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Goddess Collection

Background imageGoddess Collection: Greek gods in the Olymp, Greek mythology, published in 1880

Greek gods in the Olymp, Greek mythology, published in 1880
The Greek gods in the Olymp. Greek mythology. Wood engraving, published in 1880

Background imageGoddess Collection: Callisto And Artemis

Callisto And Artemis
The nymph Callisto succumbs to the embraces of Zeus, who is disguised as the goddess Artemis. Artemis, who demanded that her nymphs remained chaste

Background imageGoddess Collection: Egyptian God Osiris

Egyptian God Osiris
illustration of a Egyptian God osiis

Background imageGoddess Collection: Egyptian gods

Egyptian gods
Illustration of a Egyptian gods

Background imageGoddess Collection: Egyptian God Sobek

Egyptian God Sobek
illustration of a Egyptian God Sobek

Background imageGoddess Collection: Eirene with the infant Ploutos

Eirene with the infant Ploutos

Background imageGoddess Collection: Lakshmi at the Entrance of Kailas Temple at Ellora

Lakshmi at the Entrance of Kailas Temple at Ellora, India. This is an UNESCO site. Lakshmi siting over the lotuses with her attendant elephants as if to bless the visitors

Background imageGoddess Collection: Images of deities on the wall of Kesava Temple, Keshava Temple, Hoysala style, Somnathpur

Images of deities on the wall of Kesava Temple, Keshava Temple, Hoysala style, Somnathpur, Somanathapura, Karnataka, South India, India, South Asia, Asia

Background imageGoddess Collection: The Three Graces

The Three Graces
Antique illustration of The Three Graces

Background imageGoddess Collection: Osiris, egyptian god of the afterlife, wood enfraving, published 1881

Osiris, egyptian god of the afterlife, wood enfraving, published 1881
Osiris, egyptian god of the afterlife. Woodcut enfraving, published in 1881

Background imageGoddess Collection: Isis, egyptian goddess, wood engraving, published in 1881

Isis, egyptian goddess, wood engraving, published in 1881
Isis, egyptian goddess of motherhood, magic and fertility. Woodcut enfraving, published in 1881

Background imageGoddess Collection: Pakhet - Egyptian Lioness God Of War

Pakhet - Egyptian Lioness God Of War
Engraving from 1884 showing Pakhet, the ancient Egyptian God of War with the head of a lioness. Other names used are Pachet and Pasht

Background imageGoddess Collection: Ulysses at the table of Circe

Ulysses at the table of Circe
Ulysses at the table of the witch-goddess, Circe. From "Stories From Homer" by the Rev. Alfred J. Church, M.A.; illustrations from designs by John Flaxman

Background imageGoddess Collection: The Goddess Fortune

The Goddess Fortune saves the Little Child engraving by Gustave Dore

Background imageGoddess Collection: La Fontaines Fables - Peacock complaining to Juno

La Fontaines Fables - Peacock complaining to Juno
Vintage engraving from La Fontaines Fables, Illustraed by Gustave Dore. The Peacock complaining to Juno

Background imageGoddess Collection: La Fontaines Fables - Fortune and the Little Child

La Fontaines Fables - Fortune and the Little Child
Vintage engraving from La Fontaines Fables, Illustraed by Gustave Dore. Fortune and the Little Child

Background imageGoddess Collection: La Fontaines Fables - The man who runs after fortune

La Fontaines Fables - The man who runs after fortune
Vintage engraving from La Fontaines Fables, Illustraed by Gustave Dore. The man who runs after fortune and the man who waits for her

Background imageGoddess Collection: La Fontaines Fables - Ingratitude and injustice of men

La Fontaines Fables - Ingratitude and injustice of men
Vintage engraving from La Fontaines Fables, Illustraed by Gustave Dore. The Ingratitude and injustice of men towards fortune. A ship is blown away from the rocks by the winds of fortune

Background imageGoddess Collection: La Fontaines Fables - Love and Folly

La Fontaines Fables - Love and Folly
Vintage engraving from La Fontaines Fables, Illustraed by Gustave Dore. Love and Folly

Background imageGoddess Collection: Amor and Psyche, Roman Mythology, wood engraving, published in 1878

Amor and Psyche, Roman Mythology, wood engraving, published in 1878
Amor and Psyche, figures from the Greek Mythology. Woodcut engraving from the the book " Der Olymp oder die Mythologie der Griechen und Romer

Background imageGoddess Collection: Fortune

Fortune
Vintage engraving by Albrech Durer, showing Fortune, c.1502Vintage engraving by Albrech Durer, showing Saint Eustace, c.1501

Background imageGoddess Collection: Apollo and Diana

Apollo and Diana
Vintage engraving by Albrech Durer, showing Apollo and Diana, c.1502

