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Contents

Chapters

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Preliminary
Contents Abbreviations Key to the Genealogical Guide Bibliography Bibliography Chronological Works Arranged in the Order of the Mythological Events Sources of Images Catalogue of Images

II III IV V VI VII

Genealogical Guide (6520 entries) Geographical Reference (1184 entries) Biographies (209) GROUPS (56) Places and Peoples (34) On the Myths
Getting Acquainted with the Myths Basic Aspects of the Greek Myths Brief History of the Greek Myths The Munificence of the Myths The Children of the Myths A Morning in the Life of a Reader of Myths The Ages of the World The Era of Zeus Meeting Medea or not Is It True? Mythological Variants in Isidore of Sevilles Etymologies

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Events (Chronological Order)


Myths of Creation Castration of Uranus Titanomachy The Ages of Man The Flood of Deucalion 1 The DANAIDS kill their husbands Gigantomachy The Voyage of the ARGONAUTS The Calydonian Boar Hunt (CALYDONIAN HUNTERS) The War of the SEVEN AGAINST THEBES The War of the EPIGONI The Trojan War Dares Account of the Destruction of Troy The Last Days of Troy Aftermath of the Trojan War & Returns of the Achaean Leaders Summaries of the Trojan Cycle The Return of the HERACLIDES Colonization of Ionia Romulus and the Foundation of Rome

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Divinities (Surveys)
Divinities Major Divinities Waters & Landscapes Immortals Other Deities

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Various
Three Main Ancestors Robe & Necklace of Harmonia The Pelopides Mythical Objects The Palladium Wine Suicides Murders The Seven Sages of Greece The Destruction of Paganism (Gibbon) Odysseus' Palace (Vo) A Mythological Sketch Greek-Latin Correspondences Names of Mythological Characters in Greek Script The Greek Alphabet

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Charts
Abolengo: 105 genealogical charts Kings: 12 Throne Succession Tables: Arcadia, Argos & Mycenae, Athens, Corinth, Crete, Elis, Messenia, Mynian Orchomenus, Sparta, Thebes, Troezen, Troy, Alba Longa & Rome. Vista: 14 Context Charts Hesiods Theogony, Descendants of Atlas, Descendants of Deucalion, Descendants of Io, Three Main Ancestors, Heras Wrath, Medea from Colchis to Colchis, Trojan War Connected Events, Genealogy of the Achaeans Leaders, Heraclides, Mythical Chronology, Historical Context of the Myths, Contemporaries, Children of the Myths.

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Maps
Map of Greece and Western Asia Minor Achaeans and Trojans The Return of the Achaean Leaders Map of the Underworld Map of Atlantis

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Images (3345) approximate number of images:


Chapter Biographies (Companion): 436 images Chapter GROUPS: 92 images Chapter Places & Peoples: 67 images (including localization maps) Chapter On the Myths: 47 images Chapter Events: 22 images Chapter Divinities: 13 images Chapter Various: 24 images Albums (1322 images): Adonis (18), Allegory (59), Aphrodite (60), Apollo (46), Ares (9), Artemis (43), Asclepius (14), Athena (55), Athletes (8), CENTAURS (12), CHARITES (8), Dicte (21), Dionysus (57), Eros (26), Erotic (21), Europa (9), Ganymedes (16), Helmets (11), Hera (8), Heracles (53), Hermes (20), Illustrations Liebig (66), Leda (13), Lucretia (8), Medusa (12), Minoan (16), Muses (21), Mycenaean (18), Narcissus (10), Nymphs (18), Paris (13), Planets (8), Poseidon (11), Psyche (13), RIVER GODS (8), SATYRS & MAENADS (37), Scenes From Daily Life (13), Survivors of the Ancient World (76), Thorvaldsen (76), Toro Farnese (7), Venus & Amor (31), Views & Visions of the Ancient World (30), Zeus (33), Museum of Classical Antiquities (102), Canvas (36), Miniatures (53), Paper (13). 19th Century Mythological Illustrations (472 images) Roscher Album (1286 images)

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Abbreviations

7912: Dione. Sir John Soane's Museum, London

* = The poems of The Epic Cycle and the Hesiodic fragments have been indicated following the numbering given in H. G. Evelyn-Whites translation (Hesiod, the Homeric Hymns and Homerica, Loeb Classical Library, 1982). The same applies to Mimnermus, translated by J. M. Edmonds (Elegy and Iambus, Loeb Classical Library, 1961). The sources behind those numbered fragments follow the abbreviation.

Ael.VH. = Aelian, Varia Historia Aes.Aga. = Aeschylus, Agamemnon Aes.Eum. = Aeschylus, Eumenides Aes.LB. = Aeschylus, Libation-Bearers Aes.Pro. = Aeschylus, Prometheus Bound Aes.Sev. = Aeschylus, Seven Against Thebes Aes.Supp. = Aeschylus, The Suppliant Maidens *AETH. = The Aethiopis (The Epic Cycle) 1 = Proclus, Chrestomathia, 2 3 = Schol. on Pindar, Isth. 3.53 AO. = [Orpheus], Argonautica Orphica Apd. = Apollodorus, Library Apd.Ep. = Apollodorus, Library Epitome Apu.Tra. = Apuleius. The Golden Ass Ara.Phae. = Aratus of Soli, Phaenomena Arg. = Apollonius Rhodius, Argonautica Ari.Birds. = Aristophanes, The Birds Ath. = Athenaeus, Deipnosophistae Cal.Ap. = Callimachus, Hymn to Apollo Cal.Ar. = Callimachus, Hymn to Artemis Cal.BP. = Callimachus, On the Bath of Pallas Cal.Del. = Callimachus, Hymn to Delos Cal.Dem. = Callimachus, Hymn to Demeter Cal.Ze. = Callimachus, Hymn to Zeus Call. = Callistratus, Descriptions Cic.ND. = Cicero, De Natura Deorum (The Nature of the Gods) Clem.EG. = Clement of Alexandria, Exhortation to the Greeks Col. = Colluthus, The Rape of Helen Con. = Conon, Narratives (Diegeseis) *CYP. = The Cypria (The Epic Cycle) 1 = Proclus, Chrestomathy, 1 3 = Schol. on Homer, Il.1.5 5 = Schol. on Homer, Il.17.140 7 = Clement of Alexandria, Protrept 2.30.5 8 = Athenaeus, 8.334 B 9 = Schol. on Eur. Andr.898 11 = Schol. on Homer, Il.3.242 12 = Schol. on Pindar, Nem.10.114 DH. = Dionysius of Halicarnassus, Roman Antiquities Dio. = Diodorus Siculus, The Library of History Epict. = Arrians Discourses of Epictetus (Epicteti Dissertationes) *EPIG. = The Epigoni (The Epic Cycle) 2 = Photius, Lexicon 3 = Schol. on Ap. Rhod. 1.308 Eur.Alc. = Euripides, Alcestis Eur.And. = Euripides, Andromache Eur.Bacc. = Euripides, Bacchanals Eur.Cyc. = Euripides, Cyclops

