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Greco-Roman Wall Reliefs - Page 1


Greek Warrior Stele
Greek Warrior Stele
Hang this refined and dignified homage to this Greek Warrior. Made from compound stone, grey wash finish, ready to hang, 13"W x 2"D x 28"H. G-018S1-1135
Greek Warrior in Helmet Stele Wall Relief - Next Delivery Sept 09

Themis relief, Greek Goddess of Justice
Themis relief, Greek Goddess of Justice

Themis was the Titan goddess of divine law and order - the traditional rules of conduct first established by the Greek gods. She was also a prophetic goddess who presided over the most ancient of the earthly oracles, including the shrine of Delphi. In this role, she was the divine voice who first instructed mankind in the primal laws of justice and morality, such as the precepts of piety, the rules of hospitality, good governance, conduct of assembly, and pious offerings to the gods. In Greek, the word themis meant divine law, rules established by custom and tradition. Unlike the word nomos, the term was never used to describe laws established by human decree. Themis was an early bride of Zeus and his prime counsellor. She was often represented seated beside his throne advising him on the precepts of divine law and the rules of fate. Themis was closely identified with Demeter in her role as the Thesmophoros (Law Bringer). Themis was also identified with Gaia (Earth) especially in the role of earthly oracle of the prophetic voice of earth itself. Made from cultured marble, measures 16"H x 11"W. G-037S1-168
Themis Relief, Greek Goddess of Justice


Greek Wrestlers Relief
Greek Wrestlers Relief


In ancient Greece, wrestling occupied a prominent place in legend and literature; wrestling competition, brutal in many aspects, was the supreme contest of the Olympic Games. The ancient Romans borrowed heavily from Greek wrestling, but eliminated much of its brutality. Wrestling to the Greeks was not only part of a soldier's training regimen, but also a part of everyday life. Youth did not only learn grammar, rhetoric, and mathematics, but young men also went through physical training which consisted of dancing and the art of wrestling. Boys were paired up and learned the art of wrestling in their master's palaestra, or private exercise court built onto the house of a schoolmaster, under the supervision of their instructor. The Greek recognized wrestling as a means of development of grace and symmetry in a vigorous activity that demands a high degree of skill and physical fitness. In ancient times, the awards were not medals but a sacred olive tree wreath. The competition was open to all Greek men who were not slaves. They could also be of any social status.

Made from cultured marble, measures 31.5"W x 12.5"H. G-045S1-1133
Greek Wrestlers Wall Relief


Hercules Fighting the Nemean Lion Wall Plaque
Hercules Fighting the Nemean Lion Wall Relief
Hercules was the son of Zeus, the Greek God, and Alcmene, a mortal woman, making Hercules half human/ half god. Hera, Zeus's wife was not pleased that Zeus had cheated on her with a mortal woman, so at every chance, she would try to kill or drive Hercules insane. In doing so, Hercules was forced to perform 12 labors for Eurystheus, the king of Tiryns and Mycenae. The first of his twelve labors involved him bringing back the skin of a ferocious lion named the Nemean Lion. Hercules tracked down the beast and cornered it in a cave. Shown on this wall hanging is Hercules struggling with the beast. Made from compound stone with an antique stone finish, this wall plaque measures 11"H. G-019S1-150
Hercules Fighting the Nemean Lion Wall Relief

Oedipus and the Sphinx Greek Roman Wall Hanging
Oedipus and the Sphinx Wall Hanging
The Sphinx terrorized the Greek inhabitants of the city Thebes. The Sphinx would destroy anyone who would not answer it's riddles. Oedipus one day on his travels meets the Sphinx and is asked, "Which animal has one voice, but two, three or four feet being slowest on three?" Oedipus answers correctly, by saying, "Man". Made from compound stone in an antique stone finish, this beautiful Greco / Roman wall relief measures 12.5"H x 10.5"W. G-003S1-150
Oedipus and the Sphinx Wall Hanging

Dionysus on a Donkey Greek Wall Relief
Dionysos on a Donkey Greek Wall Plaque
Dionysus or Bacchus was the Greek God of wine, poetry, and fertility. You can call upon this god by using a bull-roarer or by shouting, "Io! Evoe! Io! Evoe!" Calling upon Dionysus would bring about lust, sex magic, fertility, inspiration, creativity, healing, liberation, spiritual illumination, spiritual redemption, shape-shifting, surviving mental illness, and discovering all that is wild within you. Made from compound stone in an antique stone finish, this fun Greco / Roman wall hanging measures 11.5"H x 10.5"W. G-002S1-143
Dionysos on a Donkey Greek Wall Hanging

three graces wall hanging
Three Graces Attendants of Aphrodite Wall Hanging Relief
As constant attendants of Aphrodite (Venus), the Three Graces are young, beautiful, modest personifications of gracefulness. This wall hanging is reproduced at the exact size of the original in the Louvre, Paris. Made from compound stone, grey finish wth a faint yellow wash (very lovely), ready to hang, 16"H x 14.5"W, 13 lbs. G-067S1-1102
Three Graces Greek Wall Relief

Relief of Louvre Three Graces 31"H GRANDE for Indoor and Outdoor
This wall hanging relief fragment is reproduced after the original (c. 1st century BC) in the Louvre Museum, Paris. Made from reinforced interior / exterior resin, ready to hang, antique stone finish, 29"W x 4.5"D x 31"H, made to order, allow 3-4 weeks. TAL2211-1396
Three Graces Wall Relief for Indoor or Outdoor - 31H
three graces relief

