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Casts showing demeter

Cast No. D043
D043
Demeter stands at the left, holding a sceptre. She gives corn (added in bronze or gold) to the young Triptolemos, who will teach mankind the art of agriculture. Persephone stands at the right, holding a torch.
Cast No. A013
A013
Council of the gods during the Trojan War. From left to right: Ares, Aphrodite or Eos (?), Artemis, Apollo, Zeus, Athena, Hera, Demeter or Thetis.
Cast No. B120
B120
Female head, possibly Persephone.
Cast No. A043
A043
Girl running.
Cast No. D086
D086
At the top are Acheloos (a river-god), Hermes, three nymphs, and Pan. Below, a hero leading a horse approaches Demeter and Persephone.
Cast No. B142
B142
Fragment of a himation, decorated with relief figures, from a statue of Demeter.
The statue was part of a group of Artemis, Despoina, Demeter and Anytos.
For the head of Artemis see B143; for the head of Demeter see B144; for the head of Anytos see B145.
Cast No. D048
D048
Demeter and Persephone.
Cast No. C062
C062
A goddess, perhaps Demeter or Hera, wearing a peplos and veil.
Cast No. A086d
A086d
Demeter holding a long torch, and Ares holding a spear (mainly painted).
Cast No. B119
B119
Demeter seated on a throne.
Cast No. B145
B145
Head of a statue of Anytos.
The statue was part of a group of Artemis, Despoina, Demeter and Anytos.
For the head of Artemis see B143; for the head of Demeter see B144.
Cast No. B144
B144
Head of Demeter.
The statue was part of a group of Artemis, Despoina, Demeter and Anytos.
For the head of Artemis see B143; for the head of Anytos see B145.
Cast No. B112
B112
Female head.
Cast No. C070
C070
Veiled female figure, possibly Demeter.
Cast No. C192
C192
A woman or goddess, possibly Demeter.
Cast No. B080
B080
Female head.
Cast No. C194
C194
Female statuette (Persephone?)
Cast No. B143
B143
Head of Artemis.
The statue was part of a group of Artemis, Despoina, Demeter and Anytos.
For the head of Demeter see B144; for the head of Anytos see B145.

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