Ancient Roman Famous Marble Goddess Diana Statue

NO.: AKHZM-1180

Size: Lifesize / Custom Made Size

Material: Natural Marble / Stone / Granite

Surface: Carved

Package: Wooden Batten box

Suitable: Amusement park, Theme park, Garden, Restaurant, Playground, Public Area, Garden, Indoor & Outdoor, etc




The goddess in ancient Greece and Rome are beautiful in temperament. The custom marble Goddess Diana statue is a very good garden decoration. This custom marble statue is the goddess of hunting in Roman mythology, Diana. She is still beautiful in hunting clothes. With bows and arrows on his back. Next to her is a small deer, her mount. The body of the deer is combined with the base of a custom marble statue, and there are sculptures of flowers on it. Must be the goddess of temperament in your home. Goddess Diana statue.

Diana was the goddess of hunting, the moon, and the Olympian gods in ancient Greek mythology. She was the daughter of Zeus and Leto the Titan, and the twin sister or twin sister of Apollo, the sun god. Also regarded as the protector of wild animals. Diana was tall and slender. Symmetrical, beautiful, and the patron saint of virgins, her name has often become synonymous with virgins. She is a rare goddess of sex in Greek mythology, and Athena and Hestia and known as the three Greek goddesses of sex. The Goddess Diana statue is also popular with many people.

The deer in the Goddess Diana statue is regarded by Artemis himself as the most sacred animal. Seeing a deer that was brighter than a cow with horns, she fell in love with these creatures. The deer was the first animal she caught. The golden horned deer caught by the Goddess Diana statue is called “Elaphoi Khrysokeroi” and uses them to drive her carriage. The third Hercules commanded by Eurystheus must complete the task of capturing the golden-horned deer of Cerunia. Hercules shot the deer with an arrow and was injured by Al Themis custom marble statue and Apollo found out, so they severely accused Hercules, Hercules begged the goddess for forgiveness and promised Artemis to return it alive, so Artemis forgave him.


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