An elegant and dignified woman was sitting in the chair. She wore a crown on her head and looked very gorgeous in her clothes. Lions on both sides of the floor stood guard at her feet. It’s like two bodyguards. This statue is a Cybele bronze statue. Cybele embodies the fertile earth and is the goddess of nature and wildlife (especially lions and bees). So the two lions stayed obediently at her feet.
Cybele was an ancient Mediterranean goddess. The worship of the mother of the gods originated in Phrygia in Asia Minor and later spread to Greece. The Greeks combined it with Gaia. In the third century BC, it was transferred to Rome and became the main system of worship during the Roman Empire. She has different names in different regions. Cybele was revered as the mother of gods, humans, and animals. Cybele bronze statue is also very popular. She will make a perfect ornament for the garden.