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In Greek mythology Homonoia (Greek: Ὁμόνοια) was Goddess of Concord, Unanimity, and Oneness of Mind. Her opposite was Eris (Strife). Homonoia was believed to be the daughter of Soter, the Saviour Daimon, and Praxidike, the Goddess of Judicial Punishment and Vengeance. Her siblings were Arete (a goddess personifying Virtue) and Ktesios, minor God of Household. Arete and Homonoia were referred to as the Praxidikai, taking this name after their mother.

In Greek mythology Homonoia (Greek: Ὁμόνοια) was Goddess of Concord, Unanimity…

Leto (Latona na mitologia romana) era uma filha de Febe e Céos, e mãe de (Febo) Apolo e de (Diana) Ártemis. Era a deusa do anoitecer e da noite clara.

Persephone - Queen of the Underworld and a daughter of Demeter and Zeus. She became the consort of Hades when he became the deity who governed the underworld. Also goddess of spring time.

Hera - was the Olympian queen of the gods and the goddess of women and marriage. She was also a goddess of the sky and starry heavens. She was usually depicted as a beautiful woman wearing a crown and holding a royal, lotus-tipped staff.

Hera: was the Olympian queen of the gods & the goddess of women & marriage. She was also a goddess of the sky & starry heavens. She was usually depicted as a beautiful woman wearing a crown & holding a royal, lotus-tipped staff.

Apolo foi o grande deus do Olimpo da profecia e oráculos, cura, pragas e doenças, música, canto e poesia, tiro com arco, bem como a protecção dos jovens. Ele foi descrito como um belo jovem, imberbe, com cabelos longos e vários atributos, incluindo: uma coroa de flores e ramos de louro; arco e aljava; corvo; e lira.

Apollo was the son of Zeus and Leto, twin brother of Artemis. He was the god of music, and he is often depicted playing a golden lyre.

Statue known as "Athena of Velletri" - Greek orjinal bronze lost, that's Roman copy of 1st c. AD - at the Louvre Museum

Statue known as "Athena of Velletri" - Greek original bronze lost, that's Roman copy of c. AD - at the Louvre Museum

Bust of Athena, from Herculaneum, now in the Archaeological Museum of Naples

Ἐνάτη Φθίνοντος/ Ἐνάτη μετ’εἰκάδας, XXII day From today’s sunset: twenty-second day of Maimakterion. The twenty-second day is always sacred to Athena. (Bust of Athena, from Herculaneum, now in the.