• Two warriors clasing shields on a freeze from the Large Podium of the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Statue of a Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) from the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid  Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Two warriors clasing shields on a freeze from the Large Podium of the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Statue of a Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) from the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid  Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Two warriors clasing shields on a freeze from the Large Podium of the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Statue of a Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) from the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid  Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Two warriors clasing shields on a freeze from the Large Podium of the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Statue of a Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) from the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid  Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Statue of a Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) from the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid  Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Two warriors clasing shields on a freeze from the Large Podium of the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Two warriors clasing shields on a freeze from the Large Podium of the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Two warriors clasing shields on a freeze from the Large Podium of the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • The sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Statue of a Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) from the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid  Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Hunters freeze from the Large Podium of the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • Hunters freeze from the Large Podium of the sculptured  4th cent. B.C Lycian Nereid ( Mythical Greek Sea Nymphs) Monument tomb of Arbina, a Xanthian client ruler of the Persians conquerors of Lycia. From Xanthos UNESCO World Heritage site, south west Turkey. British Museum exhibit excavated by Charles Fellows in 1840s.
  • 3rd century AD Roman mosaic water basin mosaic depicting the head of Neptune surrounded by sea monsters and Nereids (nymphs), and Xenia which were gifts of hospitality. From the House of Neptune, Thuburbo Maius, Tunisia.  The Bardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia.
  • Statue of Thetsis - a 2nd century AD Roman statue found in the city of Lavinia, Italy. Thetis (/ˈθɛtɪs/; Ancient Greek: Θέτις, [tʰétis]), is encountered in Greek mythology mostly as a sea nymph or known as the goddess of water, one of the fifty Nereids, daughters of the ancient sea god Nereus. he statue belonged to a set of ten divinities formerly presented in the portico hemicycle of the city. The Albani Collection Inv No. LL 19 (Usual No Ma 2244), Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • 4th century AD Roman mosiac of a Nereid or sea nymph sitting on the tail of a fish, found near the Roman Baths of Villa “Las Tiendas, Merida Archaeological Museum, Spain
  • Statue of Thetsis - a 2nd century AD Roman statue found in the city of Lavinia, Italy. Thetis is encountered in Greek mythology mostly as a sea nymph or known as the goddess of water, one of the fifty Nereids, daughters of the ancient sea god Nereus. he statue belonged to a set of ten divinities formerly presented in the portico hemicycle of the city. The Albani Collection Inv No. LL 19 (Usual No Ma 2244), Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Statue of Thetsis - a 2nd century AD Roman statue found in the city of Lavinia, Italy. Thetis (/ˈθɛtɪs/; Ancient Greek: Θέτις, [tʰétis]), is encountered in Greek mythology mostly as a sea nymph or known as the goddess of water, one of the fifty Nereids, daughters of the ancient sea god Nereus. he statue belonged to a set of ten divinities formerly presented in the portico hemicycle of the city. The Albani Collection Inv No. LL 19 (Usual No Ma 2244), Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Statue of Thetsis - a 2nd century AD Roman statue found in the city of Lavinia, Italy. Thetis is encountered in Greek mythology mostly as a sea nymph or known as the goddess of water, one of the fifty Nereids, daughters of the ancient sea god