Garden story marble greek Statues of Ino et Melicerte

Garden story marble greek Statues of Ino et Melicerte

NO.: AKCC-125

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




Statues of Ino et Melicerte show scenes from Greek mythology. The base of the sculpture is based on waves, and each wave is carved very realistically. Two people stood on the rocks above the waves. The main body is Ino with open arms trying to jump into the sea. When he saw that the returning boat was still hanging with black sails, thinking that his son had been eaten by the Minotaur, he was distraught and jumped into the sea to commit suicide. And the young man next to him is blocking. The sculptural relationship between the two people makes the whole marble dynamic. Flowy skirt. As well as the exchange of characters, all show the charm of marble Statues of Ino et Melicerte carving. We at Aongking have a lot of knowledge about Greek mythology, and each character sculpture custom-carved according to the myth story will magically show the picture, and your private environment will be more alive because of the Statues of Ino et Melicerte.

Behind the story of Statues of Ino et Melicerte, Ino is chased by her husband, who is driven mad by Hera because Ino raises the baby Dionysus, and she and Melicerte get away from Megara and Melicerte. Jumping into the sea on a high rock between Corinth, the Statues of Ino et Melicerte both became sea gods: Ino as Leucothea, Homer points out, Melicertes as Palaemon. The latter’s carcass was transported by dolphins to the Isthmus of Corinth and stored under a pine tree. Here his uncle Sisyphus discovered it and moved it to Corinth and, under the command of the Nereid, set up for him the Isthmus Games and Sacrifice. Hyginus says that Ino threw himself into the sea with her youngest son, Atamas of Melisetus, and was made a goddess, and Ino, the daughter of Cadmus, was killed by Atamas, the son of Aeolus Her son Melissettes died. Escape from Atamas.


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