Goddesses

Some articles on goddesses:

Sellisternium
... or solisternium was a ritual banquet for goddesses in the Ancient Roman religion ... of the Greek theoxenias, and was considered an appropriately "greek" form of rite for some Roman goddesses thought to have been originally Greek, or with clearly Greek counterparts ... In the sellisternium, the attending goddesses sat on chairs or benches (in Latin, sellae), usually in the company of exclusively female hosts and guests ...
Tutu (Egyptian God)
... Other goddesses in the same aspect were named as Mut, Sekhmet, Nekhbet and Bastet ... It was his role to slay demons sent out by "dangerous goddesses" other sons of these goddesses performed the same function ...
Apollo Archetype - Description
... in them as well, just as I found that when I spoke about goddesses men could identify a part of themselves with a specific goddess ... Gods and goddesses represent different qualities in the human psyche ... of Greek deities together, male and female, exist as archetypes in us all… There are gods and goddesses in every person." ...
Alexandrus - The Judgment of Paris
... the fairest" — into the party, provoking a squabble among the attendant goddesses over for whom it had been meant ... The goddesses thought to be the most beautiful were Hera, Athena, and Aphrodite, and each one claimed the apple ... Escorted by Hermes, the three goddesses bathed in the spring of Mount Ida and approached Paris as he herded his cattle ...

Famous quotes containing the word goddesses:

    The apple tree has been celebrated by the Hebrews, Greeks, Romans, and Scandinavians. Some have thought that the first human pair were tempted by its fruit. Goddesses are fabled to have contended for it, dragons were set to watch it, and heroes were employed to pluck it.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)