Nereus. he statue belonged to a set of ten divinities formerly presented in the portico hemicycle of the city. The Albani Collection Inv No. LL 19 (Usual No Ma 2244), Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Statue of Thetsis - a 2nd century AD Roman statue found in the city of Lavinia, Italy. Thetis (/ˈθɛtɪs/; Ancient Greek: Θέτις, [tʰétis]), is encountered in Greek mythology mostly as a sea nymph or known as the goddess of water, one of the fifty Nereids, daughters of the ancient sea god Nereus. he statue belonged to a set of ten divinities formerly presented in the portico hemicycle of the city. The Albani Collection Inv No. LL 19 (Usual No Ma 2244), Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Statue of Thetsis - a 2nd century AD Roman statue found in the city of Lavinia, Italy. Thetis (/ˈθɛtɪs/; Ancient Greek: Θέτις, [tʰétis]), is encountered in Greek mythology mostly as a sea nymph or known as the goddess of water, one of the fifty Nereids, daughters of the ancient sea god Nereus. he statue belonged to a set of ten divinities formerly presented in the portico hemicycle of the city. The Albani Collection Inv No. LL 19 (Usual No Ma 2244), Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • 4th century AD Roman mosiac of a Nereid or sea nymph sitting on the tail of a fish, found near the Roman Baths of Villa “Las Tiendas, Merida Archaeological Museum, Spain
  • Statue of Thetsis - a 2nd century AD Roman statue found in the city of Lavinia, Italy. Thetis (/ˈθɛtɪs/; Ancient Greek: Θέτις, [tʰétis]), is encountered in Greek mythology mostly as a sea nymph or known as the goddess of water, one of the fifty Nereids, daughters of the ancient sea god Nereus. he statue belonged to a set of ten divinities formerly presented in the portico hemicycle of the city. The Albani Collection Inv No. LL 19 (Usual No Ma 2244), Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Statue of Thetsis - a 2nd century AD Roman statue found in the city of Lavinia, Italy. Thetis (/ˈθɛtɪs/; Ancient Greek: Θέτις, [tʰétis]), is encountered in Greek mythology mostly as a sea nymph or known as the goddess of water, one of the fifty Nereids, daughters of the ancient sea god Nereus. he statue belonged to a set of ten divinities formerly presented in the portico hemicycle of the city. The Albani Collection Inv No. LL 19 (Usual No Ma 2244), Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Roman Sebasteion relief  sculpture of Polyphemos and Galatea Aphrodisias Museum, Aphrodisias, Turkey. <br />
<br />
Another mythological love story affirms the power of Aphrodite. The sea nymph Galatea resists the lustful advances of the beastly cycolps Polyphemas in his cave. Polyphemos sits on a rock and tries to pull Galatea between his legs. His right arm is round her back: note the huge hand on her backside.
  • Roman Sebasteion relief  sculpture of Polyphemos and Galatea Aphrodisias Museum, Aphrodisias, Turkey.   Against a black background.<br />
<br />
Another mythological love story affirms the power of Aphrodite. The sea nymph Galatea resists the lustful advances of the beastly cycolps Polyphemas in his cave. Polyphemos sits on a rock and tries to pull Galatea between his legs. His right arm is round her back: note the huge hand on her backside.
  • Roman Sebasteion relief  sculpture of Polyphemos and Galatea Aphrodisias Museum, Aphrodisias, Turkey.     Against a white background.<br />
<br />
Another mythological love story affirms the power of Aphrodite. The sea nymph Galatea resists the lustful advances of the beastly cycolps Polyphemas in his cave. Polyphemos sits on a rock and tries to pull Galatea between his legs. His right arm is round her back: note the huge hand on her backside.
  • Roman Sebasteion relief  sculpture of Polyphemos and Galatea Aphrodisias Museum, Aphrodisias, Turkey.  Against an art background.<br />
<br />
Another mythological love story affirms the power of Aphrodite. The sea nymph Galatea resists the lustful advances of the beastly cycolps Polyphemas in his cave. Polyphemos sits on a rock and tries to pull Galatea between his legs. His right arm is round her back: note the huge hand on her backside.
  • Roman Sebasteion relief  sculpture of Polyphemos and Galatea Aphrodisias Museum, Aphrodisias, Turkey.  Against a grey background.<br />
<br />
Another mythological love story affirms the power of Aphrodite. The sea nymph Galatea resists the lustful advances of the beastly cycolps Polyphemas in his cave. Polyphemos sits on a rock and tries to pull Galatea between his legs. His right arm is round her back: note the huge hand on her backside.
