Selected Jewels of Pforzheim:  Gold snake bracelet with garnet, from the Greek-Hellenistic period; 3rd to 2nd century B.C.

Selected Jewels of Pforzheim: Gold snake bracelet with garnet, from the Greek-Hellenistic period; Gold snake bracelet with garnet, from the Greek-Hellenistic period, century BC.

Ancient Greek Sandals

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Sandal styles inspired by the culture of Ancient Greece. Be sure to stick to tan/brown or gold.

Diadem with rosettes/Greek, 3rd- 2nd Centuries B.C.

Diadem with rosettes/Greek, Centuries B. This is so pretty, can I have a duplicate?

Hecate. An ancient goddess, sometimes depicted in triple form, variously associated with crossroads, entrance-ways, fire, light, the Moon, magic, witchcraft, knowledge of herbs and poisonous plants, necromancy and sorcery. She has rulership over earth, sea and sky, as well as a more universal role as Saviour (Soteira), Mother of Angels and the Cosmic World Soul.

Here is Hecate, a goddess of Greek religion and mythology. Notice a resemblance to the Statue of Liberty? Hecate was one of the main deities worshiped in Athenian households and in most statues, she was shown carrying 2 torches.

Gold, Boat-shaped Earring With Figures of Nike  --  Latter part of the 4th Century BCE  --  Greek. British Museum <3

Gold, Boat-shaped Earring With Figures of Nike -- Latter part of the Century BCE -- Greek. British Museum [celestial crescent and two rosettas]

Greek, 225 - 175 B.C.  Gold and glass. Earrings with Nike Pendants (Getty Museum) Flying figures of Nike, the Greek goddess of victory, form the main decoration of these Hellenistic gold earrings. The goddess appears with spread wings and wind-swept drapery, holding a flaming torch, in two figures that are mirror images of one another. Each tiny figure is hollow, made from two joined sheets of gold that were formed in a mold.

Greek, 225 - 175 BC Gold and glass. Earrings with Nike Pendants, goddess of…

Greece. Golden belt decorated with rosettes and inlayed semi-precious stones. Ca. 200 B.C.

intricate golds // Golden belt decorated with rosettes and inlayed semi-precious stones. 200 B.

This terracotta model depicts a female figure wearing a peplos, a popular garment for women in ancient Greece from the fifth century B.C. onward. It is usually made of a single piece of wool folded over at the top and fastened at the shoulders, leaving open the left side of the garment.  5th century Greek. 06.1151 MET

mini-girlz: “ Terracotta Figurine Period: Classical Date: century B. Culture: Greek Medium: Terracotta Dimensions: H. cm) The sculptural type of a woman wearing a peplos.

Gold bracelet in the form of a snake                                                                                      Period:                                        Early Hellenistic                                                          Date:                                        ca. 300–250 B.C.                                                          Culture:                                        Greek, Ptolemaic

Gold bracelet in the form of a snake Period: Early Hellenistic Date: c BC Culture: Greek, Ptolemaic

Minoan Snake Goddess

Ninoan Snake Goddess from The Vaults of Time - MAMA Gift Shop - Musuem of Ancient and Modern Art

Earrings, 330-300 BCE, 	  				  			 					 			 			 Ancient Greece

cast, braided, stamped, filigreed, with granulation. 9 cm BC Barrow No. Theodosia Ancient Greece Source of Entry:

Chiton Greece

The Charioteer of Delphi, 478 or 474 BC, Delphi Museum. "One of the best-known statues surviving from Ancient Greece, and is considered one of the finest examples of ancient bronze statues".

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