Artemis - created by Paulus62


Artemis
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Couldn't find the contact details for the original model I used, so had to replace her. I have linked to the image of the model for the purpose of this competition, the image is by Marcus Ranum and his personal website is http://www.ranum.com/ (5 years and 1803 days ago)

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Nyx, Goddess of Night - created by musicj19


Nyx, Goddess of Night
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Nyx was the primordial goddess of the night. A shadowy figure, Nyx stood at or near the beginning of creation, and was the mother of personified gods such as Hypnos (sleep) and Thánatos (death). Her appearances in mythology are sparse, but reveal her as a figure of exceptional power and beauty. She was the only god or goddess which Zeus feared.

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Special thanks to antihumanstock for the exceptional photography. (5 years and 1800 days ago)

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Lost Wisdom - created by tapiona


Lost Wisdom
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Athena - Goddess of Wisdom, Goddess of Military Victory (war with good tactics and winning strategies, not just fighting, like Ares), and Goddess of Crafts.

Thank you Marcus J. Ranum, dieraecherin and photodreamstock (5 years and 1802 days ago)

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Fresco of Dionysus - created by Nigrechok


Fresco of Dionysus
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Dionysus - god of wine growing and winemaking. He went all over the world teaching people how to do wine. He was accompanied by satyres and nymphs - mythical, fantastic beings. When Hestia has left the throne on the Olympus, Dionysus became one of 12 Olympians.
Sbs coming soon 8-) (5 years and 1799 days ago)

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Atlas - created by chaplain


Atlas
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Atlas is the son of the Titan Iapetus and Clymene (or Asia), and brother of Prometheus. Atlas was punished by Zeus and made to bear the weight of the heavens (the idea of Atlas carrying the Earth isn't correct according to the original myth) on his back. One of Heracles's labours was to collect the apples of the Hesperides. Heracles went to Atlas and reasoned with him. Eventually, Atlas agreed to collect the apples, and Heracles was left to carry the weight. Atlas tried to leave Heracles there, but Heracles tricked him and Atlas was left to carry the heavens forever.

I wasn't going to enter this because the other entries are so well done but then I figure, "Hey, someone's gotta come in last place! Why not me!" Just never hurts to try.

Body builder thanks to www.localfitnes.com.au (5 years and 1799 days ago)

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