Eur.Ele. = Euripides, Electra Eur.Hcl. = Euripides, Heraclides Eur.Hec. = Euripides, Hecabe Eur.Hel. = Euripides, Helen Eur.Her. = Euripides, Heracles Eur.Hipp. = Euripides, Hippolytus Eur.Ion. = Euripides, Ion Eur.IA. = Euripides, Iphigenia in Aulis Eur.IT. = Euripides, Iphigenia in Tauris Eur.Med. = Euripides, Medea Eur.Ore. = Euripides, Orestes Eur.Phoe. = Euripides, Phoenician Women Eur.Rhe. = Euripides, Rhesus Eur.Supp. = Euripides, Suppliants Eur.Tro. = Euripides, Daughters of Troy Gell. = Aulus Gellius, Attic Nights Hdt. = Herodotus, History *Hes.Aeg. = Hesiod, Aegimius 4 = Herodian in Stephanus of Byzantium 6 = Scholiast on Homer, Il.24.24 *Hes.Ast. = Hesiod, Astronomy 1 = Scholiast on Pindar, Nem.2.16 2 = Scholiast on Aratus 254 3 = Pseudo-Eratosthenes Catast. frag. 1 4 = Pseudo-Eratosthenes Catast. frag. 32 *Hes.CW. = Hesiod, Catalogues of Women (Appendix in H. G. Evelyn-Whites translation.) 19A = Oxyrhynchus Papyri 1358 fr. 1 (3rd cent. A.D.) 40A = Oxyrhynchus Papyri 1358 fr. 2 *Hes.CWE. = Hesiod, Catalogues of Women and Eoiae 1 = Scholiast on Arg.3.1086 2 = Ioannes Lydus, de Mens.1.13 3 = Constantinus Porphyrogenitus, de Them. 2 p. 48 B 4 = Plutarch, Mor. p. 747; Schol. on Pindar Pyth. 4.263 6 = Scholiast on Apollonius Rhodius, Arg.1.482 7 = Berlin Papyri 7497 and Oxyrhynchus Papyri, 421 8 = Scholiast on Apollonius Rhodius Arg.4.57 9 = Scholiast Ven. on Homer, Il.11.750 11 = Stephanus of Byzantium, s.v. Gerenia 12 = Eustathius, Hom.1796.39 13 = Scholiast on Homer, Od.12.69 14 = Petrie Papyri (ed. Mahaffy), Pl.III.4 19 = Scholiast on Homer, Il.12.292 20 = Scholiast on Apollonius Rhodius, Arg.2.178 24 = Scholiast on Homer, Il.23.679 25 = Herodian in Etymologicum Magnum, p. 60, 40 27 = Scholiast on Homer, Il.7.9 31 = Strabo, 5. p. 221 38 = Eratosthenes, Catast.19. p. 124 39 = Scholiast on Apollonius Rhodius, Arg.2.181 47 = Scholiast on Apollonius Rhodius, Arg.4.892
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49 = Scholiast on Homer, Od.7.54 58 = Strassburg Greek Papyri 55 (2nd cent. A.D.) 63 = Pausanias, 2.26.7 65 = Scholiast on Pindar, Oly.9.79 66 = Scholiast on Pindar, Nem.10.150 67 = Scholiast on Euripides, Orestes 249 68 = Berlin Papyri, 9739-10560 69 = Tzetzes, Exeg. Iliad. 68. 19 H 70 = Laurentian Scholiast on Sophocles Electra 539 72 = Eustathius, Hom.13.44.sq 79 = Schol. on Soph.Trach.266 83 = Tzetzes, Schol. in Exeg. Iliad. 126 84 = Scholiast on Homer, Od.11.326 86 = Eustathius, Hom. 1623. 44 89 = Schol. on Pindar, Pyth.3.48 91 = Philodemus, On Piety, 34 96 = Palaephatus, c.42 98 = Berlin Papyri, No. 9777 99A = Schol. on Homer, Iliad.23.679 99 = Papyri greci e latine, No. 131 (2nd-3rd century) *Hes.DF. = Hesiod, Doubtful Fragments 5 = Servius on Vergil, Aen.4.484 *Hes.Fra. = Hesiod, Fragments [of Unknown Position.] 1 = Diogenes Laertius, 8.1.25 2 = Schol. on Homer, Odyssey, 4.232 *Hes.GE. = Hesiod, The Great Eoiae 6 = Schol. on Pindar, Pyth.4.35 11 = Scholiast on Apollonius Rhodius, Arg.4.57 12 = Scholiast on Apollonius Rhodius, Arg.1.118 13 = Scholiast on Apollonius Rhodius, Arg.4.828 15 = Scholiast on Apollonius Rhodius, Arg.1.1122 *Hes.ID. = Hesiod, The Idaean Dactyls 1 = Pliny, Natural History 7.56, 197 and Clement, Stromateis 1.16.75 *Hes.Mel. = Hesiod, The Melampodia 1 = Strabo, 14. p. 642 2 = Tzetzes on Lycophron, 682 3 = Scholiast on Homer, Odyssey 10.494 8 = Strabo, 14. p. 676 Hes.SH. = Hesiod, Shield of Heracles Hes.The. = Hesiod, Theogony Hes.WD. = Hesiod, Works and Days Hom.Aph. = Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite Hom.Apo. = Homeric Hymn to Apollo Hom.Ar. = Homeric Hymn to Ares Hom.Asc. = Homeric Hymn to Asclepius Hom.Dem. = Homeric Hymn to Demeter Hom.Dion. = Homeric Hymn to Dionysus Hom.Hel. = Homeric Hymn to Helius Hom.Herm. = Homeric Hymn to Hermes Hom.Il. = Homer, Iliad
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Hom.Od. = Homer, Odyssey Hom.Pan. = Homeric Hymn to Pan Hom.Sel. = Homeric Hymn to Selene Hyg.Ast. = Hyginus, Poetica Astronomica Hyg.Fab. = Hyginus, Fabulae Hyg.Pre. = Hyginus, Fabulae, Preface *LI. = The Little Iliad (The Epic Cycle) 13 = Aristoph. Lysistr. 155 and Schol 14 = Schol. Lycophr. Alex. 1268 Lib.Met. = Antoninus Liberalis, Metamorphoses Long. = Longus, Daphnis and Chloe Man. = Manilius, Astronomica *Mimn. = Mimnermus, Elegies, Nanno, Fragments 8 = Athenaeus, Deipnosophistae 18 = Athenaeus, Deipnosophistae 19 = Aelian, Historical Miscellany 21 = Argument to Sophocles Antigone 22 = Tzetzes on Lycophron 23 = Collection of Proverbs Nonn. = Nonnus, Dionysiaca *OED. = Oedipodea (The Epic Cycle) 3 = Schol. on Eur.Phoen.1750 Ov.AA. = Ovid, Artis Amatoriae Ov.Fast. = Ovid, Fasti Ov.Her. = Ovid, Heroides Ov.Met. = Ovid, Metamorphoses Ov.Pont = Epistulae ex Ponto Parth. = Parthenius of Nicaea, Love Romances Pau. = Pausanias, Description of Greece Phil.Im. = Philostratus, Imagines Phil.VA. = Flavius Philostratus, Vita Apollonii (Life of Apollonius of Tyana) Pin.Isth. = Pindar, Isthmian Odes Pin.Nem. = Pindar, Nemean Odes Pin.Oly. = Pindar, Olympian Odes Pin.Pyth. = Pindar, Pythian Odes Pla.Apo. = Plato, Apology Pla.Cra. = Plato, Cratylus Pla.Cri. = Plato, Critias Pla.Euth = Plato, Euthyphro Pla.Gorg. = Plato, Gorgias Pla.Ion = Plato, Ion Pla.Laws = Plato, Laws Pla.Phaedo = Plato, Phaedo Pla.Phae. = Plato, Phaedrus Pla.Pro. = Plato, Protagoras Pla.Rep. = Plato, Republic Pla.Soph. = Plato, Sophist Pla.Sta. = Plato, Statesman Pla.Sym. = Plato, Symposium Pla.Tim. = Plato, Timaeus
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Plu.GQ. = Plutarch, Moralia (Greek Questions) Plu.Mor. = Plutarch, Moralia Plu.PS. = Plutarch, Moralia (Greek and Roman Parallel Stories) Plu.Sup. = Plutarch, Moralia (Superstition) Plu.Alc. = Plutarch, Parallel Lives (Alcibiades) Plu.Cim. = Plutarch, Parallel Lives (Cimon) Plu.Lys. = Plutarch, Parallel Lives (Lysander) Plu.Num. = Plutarch, Parallel Lives (Numa) Plu.Pyrrh. = Plutarch, Parallel Lives (Pyrrhus) Plu.Rom. = Plutarch, Parallel Lives (Romulus) Plu.RQ. = Plutarch, Moralia (Roman Questions) Plu.Sol. = Plutarch, Parallel Lives (Solon) Plu.The. = Plutarch, Parallel Lives (Theseus) Prop. = Propertius, Elegies QS. = Quintus Smyrnaeus, The Fall of Troy *RET. = The Returns (The Epic Cycle) 1 = Proclus, Chrestomathia 2 = Argument to Eur., Medea 4 = Eustathius, 1796. 45 6 = Athenaeus 281B *SI. = The Sack of Ilium (The Epic Cycle) 1 = Proclus, Chrestomathia 4 = Schol. on Eur. Troades 31 5 = Eustathius on Iliad 13.515 Soph.Aj. = Sophocles, Ajax Soph.Ant. = Sophocles, Antigone Soph.Ele. = Sophocles, Electra Soph.OC. = Sophocles, Oedipus at Colonus Soph.OT. = Sophocles, Oedipus the King Soph.Phi. = Sophocles, Philoctetes Soph.Tra. = Sophocles, Trachinian Women Stat.Achil. = Statius, Achilleid Stat.Theb. = Statius, Thebaid Strab. = Strabo, Geography Strab.Fra. = Strabo, Geography, Fragments of Book VII *TEL. = The Telegony (The Epic Cycle) 1 = Proclus, Chrestomathia 2 = Eustathius, 1796. 35 *TIT. = The Titanomachy (The Epic Cycle) 1 = Photius, Epitome of the Chrestomathy of Proclus 2 = Anecdota Oxon. (Cramer) 1.75 3 = Schol. on Ap.Rhod.1.1165 6 = Schol. on Ap.Rhod.1.554 Try. = Tryphiodorus, The Taking of Ilios Val. = Valerius Flaccus, Argonautica Vir.Aen. = Virgil, Aeneid Vir.Geo. = Virgil, Georgics The Addendum in some entries may contain additional abbreviations:

