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Gathered up here are miscellaneous Goddess works, in various art styles and from different time periods, including the recent commissions and the pieces I've done as the monthly Goddess by Request through my Patreon.

Abundantia The Roman Goddess of abundance.

Achvizr An Etruscan Goddess or spirit, possibly of health.

Aegeria The Roman Goddess of the Spring at Lake Nemi, keeper of sacred knowledge.

Aeternitas The Roman Goddess of eternal Time.

Allani The Hittite's Sun Goddess of the Earth.

Amaunet The ancient Egyptian Goddess of hidden power or air.

Ameretat The Zoroastrian Amesha Spenta or Divinity of immortality and plant life.

Amphitrite The Greek Goddess of the sea.

Angitia An Oscan healing Goddess associated with snakes, Who is related to the Bona Dea of Rome.

Angrboða A Norse jötunn (giantess) Who is the mother of Hel.

Anuket The Goddess of the Nile River in the region of the First Cataract.

Aphrodite and Ares The Greek Goddess of Love, with Her favorite lover, Ares, the God of war.

Aphrodite of Aphrodisias Aphrodite as syncretized to an Anatolian Goddess.

Arab Triple Goddess Al-Uzza, Allat, and Menat of Arabia, worshipped by the Nabateans and Sabaeans of Yemen, among others.

Arduinna The Gaulish Goddess of the Ardennes Forest.

Ārohirohi The Maori Goddess of mirages.

Artemis Brauronia Springtime aspect of Artemis as protectress of young children and animals, Who is especially associated with bears.

Artemis of Ephesos I The old Anatolian Great Goddess, with Her many breasts.

Artemis of Ephesos II Another painting of Anatolian Artemis.

Artio Bear Goddess of continental Europe.

Asherah Mother Goddess of the ancient Hebrews, associated with the Tree of Life.

Astarte The Near Eastern Great Goddess.

Atargatis The Syrian Goddess of Love, War, and Fertility.

Atargatis Another Atargatis.

Athena Glaukopis Bright or Owl-Eyed Athena.

Baba Yaga The Slavic Old Hag of the Forest.

Bastet I The ancient Egyptian Cat Goddess.

Bastet II Another Bastet.

Bat The very ancient Egyptian Celestial Cow.

Baubo The Greek Goddess of bawdy mirth.

Boann The Goddess of the Boyne River of Ireland.

Branwen Welsh Goddess, associated with birds.

Brighid I The Irish Goddess of fire, smithcraft, poetry, and healing.

Brighid II Another Brighid.

Brighid III And another!

Brizo A Greek Sea Goddess Who grants prophetic dreams.

The Cailleach The blue-faced Hag of the Celtic lands.

Cathubodua The Gaulish Raven of Battle.

Ceres I The Roman grain Goddess.

Ceres II Another depiction of Ceres, the Roman Goddess of the grain.

ClĂ­odhna Irish Queen of the Banshees.

Coventina A Celtic water Goddess of northern Britain.

Demeter The Greek Goddess of agriculture as a poppy Goddess.

Diana The ancient Roman Goddess of women and the Moon.

Durga Hindu Goddess of battle Who was the only one Who could kill the buffalo-demon Mahisa, because She was a woman.

Dziewanna The Slavic Goddess of the wild wood.

Eileithyia The Greek Goddess of childbirth and midwives.

Ekhidna Greek Mother of Monsters.

Elpis The Greek Goddess of hope.

Eostre I The Germanic Goddess of springtime and the full moon.

Eostre II Another depiction of Eostre.

Epona The continental Celtic horse Goddess, Who was so popular with the otherwise anti-Celtic Romans they adopted Her into their festival calender.

Erato Muse of erotic or love poetry.

Ereshkigal Sumerian Underworld Goddess Who is Inanna's older sister.

Eris The Greek Goddess of strife and discord.

Euterpe Muse of lyric poetry.

Flora The Roman Goddess of flowers and flowering plants.

Freyja The Norse Goddess of love, beauty, and battle.

Frigg The Norse Queen of the Gods.

Goewin Welsh sovereignty Goddess.

Gün Ana A Turkic Sun Goddess.

Gorgyra A Greek nymph of the Underworld.

Grandmother Spider Native American creator Goddess.

Hathor of Gold The ancient Egyptian Goddess of celebration, dance, fertility, and women.

Hekate The Greek Goddess of magic and the Moon.

Hekate of the Crossroads Hekate as witch Goddess.

Hel The Norse Underworld Goddess.

Hera The Greek Queen of the Gods.

