Relief depicting the mock abduction marriage ritual between the mortal Peleus and the sea nymph Thetis, future parents of Achilles Greek 490-470 BCE possibly from the Cyclades found in the Fikellura Cemetery on Kamiros, Rhodes

Relief depicting the mock abduction marriage ritual between the mortal Peleus and the sea nymph Thetis, future parents of Achilles Greek BCE possibly from the Cyclades found in the Fikellura Cemetery on Kamiros, Rhodes by proteamundi

Gold plaques from the 7th c. BCE, found at Kamiros in Rhodes, that may depict the prophetic Greek bee-nymphs known as the Thriai.

Gold plaques embossed with winged bee goddesses, perhaps the Thriai, found at Camiros Rhodes, dated to century BCE (British Museum) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Terracotta alabastron with the top in the form of a female head and bust.  Greek, made about 550 BC. From Kamiros, Rhodes.  A container for perfumed oil."

"Terracotta alabastron with the top in the form of a female head and bust. Greek, made about 550 BC. From Kamiros, Rhodes. A container for perfumed oil.

A Gorgon-headed mistress of the animals. Pottery plate showing a winged goddess with a Gorgon's head wearing a split skirt and holding a bird in each hand, type of the Potnia Theron. From Kamiros, Rhodes. British Museum

A Gorgon-headed mistress of the animals. Pottery plate showing a winged goddess with a Gorgon's head wearing a split skirt and holding a bird in each hand, type of the Potnia Theron. From Kamiros, Rhodes.

Pedestalled krater  Greek, Geometric period, about 800-770 BC From Kamiros, Rhodes, Aegean Sea  Copied in the style of Athenian grave markers

Pedestalled krater Greek, Geometric period, about BC From Kamiros, Rhodes, Aegean Sea Copied in the style of Athenian grave markers

Fine art : Gold earrings from Kamiros, Rhodes (Greece), Goldsmith art, Greek Civilization, 8th-7th Century BC

Fine art : Gold earrings from Kamiros, Rhodes (Greece), Goldsmith art, Greek Civilization, Century BC

Gold plaques embossed with winged bee goddesses, perhaps the Thriai, found at Camiros Rhodes, dated to 7th century BCE (British Museum). The bee was an emblem of Potnia, the Minoan-Mycenaean "Mistress", also referred to as "The Pure Mother Bee".[1] Her priestesses received the name of "Melissa" ("bee").[1]

Gold plaques embossed with winged bee goddesses, perhaps the Thriai, found at Camiros Rhodes, dated to century BCE (British Museum) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Gorgon's head | Bowl with a gorgon's head  Greek, Archaic period, about 625-600 BC Made in Corinth, Greece; from Kamiros, Rhodes  ...would make a good cake too

Bowl with a gorgon's head Greek, Archaic period, about BC Made in Corinth, Greece; from Kamiros, Rhodes


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