Eratosthenes, Catast. = Eratosthenes, Katasterismoi Fulg.Myth. = Fulgentius, Mitologiae tres libri Phil.Her. = Philostratus, Heroicus Pto.Heph. = Ptolemy Hephaestion (Ptolemy Chennusin Photius) Roscher, Lex. = W. H. Roscher: Ausfrliches Lexikon der griechischen un rmischen Mytologie Serv. on Vir.Aen = Servius on Virgils Aeneid
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Key to the Genealogical Guide


Colors Quotations are written in red, as are the symbols in the chapter Genealogical Guide. The blue color refers to an entry that can be found elsewhere in this work: it is a see mark. Numbering of namesakes. The subscript numbers following the names are for identification purposes only; they are consistent throughout all texts but do not point out a chronological order. The absence of a number indicates that there is only one mythological character with that particular name. The numbers do not belong originally to the names.

Quick Key:
Name (N:). [Name of the character.] Description (D:). [Short account of the characters life.] *Father & Mother [a), b), etc. for opposite versions]. **Mates [a), b), etc. for opposite versions; 1), 2), etc. for several mates]. ***Children [bearing the same letter or number of preceding parent]. Account of Death and/or Metamorphosis [a), b), etc. for opposite versions]. GROUPS (G:) [Name of the Group(s) in whose list(s) the name can be found.] Sources bearing symbols corresponding to the material they refer.

Complete Key The following symbols and abbreviations have been used: N:, D:, G:, *, &, **, ***, , + and + +. Blank spaces in connection with these symbols mean unknown, at least for the sources supporting this Dictionary. Moreover, in all cases 1), 2), etc. stand for a sequence and a), b), etc. point out different alternatives. Each entry begins with the Name of the person, often followed by a short Description. These are referred in the sources as N: (= Name) and D: (= Description).

When a particular entry can also be found in the Group lists, the name of the Group (always written with capital letters) is indicated before the sources, which come last. In the sources the Groups are referred as G: (= Group), and when numbered, as G1:, G2:, etc. The Contents of the Chapter GROUPS shows which collective entries can be found. The data is organized in the following way: * = origin, i.e. in most cases, parents, *a), *b), etc., showing different alternatives. The father is always named first, followed by the symbol &, signifying union with the mother, who always follows that symbol. In the cases in which one parent is unknown the symbol & will still be there (after the fathers name or preceding the mothers). When the parentage consists of only one person the symbol & has been omitted. ** = mates, i.e. wives, husbands or lovers, **1), **2) , etc. showing that there have been several wives or lovers (the numbers do not necessarily show the chronological order), and **a), **b), etc. showing different alternatives or versions. *** = offspring. ***1), ***2) etc., or ***a), ***b), etc. correspond to the information given about mates, so that the child under, for instance, ***2) is the son or daughter of the husband or wife under **2). = Includes an account of the circumstances of death and/or metamorphosis, a), b), etc. standing for different versions. The symbol followed by a proper name is to be read as killed by (e.g. Achilles = Killed by Achilles). It should be easy to remember these symbols as they follow the phases of life: * (Birth), ** (Marriage), *** (Children), (Death). + and ++ = These symbols preceding a name and its source are a device for easier reference: the name preceded by it will be found in the source bearing the same symbol. The numbers following the names are consistent through the text. They are for identification purposes only, and do not point out a chronological order. The arrow point to the sources. The sources are preceded by the symbols corresponding to the information to which they refer. For the names of authors and works quoted in the sources see Abbreviations. The square marks the end of the entry.
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Bibliography
Ancient Authors & Works
The ancient authors and works listed below support the information supplied by Genealogical Guide to Greek Mythology. The Greek Mythology Link (www.maicar.com), being a development of that work, is based on the same sources, but also relies on ancient authors and works not included in the list below [see bottom of this page, and also Abbreviations for an expanded update].

From the list below, the following may be derived: Apollodorus is the most informative author: about 19% of all we know may be said to have been mentioned by him. Pausanias and Hyginus share a second place: ca. 12% each. Then comes Homer: ca. 8%. The authors just named stand for ca. 50% of all mythological data. The rest of the ancient authors mentioned in this list stand together for the other half, but each one of them for ca. 5% or less. Close to 5% we find authors such as Ovid and Nonnus. Round 4% are Hesiod, Virgil and Diodorus Siculus. These numbers reflect the appearance of genealogical data, as well as mention and/or description of characters in the ancient texts, and obviously do not evaluate the data in any other way.

Shown below
Name of the author followed of his life span or date of flourishing. Percentage of mythological data represented by the author (the percentages amount to 99.44% because some details have been omitted from the list). Names of works with brief summaries. The arguments of the plays by Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides are from the editions of the Loeb Classical Library. A number of database records retrieved per work and/or author has been added. Higher numbers indicate that more pieces of information have been retrieved. The total for each author is not the sum of the numbers obtained from his works; instead it reflects that authors position in relation to the other authors in the list.

Aeschylus, 525-456 BC 0,5 % Agamemnon 12 When that Helen had fled with Paris to Troyland, her husband Menelaus and his brother Agamemnon, the sons of Atreus and two-throned Kings of Argos, sought to take vengeance on him who had done outrage to Zeus, the guardian of the rights of hospitality. Before their palace appeared a portent, which the seer Calchas interpreted to them: the two eagles were the Kings themselves and the pregnant hare seized in their talons was the city which held Priams son and Helen and her wealth. But Artemis, she that loves the wild things of the field, was wroth with the Kings: and when all their host was gathered at aulis and would sail with its thousand ships, she made adverse winds to blow; so that the ships rotted and the crews lost heart. Then the seer, albeit in darkling words, spake unto Agamemnon: If thou wilt appease the goddess and so free the fleet, thou must sacrifice with thine own hand thy daughter Iphigenia. And he did even so, and the Greeks sailed away in their ships. Nine years did they lay siege to Troy town, but they could not take it; for it was fated that it should not be taken until the tenth year.

