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    Aphrodite,Pan,and Eros.Pan harassing Aphrodite, who has just stepped from her bath. The goddess threatens to punish him with her sandal. A tiny Eros helps to defend his mother,by grasping Pan's horn. From Delos. Inv.3335, H: 129 cm


    The goddess Astarte, from the Hebron area, Israel. Pottery relief (around 1400 BCE) Late Bronze Age II


    Ceremony of the cult of Isis; priests with typical fringed tunics holding sistra; a priest fans the flames on a garlanded altar. Two sacred ibis-birds in the foreground. From Herculaneum. Fourth style, 80 x 85 cm Inv. 8924


    Aphrodite of Melos, called Venus of Milo. Marble figure (130-120 BCE) found in Melos. Height 202 cm MA 399


    Goddess Gula with her dog, Kudurru of Nazimarutash, from the temple of Marduk,Babylon. Black limestone, 2nd half 14th BCE. Kassite period.


    Sitting goddess. Terracotta. From Pazardzik, Bulgaria. Karanovo Culture, Neolithic (5th-4th mill. BCE) Height 18.4 cm


    Cult-chariot of Strettweg (7th BCE). A funerary gift for a prince whose ashes were buried in a hill tumulus. The chariot shows a sacrificial procession, with the stag as victim, sacrificed to the tall female goddess by the naked man with the axe. Bronze, height 33 cm


    Four Astarte figurines. Clay (around 1000 BCE) Iron Age II


    At the feet of the Goddess Athena, two Greek warriors draw lots for the arms and armour of the slain Achilles. Ulysses on far left (with staff), Ajax second on the right. Red-figured kylix, around 490 BCE Inv. IV 3695

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    La Primavera. Flora. Detail of 40-07-01/60 Tempera on wood (1477) 203 x 314 cm Inv. 8360 See also 40-07-01/60-70


    Goddess Artemis. Relief (440-432 BCE) from the east frieze of the Parthenon, Athens, Greece. Inv. 856


    Goddess Inanna (Innin) behind her symbols (two sheafs of reed). Detail from the Warka-Vase, a limestone cult vase from Uruk, Mesopotamia (Iraq).


    Sleeping Venus. Oil on oakwood (around 1608) 80 x 152 cm Inv. 1104


    La Toilette de Venus. Venus at her toilet. Oil on canvas

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    Venus tying her sandal, her left hand on Priapos who is teasing her. White marble figure (2nd CE), copy of a Hellenistic original, from Pompeii. Height 62 cm Inv. 152 798


    Pallas Athene. Oil on canvas (1898) 75 x 75 cm


    Kudurru of Babylonian King Melishishu II,1202-1188 BCE who presents his daughter (holding a harp) to Nanai, goddess of health and medicine (detail of 08-02-05/60) Black limestone Kudurru found at Susa, Iran 83 x 42 cm - Sb 23


    Athena with cist and Erechthonios snake. Copy of an original by Cephisodotos, found in Crete, Greece. Stone figure (4th BCE), height 140 cm MA 847


    Cult-chariot of Strettweg, detail of 07-02-02/28. A funerary gift for a prince whose ashes were buried in a hill-tumulus. Centerpiece: the goddess, to whom the stag was to be sacrificed. Bronze (7th BCE). Height 33 cm. See also 07-02-02/28-31


    A sacrifice. A bull, a garland hanging from his horns, is led to the altar. Red-figured pelike. Same pelike as 10-03-03/7 and 8 Inv. 1144

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    The goddess Astarte, on her head the sun-disk and the Hathor-crown..Bronze and silver sheeted figure, Egyptian influence (8th BCE). From Phoenicia. Bronze, silver, H: 20.1 AO 2701


    Aphrodite of Knidos, antique replica of an original by Praxiteles. See 10-01-07/61 Marble (original around 350 BCE) Ma 2184


    Female statuette, en face. Terracotta. From Cucuteni, Romania. See also 06-01-02/24. Neolithic (5th mill. BCE). Height 15 cm Inv. II 3126


    Mother and child. Terracotta From Drenovac, Serbia. Vinca Culture, Neolithic (5th mill. BCE). Height 21 cm Inv. 5670


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