A lithe woman had a bow in one hand and an arrow in her quiver behind her back in the other. A fawn followed her. This sculpture is the bronze goddess Diana. Diana is the Roman mythology of the moon and the oak goddess is one of the twelve Roman gods. If you find a beautiful woman dressed in white deep in the forest, it may be the goddess Diana on the hunt.
The Romans liked to use Roman gods to annex foreign gods of a similar priesthood. Around the fifth and sixth centuries BC, the worship of Diana and the ancient Greeks came into contact. Until Roman times, Diana annexed the Greek goddess Artemis. So she was also considered the goddess of hunting, the goddess of plants and animals. In the description of late Roman art. Diana loved the outdoors. She walks in the woods and the mountains, bow, and arrow in hand, accompanied by dogs. Hunting together with the female fairy attendants. Sometimes they ride in a silver carriage drawn by two sacred stags. Like Minerva, the goddess of handiwork and memory, Diana remained chaste all her life. She was a severe goddess of discipline who opposed marriage between men and women. If you like Diana very much, you can come and see our bronze goddess Diana statue.