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Ganymede feeding the eagle. Marble. Roman copy of late 1st cent. B.C. after a Greek original. Saint-Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.

Ganymede feeding the eagle. Marble. Roman copy of late 1st cent. B.C. after a Greek original. Saint-Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.

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painting-roman-fresco-villa-dei-misteri-pompeii.jpg (800×600)

Xochipilli, Aztec god of spring, music, games and dance.

Xochipilli, Aztec god of spring, music, games and dance.

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These African Deities Are The Best Gods You've Never Heard Of

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Gwydion - Welsh god of magic, illusion, and changes

Gwydion - Welsh god of magic, illusion, and changes

Vishnu, first half of the 9th century. Central Cambodia. Lent by Musée National des Arts Asiatiques–Guimet, Paris (MG18860) | A series of single-cell brick sanctuary temples on Phnom Kulen built during the reign of Khmer king Jayavarman II are associated with a small corpus of important sculptures, including this Vishnu. Stylistically, it marks the moment of transition from the pre-Angkorian world to the beginnings of the Angkorian period. #LostKingdoms

Vishnu, first half of the 9th century. Central Cambodia. Lent by Musée National des Arts Asiatiques–Guimet, Paris (MG18860) | A series of single-cell brick sanctuary temples on Phnom Kulen built during the reign of Khmer king Jayavarman II are associated with a small corpus of important sculptures, including this Vishnu. Stylistically, it marks the moment of transition from the pre-Angkorian world to the beginnings of the Angkorian period. #LostKingdoms

Νύξ ; Nyx - Primordial Greek Goddess of NightRoman: NoxZeus the almighty god of the Greek Olympian Pantheon is depicted as ...

Νύξ ; Nyx - Primordial Greek Goddess of NightRoman: NoxZeus the almighty god of the Greek Olympian Pantheon is depicted as ...

Sol the Sun-god in a chariot drawn by 4 horses  Roman mosaic

Sol the Sun-god in a chariot drawn by 4 horses Roman mosaic

Apollo carrying his kithara holds a phiale (flat cup) for Nike (Victory) to pour a libation in; they are standing on both sides of the omphalos. Marble, Roman copy of the late 1st century CE after a neo-Attic original of the Hellenistic era. Louvre Museum.

Apollo carrying his kithara holds a phiale (flat cup) for Nike (Victory) to pour a libation in; they are standing on both sides of the omphalos. Marble, Roman copy of the late 1st century CE after a neo-Attic original of the Hellenistic era. Louvre Museum.

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