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Midterm Question: Early Philosophy

In Greek mythology, Medusa ("Queen"), one of three Gorgon sisters; originally was a beautiful human, raped by Poseidon in Athena's temple

Ancient Greek Art | ... How did the ancient Greeks express ideas through art and architecture

Greek and Olympian God Apollo was also well known to see the future, the divine gift of prophecy. When you wanted to know something about your future, you would summon Apollo. As the divine God of Light itself, He is capable of seeing into all.

Ancient Greek sculptures dressed up in hipster clothing.  Not only is this funny, but I'm actually looking at some of what they are wearing as costume ideas!

Ancient Greek sculptures dressed up in hipster clothing.

Ancient Greek sculptures dressed up in hipster clothing. Not only is this funny, but I'm actually looking at some of what they are wearing as costume ideas!

Greek warrior

Regilla ⚜ Ancient Greek Warrior - men are made to be warriors. Men are made to be men, and being a man is good. ITS GREAT BEING GREEK

S6.1 ARTEMIS "DIANA OF VERSAILLES"  Museum Collection: Musée du Louvre, Paris, France   Original / Copy: Roman copy of Greek statue attributed to Leochares ca 325 BC. Restorations by Barthélemy Prieur (1602) and Lange (1808).  Style: Late Classical  Date: C1st - 2nd AD   Period: Imperial Roman

Artemis- Goddess of the moon, hunt, and wild animals, especially the fawn and deer. Twin sister of the God Apollo.

Greek Sculpture | PARIAN GREEK LADY, c. 19th century. Finely detailed classical Greek ... #SculptureArt

The Rise of the Regency Bust-Shelf

The fantastic ancient Greek sculpture of Apoxiomen ( Croatian Apoxiomenos ) , IV B.C. , from Mali Losinj, Croatia  #croatian #apoxiomenos

The fantastic ancient Greek sculpture of Apoxiomen ( Croatian Apoxiomenos ) , IV B. , from Mali Losinj, Croatia

Is Alexander the Great Greek?

Is Alexander the Great Greek?

"I am indebted to my father for living, but to my teacher for living well" - Alexander the Great, pupil of Aristotle

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