The Age of the gods

The era of the ancient greek gods is one filled with power, love, violence and kidnaping. Stronger Gods kidnaping and prey on the weaker gods (mostly women and their pets). gods kidnapping humans and gods kidnapping animals. Situations that could be considered normal in that era cause the gods had all the power and used it as the wished.

Pluto the god of Hades who looks stronger, attempts to abduct Proserpina who naturally will fight back and a third figure who is assume to be a maid or servant attemps also to hold on to him.
Fearing that one of his son will defeat him one day and overthrow him from the throne, the Titan Cronus (also refferred to as Saturn), ate each one upon their birth.
A demon, and one of the seven princes of Hell, who helps people make discoveries. He seduces people by suggesting to them ingenious inventions that will make them rich.
Bacchus, the god of wine and Ariadne. Ariadne was promised by Venus, that she would have an immortal lover. Bacchus married her and brought her to Olympus. In the image we see bacchus holding grapes and a cup which would be assumes contains wine. And cupid who is famously know for giving love. This helps define more the image
Statue of Zeus found in the National Museums in Berlin This statuette of Zeus is regarded as one of the most beautiful images of this deity from the early Classical period. The god is naked and is portrayed as if he is striding forward with great energy. He unleashes his bolt of lightning with his raised arm to carry out his divine will.
Statue of Jupiter seated on a throne, the Artist unknown. From the Look of it looks, you get get the sense that it is of the Classical period Zeus by Phidias, made for the Temple of Zeus at Olympia
The present painting in landscape format shows Bacchus the main figure in a triumphal procession. He is to proceed through the arch visible at the left of the painting on his way to his destination, the round temple on a hill in the background. Bacchus seated in the chariot, enthroned atop a wine barrel. His entourage is intoxicated; even the animal pulling the chariot is no longer up to its task
A statue of a woman assumed to be Diana. She was the goddess of the hunt, the moon and childbirth and being associated with wild animals and woodland, and having the power to talk to and control animals She was one of the three maiden goddesses
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