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The 12 Labours of Hercules (Heracles), Roman relief (marble), sarcophagus, 2nd century AD, (Antalya Müzesi, Antalya). [photo by Dick Osseman]

The 12 Labours of Hercules (Heracles), Roman relief (marble), sarcophagus, 2nd century AD, (Antalya Müzesi, Antalya). [photo by Dick Osseman]

A Roman sarcophagus from 250-260 AD depicting the labors of Hercules in the Archaeological Museum, Konya.

The labours of Hercules (Heracles), Roman relief (marble), century AD, (Archaeological Museum, Konya).

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Roman Prometheus creating man,guided by Athena.Marble relief a sarcophagus.

A fine silver, tortoiseshell, colored stone mounted carved ivory casket Germany, Hanau, late 19th century, by B. Neresheiner & Sohne.

A fine silver, tortoiseshell, colored stone mounted carved ivory casket Germany, Hanau, late 19th century, by B. Neresheiner & Sohne.

Marble relief of a coppersmith's shop - 1st. cent.A.D. from Pompei - Museo Arch. Naz. Napoli

*POMPEII, ITALY ~ Roman civilization, century A. – Pompei – Marble relief – Sign of the coppersmith’s shop Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeological Museum)

Large Casket of Electress Sophia Jamnitzer, Wenceslas (1508-1585) | Design Schmidt, Nicolaus (-1609) | Goldsmith Nuremberg, 1588 Green Vault Inventory number IV 115 Material and Technology Wood core, silver, partly gilt, pearl, velvet, silk, glass, rock crystal, artificial stone country level Mass 50 x 57 x 39 cm

Gold Casket (der Kurfürstin Sophia) by Wenzel Jamnitzer, Goldsmith / Jeweler

Discussion of "The Matronae and Matres: Breathing New Life into an Old Religion" from polytheist.com

Pictures of towns and landscapes of Germany, Rhine and Danube Basins, photo of Bonn, the Matronae Aufidentiae, Gallo-Roman Deities.

Attributes of Sol Invictus - Unconquered Sun - appear clearly on this Gallo-Roman bas-relief

The Roaring Sword of Lugh - Eden Saga - english

The Preatorian guard of Augustus, Roman relief (marble), 1st century AD, (Musée du Louvre, Paris).

The Preatorian guard of Augustus, Roman relief (marble), century AD, (Musée…

In Greek mythology, Hebe is the goddess of youth (Roman equivalent: Juventas). She is the daughter of Zeus and Hera. Hebe was the cupbearer for the gods and goddesses of Mount Olympus, serving their nectar and ambrosia, until she was married to Heracles (Roman equivalent: Hercules); her successor was the young Trojan prince Ganymede. Another title of hers, for this reason, is "Ganymeda." She also drew baths for Ares and helped Hera enter her chariot.

In Greek mythology, Hebe is the goddess of youth (Roman equivalent: Juventas). She is the daughter of Zeus and Hera.

Bronze ornament from a chariot pole, with a depiction of Medusa/a gorgoneion; Imperial, 1st-2nd century AD, Roman,Bronze (The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Bronze ornament from a chariot pole, with a depiction of Medusa/a gorgoneion; Imperial, century AD, Roman,Bronze (The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Sculpture of a Woman. Culture: Greek, Era: Uncertain, Materials: Terracotta

Sculpture of a Woman. Culture: Greek, Era: Uncertain, Materials: Terracotta

Fellow Wahoo archaeologist James Flexner was @ the Royal Ontario Museum & nabbed a pic of a Roman shopkeeper for me.

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Delivering nuts or almonds (?) - the relief is in the Royal Ontario Museum without notes

Creation of the Man" by Prometheus, 4th-c.CE roman sarcophagus. Marble..jpg 1 280 × 572 pixels

Catalogue of the Museo Archeologico di Napoli (inventory MANN)

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

Statue known as "Athena Varvakeion". A copy of "Athena Parthenos" colossal statue by Greek sculptor Phidias. The Roman copy from the c.

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Her Majesty’s Furniture: A Magnificent Jewel Casket, 1750

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