Stock Photo - Statue of Thetsis - a 2nd century AD Roman statue found in the city of Lavinia, Italy. Thetis (/Ë. θɛtɪs/; Ancient Greek: Î. έτις, [tÊ°étis]), is encountered in Greek mythology mostly as a sea nymph or known as the goddess of water, one of the fifty Nereids, daughters of the ancient sea god Nereus. he statue belonged to a set of ten divinities formerly presented in the portico hemicycle of the city. The Albani Collection Inv No. LL 19 (Usual No Ma 2244), Louvre Museum, Paris.

Stock Photo: Statue of Thetsis - a 2nd century AD Roman statue found in the city of Lavinia, Italy. Thetis (/Ë. θɛtɪs/; Ancient Greek: Î.

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