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Is the Artemision Bronze Zeus or Poseidon?

Is the Artemision Bronze Zeus or Poseidon?

According to most scholars, the bronze represents Zeus, the thunder-god and king of gods, though it has also been suggested it might represent Poseidon. The statue is slightly over lifesize at 209 cm, and would have held either a thunderbolt, if Zeus, or a trident if Poseidon.

Where is the jockey of artemision?

On display in the National Archaeological Museum of Athens, the Jockey of Artemision is a rare survivor.

What does the Artemision Bronze represent?

The Artemision Bronze represents either Zeus, the ancient Greek king of the gods of Mount Olympus, or possibly Poseidon, the god of the Sea. This sculpture is a rare, ancient Greek bronze sculpture that was recovered from the sea off Cape Artemision, Greece.

Who is the artist of Artemision Bronze?

Many believe that it was made by the great sculptor Kalamis (Calamis), thought to be an Athenian who worked principally in Asia Minor. Another possibility is that one of the students of Kalamis made the Bronze.

What happened to the statue of Poseidon?

The statue of Poseidon is today displayed in the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.

Where do you take Hades horse?

You can either return the horse to Persephone, deliver it to Adonis, or allow the blind man to keep it. This decision will change the dialogue and the objectives you receive for the rest of the quest, so make sure to think about your decision carefully.

What is the Zeus of artemision made of?

bronze statue
The Zeus of Artemision is a rather grand bronze statue that serves as an example of fifth century sculpture like the Diskobolos. It was recovered from a Roman shipwreck near Cape Artemesion in 1928 which means that the Romans most likely intended to transport it from Greece to Rome but apparently failed in doing so.

Where is statue of Poseidon?

the National Archaeological Museum
The statue of Poseidon is today displayed in the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.

Where is the giant Poseidon statue?

The Statue of Poseidon was a gigantic marble statue of the Greek god Poseidon on the Island of Triton, counted as part of Samos. During the Peloponnesian War, the Spartan misthios Kassandra visited the statue at the request of the Athenian sculptor Phidias to find a symbol.

Should I let the blind man keep the horse?

Allow Mulios To Keep The Horse This choice is up to you, but allowing Mulios to keep the horse is the least exciting option in terms of dialogue; however, it’s also the easiest since you won’t have to take the horse to either of the other characters.

Should I give the horse to Persephone?

The first quest where you have to make a decision is “Dark Horse”. Here, you must choose whether the old man can keep the horse, whether to get rid of it for Persephone, or give it to Adonis. We chose to give it to Adonis, and afterwards you can go and intimidate the stable boy so Persephone doesn’t know.