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Artemis of Ephesus, Naples (1)

Artemis of Ephesus, Naples (1)

Artemis -- I love greek mythology and Artemis is wonderful!  www.iridaresort.gr

Artemis -- I love greek mythology and Artemis is wonderful! www.iridaresort.gr

Artemis statue in Selcuk Museum, Ephesus, Turkey. Upis, Great Goddess of Lydia,   better known as Artemis Ephesia    Her temple at Ephesos in western Asia Minor was one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient Mediterranean, with a colossal statue of the goddess some 40 feet high and 127 columns, all 60 feet tall.

Artemis statue in Selcuk Museum, Ephesus, Turkey. Upis, Great Goddess of Lydia, better known as Artemis Ephesia Her temple at Ephesos in western Asia Minor was one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient Mediterranean, with a colossal statue of the goddess some 40 feet high and 127 columns, all 60 feet tall.

Numerous statues survive of a Black Artemis , like this Roman copy of the original Ephesian goddess in the Musei Capitolini. Late copies also adopt the mural (city walls) crown popular in the Hellenistic period. It was originally an attribute of Syrian Tyche, goddess of Fortune.

Numerous statues survive of a Black Artemis , like this Roman copy of the original Ephesian goddess in the Musei Capitolini. Late copies also adopt the mural (city walls) crown popular in the Hellenistic period. It was originally an attribute of Syrian Tyche, goddess of Fortune.

Artemis the Huntress holding two animals, Francois Vase, 6th century BC, Louvre.

Artemis the Huntress holding two animals, Francois Vase, 6th century BC, Louvre.

"Great Mother Goddess" Artemis is also mentioned in the New Testament (Acts, 19). Extremely popular in the ancient world; and now housed in the Archaelogical Museum of Tripoli.

"Great Mother Goddess" Artemis is also mentioned in the New Testament (Acts, 19). Extremely popular in the ancient world; and now housed in the Archaelogical Museum of Tripoli.

In Greek Mythology, Artemis is the Goddess of the Hunt, Moon, Forest and Animals.

In Greek Mythology, Artemis is the Goddess of the Hunt, Moon, Forest and Animals.

Numerous statues survive of a Black Artemis , like this Roman copy of the original Ephesian goddess in the Musei Capitolini. Late copies also adopt the mural (city walls) crown popular in the Hellenistic period. It was originally an attribute of Syrian Tyche, goddess of Fortune.

Numerous statues survive of a Black Artemis , like this Roman copy of the original Ephesian goddess in the Musei Capitolini. Late copies also adopt the mural (city walls) crown popular in the Hellenistic period. It was originally an attribute of Syrian Tyche, goddess of Fortune.

A beautiful image of the ancient Greek goddess, Artemis painted by French artist, Jules Joseph Lefebvre. The painting is entitled by her Roman counterpart, Diane Chasseresse ("Diana Huntress").  This wonderful work of art was completed in 1879 and is on display at the Dahesh Museum of Art in New York City.

A beautiful image of the ancient Greek goddess, Artemis painted by French artist, Jules Joseph Lefebvre. The painting is entitled by her Roman counterpart, Diane Chasseresse ("Diana Huntress"). This wonderful work of art was completed in 1879 and is on display at the Dahesh Museum of Art in New York City.

Artemis statue in Selcuk Museum, Ephesus, Turkey. Upis, Great Goddess of Lydia,   better known as Artemis Ephesia    Her temple at Ephesos in western Asia Minor was one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient Mediterranean, with a colossal statue of the goddess some 40 feet high and 127 columns, all 60 feet tall.

Artemis statue in Selcuk Museum, Ephesus, Turkey. Upis, Great Goddess of Lydia, better known as Artemis Ephesia Her temple at Ephesos in western Asia Minor was one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient Mediterranean, with a colossal statue of the goddess some 40 feet high and 127 columns, all 60 feet tall.