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Janus-Head Flask/ century AD/ eastern mediterranean/ glass, 3 in. Paul Getty Museum/ the god Janus has two faces, one looking back at the past, and one looking forward towards the future History Of Glass, Getty Museum, Roman Art, 1st Century, Stained Glass Designs, Greek Art, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Romans, Art History

Lessons from the Romans on Getting the New Year Off to a Good Start

Janus, Roman god of doorways and beginnings, is the origin of many New Year's customs.

“The perfect ⁠coin: Commodus (assassinated on this day in 192 AD) depicted as Janus, god of new beginnings and transitions; the two faces of Janus look both to the future and the past. May the be an ‘Optimus Maximus’ decade for you all! Antique Coins, Old Coins, Rare Coins, Ancient Roman Coins, Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Roman Gods, Greek Gods And Goddesses, Coin Worth

The emperor Commodus portrayed as the god Janus ... Fitting for a man assassinated on New Years Day

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This new month was named January after Janus, the Roman god of beginnings and endings. January was formed from the root words Janus and arius (meaning "pertaining to"). Hence January means "pertaining to Janus. Greek Mythology Tattoos, Greek And Roman Mythology, Ancient Romans, Ancient Art, Roman Gods, Roman Art, Janus, Body Drawing, Two Faces

What Has January Got in Common with Two-Faced Janus?

This new month was named January after Janus, the Roman god of beginnings and endings. January was formed from the root words Janus and arius (meaning "pertaining to"). Hence January means "pertaining to Janus."

Natasa Ilincic ~ Janus Bifrons, Roman god of ends and new beginnings. Graphite on paper. God Tattoos, Body Art Tattoos, Roman Gods, Janus, Green Art, Symbolic Tattoos, Gods And Goddesses, Archetypes, Cool Drawings

Janus Bifrons by NatasaIlincic on DeviantArt

Janus Bifrons, Roman god of ends and new beginnings. Graphite on paper. ~ Welcome 2017, be kinder to us all. *** [Facebook • Tumbrl&nbsp... Janus Bifrons

Janus - the Roman god - mythology corrupted the legend of Noah into worship of him as Oannes, the fish-man god and also as Janus, the god who could look back (to the pre-flood world) and forward (to the post-flood world) Roman Gods, Biblical Art, Black Gift Boxes, Janus, Two Faces, Vanitas, Praise And Worship, Greek Gods, Book Of Shadows

Katemi Plaque -Mythology-Janus

Katemi Plaques are a handmade collectible decor line emphasizing the diverse aspects of culture and civilization. They are sustained by research and documentation. Since they are handmade, each item is unique, an original work of art, and a collectible treasure. Katemi Plaques can be displayed alone or they can be grouped in several different arrangements, depending on the decorating space, need and general interest of the displayer. No framing is required. New items are added regularly to…

Obols: An Excessively Rare Greek Silver Diobol Attributed to an Uncertain Polis in Cilicia, with a Rare Depiction of a Three-Faced Head by Ancient Art Bullion Coins, Silver Bullion, Coin Art, Janus, Rare Coins, North Africa, Coin Collecting, Ancient Art, Silver Coins

G460 An Excessively Rare Greek Silver Diobol Attributed to an Uncertain Polis in Cilicia, with a Rare Depiction of a Three-Faced Head

CILICIA, Uncertain. 4th century BC. AR Diobol (10mm, 1.41 g, 12h). Janiform heads, the left bearded / Head of Bes. Cf. Göktürk 37 (obol); SNG France -; cf. SNG Levante 201-2 (obols); SNG von Aulock -. Good VF, toned. Extremely rare as a diobol. Ex Prof. James C. Brindley Collection (Baldwin’s 34, 13 October 2003), lot 464. CNG87, 598

Janus and the four parts of the world. Augustine, La Cité de Dieu, The Hague, MMW 10 A circa 1475 Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Illuminated Letters, Illuminated Manuscript, Ancient Astronomy, North And South, Tarot, City Of God, Fable

Janus as an image with four faces (three of which are visible) called the double Janus, looking at the four parts of the world (East, West, North and South) | c. 1475 East is shown at the top of the map of the world.

Janus - the Roman god - mythology corrupted the legend of Noah into worship of him as Oannes, the fish-man god and also as Janus, the god who could look back (to the pre-flood world) and forward (to the post-flood world) Roman Gods, Biblical Art, Black Gift Boxes, Janus, Two Faces, Vanitas, Praise And Worship, Greek Gods, Book Of Shadows

Katemi Plaque -Mythology-Janus

Katemi Plaques are a handmade collectible decor line emphasizing the diverse aspects of culture and civilization. They are sustained by research and documentation. Since they are handmade, each item is unique, an original work of art, and a collectible treasure. Katemi Plaques can be displayed alone

IMPERIO ROMANO: EL DIOS JANO Greek Gods And Goddesses, Coin Art, Capricorn And Aquarius, Book Of Shadows, Archetypes, T Rex, Mythical Creatures, Occult, Mythology

EL DIOS JANO

Jano , en la mitología romana, dios de las puertas y también de los comienzos, que según los romanos aseguraba buenos finales. Su princ...

The god Janus, beardless, Roman coin; in the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris Tiefling Paladin, God Tattoos, Roman Gods, Roman Republic, Wolf Moon, Greek Gods, Ancient Rome, Pictogram, Gods And Goddesses

Janus | Myth, Meaning, & Facts

Janus, in Roman religion, the animistic spirit of doorways (januae) and archways (jani). The worship of Janus traditionally dated back to Romulus and a period even before the actual founding of the city of Rome. Janus was represented by a double-faced head.

Janus means “archway” in Latin. Janus was the Roman god of gateways and beginnings, often depicted as having two faces looking in opposite directions. The month of January is named for him. Profile Drawing, God Tattoos, Babylon The Great, Roman Gods, Worship The Lord, Connect The Dots, Two Faces, New Year Celebration, Ancient Romans

New Years Resolution

Kayla Rudd, Purdue University student, English Education Senior, and Employee of Purdue University's Division of Financial Aid www.purdue.edu/mymoney With the New Year nearing people start contemplating New Year Resolutions, but why? Why are people inclined to create these resolutions at the beginning of each year? History reveals multiple facets of the generated idea of the…