Greek Goddess Artemis Pictures

On this page you'll find more Greek goddess Artemis pictures.

A Greek statue of the great Praxiteles:

Diana of Gabii (marble)
Diana of Gabii (marble)
Praxiteles
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The head of a beatiful statue.

Head of Artemis
Head of Artemis
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A statue one from the ancient city of Ephesus (the protuberances on her body were thought to be breasts, but it appears they represent bull heads):

Artemis of the Ephesians, 135-175 AD (marble)
Artemis of the Ephesians, 135-175 AD (marble)
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In this statue, the bull heads are more stylized.

Statuette of the Goddess Artemis of Ephesus, Roman, 1st century AD (terracotta)
Statuette of the Goddess Artemis of Ephesus, Roman, 1st century AD (terracotta)
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Another statue from Ephesus, you will notice there are two dogs near her (well, what's left of them).

Statue of Artemis in a Museum in Ephesus, Turkey
Statue of Artemis in a Museum in Ephesus, Turkey
Nowitz, Richard
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A statue of Artemis the huntress, with her bow and a deer (this sculpture is also known as "Diana of Versailles").
Artemis the Huntress, Known as the "Diana of Versailles"
Artemis the Huntress, Known as the "Diana of Versailles"
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The goddess in a cameo.
Cameo of Icarus and Daedalus with Persephone and Artemis, 1st Century
Cameo of Icarus and Daedalus with Persephone and Artemis, 1st Century
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The goddess and her twin brother, Apollo.

Interior of an Attic Red-Figure Cup Depicting Apollo and Artemis, circa 495-490 BC
Interior of an Attic Red-Figure Cup Depicting Apollo and Artemis, circa 495-490 BC
, Brygos Painter
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Another image on an ancient vase.
Menelaos and Aphrodite, Pursue Paris Who Runs Towards Artemis, Attic Red-Figure Cup
Menelaos and Aphrodite, Pursue Paris Who Runs Towards Artemis, Attic Red-Figure Cup
, Douris
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In this frieze from the Parthenon, I like the way her dress is draped.

Poseidon, Apollo and Artemis, the Parthenon Frieze (East Side), c. 442-38 BC Classical Greek
Poseidon, Apollo and Artemis, the Parthenon Frieze (East Side), c. 442-38 BC Classical Greek
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As we know, she punished the hunter Actaeon, who saw her bathing, by turning him into a stag (you'll find lots of goddess Artemis pictures with Actaeon and her nymphs on the page with Roman goddess Diana).

Actaeon and Artemis
Actaeon and Artemis
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The following sculpture is a more recent one.

Statue of Artemis (Late 19th Century by Giulio Moschetti), Piazza Archimede, Ortygia, Sicily, Italy
Statue of Artemis (Late 19th Century by Giulio Moschetti), Piazza Archimede, Ortygia, Sicily, Italy
Ashworth, Richard
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On one of these vases there is Artemis... I'll let you guess which one!

Vases with Included: Profiles of Phoebe and Artemis
Vases with Included: Profiles of Phoebe and Artemis
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And finally a representation of the temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Of course, it didn't really looked like this!

Temple of Artemis at Ephesus by Maerten Van Heemskerck One of the Seven Ancient Wonders of World
Temple of Artemis at Ephesus by Maerten Van Heemskerck One of the Seven Ancient Wonders of World
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For more Artemis pictures, but in which the goddess appears with her Roman name, Diana, click here.

For the story of the goddess Artemis, click here.



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