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Background imageGreek God Collection: Marble slab representing dispute between Apollo and Heracles for Delphi tripod

Marble slab representing dispute between Apollo and Heracles for Delphi tripod
Greek civilization, 2nd century b.C. Marble slab representing the dispute between Apollo and Heracles for the Delphi tripod

Background imageGreek God Collection: Italy, Apulia, Ugento, Detail of Doric capital with a bronze statuette representing head of Zeus

Italy, Apulia, Ugento, Detail of Doric capital with a bronze statuette representing head of Zeus or Poseidon 6th-5th Century B.C

Background imageGreek God Collection: Italy, Sicily, Selinunte, Detail of Zeus and Hera, metope of the temple E

Italy, Sicily, Selinunte, Detail of Zeus and Hera, metope of the temple E 5th Century B.C. Italy, Sicily, Palermo, Museo Archeologico Della Fondazione Mormino (Archaeological Museum), Greek art

Background imageGreek God Collection: Greek civilization, 6th century B. C. bronze statue known as Apollo of Piraeus, circa 530 B. C

Greek civilization, 6th century B. C. bronze statue known as Apollo of Piraeus, circa 530 B. C. detail of head
Greek civilization, 6th century b.C. Bronze statue known as Apollo of Piraeus, 530 b.C. Detail, head

Background imageGreek God Collection: Fresco depicting head of god Pan from Acholla, Tunisia, 2nd century a. d

Fresco depicting head of god Pan from Acholla, Tunisia, 2nd century a. d
Roman civilization, 2nd century A.D. Fresco depicting head of god Pan. From Acholla, Tunisia

Background imageGreek God Collection: France, Champagne-Ardenne Region, Haute Marne, Le Chatelet a Saint Dizier

France, Champagne-Ardenne Region, Haute Marne, Le Chatelet a Saint Dizier, Statuette representing Taranis, Zeus of the Gauls, bronze France, Saint Germain-En-Laye

Background imageGreek God Collection: Croatia, Salona, Solin, Mosaic floor depicting Apollo playing the lyre

Croatia, Salona, Solin, Mosaic floor depicting Apollo playing the lyre 3rd Century A.D. Croatia, Spalato, Arheoloski Muzej U Splitu (Archaeological Museum), Roman civilization

Background imageGreek God Collection: France, House of the Messii, Head of Apollo crowned with a laurel wreath

France, House of the Messii, Head of Apollo crowned with a laurel wreath, Roman copy (2nd century A. D)
France, House of the Messii, Head of Apollo crowned with a laurel wreath, Roman copy (2nd century A.D.) after a Greek original Musee Theo Desplan (Archaeological Museum), Greek art

Background imageGreek God Collection: Italy, Rome, Bust of Zeus Serapis, marble

Italy, Rome, Bust of Zeus Serapis, marble Italy, Parma, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeologicla Museum) Palazzo Della Pilotta, Roman art

Background imageGreek God Collection: Greek civilization, head of Zeus

Greek civilization, head of Zeus
Greek civilization, 4th century b.C. Head of Zeus

Background imageGreek God Collection: Relief depicting seated Poseidon and Apollo, from Pentelic marble east frieze of Parthenon

Relief depicting seated Poseidon and Apollo, from Pentelic marble east frieze of Parthenon
Greek civilization, 5th century b.C. Pentelic marble east frieze of the Parthenon by Phidias. Relief depicting seated Poseidon and Apollo, 447-432 b.C

Background imageGreek God Collection: Close-up of Apollo under palm tree, limestone relief with Greek inscription

Close-up of Apollo under palm tree, limestone relief with Greek inscription
Egyptian civilization, Roman Period, 3rd century. Limestone relief with a Greek inscription and depicting Apollo and Artemis under a palm tree. Detail: Artemis

Background imageGreek God Collection: Greece, Rhodes, Head of Helios

Greece, Rhodes, Head of Helios
Greek civilization, 2nd century b.C. Head of Helios. From Rhodes

Background imageGreek God Collection: Italy, Calabria, Punta Alice, Bust of Apollo (also known as Apollo Aleo), marble

Italy, Calabria, Punta Alice, Bust of Apollo (also known as Apollo Aleo), marble 5th Century B.C. Italy, Reggio Di Calabria, Museo Nazionale Della Magna Grecia (Archaeological Museum), Greek art

Background imageGreek God Collection: Ivory and gold head of man, possibly Apollo

Ivory and gold head of man, possibly Apollo
Greek civilization, 6th century b.C. Ivory and gold head of a man, possibly Apollo

Background imageGreek God Collection: Greece, Dodona, Bronze statue of Zeus scaling bolt of lightening

Greece, Dodona, Bronze statue of Zeus scaling bolt of lightening
Greek civilization, 5th century b.C. Bronze statue of Zeus scaling a bolt of lightening. From Dodona

Background imageGreek God Collection: Austria, Klagenfurt, Mosaic work representing Dionysus (Bacchus)

