    Eleusis is the place, where the cult of the goddess Demeter existed many centuries and where the most famous religious festival, called the Eleusinian mysteries were performed in the honour of this deity. [Vase; 41kb]
  46. Erato
    The Muse of lyric poetry. [Illustration; 22kb]
  47. Erinyes
    The avengers of wrong. [Painting; 67kb]
  48. Eurus
    The Greek god of the East Wind. [Illustration; 11kb]
  49. Euterpe
    The Muse of flute playing. [Illustration; 16kb]
  50. Ganymede
    The cupbearer of the gods. [Illustration; 23kb]
  51. Ganymede
    The cupbearer of the gods. [Illustration; 20kb]
  52. Ganymede
    The abduction of Ganymede. [Illustration; 20kb]
  53. Hades
    The god of the underworld. [Illustration; 36kb]
  54. Hades
    The god of the underworld abducting Persephone. [Illustration; 11kb]
  55. Harpies
    Winged monsters who carry off people. [Illustration; 15kb]
  56. Harpies
    Winged monsters from Greek mythology. [Illustration; 15kb]
  57. Hecate
    The Greek goddess of the crossroads. [Statuette; 9kb]
  58. Hecate
    The triple hecate; the goddess of the crossroads. [Illustration; 25kb]
  59. Heliades
    The daughter of the sun-god Helios who changed into poplar trees. [Engraving; 57kb]
  60. Hephaestus
    The god of smiths and fire. [Illustration; 12kb]
  61. Hermes
    The god of riches, trade and good fortune, messenger of the gods. [Statuette; 6kb]
  62. Hermes
    The Greek god of riches, trade and good fortune. [Illustration; 43kb]
  63. Hygieia
    Hygieia, one of the daughters of Asklepios (Asclepius) and granddaughter of Apollo, played an important role in the cult of Asklepios as a giver of health. [Relief; 15kb]
  64. Iris
    The personified goddess of the rainbow. [Illustration; 6kb]
  65. Leda
    Leda and the swan. [Painting; 40kb]
  66. Leto
    The mother of Apollo and Artemis. [Illustration; 12kb]
  67. Medusa
    One of the horrible Gorgons. [Statuette; 9kb]
  68. Melpomene
    The Muse of tragedy. [Illustration; 23kb]
  69. Muses
    The goddesses of music, poetry, the arts, and science. [Illustration; 41kb]
  70. Naiads
    The nymphs of bodies of fresh water. [Illustration; 32kb]
  71. Naiads
    The nymphs of bodies of fresh water. [Carving; 34kb]
  72. Nemesis
    The goddess of divine justice and vengeance. [Illustration; 20kb]
  73. Nike
    The goddess of victory. [Statue; 26kb]
  74. Notus
    The god of the south wind. [Illustration; 15kb]
  75. Nymphs
    The spirits of nature. [Painting; 86kb]
  76. Nymphs
    The spirits of nature. [Illustration; 16kb]
  77. Olympians
    The Olympians; the chief deities of the Greek pantheon. [Illustration; 68kb]
  78. Pandora
    Pandora opened the jar that contained all the evils in the world. [Painting; 24kb]
  79. Pegasus
    The legendary winged horse. [Illustration; 21kb]
  80. Pegasus
    The famous winged horse. [Illustration; 30kb]
  81. Persephone
    The goddess of the underworld. [Painting; 33kb]
  82. Persephone
    The goddess of the underworld. [Illustration; 17kb]
  83. Phaeton
    Phaeton guiding his father's sun-chariot across the sky. [Illustration; 27kb]
  84. Phaeton
    Phaeton falling from the sky. [Illustration; 34kb]
  85. Phaeton
    Phaeton guiding his father's sun-chariot across the sky. [Illustration; 8kb]
  86. Philemon
    A pious, elderly Phrygian who, despite his poverty, offered hospitality to Zeus and Hermes. [Engraving; 57kb]
  87. Phoenix
    The mythical bird who is reborn from the fire. [Illustration; 6kb]
  88. Polyhymnia
    The Muse of the sacred hymn, eloquence and dance. [Illustration; 19kb]
  89. Poppy Goddess
    A Cretan goddess associated with the poppy seed, fecundity and perhaps sleep and death. [Statue; 19kb]
  90. Poseidon
    The god of the sea. [Statuette; 38kb]
  91. Poseidon
    Poseidon and Athena. [Illustration; 27kb]
  92. Poseidon
    Poseidon with a trident. [Illustration; 16kb]
  93. Potnia
    A fresco representing the Mycenean goddess Potnia. [Fresco; 30kb]
  94. Prometheus
    Who stole fire from the gods and gave it to mankind. [Painting; 13kb]
  95. Pygmalion
    The legendary sculptor. [Painting; 23kb]
  96. Satyrs
    Woods and mountain deities. [Illustration; 39kb]
  97. Silenus
    A wood deity, companion and teacher of Dionysus. [Illustration; 21kb]
  98. Sirens
    Women who lured mariners to their destruction with their song. [Illustration; 47kb]
  99. Sphinx
    A creature with the body of a lion and a human head. [Statue; 19kb]
  100. Terpsichore
    The Muse of dance. [Illustration; 21kb]
  101. Thalia
    The Muse of comedy and light poetry. [Illustration; 21kb]
  102. Thetis
    One of the Nereids, wife of Poseidon. [Illustration; 13kb]
  103. Titans
    Zeus in battle with the Titans. [Illustration; 28kb]
  104. Triton
    The fish-man of Greek myth. [Illustration; 24kb]
  105. Triton
    The fish-man of Greek myth. [Illustration; 10kb]
  106. Zephyrus
    The god of the west wind. [Illustration; 15kb]
  107. Zeus
    The bust of Zeus. [Illustration; 45kb]
  108. Zeus
    The palace of Zeus on Mount Olympus. [Engraving; 23kb]

Number of images in this area: 108.


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