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Marble statue of Proserpina, 2nd century AD. She is depicted holding a torch lighting her way and a sheaf of grain symbolizing abundance.
Marble statue of Proserpina, 2nd century AD. She is depicted holding a torch lighting her way and a sheaf of grain symbolizing abundance.
The Rape of Proserpina by Hans von Aachen (1587)
The Rape of Proserpina by Hans von Aachen (1587)
Copy of The Rape of Proserpina by Vincenzo de' Rossi, on view near Cliveden House
Copy of The Rape of Proserpina by Vincenzo de' Rossi, on view near Cliveden House
Votive pillar reading Diti Patri et Proserpin[ae] sacrum, "Holy to Dīs Pater and Proserpina", identifying Dīs Pater as Proserpina's husband
Votive pillar reading Diti Patri et Proserpin[ae] sacrum, "Holy to Dīs Pater and Proserpina", identifying Dīs Pater as Proserpina's husband
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Statue of syncretic Persephone-Isis with a sistrum. Heraklion Archaeological Museum, Crete
Statue of syncretic Persephone-Isis with a sistrum. Heraklion Archaeological Museum, Crete
Persephone and Dionysos. Roman copy after a Greek original of the 4th–3rd century B.C. Marble. Hermitage.
Persephone and Dionysos. Roman copy after a Greek original of the 4th–3rd century B.C. Marble. Hermitage.
Seated goddess, probably Persephone on her throne in the underworld, c. 480–460 BC,. (Pergamon Museum, Berlin)
Seated goddess, probably Persephone on her throne in the underworld, c. 480–460 BC,. (Pergamon Museum, Berlin)
Sarcophagus with the abduction of Persephone. Walters Art Museum. Baltimore, Maryland
Sarcophagus with the abduction of Persephone. Walters Art Museum. Baltimore, Maryland