Background imageGoddess Collection: Abduction of Proserpine on a Unicorn

Abduction of Proserpine on a Unicorn
Vintage engraving by Albrech Durer, showing Abduction of Proserpine on a Unicorn, 1516

Background imageGoddess Collection: Goddess with Rings

Goddess with Rings
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Background imageGoddess Collection: Egyptian God Ra

Egyptian God Ra
illustration of a Egyptian God Ra

Background imageGoddess Collection: Demeter, Ceres, Greek goddess

Demeter, Ceres, Greek goddess
illustration of a Demeter, Ceres, Greek goddess

Background imageGoddess Collection: Demeter, Greek goddess

Demeter, Greek goddess
Demeter, the goddess of cereal grains, daughter of Cronus and Rhea and mother of Persephone. She is associated with Cybele; her symbol is typically an ear of wheat

Background imageGoddess Collection: Black and white illustration of Aphrodite (Venus), Greek and Roman goddess of love

Black and white illustration of Aphrodite (Venus), Greek and Roman goddess of love

Background imageGoddess Collection: Black and white illustration of Greek goddess Athena

Black and white illustration of Greek goddess Athena

Background imageGoddess Collection: Statue of the goddess Nike, Ephesus, Turkey

Statue of the goddess Nike, Ephesus, Turkey
Stone carving of the goddess Nike at the ruins of the ancient city of Ephesus. The sports equipment company Nike, Inc. is named after the Greek goddess Nike

Background imageGoddess Collection: Sculpture of Apsara, Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Sculpture of Apsara, Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Apsaras represent an important motif in the stone bas-reliefs of the Angkorian temples in Cambodia

Background imageGoddess Collection: Sculptures of Javari Temple, Khajuraho

Sculptures of Javari Temple, Khajuraho
The Javari Temple in Khajuraho, India, is a Hindu temple, which forms part of the Khajuraho Group of Monuments, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was built between c. 975 and 1100 A.D

Background imageGoddess Collection: Prambanan (Candi Angsa)

Prambanan (Candi Angsa)
One of temple in Prambanan Temple, Yogyakarta, Java - Indonesia

Background imageGoddess Collection: Seven headed Naga Guarding Angkor Wat

Seven headed Naga Guarding Angkor Wat
The Seven headed Naga (snake or cobra) guarding the causeway across to the main Angkor Wat entrance. The Naga is a deity in Buddhist and Hindu religions

Background imageGoddess Collection: Amaterasu leaving her Retreat

Amaterasu leaving her Retreat
Vintage engraving of Japanese art, the Goddess Amaterasu leaving her Retreat.1889. Amaterasu, Amaterasu-omikami or Ohirume-no-muchi-no-kami is a part of the Japanese myth cycle

Background imageGoddess Collection: Egyptian God Thoth

Egyptian God Thoth
illustration of a Egyptian God Thoth

Background imageGoddess Collection: Egyptian God Khnum

Egyptian God Khnum
illustration of a Egyptian God Khnum

Background imageGoddess Collection: Egyptian God Horus

Egyptian God Horus
illustration of a Egyptian God Horus

Background imageGoddess Collection: Egyptian God Tefnut

Egyptian God Tefnut
illustration of a Egyptian God Tefnut

Background imageGoddess Collection: Egyptian God Amun

Egyptian God Amun
illustration of a Egyptian God Amun, Amon, Amen

Background imageGoddess Collection: Engraving of hero Perseus riding Pegasus

Engraving of hero Perseus riding Pegasus
illustration of a Engraving of hero Perseus riding Pegasus

Background imageGoddess Collection: Venus

Venus
illustration of a Venus

Background imageGoddess Collection: Diana Goddess of the hunt

Diana Goddess of the hunt
Vintage engraving of Diana. In Roman mythology, Diana was the goddess of the hunt, the moon and birthing, being associated with wild animals and woodland

Background imageGoddess Collection: Victoria

Victoria
Antique illustration of a goddess Victoria

Background imageGoddess Collection: Diana, Goddess Of The Hunt

Diana, Goddess Of The Hunt
Engraving depicting Diana, Roman goddess of the moon and the hunt in Roman mythology, pictured riding a chariot, Ancient Rome, circa 10, 000 BC. Engraved by A. H. Payne after a painting by Correggio

Background imageGoddess Collection: Transformation Of Arachne

Transformation Of Arachne
Engraving depicting the transformation of Arachne into a spider, after a weaving contest in which Arachnes work depicted the gods failings, the goddess Minerva changes her into a spider

Background imageGoddess Collection: Female fairy tale character with bow and arrow, standing in chariot pulled by reindeer

Female fairy tale character with bow and arrow, standing in chariot pulled by reindeer

Background imageGoddess Collection: Female Egyptian figure

Female Egyptian figure



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