Categories art & photography Diana, Goddess of Melancholy, Pompeii Post author By Mark Newton Post date Tuesday, June 24, 2014 6 Comments on Diana, Goddess of Melancholy, Pompeii Tags ancient world, classical By Mark Newton Born in 1981, live in the UK. I write about strange things. View Archive → ← The Scientific Way to Cut a Cake → Recent Whisky Reviews 6 replies on “Diana, Goddess of Melancholy, Pompeii” She seems a little overdressed compared to most depictions I’ve seen of Diana. But aside from that it’s a lovely piece of artwork. Must be her winter wardrobe in Pompeii. Good point! Well, that would explain what happened to the Roman/Greek Gods – they just happened to be wintering in Pompeii when the unthinkable happened. ;D That’s good headcanon. Oh, there’s a story/novel seed in *that*. Stealing that thankyouverymuch It’s a free-for-all! Comments are closed.