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Demeter seated in the centre; Kore and Triptolemus at Her side - from Campania, circa 1st c. BC - at the Louvre Museum

Demeter seated in the centre; Kore and Triptolemus at Her side - from Campania, circa 1st c. BC - at the Louvre Museum

The Eleusinian trio: Persephone, Triptolemos and Demeter, on a marble bas-relief from Eleusis, 440–430 BC.

The Eleusinian trio: Persephone, Triptolemos and Demeter, on a marble bas-relief from Eleusis, 440–430 BC.

Le Cerbère, féroce gardien des Enfers | Couché sur les rives du fleuve Styx, ce chien cruel et hideux de grande et admirable corpulence, garde la porte des Enfers. Fruit des amours du géant Typhon et d’Echidna, il habite sous la voûte d’une obscure caverne. Du fond de son ténébreux repère qui mène aux Enfers, il rugit à triple voix... | zimzimcarillon.canalblog.com | Wenceslas Hollar - The Greek gods - Pluton

Le Cerbère, féroce gardien des Enfers | Couché sur les rives du fleuve Styx, ce chien cruel et hideux de grande et admirable corpulence, garde la porte des Enfers. Fruit des amours du géant Typhon et d’Echidna, il habite sous la voûte d’une obscure caverne. Du fond de son ténébreux repère qui mène aux Enfers, il rugit à triple voix... | zimzimcarillon.canalblog.com | Wenceslas Hollar - The Greek gods - Pluton

Pinax of Persephone and Hades sitting on the throne - found at Locri in Calabria in Italy, circa 5th c. BCE - at the Museum of  Magna Graecia in Calabri

Pinax of Persephone and Hades sitting on the throne - found at Locri in Calabria in Italy, circa 5th c. BCE - at the Museum of Magna Graecia in Calabri

The three Fates, Clotho at left spins, Lachesis winds in the centre and Atropos tests tensility at right. 1558 Engraving

The three Fates, Clotho at left spins, Lachesis winds in the centre and Atropos tests tensility at right. 1558 Engraving

A terracotta tablet from Locri, Calabria, . 475—450 BC, depicting two Greek gods with their symbolic attributes: Hermes (petasos and caduceus) and Aphrodite (a flower and Eros) . (Photo: Egisto Sani via State Antique Collection, Munich & ancientrome.ru)

A terracotta tablet from Locri, Calabria, . 475—450 BC, depicting two Greek gods with their symbolic attributes: Hermes (petasos and caduceus) and Aphrodite (a flower and Eros) . (Photo: Egisto Sani via State Antique Collection, Munich & ancientrome.ru)

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