Misja K Rasmussen

Misja K Rasmussen

Misja K Rasmussen
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Hermaphrodit Sculpture, Artists Inspiration, Marbles, Women In Suits, Greek Sculpture, Greek God, Art Galleries, Greek Statues, Hermaphrodit God

Hermaphrodit Sculpture, Artists Inspiration, Marbles, Women In Suits, Greek Sculpture, Greek God, Art Galleries, Greek Statues, Hermaphrodit God

Marble Head of Athena  Greek, Hellenistic, ca. 200 B.C.

Marble Head of Athena Greek, Hellenistic, ca. 200 B.C.

// ancient Roman finger ring with a phallus (symbol of fertility and good fortune)

// ancient Roman finger ring with a phallus (symbol of fertility and good fortune)

Gold finger ring engraved with an image of Hermes  Period: Late Classical Date: late 4th century B.C. Culture: Greek, South Italian, Tarentine Medium: Gold Dimensions: Overall: 13/16 x 7/16in. (2 x 1.1cm)

Gold finger ring engraved with an image of Hermes Period: Late Classical Date: late 4th century B.C. Culture: Greek, South Italian, Tarentine Medium: Gold Dimensions: Overall: 13/16 x 7/16in. (2 x 1.1cm)

The Roman statue was discovered by the Herculaneum Conservation Project in the ancient ruins of Herculaneum, a town preserved in the same eruption that buried nearby Pompeii in AD 79. It is thought to represent a wounded Amazon warrior, complete with painted hair and eyes preserved by the ash that buried the town.

The Roman statue was discovered by the Herculaneum Conservation Project in the ancient ruins of Herculaneum, a town preserved in the same eruption that buried nearby Pompeii in AD 79. It is thought to represent a wounded Amazon warrior, complete with painted hair and eyes preserved by the ash that buried the town.

Ring with bust of Faustina II  	  				  			Roman, Imperial Period, 2nd century A.D.

Ring with bust of Faustina II Roman, Imperial Period, 2nd century A.D.

Bronze and glass paste head of Augustus found in Nubia. Now in the British Museum... July 2013

Bronze and glass paste head of Augustus found in Nubia. Now in the British Museum... July 2013

Portrait of Alexander the Great 3rd century B.C.

Portrait of Alexander the Great 3rd century B.C.

Greek Woman - A mysterious veiled woman (Marble, IV sec. B.C.) - The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Greek Woman - A mysterious veiled woman (Marble, IV sec. B.C.) - The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Boreas. Roman bronze, 1st century, CE. Boreas was the purple-winged god of the north wind, one of the four directional Anemoi (wind-gods). He was also the god of winter, who swept down from the cold northern mountains of Thrake, chilling the air with his icy breath. To the north, beyond his mountain home, lay Hyperborea, a land of eternal spring which was never touched by the god's cold wind.

Boreas. Roman bronze, 1st century, CE. Boreas was the purple-winged god of the north wind, one of the four directional Anemoi (wind-gods). He was also the god of winter, who swept down from the cold northern mountains of Thrake, chilling the air with his icy breath. To the north, beyond his mountain home, lay Hyperborea, a land of eternal spring which was never touched by the god's cold wind.