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Sculptures of Nike were extremely common in Ancient Greece and used both in secular public spaces of many categories as well as in the temples of other gods.
She was often seen as a miniature sculpture in the hand of Athena and Zeus. Nike was also depicted with famous athletes, symbolizing their victories.
In public places as well as temples, she was depicted in sculpture to commemorate victories in war and competitions. While Nike was often depicted in sculpture and often included in the cults of other gods, particularly Zeus and Athena, only a few sanctuaries dedicated solely to her are mentioned.
Pausanias noted that there was an altar solely to Nike in Olympia close to the altar of Zeus Purifier,  and he also noted the temple of Nike in Athens: "On the right of the gateway [of the Akropolis Acropolis in Athens] is a temple of Nike Apteron Wingless.
Nike is seen with wings in most statues and paintings, with one of the most famous being the Winged Victory of Samothrace in the Louvre. Most other winged deities in the Greek pantheon had shed their wings by Classical times.
Nike was a very close acquaintance of Athena , and is thought to have stood in Athena's outstretched hand in the statue of Athena located in the Parthenon.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Goddess of victory in Greek mythology. Robert Graves popularised the triad of "Maiden" or "Virgin" , "Mother" and "Crone", and while this idea did not rest on sound scholarship, his poetic inspiration has gained a tenacious hold.
Considerable variation in the precise conceptions of these figures exists, as typically occurs in Neopaganism and indeed in pagan religions in general.
Some choose to interpret them as three stages in a woman's life, separated by menarche and menopause. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Feminine or female deity. For other uses, see Goddess disambiguation. Further information: Polytheism. Main articles: Assyro-Babylonian religion and Sumerian religion.
Main article: Netjeret. Further information: The Hebrew Goddess. See also: Proto-Indo-European religion.
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Main article: God and gender in Hinduism. Further information: Devi and Shakti. Further information: The Hebrew Goddess and Shekhinah. Main articles: Marian veneration and Sophia wisdom.
Main article: Feminist theology. Main article: Goddess movement. Main article: Thealogy. Religion portal. The Encyclopedia of World Religions Rev.
New York: Facts on File. Text: goddesses Female deities. Daily Life in Ancient Mesopotamia. Daily Life. Papers of from the Institute of Archaeology.
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Cesara Publications. Like all the muses, Clio is the daughter of Zeus and the Titaness Mnemosyne. The spirit and personification of hope.
Hope was usually seen as an extension to suffering by the Greek, not as a god. Minor goddess of war and destruction, the companion and lover of the war god Ares and connected to Eris.
The primal Greek goddess of the Earth. Primordial goddess of the day, daytime and daylight. Daughter to Erebus and Nyx the goddess of night.
Also one of the Hesperides. Goddess of good health, cleanliness, and sanitation.