Classic Greek Artemis Portmia Theron:  Wings, Protector/ Controller of flanking Wild Beasts
Artemis/Diana the Hunter:  holding torches, chasing deer w/ dog
Artemis  ( detail of slide 106 ) :  holding torch and bow, watching Actaeon metamorphosize into deer and get eaten by dogs
Protector Artemis:  wings, bow & arrow, petting/protecting baby animal
Romans praying/burning incense to Artemis/Diana before hunting boar
Artemis punishing Actaeon
Artemis Punishing Actaeon  (see slide 102 above) :  notice figure on far left, supposed to represent rabies/madness of the...
Family bringing young girl to dedicate as a “bear” to Artemis at Brauron  (note sacrificial ox, and tools of sacrifice hid...
Statue of a “bear” at Brauron, carrying a rabbit-sacrifice to Artemis
Fragment showing bear(?)-headed priestess of Artemis at Brauron
Artemis at Ephesus  (Asia Minor) :  Many breasts/eggs/testicle necklace= fertility goddess
Tholos at Epidaurus Complex (honoring Asklepius the healer):  round building w/ maze in basement where patients locked-up ...
Statue of Asklepius (Aesculapius):  note attributes of scepter w/ snake, Jesus face/beard
Patients bringing offering?/prayer to Asklepius in bearded-snake form  (probably at Epidaurus)
Asklepius seated on snake-throne at Epidaurus, receiving patients?
Asklepius as baby:  (L  R) Nurse, Asklepius, tripod on pedestal (indicates father Apollo at Delphi), and mother Coronis h...
Hephaestus thrown from Olympus at birth:  Zeus and Hera on top, Hephaestus falling (clutching hammer), nymph representing ...
Birth of Erichthonius (1 st  Athenian):  (L  R) Hephaestus (father) holding tongs, Gaea rising w/ crown & offering baby E...
Hephaestus returning to Mt. Olympus:  (L  R) Dionysus holding wine, Hephaestus w/ club foot (& very drunk) on donkey, nym...
Hephaestus again (drunk) on Donkey w/ tools, following Dionysus (holding wine cup) on way back to Mt. Olympus
Hephaestus crafting Achilles’ second set of armor and giving it to the hero’s mother Thetis
Aphrodite Anadyomene  (rising from sea-shell)
Aphrodite Anadyomene  (rising from sea-birth, drying hair)
Aphrodite (at) Cnidus:  naked next to water jar
Venus de Milo:  Most famous Aphrodite statue (probably an example of  Aphrodite Landolini)
(L  R) Aphrodite, Eros/Cupid, Pan  (looking for some, being denied): probably relating to lost myth of Cupid’s mischief, ...
Judgment of Paris:  (L  R) Hera (holding cow, probably), Athena (holding helmet and spear), Aphrodite (holding Eros/Cupid...
Common Funeral Vase Decoration of Demeter (Ceres):  holding grain, pouring libation onto altar
(L  R) Demeter and Persephone:  Ceres seated, holding grain, Proserpina holding torch
Persephone w/ Torch attribute
Hades Abducting Persephone:  From the wall of a tomb next to that of Philip II of Macedon (father of Alexander the Great),...
Demeter in Mourning over loss of Persephone:  from another wall of the tomb in  slide 131
Hades abducting Persephone  (note dropped torch on right, her attribute)
(L  R) Hermes, Persephone, Hades:  note the abduction has been changed into a seduction/wedding (Proserpina’s bridal veil...
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  1. 1. Classic Greek Artemis Portmia Theron: Wings, Protector/ Controller of flanking Wild Beasts
  2. 2. Artemis/Diana the Hunter: holding torches, chasing deer w/ dog
  3. 3. Artemis ( detail of slide 106 ) : holding torch and bow, watching Actaeon metamorphosize into deer and get eaten by dogs
  4. 4. Protector Artemis: wings, bow & arrow, petting/protecting baby animal
  5. 5. Romans praying/burning incense to Artemis/Diana before hunting boar
  6. 6. Artemis punishing Actaeon
  7. 7. Artemis Punishing Actaeon (see slide 102 above) : notice figure on far left, supposed to represent rabies/madness of the dogs
  8. 8. Family bringing young girl to dedicate as a “bear” to Artemis at Brauron (note sacrificial ox, and tools of sacrifice hidden in box on head)
  9. 9. Statue of a “bear” at Brauron, carrying a rabbit-sacrifice to Artemis
  10. 10. Fragment showing bear(?)-headed priestess of Artemis at Brauron
  11. 11. Artemis at Ephesus (Asia Minor) : Many breasts/eggs/testicle necklace= fertility goddess
  12. 12. Tholos at Epidaurus Complex (honoring Asklepius the healer): round building w/ maze in basement where patients locked-up w/ snakes at night to be “healed” if dream-cure failed
  13. 13. Statue of Asklepius (Aesculapius): note attributes of scepter w/ snake, Jesus face/beard
  14. 14. Patients bringing offering?/prayer to Asklepius in bearded-snake form (probably at Epidaurus)
  15. 15. Asklepius seated on snake-throne at Epidaurus, receiving patients?
  16. 16. Asklepius as baby: (L  R) Nurse, Asklepius, tripod on pedestal (indicates father Apollo at Delphi), and mother Coronis holding laurel
  17. 17. Hephaestus thrown from Olympus at birth: Zeus and Hera on top, Hephaestus falling (clutching hammer), nymph representing the island he landed on below
  18. 18. Birth of Erichthonius (1 st Athenian): (L  R) Hephaestus (father) holding tongs, Gaea rising w/ crown & offering baby Erichthonius to Athena, who has thrown her snake-aegis on her back
  19. 19. Hephaestus returning to Mt. Olympus: (L  R) Dionysus holding wine, Hephaestus w/ club foot (& very drunk) on donkey, nymph & satyr of Dionysus following in procession
  20. 20. Hephaestus again (drunk) on Donkey w/ tools, following Dionysus (holding wine cup) on way back to Mt. Olympus
  21. 21. Hephaestus crafting Achilles’ second set of armor and giving it to the hero’s mother Thetis
  22. 22. Aphrodite Anadyomene (rising from sea-shell)
  23. 23. Aphrodite Anadyomene (rising from sea-birth, drying hair)
  24. 24. Aphrodite (at) Cnidus: naked next to water jar
  25. 25. Venus de Milo: Most famous Aphrodite statue (probably an example of Aphrodite Landolini)
  26. 26. (L  R) Aphrodite, Eros/Cupid, Pan (looking for some, being denied): probably relating to lost myth of Cupid’s mischief, getting Pan to desire/pursue Aphrodite
  27. 27. Judgment of Paris: (L  R) Hera (holding cow, probably), Athena (holding helmet and spear), Aphrodite (holding Eros/Cupid), Hermes (w/ special hat and staff) and Paris (seated, to judge)
  28. 28. Common Funeral Vase Decoration of Demeter (Ceres): holding grain, pouring libation onto altar
  29. 29. (L  R) Demeter and Persephone: Ceres seated, holding grain, Proserpina holding torch
  30. 30. Persephone w/ Torch attribute
  31. 31. Hades Abducting Persephone: From the wall of a tomb next to that of Philip II of Macedon (father of Alexander the Great), c.350 BC
  32. 32. Demeter in Mourning over loss of Persephone: from another wall of the tomb in slide 131
  33. 33. Hades abducting Persephone (note dropped torch on right, her attribute)
  34. 34. (L  R) Hermes, Persephone, Hades: note the abduction has been changed into a seduction/wedding (Proserpina’s bridal veil), and the torch in front of Hade’s chariot

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