The Olympian Greek Queens and Princesses Picture

Click picture to enlarge for better view (a lot of detail was put in).

NOTE : I don't refer them as gods & goddesses, they seemed more like a powerful royal family of the Greeks,
(marrying within the family to keep the power and blood pure is just like the royals of today)
Im quite fascinated with Greek mythologies, there really interesting with their stories and the Olympians as I like to refer them as, had more human traits & personalities, hence why they'll have their royal titles then godly stature...

Appearance Order across:
HERA - Queen of Mount Olympus, wife of King Zeus Symbols include the peacock, pomegranate, crown, cuckoo, lion, and cow. Youngest daughter of Cronus and Rhea. Wife of Zeus. Being the Queen of marriage, she frequently tried to get revenge on Zeus' lovers and their children, but was also the favourite wife of Zeus, hence why she is given a higher position in Olympus. (the only Queen wife because of her position and stature on Olympus).

ATHENA - Princess of wisdom, Daughter of Zeus and Metis, Zeus's favourite child, almost referred as his pride and joy, after he swallowed her mother, fearing a child prophecy, Athena was born and rose from her father's head fully grown and armed, with a shout that pealed to the broad sky her clarion cry of war, described to have bright gleaming silvery grey eyes and dark ebony hair, also described as having a "harsh beauty". She won and had Athens named after her, she's princess of wisdom, courage, inspiration, civilization, law and justice, strategic war, mathematics, strength, strategy, the arts and Warcraft. her Symbols include the owl and the olive tree.

APHRODITE - Princess of love, beauty, and desire. Symbols include the dove, bird, apple, bee, swan, myrtle, and rose. adopted daughter and daughter in law of Zeus and Hera, birth daughter of the Oceanid Dione, or perhaps born from the sea foam of Uranus's blood, Married to Hephaestus, although she had many adulterous affairs, most notably with Ares whom she bore her son Eros with.

PERSEPHONE - Queen of the Underworld and daughter of Demeter and Zeus. Also princess of spring time. She became the consort of Hades, king of the underworld, who fell madly in love with her and kidnapped her. Demeter, driven to distraction by the disappearance of her daughter, neglected the earth so that nothing would grow. Zeus eventually ordered Hades to allow Persephone to leave the underworld and rejoin her mother. Hades did this, but because Persephone also fell in love with hades, ate six of the twelve pomegranate seeds in the underworld, she had to spend six months in the underworld each year. This created the seasons when for six months everything grows and flourishes then for the other six months everything wilts and dies.

ARTEMIS - Princess of hunt, daughter of Zeus and Leto and twin sister of Apollo. She symbolizes virginity, childbirth, archery, the moon, and all animals. Symbols aslo include the moon, deer, hound, she-bear, cypress tree, and bow and arrow. She asked her father to grant her eternal chastity and virginity, and never gave in to any potential lovers; devoted to hunting and nature, she rejected marriage and love. Artemis drew the attention and interest of many Olympian deities and men. However, it was only her hunting companion, Orion, that won her heart. It is believed that Orion was accidentally killed either by Artemis herself or by Gaia, the primordial mother earth.

AMPHITRITE - Queen of the Sea, wife of Poseidon and mother of Triton (merman). most simply describe her as the female personification of the sea: the loud-moaning mother of fish, seals and dolphins. When Poseidon first sought Amphitrite's hand in marriage, she fled his advances, and hid herself away near Atlas in the Ocean stream at the far ends of the earth. Then Delphin eventually tracked her down and persuaded her to return to wed the sea-king.

i designed this from a DollDivine/Candysworld (X-girl game) dress up websites, hope you guys like it
Greek Goddesses
Ominiscient Persephone
The Olympian Greek Queens and Princesses
Baba Yaga
Hades and Persephone - pg 3