Hera of Samos Pillar Goddess form of Anatolian Hera.

Holda Germanic Goddess of flax, spinning, and winter.

Idunna The Norse Goddess of youth.

Inanna Sumerian Queen of heaven and Ereshkigal's little sister.

Io One of the ancient Greek Moon Goddesses.

Iris The Greek Goddess of the rainbow.

Isis The Great Goddess of ancient Egypt.

Ix Chel The Maya Goddess of the Moon, rainbow, and weaving.

Juno The Roman Great Goddess.

Kali The Dark Mother of India Who both creates and destroys.

Kalliope The leader of the Muses, and Muse of epic poetry.

Khione The Greek Goddess of snow.

Klio Muse of history Who grants fame.

Kostroma Russian Earth Goddess Who awakens springtime.

Kurukulla A Tibetan Goddess of fierce love, sometimes considered one of the Taras.

Laverna I The Roman Goddess of thieves and robbers.

Laverna II Another of Laverna, Roman robber Goddess.

Lethe The Greek Goddess of the Underworld river of oblivion.

Libertas The Roman Goddess of liberty and freedom.

Ma'at The Ancient Egyptian Goddess of truth, righteousness, justice, and being whole.

Mama Killa The Inca Moon Goddess.

Mawu Fon Moon Goddess and Creatrix.

Medb Irish sovereignty Goddess.

Melissa Ancient Greek honey and bee Goddess.

Melpomene Muse of tragedy.

Metis The Greek Goddess of cunning and counsel.

Minerva The Roman Goddess of crafts and war.

Mokosh The Russian and Slavic Earth Goddess.

Morgan Great Sorceress and Queen of the Faeries in Arthurian lore.

The Mórrígan I Irish Goddess of battle, death and sexuality.

The Mórrígan II Another depiction of the Irish triple Goddess of war and battle.

The Muses Old pen and ink drawing of the nine Greek Goddesses of inspiration, Kalliope, Klio, Polyhymnia, Euturpe, Erato, Terpsikhore, Ourania, Melpomene and of course Thalia.

Naga Kanya Serpent Goddess of the East.

Nana Buluku The West African Goddess Who created the Cosmos.

Nanshe The Sumerian Goddess of the Sea and marshlands.

Nantosuelta The continental Celtic raven Goddess of happy domesticity.

Nehalennia The Celtic or Germanic Goddess of seafarers.

Nikkal The Sumerian Goddess of fruits.

Ninhursag The Sumerian Lady of the Sacred Mountain.

Ourania Muse of astronomy.

Pallas Athena Athena as a warlike storm Goddess, shown wearing the aigis as a thundercloud.

Pandia A Greek Goddess of light, daughter of Selene the Moon Goddess.

Persephone I The Maiden Queen of the Underworld.

Persephone II Another depiction of Persephone.

Polyhymnia The Muse of sacred song.

Psykhe The Greek Goddess of the soul.

Qadesh The Holy One of Ancient Egypt.

Ran Norse Sea Goddess Who drowns men in Her nets.

Rhiannon The Welsh horse Goddess, originally done for Sage Woman magazine.

Sedna The Inuit Goddess of the Deep Sea.

Selene The Roman Moon Goddess.

Serqet Ancient Egyptian Goddess of scorpions and poisons.

Shahmaran The ancient Queen of the Serpents of Turkish and Kurdish folklore.

The Shekinah Kabbalistic feminine Divine Presence.

Sinann The Goddess of the Shannon River in Ireland.

Sirtur The Sumerian Goddess of sheep.

Sthenno One of the three sister Gorgones of Greek myth.

Sulis British Celtic Goddess of the hot springs at Bath, England.

Syn A Norse Goddess Who guards the door to Frigga's hall.

Tanit The Carthaginian Great Goddess.

Taweret The ancient Egyptian hippopotamus Goddess.

Terpsikhore Muse of dance and choral song.

Thalia I Muse of Comedy and one of the three Graces.

Thalia II Another version of Thalia, the Muse of comedy.

Tiamat The Sumerian Goddess of the primeval waters.

Tisiphone One of the three sister Erinyes.

Tlazolteotl The Aztec Filth Goddess.

The Two Queens Demeter and Despoine as the Mother and Her grown daughter.

Venus The Roman Goddess of love and gardens.

The Goddess of Willendorf The ancient and most holy Goddess of women.

Yemanja Brazilian Candomblé aspect of the Yoruba Goddess of the waters.

Tanit, the Dea Caelestis of Carthage, acrylic on paper 2016.