Greek Mythology, Roman Mythology
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In some traditions she was a serpent goddess of the Libyan Amazons and represented female wisdom. In others she was an Anatolian Sun Goddess. Medusa is identical with the Crone or Destroyer aspect of the dark Egyptian goddess Nieth; she was also one member of the triple personae of the North African goddess An-Ath. When that goddess was imported by the Greeks as patroness of Athens, Medusa's fierce visage was embossed on Athena's shield. That her wrath turned men to stone may be a folk memory...
This Roman version of Athena displays her wisdom totem, the owl, on her helmet. Minerva's serpent helped guide her creative skills of spinning and weaving. White marble colored Gypsumstone statue not brass like it looks in the picture! #MIN
10 3/4" Cold Cast Resin-Bronze Finish Please allow 7-10 days for shipping
10 3/4" Cold Cast Resin-Marble Finish Please allow 7-10 days for shipping
(H) 14 Cold Cast Resin-Bronze Finish Please allow 7-10 days for shipping
(H) 14 Cold Cast Resin-Pewter Finish Please allow 7-10 days for shipping
Size (inch) (H) 11 3/4Material Cold Cast BronzePlease allow 7-10 days for shipping
The Piper at the Gates of Dawn." The goat-footed God Himself inspired this modern reconstruction of the divine guardian of the flock and fields. He projects the lusty sensuality of the Primal Male in his roles as progenitor and protector of the Wildwood. This modern interpretation is by Oberon Zell and is 6-1/2" tall, cast in polyresin.
Cold Cast Resin-Bronze Finish(H) 11 3/8Please allow 7-10 days for shipping$59.99
Please allow 7-10 days for shippingProduct Size: 7 1/2" x 4" x 8"
(H) 28 3/8 Cold Cast Resin-Bronze Finish
Cold Cast Resin-Bronze Finish(H) 11"Please allow 7-10 days for shipping