Now when King Agamemnon fared forth from Argos, he left at home his Queen, Clytaemnestra, Ledas child and Helens sister (though she had for father Tyndareus, but Helens was Zeus himself); and in her loneliness and because Agamemnon had slain her daughter, she gave ear to the whisperings of anothers love, even of Aegisthus, son of that Thyestes who had lain with the wife of his brother Atreus; and for revenge Atreus slew other of Thyestess sons and gave their father thereof to eat; and when Thyestes learned whereof he had eaten, he cursed his brothers race. With the coming of the tenth year of the war, Queen Clytaemnestra, plotting with Aegisthus against her husbands life, ordered that watch be kept upon the roof of her palace at Argos; for a succession of beacon-fires was to flash the news from Troy when the city should be captured by Agamemnon. For weary months the watchman has been on the look-out but at last the signal blazes forth in the night. In celebration of the glad event, the Queen has altar-fires kindled throughout the city. The Chorus of Elders will not credit the tidings; nor are their doubts resolved until a herald announces the approach of Agamemnon, whose ship had alone escaped the storm that had raged in the night just passed. Welcomed by his Queen, Agamemnon bespeaks a kindly

reception for his captive, Cassandra, Priams daughter, and on his wifes urgence consents to walk to his palace on costly tapestries. Cassandra seeks in vain to convince the Elders of their masters peril; and, conscious also of her own doom, passes within. Agamemnons death-shriek is heard; the two corpses are displayed. Clytaemnestra exults in her deed and defies the Elders. Aegisthus enters to declare that Agamemnon has been slain in requital for his fathers crime. The Elders, on the point of coming to blows with Aegisthus and his body-guard, are restrained by Clytaemnestra, but not before they utter the warning that Orestes will return to exact vengeance for the murder of his father. Eumenides 5 The priestess of Apollo discovers Orestes as a suppliant in the inner shrine of the god at Delphi, and fronting him the Erinyes of his mother, a band of fearsome creatures who, wearied with the pursuit of the fugitive have fallen on sleep. Under promise of his support, Apollo bids Orestes flee to Athens, where he shall submit his case to judgement and be released from his sufferings. The ghost of Clytaemnestra rises to upbraid the sleeping Erinyes because of their neglect, whereby she is dishonoured among the other dead. Awakened by her taunts, they revile Apollo for that he has given sanctuary to a polluted man whom they rightly pursue by reason of their officeto take vengeance on all who shed kindred blood. The scene shifts to Athens, whither his pursuers have tracked their prey. Orestes, clasping the ancient image of Pallas, implores her protection on the plea that the blood upon his hands has long since been washed away by sacred rites and that his presence has worked harm to none who have given him shelter. The Erinyes chant a hymn to bind the soul of their victim with its maddening spell. In answer to Orestes call, the goddess appears and with the

consent of the Erinyes undertakes to judge the case, not by herself alone but with the assistance of a chosen number of her best citizens who are to constitute the jury. The trial opens with Apollo present as advocate of his suppliant and as representative of Zeus, whose commands he has merely to set forth in all his oracles. Orestes, he declares, slew his mother by his express behest. The accused confesses to the deed but urges in his defence that in killing her husband Clytaemnestra killed his father and that his accusers should justly have taken vengeance upon her. On theri rejecting this argument on the ground that the murderess was not blood-kin to him she murdered, Orestes denies blood-kinship with his mother; in which contention he is supported by Apollo, who asserts that the father alone is the proper parent of the child, the mother being only the nurse of the implanted seed. Athena announces that the court, the first to try a case of homicide, is now established by her for all time to come. The jury cast their ballots; and the goddess, declaring that it is her duty to pronunce final judgement on the case, makes known that her vote is to count for Orestes, who is to win if the ballots are equally divided. Proclaimed victor by the tie, Orestes quit the scene; his antagonists threaten to bring ruin on the land taht has denied the justice of their cause. It is the part of Athena by promises of enduring honours to assuage their anger; and now no longer Spirits of Wrath but Spirits of Blessing, they are escorted in solemn procession to their sanctuary beneath the Hill of Ares. The Libation-Bearers 6 Now when she had slain Agamemnon, Queen Clytaemnestra with her lover Aegisthus ruled in the land of Argos. But the spirit of her murdered lord was wroth and sent a baleful vision to distress her soul in sleep. She dreamed that she gave birth to a serpent and that she suckled it, as if it had been a babe; but

together with the mothers milk the noxious thing drew clotted blood from out her breast. With a scream of horror she awoke, and when the seers of the house had interpreted the portent as a sign of the anger of the nether powers, she bade Electra, her daughter, and her serving-women bear libations to the tomb of Agamemnon, if haply she might placate his angry spirit. Now Princess Electra dwelt in the palace, but was treated no better than a slave; but, before that Agamemnon was slain, her brother, Prince Orestes, had been sent to abide with his uncle Strophius in a far country, even in Phocis. There he had grown to youthful manhood, and on the selfsame day that his mother sought to avert the evil omen of her dream, accompanied by his cousin Pylades, he came to Argos seeking vengeance for his fathers murder. On the tomb of Agamemnon he places a lock of his hair, and when Electra discovers it, she is confident that it must be an offering to the dead made by none other than her brother. She has been recognized by him by reason of her mourning garb; but not until she has had further proof, by signs and tokens, will she be convinced that it is he in very truth. Orestes makes known that he has been divinely commissioned to his purpose of vengeance. Lord Apollo himself has commanded him thereto with threats that, if he disobey, he shall be visited with assaults of the Erinyes of his fatherbanned from the habitations of men and the altars of the gods, he shall perish blasted in mind and body. Grouped about the grave of their father, brother and sister, iaded by the friendly Chorus, implore his ghostly assistance to their just cause. Orestes and Pylades, disguised as Phocian travellers, are given hospitable welcome by Clytaemnestra, to whom it is reported that her son is dead. The Queen sends as messenger Orestes old nurse to summon Aegisthus from outside accompanied by his bodyguard. The Chorus persuades her to alter the message and bid him come unattended. His

death is quickly followed by that of Clytaemnestra, whose appeals for mercy are rejected by her son. Orestes, displaying the bloody robe in which his father had been entangled when struck down, proclaims the justice of his deed. But his wits begin to wander; the Erinyes of his mother, unseen by the others, appear before his disordered vision; he rushes from the scene. Prometheus Bound 15 When Cronus, the son of Uranus, was king in heaven, revolt against his rule arose among the gods. The Olympians strove to dethrone him in favour of Zeus, his son; the Titans, children of Uranus and Earth, championing the ancient order of violence, warred against Zeus and his partisans. Prometheus, himself a Titan, forewarned by his oracular mother Earth or Themis (for she bore either name) that the victory should be won by craft, whereas his brethren placed their sole reliance on brute force, rallied with her to the side of Zeus and secured his success. His triumph once assured, the new monarch of heaven proceeded forthwith to apportion to the gods their various functions and prerogatives; but the wretched race of man he purposed to annihilate and create another in its stead. This plan was frustrated by Prometheus, who, in compassion on their feebleness, showed them the use of fire, which he had stolen in their behoof, and taught them all arts and handicrafts. For this rebellion against the newly-founded sovereignty of Zeus, the friend of mankind was doomed to suffer chastisementhe must pass countless ages, riveted to a crag on the shores of the Ocean in the trackless waste of Scythia. But suffering of body or of mind might not quell his spirit, though he is possessed of the sad privilege of immortality. Conscious that he had erred, he is nevertheless fortified by indignation that he had been made the victim of tyranny and ingratitude. Nor is he unprovided with a means to strengthen his

