Themis By: Felix Haro

Themis is the goddess of law and undisputed order. Themis is one of the titans,Daughter of Uranus and Gaea. She was also once was Zeus's second wife.

Themis substituted her mother from the Oricle of Delphi. later on when Apollo was born, themis offered Apollo to the Oricle.

A golden leaf was a symbol to her allies that she was the one that made the rules and will make sure others will be turned to justice.

She is also very famous in many museums

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Created with images by RaeAllen - "Themis - Geek goddess of justice - statute has been moved to outside new Supreme Court building" • Nickogibson - "Buddha and Themis" • Clearly Ambiguous - "Figures of Justice" • quapan - "shiny star leaf fringed weirdly in tarry moongate" • Dimitris Graffin - "Statue of the goddess Themis, found at Rhamnous, Attica. ca. 300 BC." • Dimitris Graffin - "Statue of the goddess Themis, found at Rhamnous, Attica. ca. 300 BC"

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