Diana, Goddess of the Moon, Huntress, and guardian of light, mountains, and woodlands and all who dwell within. Once a sacrificial mating goddess, she later became an eternal virgin, and still later, "The Goddess of the Witches." She is the Greek equivalent of Artemis. Mother of Aradia, (sometimes recorded as Herodias.)
In modern times, she is understood as the Goddess of strong, independent women. While she might enjoy a man, (or a woman) she does notneedone. She is complete and content in herself and her life.
Artist Oberon Zell's exquisite modern interpretation of Diana was inspired by the final scene in the Pastorale portion of Walt Disney's "Fantasia." Night has fallen and the Maiden Huntress steps out onto a silvery cloud. Bending the crescent bow of the new moon in her hands, she fires a meteoric arrow that steaks across the starry night sky.
One of the most enduring of the great Classical Goddesses, Diana is the Roman name for the Greek Goddess Artemis. Diana is a lunar divinity dedicated to the waxing crescent. She has many titles: Maiden Huntress, Mistress of the Beasts, Queen of the Night, and Lady of the Grove.
Approximately Dimension: 5 1/2" x 2 1/4" x 7 1/2"
Made of High-Quality Cold Cast Resin
Hand Painted and Polished
Inspired by artist Oberon Zell
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