The Greeks created images of their deities for many purposes. A temple would house the statue of a god or goddess, or multiple deities, and might be decorated with relief scenes depicting myths. Divine images were common on coins. Drinking cups and other vessels were painted with scenes from Greek myths.
Theodora’s Trial – Chapter 38 Origins What a day #Theodora was having. Her #Portal got knocked of course, she had to face a #Chimera #Hera had sent to try to take her life, although immortal, Theo now has a limited shelf life once she became pregnant. Every time she peed, she’d hear more of #HomersIliad […]
The Conception Ritual – Origins Update What a marvelous show. #Anemoi rained gentle winds to dress their bodies #Zeus and #Hera gave their assent to the continuance of the #Bearers reign #Aite lit up the sky with her strikes of lightening. #Aphrodite and #Demeter were there together and participated in the #Ritual as did #Ares […]
The Spartans chronicles the rise and fall of one of the most extreme civilisations the world has ever witnessed. A civilization that was founded on discipline, sacrifice and frugality where the onus was on the collective and the goal was to create the perfect state, and the perfect warrior. Classical historian Bettany Hughes reveals the […]