The traditional goddesses of ancient cultures take on a New Age aspect in these 30 original drawings. Dynamic portraits of female deities range from the well-known Greek and Roman goddesses to legendary figures from Celtic, Norse, Egyptian, Mayan, Incan, African, Native American, and Asian cultures. ... read more
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The traditional goddesses of ancient cultures take on a New Age aspect in these 30 original drawings. Dynamic portraits of female deities range from the well-known Greek and Roman goddesses to legendary figures from Celtic, Norse, Egyptian, Mayan, Incan, African, Native American, and Asian cultures. A brief caption identifies each goddess.
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