AEGIS - 125 x 197
The word aegis is identified with protection by a strong force with its roots in Greek mythology. The aegis of Athena (interpreted as an animal skin or a shield) is referred to in several places in the Iliad. "It produced a sound as from a myriad roaring dragons (Iliad, 4.17) and was borne by Athena in battle."
HELIOS - 130 x 150
Helios was the deity and personification of the Sun in Greek mythology. In the Homeric Hymn to Helios, Helios is said to drive a golden chariot drawn by steeds, crossing the sky each day to earth-circling Oceanus and through the world-ocean returning to the East at night.
PARRHESIA - 140 x 177
Freedom of speech. In ancient Greek, parrhesia means 'saying something boldly and freely without leaving any doubt behind'. It involves not only the freedom of speech, but also implies the use of truth in speech or writing. It is a direct expression shown through words.
THEOREM - 140 x 160
The term 'theorem' was introduced by Euclid, meaning 'a statement that can be proved'. In mathematics, a theorem is an assertion that can be proved to be true through other statements already demonstrated.
GEOMETREIN 180 x 190
Geometrein (meaning 'earth measuring') is the original word for Geometry, a branch of mathematics that deals with deduction of properties, measurements and relationships of points, lines and angles.
HYPNOS - 170 x 170
In ancient greek means 'sleep'.
DYAD - 220 x 150
Something that consists of two elements or parts.
EROS - 210 x 190
Passion - Love
BASILEIA - 140 x 195 cm
Royalty. The citadel of Atlantis, as described by the Greek philosopher Plato in Critias. Also the name of one of the daughters of Uranus.
ALKE - 100 x 170
Prowess, courage, strength. Alke was the spirit and personification of the abstract concept of courage and battle-strength.
ELEUTHERIA - 130 x 130
An acient greek term for, and personification of, liberty.
KHRONOS - 125 x 185
Kronos is the personification of Time in pre-Socratic philosophy and later literature. Kronos (Chronos) governed linear time, contrasted with the other Greek word for time, kairos, meaning the indeterminate moment that is right for something to occur.
THAUMAS - 115 x 160
In ancient greek means wonder - amazement - attuned awakening to questioning. 'Thaumas' suggested a kind of inquisitiveness towards things unknown, a form of curiosity that was the driving force and origin for philosophy.
VENUS 190 x 150
Goddess whose functions encompassed love, beauty, desire, prosperity and victory.