The gallery is about the Greek Mythology and how each God and Goddess are related.
This is the Greek God Zeus. The Romans called him Jupiter. Zeus is the King of Gods. He is the God of Sky, Lighting, Thunder, Law Order, Justice. He had a total of 32 parents that produce offsprings.
This is Greek God Hades. Romans called him Pluto. He is the King of the Underworld and the God of Dead and Riches. He is also the brother of Zeus and Poseidon.
This is the Greek Goddess Athena. The Romans called her Minerva. She is the daughter of Zeus and Metis. She is the Goddess of Wisdom and War. She is the niece of Poseidon and Hades.
This is Greek God Poseidon. The Romans called him Neptune. He is the God of Sea, Earthquakes, Storms and Horses. He is also brother of Zeus and Hades.
This is the Greek God Apollo. The Romans called him Apollo as well. He is the son of Zeus and Leto. He is the God of Music, Fine Arts, Oracles, Archery, Plague, Medicine, Sun, Light and Knowledge.
This is the Greek Goddess Artemis. The Romans called her Diana. She is the daughter of Zeus and Leto and twin to Apollo. She is the Goddess of Hunt, Forest, Hills, Moon, Archery.
This is the Greek God Hermes. The Romans called him Mercury. He is the son of Zeus and Maia. He is the Messenger of the Gods. God of Trade, Thieves, Travelers, Sports. Guide to the underworld.
This is the Greek God Heracles. The Romans called him Hercules. He is the son of Zeus and Alcmene. He is the Gatekeeper of Olympus and the God of Strength, Heroes, Sports. Divine protector of Mankind
This is the Greek God Ares. Romans called him Mars. He is the son of Zeus and Hera. He is the God of War.
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The J. Paul Getty Museum
Sculpture Collection, Dresden State Art Collections
Hudson River Museum
Green Vault, Dresden State Art Museums
National Palace of Queluz
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