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Artemis

A marble life-size statue of Artemis.

1st or 2nd century CE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Artemis

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Artemis

A marble life-size statue of Artemis.

Circa 14-37 CE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Artemis

Another view of the preceding image.

 

Artemis

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Artemis

A statuette of Artemis.

The Louvre Museum

 

Artemis Bendis

A statuette of Artemis Bendis.

Tanagra; circa 350 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Artemis Bendis

A statuette of Artemis Bendis.

Boeotia; circa 500 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Apollon and Artemis

Small terracotta statues of Apollon and Artemis.

The Louvre Museum

 

Artemis

A statuette of Artemis.

Made circa 100-75 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Artemis

Artemis, goddess of the Hunt.

A Red-Figure oinochoe made in Athens circa 450 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Artemis

Artemis in a chariot.

A Red-Figure krater made in Boeotia circa 450-425 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Hermes, Artemis and Apollon

Artemis, a seated young woman, Hermes and Apollon.

A Red-Figure krater made circa 380-370 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Hermes, Artemis and Apollon

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

 

Artemis

A marble statue of Artemis.

1st or 2nd century CE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Apollon and Artemis

Apollon and Artemis [at top] slaying the children of Niobe.

Roman, circa 1st century BCE.

The British Museum

 

Artemis

A statuette of Artemis in hunting attire.

From Loryma, Karia circa 125-75 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Artemis and Zeus

Zeus [left] observes his daughter Artemis hunting a stag.

Apollon and Nike are also present.

A Red-Figure pelike made in Athens circa 370-350 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Artemis Bendis

Artemis Bendis

A terracotta statuette made in Athens circa 350 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Artemis Bendis

A marble votive relief dedicated to Artemis Bendis.

Made in Athens circa 400-375 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Artemis Bendis

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Artemis Bendis

An antefix with the face of Artemis Bendis.

Made in Taranto circa 350 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Herakles, Artemis and Apollon

A Black-Figured neck amphora with Herakles breaking an antler

from the Keryneian Hind as Artemis and Apollon look on.

Made in Athens circa 540-530 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Artemis

A limestone statue of Artemis.

Made in Cyprus in the 3rd century BCE.

The British Museum

 

Artemis

A terracotta statuette of Artemis.

Made in Cyprus in the 4th century BCE.

The British Museum

 

Artemis

A limestone statuette of Artemis.

Made in Cyprus circa 275-250 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Artemis and Aktaeon

Artemis's hounds attacking Aktaeon because he saw her bathing.

A Red-Figure head-shaped amphora [wine jar].

Made in Lakonia circa 390-380 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Artemis

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Artemis

A terracotta statuette of Artemis holding a phiale [libation bowl].

Made in Boeotia circa 350 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Apollon, Leto and Artemis

Apollon, Leto and Artemis

From Vulci; circa 470-460 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Artemis

A life-size marble statue of Artemis.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Artemis

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Apollon, Leto and Artemis

A marble slab with Apollon, Leto and Artemis.

Part of an altar or pedestal; found at Mantineia, Arkadia.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Artemis

A marble head from a statue of Artemis.

A Roman copy of a 4th century BCE Greek original.

Found at Thebes, Boeotia.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Artemis

A marble statuette of Artemis.

A Roman copy of a 4th century BCE Greek original.

Found at Pentalophos, Aitoloakarnania.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Artemis

A head from a statue of Artemis.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Poseidon, Apollon, Artemis and Hermes

Poseidon, a goddess, Apollon, Artemis and Hermes.

A Black-Figure amphora from circa 530-480 BCE.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Artemis

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Artemis

Artemis with torches walking towards an altar.

From a Black-Figure lekythos made in Eretria circa 470 BCE.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Dionysos, Apollon and Artemis.

Dionysos, Apollon and Artemis.

A Black-Figure amphora made in Athens, early 5th century BCE.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Dionysos, Apollon and Artemis

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Artemis

A life-size marble statue of Artemis.

Part of a group of statues depicting the slaying of Niobe's children.

A Roman copy of a Greek original.

Heraklion Archaeological Museum

 

Artemis and Niobe

Another view of the preceding image.

Artemis aims as Niobe protects one of her children.

 

Artemis

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Artemis

A life-size statue of Artemis.

Made during the Roman period, 1st century BCE-4th century CE.

Chania Archeological Museum

 

Artemis

A close-up view of the preceding image.

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