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Close up of Nile Goddess sculpture at Borde Hill Gardens, Sussex.

I chose Athena because she was one of the goddesses who the Greeks believed helped them defeat the Persians and bring in the classical period in Athens.

Athena wearing a himation, statue known as "Athena Mattei" - from c. AD, Roman copy of c. BC Greek original attributed to Cephisodotos or Euphranor - at the Louvre Museum

a modern reconstruction of the image of the Veiled Goddess Neith / Isis of Sais as described in the works of Plutarch. This bronze, seven and a half foot tall statue is the work of Belgian sculptor Auguste Puttemans, and was a gift from the children, refugees, and soldiers of Belgium in gratitude for Hoover's famine relief efforts on their behalf during the First World War.

I am all that was all that is and all that shall be and no mortal hath lifted My veil. from Plutarch's "Of Isis and Osiris"

Kitchen or harvest alter

Having a kitchen altar can help to keep your energy up while you cook! It could be anything from a favorite scented candle to a statue of a favorite goddess (in this case, Gaia) or a vase of flowers. Great creative and add a little magic to your kitchen!

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"Cycladic Goddess Sculptures Cycladic civilization (also known as Cycladic culture or The Cycladic period) is an Early Bronze Age culture of the Cyclades, Greece, in the Aegean Sea, spanning the period from approximately BCE.

Statuette of a Goddess, c. 2000-1000 BC SculptureSyrian, 2nd millennium BCBronze Age, c. 3000-1200 BCClay, hand modelled with applied features10 x 4cm (315/16 x 19/16 in.) Creation Place: Syria, AsiaHarvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum

Harvard Art Museum- Arthur M Sackler Museum. Venus statuette of a Goddess, c. BC Sculpture Syrian, millennium BC Bronze Age, c. BC Clay, hand modelled with applied features 10 x 4 cm x 1 in.

Goddess Date: ca. 3500–3000 B.C. Culture: Pakistan (Quetta area) Medium: Terracotta

Goddess Date: ca. Culture: Pakistan (Quetta area) Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Sculpture Credit Line: Purchase, David E. Stutzman Gift, 2003 Accession Number: On view in Gallery 234

Терракота из Анатолии, приблизительно 6000-4000 до н.э.

Neolithic Fertility Goddess Origin: Anatolia Circa: to .elbows form eye shape of idoli

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