Figure of a Goddess, 5th-4th centuries BC, Bronze, Umbria, Europe, Harvard Art Museums
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I'm going to go out on a limb and say that this is Hecate. She is a chthonic deity, and has been associated with the owl. The eclipse symbol behind her black throne is a pretty clear moon symbol, and Hecate is associated with the moon - and her first identity was as a moon goddess.
Altar to Hecate
Skull wall sconce.
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