The head of the century BCE bronze statue known as 'The Hellenistic Prince'. The statue perhaps represents Attalus II, king of Pergamon. The head may also be a portrait of an unknown wealthy Roman, eager.
It's interesting that the symbols of Shiva and of Poseidon are exactly those that are given to the Devil in Christian mythology - the bull's foot and the tridents (J., An Open Life) [Poseidon (by Anders Petersen)]
Daughter of RA, BAST was originally a lion-headed Sun Goddess of Protection The nurturing instincts of mothering cats came to be associated with BAST's protective care and she developed a reputation as a Mother Goddess.
Ultraviolet light reveals how ancient Greek statues really looked
Original Greek statues were brightly painted, but after thousands of years, those paints have worn away. Find out how shining a light on the statues can be all that& required to see them as they were thousands of years ago.
Corinthian helmets worn by Leonidas’ bodyguards may have looked like. They are held by some to have been Olympic champions, and so in place of a horsehair crest, the helmet is decorated with a representation of an Olympic champion’s wreath of victory.