resistance and to force the hand of his opressor, whose despotic power has one point of attack. The Titan is possessed of a fateful secret which must be revealed to Zeus if he is not to be hurled from his dominion as his father had been before him. The despot contemplates marriage with Thetis, and should it be brought to pass, the son to be born to him is to prove mightier than his sire. This secret, told Prometheus by his mother, he will not disclose till, in the lapse of ages, Zeus consents to release him from his ignominious bonds; rather than part with it on other terms he defies the thunder and the lightning of the lord of Olympus and, amid the crashing world, is hurled to Tartarus, to the last protesting against the injustice of his doom. Seven Against Thebes 22 It had been thrice foretold by Apollo, the lord of Delphi, unto Laius, the King of the Cadmeans, that if he would save his kingdom he must die without offspring. But Laius followed the perverse counsels of his nature and disobeyed the voice of god: he begat a son, whom he would have exposed to his death on Mount Cithaeron; but the babe was rescued by a shepherd who bore him to Corinth, where he grew to manhood, believing himself to be the son of the king of that land, although in fact he had only been adopted by him being childless. But coming to misdoubt his parentage, Oedipus journeyed to Delphi to seek the truth; and when the god declared that he should slay his own father and marry his own mother, he sought to flee such a fate and betake himself far from the land wherein he thought his father and his mother dwelt. But it befell as the god had said: on the way he met and slew, unbeknown to himself, his father Laius: he came to Thebes, destroyed the monster Sphinx that made havoc of the land, married the Queen, even his mother, and begat two sons, Eteocles and Polynices, and two daughters, Antigone and Ismene. But when the truth stood

revealed, his mother-wife hung herself, and Oedipus stabbed his eyes that they might not look on the misery he had wrought. And it came to pass thatb his sons, who ruled in his stead alternately, each the space of a year, treated him sore ill, so he cursed them and declared that they should divide their inheritance by the sword. Eteocles would not suffer his brother to hace his time to rule; and to enforce his right Polynices, who had fled to Adrastus, King of Argos, and married the daughter of that prince, mustered a host and sought to take his native town. At this point the action of the play begins. Warned by the seer Teiresias that the Argives are bent on a supreme assault, Eteocles heartens the burghers, quells the outcries of the daughters of Thebes, frantic at their impending danger, and receives the tidings from a scout that the enemy is advancing against the seven gates. To each of the opposing chieftains as they are described by the scout Eteocles opposes a worthy antagonist, nor will he himself hold back from encountering his brother when he learns that he is to attack the seventh gate. The curse of his father must not stand before a soldiers honour. And so the brothers fell, each by the others hand, and the curse of Oedipus and the warning of Apollo to Laius were fulfilled. The Suppliant Maidens 13 Io, daughter of Inachus, King of Argos, was priestess of Hera, whose jealousy of her lords love for the maiden brought upon her victim marring of mind and body; and she was driven distraught and in the semblance of a heifer made to wander over land and sea until she came to the land of the Nile. There she regained her human form by the mysterious touch of her lover Zeus, and bore a child Epaphus, from whom sprang Libya, and from her Belus and Agenor. Between Belus two sons, Aegyptus and Danaus, strife arose, and the fifty sons of Aegyptus wished to possess by

forced marriage the fifty daughters of Danaus. But the maidens, loathing the violence of their kinsmen, fled amain with their father to Argos, the home of heir primal mother, and besought sanctuary from the king of that land, Pelasgus. The hesitations of the king to vindicate to the suppliants the right of asylum, the triumph of that right by vote of the people of Argos, the arrival of the suitors in pursuit, preceded by their herald demandind the surrender of the maidens, and his repulse though threatening war, constitute the action of the play. The sequel was contained in the Egyptians and the Danaids. Danaus, forced to acquiesce in the demands of his nephews, enjoins upon his daughters the duty of killing their bridegrooms on the marriage night. All, save Hypermnestra, obey; she with splendid perfidy spares Lynceus out of love; and when brought to trial is defended by the goddess Aphrodite pleading that love of man and woman is sanctified by the love of Heaven for Earth.
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The only known source for the myth of Eros and Psyche. Total Apuleius: 2 Aratus of Soli, 315-245 BC 0,08 % Phaenomena Relation of some mythological characters to the stars and constellations. Among others Pegasus, Dike, Andromeda and the PLEIADES. Total Aratus: 9 Apollonius Rhodius, 260 BC 1,8 % Argonautica The adventures of the ARGONAUTS. In addition there is information about almost 200 characters other than the ARGONAUTS themselves. Total Apollonius: 195 Aristophanes, c. 447-386 BC 0,04 % The Birds Contains a cosmogonic exposition which also explains, in a humorous way, the origin of birds. Total Aristophanes: 5 Callimachus, 284 BC 0,4 % Hymn to Apollo 28 Hymn to Artemis 14 On the Bath of Pallas 6 Hymn to Delos 8 Hymn to Demeter 5 Hymn to Zeus 9 In these hymns by Callimachus information about 30 other characters is provided, among

Total Aeschylus: 62 [Orpheus] 0,4 % Argonautica Orphica The adventures of the ARGONAUTS. There is information about 30 characters other than the ARGONAUTS. Total [Orpheus]: 44 Apollodorus, AD 100 19 % The Library The most complete account of the Greek myths, covering almost everything from the creation of the world to the Trojan War. We meet nearly all important characters and many others. Total Apollodorus: 2389 Apuleius, AD 160 0,01 % The Golden Ass

others Achilles, Tiresias, Atalanta, Io, Callisto, etc. Total Callimachus: 40 Cicero, 106-43 BC 0,3 % De Natura Deorum (The Nature of the Gods) The accounts given in Ciceros work are not presented as true ones, but as an instrument of refutation of the Greek traditional fables in general. Total Cicero: 36 Colluthus, AD 500 0,1 % The Rape of Helen Besides Paris and Helen, we may find references to Eris, Hyacinthus, Leto, Ganymedes, Hypnos, etc. Total Colluthus: 13 Dionysius of Halicarnassus, 60 BC-AD 7 1,5 % The Roman Antiquities Roman extension of the Greek myths. Description of the evolution of the kingdoms founded by Aeneas and followers. Total DH: 162 Diodorus Siculus, 80-20 BC 4,4 % The Library of History Total Diodorus: 484 Euripides, 485-406 BC 1,5 % Alcestis 2 Apollo, being banished for a season from Olympus, and condemned to do service to a mortal, became herdman of Admetus, King of Pherae in Thessaly. Yet he loathed not his earthly taskmaster, but loved him, for that he was a just man, and hospitable exceedingly. Wherefore he obtained from the Fates this boon for Admetus, that, when his hour of death

should come, they should accept in ramsom for his life the life of whosoever should have before consented to die in his stead. Now when this was made known, none of them which were nearest by blood to the king would promise to be his ramsom in that day. Then Alcestis his wife, the daughter of Pelias King of Iolcos, pledged her to die for him. Of her love she did it and for the honour of wifehood. And the years passed by, and the tale was told in many lands; and all men praised Alcestis, but Admetus bore a burden of sorrow, for day by day she became dearer to him, a wife wholly true, a mother most loving, and a lady to her thralls gentle exceedingly. But when it was known by tokens that the day was come, Admetus repented him sorely, but it availed not, for no mortal may recall a pledge once given to the Gods. And on that day there came to the palace Apollo to plead with Death for Alcestis sake; and a company of Elders of Pherae, to ask for her state and to make mourning for her. And when she was dead, ere she was borne forth to burial, came Hercules, son of Zeus, in his journeying, seeking the guests right of meal and lodging, but not knowing aught of that which had come to pass. Of him was a great deliverance wrought, which is told herein. Andromache 12 When Troy was taken by the Greeks, Andromache, wife of that Hector whom Achilles slew ere himself was slain by the arrow which Apollo guided, was given in the dividing of the spoils to Neoptolemus, Achilles son. So he took her oversea to the land of Thessaly, and loved her, and entreated her kindly, and she bare him a son in her captivity. But after ten years Neoptolemus took to wife a princess of Sparta, Hermion, daughter of Menelaus and Helen. But to these was no child born, and the soul of Hermione grew bitter with jealousy against Andromache. Now Neoptolemus, in his indignation for his fathers

