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Persephone and Demeter

A marble relief of Persephone and Demeter.

Made in Athens circa 340-320 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Persephone and Demeter

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Demeter and Persephone

A statuette of Demeter and Persephone as the Holy Twain.

The Louvre Museum

 

Demeter and Persephone

Demeter and Persephone

The Holy Twain

The Louvre Museum

 

Persephone

A statuette of Persephone as Kore, the Maiden.

Made in Megara 400-390 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Demeter and Persephone

A statuette of Demeter and Persephone as the Holy Twain.

Rhodes; 500 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Triptolemus and Persephone

Triptolemus and Persephone

A Red-Figure bowl made in Athens circa 470-460 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Persephone

A marble statuette of Persephone holding a pomegranate flower.

Made circa 350-300 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Demeter and Persephone

Demeter and Persephone sharing a cloak dated circa 450 BCE.

Found on the island of Rhodes.

The British Museum

 

Persephone

A limestone metope assumed to be Demeter and Persephone.

Found in Taranto, Italy; dated from circa 300 BCE.

 

Persephone

A terracotta plaque of Persephone.

Made in Medma circa 470 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Persephone

A terracotta figure of Persephone seated on a throne.

Made in Taranto, Italy circa 480 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Persephone

A terracotta figure of Persephone seated on a couch.

Made in Taranto, Italy circa 450 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Persephone and Hades

A Red-Figure kylix [drinking cup] with Persephone and Hades.

Made in Athens circa 440-430 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Persephone and Hades

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Persephone, Kerberos and Hades

Persephone, Kerberos and Hades

styled as Egyptian deities.

Gortyn, Crete; 2nd century CE.

Heraklion Archeological Museum

 

Persephone

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Persephone

Another view of the preceding image.

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