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Uncover the fascinating world of Roman goddesses and their influence on ancient mythology. Explore the stories and symbolism behind these powerful deities.
Most of the 12 major Roman gods identified with their Greek counterparts, they had many similarities and were drawn from Greek iconography, myths and religious practices. The 12 major Romans gods were called the Dii Consentes and their statues stood in the Roman Forum. The Dii Consentes consisted of 6 gods and 6 goddesses. #Ancient History #History #Infographic #History Facts #Gods #Roman #History in Pictures #Facts #Daily Facts #Major Gods #Modern History #Roman Empire Greek And Roman Gods And Goddesses, Roman Gods And Goddesses, Greek Gods And Goddesses, Roman Paganism, Roman God And Goddesses, Greek And Roman Mythology, Roman Deities, Ancient Greek Philosophers, Pagan Religions

Most of the 12 major Roman gods identified with their Greek counterparts, they had many similarities and were drawn from Greek iconography, myths and religious practices. The 12 major Romans gods were called the Dii Consentes and their statues stood in the Roman Forum. The Dii Consentes consisted of 6 gods and 6 goddesses. #Ancient History #History #Infographic #History Facts #Gods #Roman #History in Pictures #Facts #Daily Facts #Major Gods #Modern History #Roman Empire

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Themis | The Demonic Paradise Wiki | Fandom Ancient Greece, Greek Gods And Goddesses, Goddess Of Justice, Greek Mythology Gods, Gods And Goddesses, Greek Goddess, Goddess, Greek Goddess Art, Godess

Themis, also known as Lady Justice, was the Greco-Roman Titan-goddess of divine law, judgement and order. She was one of the daughters of Gaia and Ouranos, and became a consort of Zeus and Lucifer, both of whom she had several children; the first generation of Horae with Zeus and the second generation with Lucifer. She is often depicted carrying a scale and blindfold, showing her true neutrality during judgement, as well as carrying a bronze sword. The personification of abstract concepts is…

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Constance Collier as Pallas Athene by Charles Buchel

This original 1912 oil on board features actress Constance Collier in her role of Pallas Athene in the Beerbohm Tree production of Ulysses. This stylized art nouveau depiction in the Pre-Raphaelite aesthetic was by the well listed artist Charles Buchel and a similiar illustration of the actress by Buchel hangs in the London V & A museum. Buchel was a prolific versatile artist who depicted Edwardian and Victorian actors and actresses in period stage costumes. He designed numerous theatre…

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Rodrigo Oliveira
Discover the regal world of Juno, the Roman Queen of the Gods! This article explores her fascinating life and many symbols, from her powerful role as the goddess of marriage and childbirth to her status as one of the most beloved figures in ancient mythology. Learn about the enduring legacy of this iconic goddess and how she continues to inspire us today. Whether you're a mythology buff or simply curious about the ancient world, this guide is a must-read.

Discover the regal world of Juno, the Roman Queen of the Gods! This article explores her fascinating life and many symbols, from her powerful role as the goddess of marriage and childbirth to her status as one of the most beloved figures in ancient mythology. Learn about the enduring legacy of this iconic goddess and how she continues to inspire us today. Whether you're a mythology buff or simply curious about the ancient world, this guide is a must-read.

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Clementia is the Roman goddess of forgiveness and mercy. She was celebrated as a deification of one of the noble virtues, in this case, Clemency. Her symbols are the branch and a scepter, and she is often seen leaning against a pillar, a column, or a wall. She was invoked regularly by leaders who would ask for her help in allowing them to forgive others and give them the strength to show mercy. Rome, Portrait, Roman, History, Roman Hair, Kunst, Virgin, Vestal Virgin, Roman Mythology

Clementia is the Roman goddess of forgiveness and mercy. She was celebrated as a deification of one of the noble virtues, in this case, Clemency. Her symbols are the branch and a scepter, and she is often seen leaning against a pillar, a column, or a wall. She was invoked regularly by leaders who would ask for her help in allowing them to forgive others and give them the strength to show mercy.

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About this item Lady Fortuna Roman Goddess Of Fortune & Luck Statue Made of high quality, cold cast resin Dimensions: H: 11.5" x W: 5.5" x D: 4" Gift Boxed Fortuna was usually depicted holding in one hand a cornucopia, or a horn of plenty, from which all good things flowed in abundance, representing her ability to bestow prosperity.

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