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Euterpe: Euterpe, Muse of lyric poetry and Music. From the Villa of G. Cassius Longinus near Tivoli. About 2nd century CE. Rome Vatican Museums    The “Sala delle Muse”, “Muses’ hall” at the museum, houses the seven statues found in the ruins of Caius Cassius Longinus’ Villa near Tivoli. These sculpures represent Apollo kitharoidos and six Muses: Melpomene, Talia, Urania, Clio ,Calliope Euterpe.

Female statue restored as Euterpe. Rome, Vatican Museums, Pio-Clementine Museum, Room of the Muses.

‏@minimus_latin  .@ehauserwrites Thetis arms her legendary but irritating son Achilles

Thetis arms her legendary but irritating son Achilles

Mosaico de los aurigas, siglo IV d.C. (Mérida)

Mosaico de los aurigas, siglo IV d.C. (Mérida)

In Greek and Roman mythology, Hygieia (also Hygiea or Hygeia), was a daughter of the god of medicine, Asclepius. She was the goddess/personification of health, cleanliness, and sanitation. She was the daughter of Asclepius and Epione.

In and Roman Hygieia (also Hygiea or Hygeia), was a daughter of the god of medicine, Asclepius. She was the goddess/personification of health, cleanliness, and sanitation. She was the daughter of Asclepius and Epione.

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The Hope Hygieia. Marble. Roman. 2nd-century copy, c. 130–161, after a Greek original of c. 360 B.C. | Los Angeles County Museum of Art

theancientwayoflife: “~ The Hope Hygieia. Place of origin: Italy, Ostia (?) or Rome Culture: Roman Date: A. after a Greek original of ca. 360 B.

Funerary relief from Neumagen depicting a woman's hair being dressed by her slaves, circa 220 AD, Rheinisches Landesmuseum Trier, Germany | The panel shows a mistress at her morning toilette, served by 4 female slaves. Two women dress her hair, while the third holds a round mirror and the fourth brings a jug of water. All the women wear long-sleeved tunics, but the mistress also wears a palla bordered with a fringe.

Funerary relief from Neumagen depicting a woman's hair being dressed by her slaves, circa 220 AD, Rheinisches Landesmuseum Trier, Germany | The panel shows a mistress at her morning toilette, served by 4 female slaves. Two women dress her hair, while the third holds a round mirror and the fourth brings a jug of water. All the women wear long-sleeved tunics, but the mistress also wears a palla bordered with a fringe.

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Relief depicting a scene of feasting, from Tomis, Romania. Bucharest, Muzeul National De Istorie Al Romaniei (Archaeological And Art Museum)

The Hope Hygieia, goddess of health, feeding milk to a serpent 130-161 CE Roman copy of a 360 BCE Greek original unearthed in Ostia

The Hope Hygieia, goddess of health, feeding milk to a serpent CE Roman copy of a 360 BCE Greek original unearthed in Ostia

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