  • Statue of Thetsis - a 2nd century AD Roman statue found in the city of Lavinia, Italy. Thetis (/ˈθɛtɪs/; Ancient Greek: Θέτις, [tʰétis]), is encountered in Greek mythology mostly as a sea nymph or known as the goddess of water, one of the fifty Nereids, daughters of the ancient sea god Nereus. he statue belonged to a set of ten divinities formerly presented in the portico hemicycle of the city. The Albani Collection Inv No. LL 19 (Usual No Ma 2244), Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Statue of Thetsis - a 2nd century AD Roman statue found in the city of Lavinia, Italy. Thetis (/ˈθɛtɪs/; Ancient Greek: Θέτις, [tʰétis]), is encountered in Greek mythology mostly as a sea nymph or known as the goddess of water, one of the fifty Nereids, daughters of the ancient sea god Nereus. he statue belonged to a set of ten divinities formerly presented in the portico hemicycle of the city. The Albani Collection Inv No. LL 19 (Usual No Ma 2244), Louvre Museum, Paris.
  • Picture of a Roman mosaics design depicting a Nymph lying on a sea horse with two dolphins, from the ancient Roman city of Thysdrus. 3rd century AD, House of Dolphins. El Djem Archaeological Museum, El Djem, Tunisia.
  • Picture of a Roman mosaics design depicting a Nymph lying on a sea horse, from the ancient Roman city of Thysdrus. 3rd century AD, House of Dolphins. El Djem Archaeological Museum, El Djem, Tunisia.
  • Picture of a Roman mosaics design depicting a Nymph lying on a sea horse with two dolphins, from the ancient Roman city of Thysdrus. 3rd century AD, House of Dolphins. El Djem Archaeological Museum, El Djem, Tunisia.
  • Picture of a Roman mosaics design depicting a Nymph lying on a sea horse with two dolphins, from the ancient Roman city of Thysdrus. 3rd century AD, House of Dolphins. El Djem Archaeological Museum, El Djem, Tunisia. Against an art background
  • Picture of a Roman mosaics design depicting a Nymph lying on a sea horse with two dolphins, from the ancient Roman city of Thysdrus. 3rd century AD, House of Dolphins. El Djem Archaeological Museum, El Djem, Tunisia. Against a grey background
  • Close up picture of a Roman mosaics design depicting a Nymph lying on a sea horse , from the ancient Roman city of Thysdrus. 3rd century AD, House of Dolphins. El Djem Archaeological Museum, El Djem, Tunisia.
  • Picture of a Roman mosaics design depicting a Nymph lying on a sea horse with two dolphins, from the ancient Roman city of Thysdrus. 3rd century AD, House of Dolphins. El Djem Archaeological Museum, El Djem, Tunisia.
  • Picture of a Roman mosaics design depicting a Nymph lying on a sea horse with two dolphins, from the ancient Roman city of Thysdrus. 3rd century AD, House of Dolphins. El Djem Archaeological Museum, El Djem, Tunisia.
  • Close up picture of a Roman mosaics design depicting a Nymph lying on a sea horse, from the ancient Roman city of Thysdrus. 3rd century AD, House of Dolphins. El Djem Archaeological Museum, El Djem, Tunisia.
  • Picture of a Roman mosaics design depicting a Nymph lying on a sea horse with two dolphins, from the ancient Roman city of Thysdrus. 3rd century AD, House of Dolphins. El Djem Archaeological Museum, El Djem, Tunisia.
  • Picture of a Roman mosaics design depicting a Nymph lying on a sea horse with two dolphins, from the ancient Roman city of Thysdrus. 3rd century AD, House of Dolphins. El Djem Archaeological Museum, El Djem, Tunisia. Against a white background
  • Picture of a Roman mosaics design depicting a Nymph lying on a sea horse with two dolphins, from the ancient Roman city of Thysdrus. 3rd century AD, House of Dolphins. El Djem Archaeological Museum, El Djem, Tunisia. Against a black background

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