Who are the 3 goddesses? They are, from left to right, the goddess Juno, queen of the gods; Venus, goddess of beauty and love; and Minerva, goddess of wisdom, the arts, and war.) While these sculptures are inspired by works from ancient Greece and Rome, they were actually made in the 1770s.
Who is the Celtic Triple Goddess? The triple goddess Cliodna or Cleena was known as ‘Cliodna of the Fair Hair’ was an Irish and Scottish deity of great beauty and the Otherworld. As one of the three daughters of the chief druid of Manannan the ‘lord of the sea’ she was also a sea goddess.
Is Hecate the triple goddess? Hecate was represented as single-formed, clad in a long robe, holding burning torches; in later representations she was triple-formed, with three bodies standing back-to-back, probably so that she could look in all directions at once from the crossroads. She was accompanied by packs of barking dogs.
What does the goddess symbolize? This includes themes of spinning, weaving, beauty, love, sexuality, motherhood, domesticity, creativity, and fertility (exemplified by the ancient mother goddess cult). Many major goddesses are also associated with magic, war, strategy, hunting, farming, wisdom, fate, earth, sky, power, laws, justice, and more.