death, had upbraided Apollo therewith: wherefore he now journeyed to Delphi, vainly hoping by prayer and sacrifice to assuage the wrath of the God. But so soon as he was gone, Hermione sought to avenge herself on Andromache; and Menelaus came thither also, and these twain went about to slay the captive and her child. Wherefore Andromache hid her son, and took sanctuary at the altar of the goddess Thetis, expecting till Peleus, her lords grandsire, should come to save her. And herein are set forth her sore peril and deliverance: also it is told how Neoptolemus found death at Delphi, and how he that contrived his death took his wife. Bacchanals 11 Semele the daughter of Cadmus, a mortal bride of Zeus, was persuaded by Hera to pray the God to promise her with an oath to grant her whatsoever she would. And, when he had consented, she asked that he would appear to her in all the splendour of his godhead, even as he visited Hera. Then Zeus, not of his will, but constrained by his oath, appeared to her amidst intolerable light, and flashings of heavens lightning, whereby her mortal body was consumed. But the God snatched her unborn babe from the flames, and hid him in a cleft of his thigh, till the days were accomplished wherein he should be born. And so the child Dionysus sprang from the thigh of Zeus, and was hidden from the jealous malice of Hera till he was grown. Then did he set forth in victorious march through all the earth, bestowing upon men the gift of the vine, and planting his worship everywhere. But the sisters of Semele scoffed at the story of the heavenly bridegroom, and mocked at the worship of Dionysus. And when Cadmus was now old, Pentheus his grandson reigned in his stead, and he too defied the wine-giver, saying that he was no god, and that none in Thebes should ever worship him.

And herein is told how Dionysus came in human guise to Thebes, and filled her women with the Bacchanal possession, and how Pentheus, essaying to withstand him, was punished by strange and awful doom. Cyclops 3 THE Satyric Drama, of which the Cyclops is the solitary example extant, is especially interesting as being a survival in literature. The Greek drama originally, as being designed for representation at the great annual festival of Dionysus or Bacchus, had for its subject some incident in the adventures of that god or his followers. When, early in the fifth century B.C., it became the rule that each dramatic poet should present a trilogy of tragedies at the Greater Dionysia, it was required that to these should be added a fourth play, founded on the ancient theme, as a concession to the popular feeling connected with the Wine-gods festival, and as a recognition of his presence. As the chorus in such plays was invariably composed of Satyrs, the peculiar attendants of Bacchus, such plays were called Satyric Dramas. In these, incidents in the legends of gods and heroes were treated with an approach to burlesque, the high style of tragedy was abandoned at pleasure, the vocabulary contained many words which were beneath the dignity of the serious drama, the dances were wild, and not always decent, the versification was more irregular, broad and wanton jests were not only admitted, but perhaps even prescribed: in short, the unrestrained licence of the original Dionysia found here its literary expression. The subject of the Cyclops is taken from that adventure of Odysseus which is related with Epic dignity by Homer in the Odyssey, Bk. IX. The divergences, rendered inevitable by the special character of the Satyric Drama, are so great that it cannot be affirmed with certainty that this play was really based on Homer.

Electra 12 WHEN Agamemnon returned home from the taking of Troy, his adulterous wife Clytaemnestra, with the help of her paramour Aegisthus, murdered him as he entered the silver bath in his palace. They sought aIso to slay his young son Orestes, that no avenger might be left alive; but an old servant stole him away and took him out of the land, unto Phocis. There was he nurtured by king Strophius, and Pylades the kings son loved him as a brother. So Aegisthus dwelt with Clytaemnestra, reigning in Argos, where remained now of Agamemnons seed Electra his daughter only. And these twain marked how Electra grew up in hate and scorn of them, indignant for her fathers murder, and fain to avenge him. Wherefore, lest she should wed a prince, and persuade husband or son to accomplish her hearts desire, they bethought them how they should forestall this peril. Aegisthus indeed should have slain her, yet by the queens counsel forbore, and gave her in marriage to a poor yeoman, who dwelt far from the city, as thinking that from peasant husband and peasant children theree shouId be nought to fear. Howbeit this man, being full of loyalty to the mighty dead and reverence for blood royal, behaved himself to her as to a queen, so that she continued virgin in his house all the days of her adversity. Now when Orestes was grown to man, he journeyed with Pylades his friend to Argos, to seek out his sister, and to devise how he might avenge his father, since by the oracle of Apollo he was commanded so to do. And herein is told the story of his coming, and how brother and sister were made known to each other, and how they fulfilled the oracle in taking vengeance on tyrant and adulteress. Heraclides 27 Eurystheus, king of Argos, hated Hercules all his life through, and sought to destroy him by

thrusting on him many and desperate labours. And when Hercules had been caught up to Olympus from the pyre whereon he was consumed on Mount Oeta, Eurystheus persecuted the heros children, and sought to slay them. Wherefore lolaus, their fathers friend and helper, fled with them. But in whatsoever city they sought refuge, thence were they driven; for Eurystheus ever made search for them, and demanded them with threats of war. So fleeing from land to land, they came at last to Marathon which belongeth to Athens, and there took sanctuary at the temple of Zeus. Thither came the folk of the land compassionating them, and Eurystheus herald requiring their surrender, and the king of Athens, Theseus son, to hear their cause. And herein is told the tale of the war that came of his refusal to yield them up, of the sacrifice of a noble maiden which the Gods required as the price of victory, of an old warrior by miracle made young, and of the vengeance of Alcmena. Hecabe 9 WHEN Troy was taken by the Greeks, Hecuba, the wife of Priam, and her daughter, Cassandra the prophetess, and Polyxena, with the other women of Troy, were made slaves, being portioned among the victors, so that Cassandra became the concubine of Agamemnon. But Polydorus, the youngest of Priams sons, had long ere this been sent, with much treasure of gold, for safe keeping to his fathers friend, Polymestor king of Thrace, so that his mother had one consolation of hope amidst her afflictions. Now the host of Greece could not straightway sail home, because to the spirit of their dead hero Achilles was given power to hold the winds from blowing, till meet sacrifice were rendered to him, even a maiden of Troy, most beautiful of the seed royal; and for this they chose Polyxena. And now king Polymestor, lusting for the gold, and fearing no vengeance of man, slew his ward, the lad Polydorus, and flung his body into the sea, so

that it was in process of time cast up by the waves on the shore whereby was the camp of the Greeks, and was brought to Hecuba. And herein are told the sorrow of Hecuba and her revenge. Helen 13 IT is told that one of the old bards, named Stesichorus, who lived six generations before Euripides; did in a certain poem revile Helen, for that her sin was the cause of misery to Hellas and to Troy. Thereupon was he struck blind for railing on her who had after death become a goddess. But the man repented of his presumption, and made a new song wherein he unsaid all the evil he had sung of Queen Helen, and move into his lay an ancient legend, telling how that not she, but her wraith only, had passed to Troy, while she was borne by the Gods to the land of Egypt, and there remained until the day when her lord, turning aside on the homeward voyage, should find her there. When he had done this, his sight was straightway restored to him. In this play is Helens story told according to the Recantation of Stesichorus. Heracles 27 Hercules was hated from his birth by Hera, and by her devices was made subject to Eurystheus, king of Argos. At his command he performed the great Twelve Labours, whereof the last was that he should bring up Cerberus, the Hound of Hades, from the Underworld. Ere he departed, he committed Amphitryon his father, with Megara his wife, and his sons, to the keeping of Creon, king of Thebes, and so went down into the Land of Darkness. Now when he was long time absent, so that men doubted whether he would ever return, a man of Euboea, named Lycus, was brought into Thebes by evil-hearted and discontented men, and with these conspired against Creon, and slew him, and reigned in his stead. Then he sought further to

