AGATHON - 160 x 170
A person with good character, brave and noble in spirit. The ideal of human perfection uniting beauty and strong moral values (aesthetics and ethics).
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
AETHER - 180 x 180
Quintessence, the material that fills the region of the universe above the terrestrial sphere.
MATHEIN - 180 x 170
To learn, acquisition of knowledge.
THEXINOE - 195 x 175
One of the five muses. Thelxis means to charm, to captivate. Enchantment of the mind.
ONEIRI - 224 x 150
'Oneiric' describes things related to dreams. 'Oneiri' were various gods and demigods that ruled over dreams.
EUMENIDES - 150 x 150
Balance, justice, the mind. Also the final play of the Oresteia, called 'The Eumenides', that illustrates how a sequence of events in the trilogy ends up in the development of social order and a proper judicial system in Athenian society.
NUMENA - 200 x 180
The 'thinkable'. Numena is a term for the power of either a deity or a spirit that is present in places and objects, an influence perceptible by mind but not by senses.
METIS - 150 x 180
The greek word 'metis' meant a quality that combined wisdom and cunning. This quality was considered to be highly admirable in the Mycenaean era.
PHRONESIS - 200 x 150
'Practical Wisdom'. The habit of making the right decision and taking the right action in context. The relentless pursuit of excellence for the common good.
NOETON - 200 x 160
Plato - "Noeton" means “to think with consciousness” and derives from the word “nous” which means to intellect (mind/reason) or to have intelligence.
VENUS 190 x 150
Goddess whose functions encompassed love, beauty, desire, prosperity and victory.
DUNAMIS - 190 x 135
Moral power and excellence of soul. In ancient Greek it is the philosophical concept of potentiality and actuality.