Austria, Klagenfurt, Mosaic work representing Dionysus (Bacchus) Austria, Klagenfurt, Landesmuseum (Acrhaeological and Art Museum), Roman art

Background imageGreek God Collection: Marble statue known as Apollo Belvedere, copy after Greek bronze original of the 4th century B. C

Marble statue known as Apollo Belvedere, copy after Greek bronze original of the 4th century B. C
Roman civilization, 2nd century A.D. Marble statue known as Apollo Belvedere, copy after a Greek bronze original of the 4th century b.C

Background imageGreek God Collection: Greek civilization, bronze statue (often called God from Sea) of Zeus or Poseidon

Greek civilization, bronze statue (often called God from Sea) of Zeus or Poseidon, from Cape Artemision
Greek civilization, 5th century b.C. Artemision Bronze statue (often called the God from the Sea) of either Zeus or Poseidon. From Cape Artemision, Greece

Background imageGreek God Collection: Greek civilization, bronze statue of Zeus scaling bolt of lightening, from Dodona, Greece

Greek civilization, bronze statue of Zeus scaling bolt of lightening, from Dodona, Greece
Greek civilization, 5th century b.C. Bronze statue of Zeus scaling a bolt of lightening. From Dodona, Greece

Background imageGreek God Collection: Mosaic of Triton, Detail of Triton and fish, from frigidarium of thermal baths at Banasa (Morocco)

Mosaic of Triton, Detail of Triton and fish, from frigidarium of thermal baths at Banasa (Morocco)
Roman civilization, 2nd century A.D. Mosaic of Triton. Detail: Triton and fish. From the frigidarium of thermal baths at Banasa in Morocco

Background imageGreek God Collection: Head of Hermes, terracotta, from the Temple of Portonaccio at Veio, Italy

Head of Hermes, terracotta, from the Temple of Portonaccio at Veio, Italy
Etruscan civilization, 5th century b.C. Terracotta head of Hermes. From the Temple of Portonaccio at Veio, Italy

Background imageGreek God Collection: Bulgaria, Sofia, Serdica, Head of Apollo (Phoebus), Roman copy (2nd-3rd century A. D)

Bulgaria, Sofia, Serdica, Head of Apollo (Phoebus), Roman copy (2nd-3rd century A. D)
Bulgaria, Sofia, Serdica, Head of Apollo (Phoebus), Roman copy (2nd-3rd century A.D.) after the original sculpture by Praxiteles (circa 370- 330 B.C.), gilded bronze 4th Century B.C

Background imageGreek God Collection: Pentelic marble east frieze of Parthenon, bas-relief depicting Zeus and Hera with servants

Pentelic marble east frieze of Parthenon, bas-relief depicting Zeus and Hera with servants
Greek civilization, 5th century b.C. Pentelic marble east frieze of the Parthenon by Phidias. Bas-relief depicting seated Zeus and Hera with their servants, 447-432 b.C

Background imageGreek God Collection: Greek civilization, Omphalos Apollo statue, Roman copy

Greek civilization, Omphalos Apollo statue, Roman copy
Greek civilization, 5th century b.C. Omphalos Apollo statue. Roman copy

Background imageGreek God Collection: Roman civilization, Ares Borghese statue, Roman copy of original attributed to Alkamenes, marble

Roman civilization, Ares Borghese statue, Roman copy of original attributed to Alkamenes, marble
Roman civilization. Ares Borghese statue. Roman copy of the original attributed to Alkamenes. In marble and 2.11 metres high

Background imageGreek God Collection: Hungary, Szombathely, Savaria, Statuette representing Bacchus (Dionysus), ivory

Hungary, Szombathely, Savaria, Statuette representing Bacchus (Dionysus), ivory 3rd Century A.D. Hungary, Budapest, Magyar Nemzeti Muzeum (History and Art museum), Roman art

Background imageGreek God Collection: Limestone relief with Greek inscription, depicting Apollo and Artemis under palm tree

Limestone relief with Greek inscription, depicting Apollo and Artemis under palm tree
Egyptian civilization, Roman Period, 3rd century. Limestone relief with a Greek inscription and depicting Apollo and Artemis under a palm tree

Background imageGreek God Collection: Greece, Athens, Aphrodite, goddess of love, sculpture

Greece, Athens, Aphrodite, goddess of love, sculpture
Greece - Attica - Athens. Aphrodite

Background imageGreek God Collection: Armor engraved with figure of Apollo followed by two Hyperborean virgins

Armor engraved with figure of Apollo followed by two Hyperborean virgins and Zeus accompanied by two young women
Greek civilization, 7th century b.C. Armour engraved with figure of Apollo playing cither followed by two Hyperborean virgins and Zeus accompanied by two young women

Background imageGreek God Collection: Algeria, Cherchell, Hellenistic-Roman marble copy after the original statue Apollo by Phidias (ca)

Algeria, Cherchell, Hellenistic-Roman marble copy after the original statue Apollo by Phidias (ca. 480 b. C. -430 B)
Algeria, Cherchell, Hellenistic-Roman marble copy after the original statue Apollo by Phidias (ca. 480 b.C.-430 B.C..) Greek art, 5th century B.C

