Antumbra Picture

The Greek god of death, Thanatos, in front of an antumbra (eclipse with a thick ring of light).

He's mostly a silhouette, which i did because he was forsaken by the Greeks and has then been by history.

He received few offerings from the ancient Greek people, because they didn't like him for what he represented, being largely neglected for the task he had in Greek mythology.

The text on the swrod says "Momento Mori" means "remember you shall die", though it's actually a Latin saying and not ancient Greek.
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