Enthroned deity: the so-called goddess of Tarentum (Persephone, Hera, Aphrodite?) Statue, dressed, sitting (sculpture / statuary / sculpture in the round, female) Second quarter of 5th century BC. Location: Taranto? (Italy)
Head of Demeter or Kore | Greek, from Sicily 350-300 B.C. Terracotta Demeter is the goddess of agriculture and the mother of Kore, also known as Persephone, goddess of the Underworld. Their worship was widespread in Sicily, whose fertile fields supplied grain to the entirety of the Greek world, during this time.
nativeamericannews: “ Hopi Symbol of Life The Tapuat. A Hopi Symbol for Life. After writing the piece on Walking A Labyrinth, I thought it would be a good idea to delve a little deeper into the origins of the labyrinth from an Native North American.
Kore with almond-shaped eyes, Acropolis Museum, Athens. The young woman is clad in a chiton and short himation, which buttons on the left shoulder. A band with a painted maeander ornamented the diadem on her hair and garments.