Artemis holding torches. Marble, Roman copy of the 2nd century AD after a Greek original of the 4th century BC; the unrelated head dates to the early 1st century AD.Museo Chiaramonti, section XVI, no.1
ARTEMIS - Attic Red Figure (White Ground) Lekythos attributed to the Pan Painter Date: ca 500 - 459 BC Period: Late Archaic / Early Classical -Artemis feeds a long-necked bird (either a swan or heron) from her hand. The goddess is depicted with a spotted animal skin draped over her shoulders, a decorated quiver, and a spiked crown. In her hand she holds a kylix (cup).
An owl is a symbol of Athena because Athena is the goddess of wisdom and an owl represents wisdom and is an intelligent bird and there is an owl that follows Athena and the owl is called "the owl of Athena"
Statue of Athena with "crossed aegis" Pergamon, Athenaheiligtum (found under the Berlin excavations 1880) to 150 v. Chr., Marble, height 1.86 m Her robe is at the waist with a belt together amount haten from snakes. Snakes also line the lower edges of her chest protection (Aegis), which here consists of two intersecting bands ("crossed aegis"). The head was working as a head-set. He has been missing since 1945 in Russia and replaced by a casting. Pergamon Museum, Berlin
Statue of a Muse: Melpomene Sculpture From an original of the Hellenistic period Marble cm 155 / Palazzo dei Conservatori Museum / Through the rooms - Musei Capitolini