Goddess Themis. Found at Rhamnous Attica in the small temple of Nemesis.Themis, daughter of Ouranos and Gaia, was goddess of justice. The statue was carved by Chairestartos of Rhamnous. About 300 BC.

Goddess Themis. Found at Rhamnous Attica in the small temple of Nemesis.Themis, daughter of Ouranos and Gaia, was goddess of justice. The statue was carved by Chairestartos of Rhamnous. About 300 BC.

GREECE – Rhamnous - The mid-5th c. BCE temple of Nemesis (on the left) and the smaller early 5th c. BCE temple on the right (probably dedicated to Themis) is visible in close proximity on the right.

GREECE – Rhamnous - The mid-5th c. BCE temple of Nemesis (on the left) and the smaller early 5th c. BCE temple on the right (probably dedicated to Themis) is visible in close proximity on the right.

Female divinity, Nemesis of Rhamnous type - 2nd century AD, copy of a cult statue from the sanctuary of Rhamnous in Attica, attributed to Agorakritos (430 BC) - Naples Archaeological Museum | da * Karl *

Female divinity, Nemesis of Rhamnous type - 2nd century AD, copy of a cult statue from the sanctuary of Rhamnous in Attica, attributed to Agorakritos (430 BC) - Naples Archaeological Museum | da * Karl *

View of Rhamnous, Attika (Greece)

View of Rhamnous, Attika (Greece)

Ramnous or Rhamnus or Rhamnounda is and ancient Greek fortified town, located on the Attica coast, about 55 kilometers northeast from Athens. It was named for the local prickly bush called ramnos and was the most important sanctuary of Nemesis in ancient Greece.

Ramnous or Rhamnus or Rhamnounda is and ancient Greek fortified town, located on the Attica coast, about 55 kilometers northeast from Athens. It was named for the local prickly bush called ramnos and was the most important sanctuary of Nemesis in ancient Greece.

Nemesis temple Rhamnous.

Nemesis temple Rhamnous.

View of the Sea from Rhamnous

View of the Sea from Rhamnous

Rhamnous-1 - Ancient Greek architecture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rhamnous-1 - Ancient Greek architecture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Female divinity, Nemesis of Rhamnous type - 2nd century AD, copy of a cult statue from the sanctuary of Rhamnous in Attica, attributed to Agorakritos (430 BC) - Naples Archaeological Museum | da * Karl *

Female divinity, Nemesis of Rhamnous type - 2nd century AD, copy of a cult statue from the sanctuary of Rhamnous in Attica, attributed to Agorakritos (430 BC) - Naples Archaeological Museum | da * Karl *

Ραμνούντας, Rhamnous, Attica, Greece

Ραμνούντας, Rhamnous, Attica, Greece

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