Drawings of the Greco-Roman Gods and Goddesses

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The Titan Saturn

An image of the Titan Saturn from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.
An image of the Titan Saturn from Keightley's Mythology, 1852. Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy: For the Use of Schools contains lovely iconic black and white drawings of the gods and goddesses from Greek mythology. Here are the 12 gods and 6 goddesses Keightley includes. The gods, using Roman names are Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, Cupid, Vulcan, Phoebus Apollo, his son Asculapius, Mercury, Mars, Bacchus (the twice-born), Pan, and Pluto. The goddesses are Juno, Venus, Ceres, Diana, Minerva and Juventas.

An image of the Titan Saturn from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

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Jupiter or Zeus

An image of the god Jupiter or Zeus from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.
An image of the god Jupiter or Zeus from Keightley's Mythology, 1852. Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

An image of the god Jupiter or Zeus from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

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Neptune or Poseidon

An image of the god Neptune or Poseidon from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.
An image of the god Neptune or Poseidon from Keightley's Mythology, 1852. Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

An image of the god Neptune or Poseidon from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

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Pluto or Hades

An image of the god Pluto or Hades from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.
An image of the god Pluto or Hades from Keightley's Mythology, 1852. Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

An image of the god Pluto or Hades from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

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Cupid or Eros

An image of the god Cupid or Eros, from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.
An image of the god Cupid or Eros, from Keightley's Mythology, 1852. Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

An image of the god Cupid or Eros, from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

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Mars or Ares

An image of the god Mars or Ares from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.
An image of the god Mars or Ares from Keightley's Mythology, 1852. Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

An image of the god Mars or Ares from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

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Vulcan or Hephaestus

An image of the god Vulcan or Hephaestus from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.
An image of the god Vulcan or Hephaestus from Keightley's Mythology, 1852. Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

An image of the god Vulcan or Hephaestus from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

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Phoebus Apollo

An image of the god Phoebus Apollo from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.
An image of the god Phoebus Apollo from Keightley's Mythology, 1852. Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

An image of the god Phoebus Apollo from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

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Asculapius or Asclepius

An image of the god Phoebus Apollo's son Asculapius, from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.
An image of the god Phoebus Apollo's son Asculapius, from Keightley's Mythology, 1852. Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

An image of the god Phoebus Apollo's son Asculapius, from Keightley's Mythology, 1852. The Greeks worshiped Asclepius as a healing god.

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Mercury or Hermes

An image of the god Mercury or Hermes, from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.
An image of the god Mercury or Hermes, from Keightley's Mythology, 1852. Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

An image of the god Mercury or Hermes, from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

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Pan

An image of the god Pan, from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.
An image of the god Pan, from Keightley's Mythology, 1852. Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

An image of the god Pan, from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

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Bacchus or Dionysus

An image of the god Bacchus or Dionysus, from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.
An image of the god Bacchus or Dionysus, from Keightley's Mythology, 1852. Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

An image of the god Bacchus or Dionysus, from Keightley's Mythology, 1852.

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Juno or Hera

Juno: Goddesses From Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy.
Juno: Goddesses From Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy: for the Use of Schools. Juno or Hera
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Venus or Aphrodite

Venus: Goddesses From Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy.
Venus: Goddesses From Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy: for the Use of Schools. Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy: for the Use of Schools.
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Minerva or Athena

Minerva: Goddesses From Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy
Minerva: Goddesses From Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy: for the Use of Schools. Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy: for the Use of Schools.
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Ceres or Demeter

Ceres: Goddesses From Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy
Ceres: Goddesses From Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy: for the Use of Schools. Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy: for the Use of Schools.
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Diana or Artemis

Diana: Goddesses From Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy.
Diana: Goddesses From Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy: for the Use of Schools. Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy: for the Use of Schools.
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Juventas or Hebe

Juventas or Hebe: Goddesses From Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy
Juventas or Hebe: Goddesses From Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy: for the Use of Schools. Thomas Keightley's 1852 The Mythology of Ancient Greece and Italy: for the Use of Schools.

Keightley doesn't label this image. Identified by the symbolism of a "sleeveless" top, pouring ambrosia, and accompanied by the eagle-Zeus who replaced Hebe with Ganymede. Compare with Carlos Parada's Hebe.