Bacchantes / Maenads Dancing Frieze Wall Relief
Bacchantes / Maenads Dancing Frieze Wall Relief
The Bacchantes or Maenads (women followers) frenzied with wine who rushed through woods and mountains swept away in a fierce ecstasy. They celebrated his orgies with drunkenness, nakedness, singing and sacramental feasting. The Gods of Olympus loved order and beauty in their sacrifices and their temples. The madwomen, the Bacchantes, had no temples so they went to the wilderness to worship. Made from interior / exterior resin, white with gray wash finish, ready to hang, 37”W x 1”D x 17”H, est. 23 lbs. Special Order. 47601-1189
Bacchantes Dancing Maidens Wall Hanging Frieze

Laurel Wreath Ancient Victory Symbol Wall Hanging
The laurel wreath has been given to great scholars, artists, soldiers, Roman emperors and victorious athletes, since the times of Ancient Greeks. Its use originated with the Pythian Games, a Panhellenic festival in honor of Apollo. The laurel tree had been part of the mythology around the god Apollo from the famous story of his pursuit of Daphne. When Apollo annoyed Eros (Cupid) by suggesting that his iron arrows were mightier than Eros' golden arrows, Eros pierced Apollo with the golden arrow and Daphne with the iron arrow. Apollo fell hopelessly in love with Daphne and Daphne became repelled by Apollo. When Apollo pursued her endlessly, she asked for help and was turned into a laurel tree. Distraught, Apollo wore a wreath on his head made from laurel leaves.

Our laurel wreath is designed hanging on the wall by the hoop at top. It is made from metal, gold finish, 8"H x 7.25"W x 1"D. 65341-115.95
Laurel Wreath Ancient Victory Symbol Wall Hanging

Laurel Wreath Ancient Victory Symbol Wall Hanging

Athena with Shield and Sword Wall Hanging Relief
The Greeks built the Parthenon for her, but she is ready to guard your sacred domicile. Athena--as goddess of wisdom, skills and warfare--was one of the twelve Olympians who assembled on Olympus with their own society, laws, and hierarchy. Here in this relief fragment (c. 450-420 BC) from the Parthenon in Athens, she is depicted wearing her traditional helmet and carrying her spear and shield. To the left of her helmet is her name spelled out in Greek lettering. Made from compound stone, grey stone finish, ready to hang, 11”H, 4.8 lbs. G-005S1-155

View sculptures of Athena
Athena the Warrior Wearing Helmet Relief

athena sword shield

athena Contemplating Wall Relief
Athena Contemplating Wall Relief
Here in this relief fragment (c. 470 BC) from the Acropolis in Athens, Athena / Minerva is depicted wearing her traditional helmet while leaning over in deep contemplation. Made from compound stone, with an antique finish, measures 17"H x10"W, weighs 15 pounds, and is ready to hang. G-013S1-183
Athena Contemplative Greek Wall Relief

Julius Caesar Relief
Julius Caesar was a brilliant general and statesman who had a profound impact on history. Between 58 and 50 B.C. he conquered the Gauls in northern Europe, greatly adding to the size and influence of the Roman empire. Following a civil war, he became Rome’s dictator and enacted many needed reforms which helped ensure the success of Rome for centuries to come. This lightweight relief is made from interior/exterior foam resin in a antique with ochre wash finish. Ready to hang, this relief measures 13.5”H x 10.25”W x 2.5”L. 44831-131.50
View Busts of Julius Caesar
Julius Caesar Roman Wall Relief
julius caesar relief

The Hippocratic Oath Wall Hanging
The Hippocratic Oath Wall Hanging
Hippocrates (460-377 B.C.) was a Greek Physician who is called the Father of Medicine. His work on epidemics, public health, and the importance of diet in treatment of disease was used in teaching medicine for centuries. He is best remembered as the reputed author of the Hippocratic Oath, that still remains today as the basis of the medical code of ethics. It embodies the duties and obligations expected of those who wish to enter the practice of medicine. This wall hanging is made from compound stone with an antique stone finish. It measures 12.5”H x 6”W. G-014S1-148
Hippocratic Oath Wall Hanging Greek Physician who is called the Father of Medicine

Nike Relief Greek Goddess of Victory from Acropolis
nike relief
nike relief
Grande: 37"H x 21"W x 5”D
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Nike from Acropolis Greek Relief from Acropolis
Medium: 15”H x 10”W
4079_151-149
Nike from Acropolis Greek Relief from Acropolis
AT LEFT: GRANDE - Add this GRANDE NIKE RELIEF to your HOME or GARDEN! This relief illustrates the Goddess Nike from the Temple of Athena Nike, Acropolis, Athens, c. 410 BC (High Classical Period). Now housed in the Parthenon Museum in Athens, she is the illustrious Goddess of Victory who guided many Greek warriors to victory in their battles with the Trojans and Spartans. She was well-respected and frequently depicted on reliefs, pottery, and as sculptures. The artist Phidias (500-432 BC) created this relief as well as much of the sculpture and statuary from the Acropolis. Made from interior / exterior lightweight foam resin, hanging mount on back, white with subtle ochre, 37"H x 21"W x 5”D, easy to hang at 16 lbs. PN# 4079

AT RIGHT: MEDIUM - Made from reinforced plaster, ready to hang, white with ochre wash, 9.25”W x 15” x 2”D, 5 lbs. PN# 4079_15


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