slay all that remained of the house of Hercules, lest any should in days to come avenge Creons murder. So these, in their sore strait, took refuge at the altar of Zeus. And herein is told how, even as they stood under the shadow of death, Hercules returned for their deliverance, and how in the midst of that joy and triumph a yet worse calamity was brought upon them by the malice of Hera. Hippolytus 10 HIPPOLYTA, Queen, of the Amazons, bore to Theseus, king of Athens and Troezen, a son whom he named from her, Hippolytus. Now this youth grew up of all men most pure in heart, reverencing chiefly Artemis the Maiden, Goddess of the Chase, and utterly contemning the worship of Aphrodite. Wherefore the wrath of the Queen of Love was kindled against him, and she made Phaedra, his fathers young wife, mad with love for him; and although she wrestled with her malady, and strove to hide it in her heart, till by the fever of it she was brought nigh to deaths door, yet in the end it was revealed, and was made destruction to her and to Hippolytus also. Ion 8 IN the days when Erechtheus ruled over Athens, Apollo wrought violence to the kings young daughter Creusa. And she, having borne a son, left him, by reason of her fear and shame, in the cave wherein the God had humbled her. But Apollo cared for him, and caused the babe to be brought to Delphi, even to his temple. Therein was the child nurtured, and ministered in the courts of the Gods house. And in process of time Erechtheus died, and left no son nor daughter save Creusa, and evil days came upon Athens, that she was hard bestead in war. Then Xuthus, a chief of the Achaean folk, fought for her and prevailed against her Euboean enemies, and for guerdon of victory received the princess Creusa to wife,

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and so became king-consort in Athens. But to these twain was no child born; so, after many years, they journeyed to Delphi to inquire of the oracle of Apollo touching issue. And there the God ordered all things so that the lost was found, and an heir was given to the royal house of Athens. Yet, through the blind haste of mortals, and their little faith, was the son wellnigh slain by the mother, and the mother by the son. Iphigenia in Aulis 19 WHEN the hosts of Hellas were mustered at Aulis beside the narrow sea, with purpose to sail against Troy, they were hindered from departing thence by the wrath of Artemis, who suffered no favouring wind to blow. Then, when they enquired concerning this, Calchas the prophet proclaimed that the anger of the Goddess would not be appeased save by the sacrifice of Iphigenia, eldest daughter of Agamemnon, captain of the host. Now she abode yet with her mother in Mycenae, but the king wrote a lying letter to her mother, bidding her send her daughter to Aulis, there to be wedded to Achilles. All this did Odysseus devise, but Achilles knew nothing thereof. When the time drew near that she should come, Agamemnon repented him sorely. And herein is told how he sought to undo the evil, and of the maidens coming, and how Achilles essayed to save her, and how she willingly offered herself for Hellas sake, and of the marvel that befell at the sacrifice. Iphigenia in Tauris 12 WHEN Iphigenia, daughter of Agamemnon, lay on, the altar of sacrifice at Aulis, Artemis snatched her away, and bare her to the Tauric land, which lieth in Thrace to north of the Black Sea. Here she was made priestess of the Goddesss temple, and in this office was constrained to consecrate men for death upon the altar; for what Greeks soever came to that

coast were seized and sacrificed to Artemis. And herein is told how her own brother Orestes came thither, and by what means they were made known to each other, and of the plot that they framed for their escape. Medea 9 WHEN the Heroes, who sailed in the ship Argo to bring home the Golden Fleece, came to the land of Colchis, they found that to win that treasure was a deed passing the might of mortal man, so terribly was it guarded by monsters magical, even fire-breathing bulls and an unsleeping dragon. But Aphrodite caused Medea the sorceress, daughter of Aeetes the king of the land, to love Jason their captain, so that by her magic he overcame the bulls and the dragon. Then Jason took the Fleece, and Medea withal, for that he had pledged him to wed her in the land of Greece. But as they fled, Absyrtus her brother pursued them with a host of war, yet by Medeas devising was he slain. So they came to the land of lolcos, and to Pelias, who held the kingdom which was Jasons of right. But Medea by her magic wrought upon Pelias daughters so that they slew their father. Yet by reason of mens horror of the deed might not Jason and Medea abide in the land, and they came to Corinth. But there all men rejoiced for the coming of a hero so mighty in war and a lady renowned for wisdom unearthly, for that Medea was grandchild of the Sun-god. But after ten years, Creon the king of the land spake to Jason, saying, Lo, I will give thee my daughter to wife, and thou shall reign after me, if thou wilt put away thy wife Medea; but her and her two sons will I banish from the land. So Jason consented. And of this befell things strange and awful, which are told herein. Orestes 17 WHEN Orestes had avenged his father by slaying his mother Clytaemnestra and Aegisthus her paramour, as is told in the

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Tragedy called Electra, he was straightway haunted by the Erinyes, the avengers of parricide, and by them made mad; and in the torment thereof he continued six days, till he was brought to deaths door. And herein is told how his sister Electra ministered to him, and how by the Argive people they were condemned to death, while their own kin stood far from their help, and how they strove against their doom. The Phoenician Women 15 When Oedipus, king of Thebes, was ware that he had fulfilled the oracle uttered ere he waas born, in that he had slain his father, king Laius, and wedded his mother Jocasta, he plucked out his own eyes in his shame and misery. So he ceased to be king; but, inasmuch as his two sons rendered to him neither love nor worship, he cursed them with this curse, that they should divide their inheritance with the sword. But they essayed to escape this doom by covenanting to rule in turn, year by year. So Eteocles, being the elder, became king for the first year, and Polyneices his brother departed from the land, lest any occasion of offence should arise. But when after a years space he returned, Eteocles refused to yield to him the kingdom. Then went he to Adrastus, king of Argos, who gave him his daughter to wife, and led forth a host of war under seven chiefs against Thebes. And herein is told how the brothers met in useless parley; by what strange sacrifice Thebes was saved; of the Argives vain assault; and how the brothers slew each other in single combat. Rhesus 15 WHEN Hector and the Trojans, as Homer telleth in the Eighth Book of his lliad, had driven the Greeks from before Troy back to their camp beside the sea, the host of Troy lay for that night in the plain overagainst them.

