This bronze statue of Fortuna, the Roman goddess of fortune and luck, is believed to have been used for worship in a private home in Pompeii. The statue was on display with the A Day In Pompeii exhibit at the Discovery Place science museum.
Replica of the colossal Athena Parthenos by Phidias. A votive sculpture found near the Varvakeion school reflects the type of the restored Athena Parthenos: Roman period, century BC (National Archaeological Museum of Athens).
Lower legs and feet have been restored with casts taken from copies in Berlin and Copenhagen. Most of right arm, lower part of pillar, and plinth are eighteenth-century marble restorations.Copy of a Greek bronze statue of ca
This marble statue of the Greek goddess Athena Promachos ('Athena who fights in the front line') was found at the Villa of the Papyri in Herculaneum; her symbolic attributes include her aegis shield/cloak and helmet.
Fresco fragment depicting Urania, Muse of astronomy, from the House of Julia Felix in Pompeii, CE. From the Empire of colour. From Pompeii to Southern Gaul exhibition. At the Musée Saint-Raymond Toulouse (Photo taken by Carole Raddato)