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Greek Mythology Resin Statues Of Gods And Goddesses Apollo, Athena, Aphrodite, Hermes & Ares

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Deity Worship Statues To Upgrade Your Altar.

These mini statues of some of the most worshiped Gods and Goddesses in Ancient Greek mythology will bring their divine essence to your home altar.

Don't let the egregore of pagan deities fade. Place our miniature busts of your favorite ancient divinities anywhere you see fit and maintain its sacred energy always with you.

They are also perfect drawing practice props to bring your grimoire to life with your pagan art.

Our Greek Mythology Miniature Sculptures have the following features:

  • Average height: 6-7cm (2.4"-2.8");
  • Material: Resin;
  • Color: White.

Greek Mythology Deities Quick Recap

☀️ Apollo

Apollo is the god of light and the sun; truth and prophecy; archery; medicine and healing; music, poetry, the arts; and more. Apollo is the son of Zeus and Leto and has a twin sister, the huntress Artemis. Ancient greek artists often depicted him as a handsome young man with golden hair, typically carrying a bow. Apollo's symbol is the golden lyre which is an old musical instrument.

🌹 Aphrodite / Venus

Aphrodite is the Greek goddess of love, lust, and beauty. Her Roman counterpart is Venus. Ancient artists depicted her as a beautiful woman, often appearing nude.
She is accompanied by the winged God Eros, which means love. Aphrodite is the daughter of Ouranos and Hemera and, accordingly, married Adonis. The swan and the rose were both symbols of Aphrodite.

🦉 Athena

Athena is the goddess of intelligence and war. Unlike Ares, who represents mainly war violence, Athena is war's strategies and intelligence. She was also the patron goddess of Athens, who built the Parthenon in her honor. Athena's symbol is the owl.

🪶 Hermes

Hermes was the god of commerce, diplomacy, and wealth. Patron of diplomats, thieves, and animal herders, Hermes was the inventor of the lyre, fire, and the alphabet. He was the messenger of Mount Olympus and took the souls of the dead to the underworld.

💥 Ares

The son of Zeus and Hera. Though often referred to as the Olympian god of war or bloodlust. Ancient greeks used to picture Ares with brazen armor and a spear and feared him for the unpredictable violence of war. His symbol is the spear.

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