The bronze sculptures on Greek mythology that we will present are reproductions of ancient pieces that can be seen in museums, some of which are still present in Greece on archaeological sites such as Athens.
A Greek woman statue
Women are very present in Greek antiquity, they often represent goddesses who are at that time very numerous, goddess of hunting, love of music and much more.
Here are the 3 most beautiful Greek sculptures of women:
The Greek statue of Themis goddess of justice
She is the goddess of righteousness of Law and Equity, Themis assists Zeus in Olympus.
She holds the trays of a scale in one hand, with which she weighs the arguments of the opposing parties. At her hip she has the sword to decide disputes. Blindfolded are the symbol of impartiality.
Bronze sculpture "The Three Graces"
The Three Graces are the Charites in Greek mythology, they are the goddesses of charm, beauty and creativity. They are the daughters of Zeus and Eurynomé.
Bronze sculpture of the goddess Hera
Hera is the goddess custodian of the fertility of the couple and the women in childbirth. She is the daughter of titans Cronos and Rhea, wife of Zeus. She is the eldest of the children in the Iliad and the third in Hesiod.
A Greek man statue
Men's sculptures in Greek antiquity are often Gods of Olympus or titans like Poseidon, the giant Atlas. But they can also be the image of athletes, the Olympic Games were created by the Greeks.
Bronze sculpture of Mercury / Hermes
Who is Mercury? In Roman mythology Mercury is the god of commerce. In Greek he is the god of commerce named Hermes. He is the god of thieves, of travel and the messenger of other gods.
Bronze statue of the god Artemision
Monumental Greek sculpture, the god of Cape Town Artemision is 2 meters high and wide. It is in bronze, dated around 460 BC.
It is preserved and visible at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.
The left arm was discovered in 1926, and the rest of the statue was found in 1928 off Cape Artemision, north of the island of Ebea.
In the 1st century BC, the sinking of the ship carrying it, in a heterogeneous cargo, allowed it to cross the centuries. It is one of the few large Greek bronzes still preserved in their entirety.
Bronze statue of Zeus
The son of Cronos and Rhea, in Greek mythology, he is the king of the gods, brother of Hades, Poseidon, Demeter, Hestia and Hera who is also his wife.
He is with his brothers Poseidon and Hades, one of the three masters of the Universe, .
The statues of the Greek mythology date from more than 3000 years the most recent dates of the Hellenistic and archaic era, one can distinguish through styles, models and figures the different periods.
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