Background imageGreek God Collection: Greek civilization, bronze statue known as Apollo of Piraeus, circa 530 BC

Greek civilization, bronze statue known as Apollo of Piraeus, circa 530 BC
Greek civilization, 6th century b.C. Bronze statue known as Apollo of Piraeus, 530 b.C

Background imageGreek God Collection: Greek civilization, Gigantomachy, detail of north side of frieze of Siphnian Treasury, circa 525 BC

Greek civilization, Gigantomachy, detail of north side of frieze of Siphnian Treasury, circa 525 BC
Greek civilization, 6th century b.C. Gigantomachy, detail of north side of frieze of Siphnian Treasury, 525 b.C

Background imageGreek God Collection: Italy, Umbria, Orvieto, Zeus head from the Via San Leonardo Temple, polychrome terracotta work

Italy, Umbria, Orvieto, Zeus head from the Via San Leonardo Temple, polychrome terracotta work 5th century B.C. Italy, Orvieto, Museo Claudio Faina (Archaeological Museum), Etruscan art

Background imageGreek God Collection: Greece, Athens, Poseidon, god of the sea, sculpture

Greece, Athens, Poseidon, god of the sea, sculpture
Greece - Attica - Athens. National Archaeological Museum. Statue of Poseidon

Background imageGreek God Collection: Red figure stamnos (pottery used to store liquids) depicting a satyr with a girl painted by

Red figure stamnos (pottery used to store liquids) depicting a satyr with a girl painted by Ceretano Painter, circa 325/300 B.C. 4th Century B.C. France, Paris, Musee du Louvre, Etruscan art

Background imageGreek God Collection: Egypt, Alexandria, Statue representing Jupiter (Zeus)

Egypt, Alexandria, Statue representing Jupiter (Zeus) 3rd-2nd Century B.C. Greek-Roman Museum, Hellenistic art

Background imageGreek God Collection: Italy, Campania, Hermes resting, Hellenistic-Roman copy after the original statue by the School of

Italy, Campania, Hermes resting, Hellenistic-Roman copy after the original statue by the School of Lysippos from Villa Pisoni at Ercolano Italy, Naples

Background imageGreek God Collection: Relief depicting Orestes consulting oracle of Apollo

Relief depicting Orestes consulting oracle of Apollo
Roman civilization. Relief depicting Orestes consulting the oracle of Apollo

Background imageGreek God Collection: Greek civilization, Dionysus or Theseus by Phidias, from east gable of Parthenon in Athens

Greek civilization, Dionysus or Theseus by Phidias, from east gable of Parthenon in Athens, Pentelic marble, 447-440 b
Greek civilization 5th century b.C. Phidias, Dionysus or Theseus, from the east gable of the Parthenon in Athens. Pentelic marble, 447-440 b.C

Background imageGreek God Collection: From ancient times, an artist painted Greek Gods, Oia Santorini Greece

From ancient times, an artist painted Greek Gods, Oia Santorini Greece

Background imageGreek God Collection: Inactive comet passing Saturn, artwork

Inactive comet passing Saturn, artwork
Inactive comet passing Saturn, computer artwork. Comets are composed of rock, dust, ice and other frozen gases. As they approach the Sun they warm up and gases and other debris are ejected



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"Unveiling the Majestic Greek Gods: A Journey through Mythology" Embark on a captivating journey into the world of ancient Greece, where gods and goddesses reigned supreme. At the pinnacle stands Zeus, the mighty ruler of Mount Olympus, whose power shaped Greek mythology. (Zeus - supreme god of Greek mythology, published c. 1830) Marvel at the Colossus of Rhodes statue, an awe-inspiring testament to human craftsmanship and devotion to their deities. Delve into the mysteries of Eleusis as you gaze upon a mesmerizing marble bas-relief depicting Persephone, Demeter, and Triptolemus in their sacred Triad. (Marble bas-relief depicting Triad of Eleusinian Mysteries with Persephone, Demeter and Triptolemus from Eleusis) Witness love's enchanting embrace in Antonio Canova's masterpiece "Cupid and Psyche, " where passion transcends mortal boundaries. (Cupid and Psyche by Antonio Canova (1757-1822), marble figure group) Travel to Pompeii in Italy and stand before a bronze reproduction of Apollo at his temple; feel his divine presence reverberate through time. (Europe, Italy, Pompeii. A bronze reproduction Apollo stands at the Temple) In Austria's limestone sanctuary lies an exquisite aedicula featuring Jupiter and Juno – symbols of power intertwined with eternal love. (Austria, Aedicula with Jupiter and Juno, limestone) Immerse yourself in Prague's Pallfy Garden below Prague Castle as Triton emerges from its fountain waters – an embodiment of strength amidst beauty. (Detail of fountain with Triton at Pallfy Garden below Prague Castle, Mala Strana, Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic ) Step foot into Olympia's Temple of Hera in Arcadia; let its grandeur transport you back to ancient Greece, where gods were worshipped with utmost reverence.