And the Trojans sent forth Dolon a spy to know what the Greeks were minded to do. But there went forth also two spies from the camp of the Greeks, even Odysseus and Diomedes, and these met Dolon and slew him, after that he had told them in his fear all that they would know of the array of the Trojans, and of the coming of their great ally, Rhesus the Thracian, the son of a Goddess. And herein is told of the coming of the Thracian king, and of all that befell that night in the camp of the Trojans. Suppliants 9 IN the days when Theseus ruled in Athens, there was war between Argos and Thebes. For the two sons of Oedipus, being mindful of their fathers curse, that they should divide their inheritance with the sword, covenanted to rule in turn, year by year, over Thebes. So Eteocles, being the elder, became king for the first year, and Polyneices his brother departed from the land, lest any occasion of offence should arise. But when after a years space he returned, Eteocles refused to yield to him the kingdom. Then went he to Adrastus, king of Argos, who gave him his daughter to wife, and led forth a host of war under seven chiefs against Thebes. But, forasmuch as in going he set at naught oracles and seers, his array was utterly broken in battle, and of those seven captains none returned, but Adrastus only. Thereafter, according to the sacred custom of Hellas, and the law of war, the Argives sent to require the Thebans to suffer them to bear away their slain that they might bury them. For, among the Greeks, if a man being dead obtained not burial, this was accounted a calamity worse than death, forasmuch as he was thereby made homeless and accurst in Hades. Yet did the Thebans impiously and despitefully reject that claim, being minded to wreak vengeance on their enemies after death. Then king Adrastus, with the mothers of the slain chiefs, came to Eleusis in Atlica, and made supplication at the altar of Demeter to Aethra the mother of

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Theseus, and to the kings self. So Theseus consented to their prayer, and led the array of Athens against Thebes, and there fought and prevailed, and so brought back the bodies of those chiefs, and rendered to them the deathrites at Eleusis. Daughters of Troy 15 WHEN Troy was taken by the Greeks, the princesses of the House of Priam mere apportioned by lot to the several chiefs of the host. But Polyxena they doomed to be sacrificed on Achilles tomb, and Astyanax, the son of Hector and Andromache, they hurled from a high tower. And herein is told how all this befell; and beside there is naught else save the lamentations of these Daughters of Troy, till the city is set aflame, and the captives are driven down to the sea.
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Less informative than the previous one. 13 Total Hesiod: 493 Homer, c. 750 BC and Homeric Hymns 8% The Iliad The wrath of Achilles, and events during the tenth year of the Trojan War. 615 The Odyssey The wanderings and return of Odysseus to Ithaca after sacking Troy. 248 Homeric Hymns: Hymn to Aphrodite 6 Hymn to Apollo 11 Hymn to Ares 21 Hymn to Asclepius 1 Hymn to Demeter 15 Hymn to Dionysus 1 Hymn to Helius 7 Hymn to Hermes 6 Hymn to Pan 1 Hymn to Selene 2 Total Homer: 883 Hyginus, before AD 207 12 % Poetica Astronomica The myths in relation to stars and constellations. 158 Fabulae Source telling the stories of about 1200 mythical characters. Like Apollodorus,

Total Euripides: 163 Herodotus, 484-430 BC 1% History Total Herodotus: 109 Hesiod, 700 BC 4,6 % Catalogues Collections of scholiasts on Hesiod, among which the so called Catalogues of Women and Eoiae. 122 Shield of Heracles More informative than Works and Days. 18 Theogony Nearly all primeval forces are described here: Chaos, Eros, Nyx, Eris, HARPIES, GORGONS, GRAEAE, MOREAE, MUSES, HORAE, TITANS, CYCLOPES, ERINYES, OCEANIDS, NEREIDS, WINDS, OLYMPIANS, CHARITES, etc. 337 Works and Days

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Hyginus attempts to present a complete catalogue of the myths. 1113 Total Hyginus: 1259 Antoninus Liberalis, AD 100 2% Metamorphoses Folklore-like short stories. Total A. Liberalis: 225 Longus, AD 200 0,06 % Daphnis and Chloe Almost no information besides this love story. Total Longus: 7 Manilius, AD 10 0,05 % Astronomica Another source for the myths in connection with stars and constellations. Total Manilius: 6 Nonnos, 5th c. AD 5% Dionysiaca The god Dionysus wages war against India reaching farther than Alexander the Great. Total Nonnus: 570 Ovid, 43 BC-AD 17 6% Fasti Poetical description of the Roman year. 142 Heroides Twenty one letters from women to their lovers: Penelope to Odysseus, Briseis to Achilles, etc. 16 Metamorphoses One of the main sources to the Greek myths including some Roman extensions. 521 Total Ovidius: 632

Parthenius of Nicaea, 1st c. BC 1% Love Romances Short stories. Some of them do not need to be regarded as myths. Total Parthenius: 98 Pausanias, AD 150 12 % Description of Greece Greece seen by a sharp mind. Entertaining descriptions of cities, landscapes, monuments, etc., followed by many mythological accounts, often commented by the author. Some episodes, like the legendary version of the colonization of Ionia, or the return of the HERACLIDES are narrated in detail. Total Pausanias: 1318 Pindar, 518-438 BC 1% Odes: Isthmian Odes 8 Nemean Odes 16 Olympian Odes 41 Pythian Odes 46 Poems dedicated to victors in athletic games. Total Pindar: 100 Plato, 427-347 BC 0,3 % Critias Source about Atlantis. 15 Phaedrus Offspring of Achelous. 7 The Republic The parentage of the MOERAE. Information about Ajax the Salaminian. 7 Timaeus

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Information about the offspring of Oceanus. 7 Total Plato: 35 Plutarch, AD 45-120 1,3 % Moralia (Greek Questions) 53 Moralia (Greek and Roman Parallel Stories) 55 Parallel Lives: Parallel Lives (Alcibiades) 1 Parallel Lives (Cimon). 1 Parallel Lives (Lysander) 1 Parallel Lives (Numa) 25 Parallel Lives (Pyrrhus) 4 Parallel Lives (Romulus) 50 Parallel Lives (Solon) 7 Parallel Lives (Theseus) 77 Total Plutarch: 246 Propertius, born 50 BC 0,4 % Elegies Total Propertius: 46 Quintus Smyrnaeus, AD 400 3,3 % The Fall of Troy This epic work resumes the story where the Iliad finishes. Total QS: 361 Sophocles, 495-406 BC 0,5 % Ajax 59

THE arms of Achilles, claimed by Ajax as the bravest warrior in the host, were through intrigue given to Odysseus, and Ajax vows vengeance both on the winner and on the awarders of the prize. But Athena, his patron goddess, whom his arrogance has estranged, sends him a delusion so that he mistakes for his foes the sheep and cattle of the Greeks. Athena, when the play opens, is discovered conversing with Odysseus outside the tent of Ajax ; she will show him his mad foe mauling the beasts within. The mad fit passes and Ajax bewails his insensate folly and declares that death alone can wipe out the shame. His wife Tecmessa and the Chorus try to dissuade him, but he will not be comforted and calls for his son Eurysaces. The child is brought, and after leaving his last injunctions for his brother Teucer, Ajax takes a tender farewell. He then, fetches his sword from the tent and goes forth declaring that he will purge himself of his stains and bury his sword. Presently a Messenger from the camp announces that Teucer has returned from his foray and has learnt from Calchas, the seer, that if only Ajax can be kept within the camp for that day all may yet be well. The Chorus and Tecmessa set forth in quest of Ajax, and Tecmessa discovers him lying transfixed by his sword. Teucer finds the mourners gathered round the corpse and is preparing to bury him, when Menelaus hurries up to forbid the burial. After an angry wrangle with Teucer, Menelaus departs, but is succeeded by Agamemnon, who enforces his brothers veto and is hardly persuaded by Odysseus to relent. Ajax is carried by his Salaminians to his grave, a grave (so they prophesy) that shall be famous for all time. Antigone 12 Antigone, daughter of Oedipus, the late king of Thebes, in defiance of Creon who rules in his stead, resolves to bury her brother Polyneices, slain in his attack on Thebes. She is caught in the act by Creons watch-men and brought

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before the king. She justifies her action, asserting that she was bound to obey the eternal laws of right and wrong in spite of any human ordinance. Creon, unrelenting, condemns her to be immured in a rock-hewn chamber. His son Haemon, to whom Antigone is betrothed, pleads in vain for her life and threatens to die with her. Warned by the seer Teiresias Creon repents him and hurries to release Antigone from her rocky prison. But he is too late: he finds lying side by side Antigone who has hanged herself and Haemon who also has perished by his own hand. Returning to the palace he sees within the dead body of his queen who on learning of her sons death has stabbed herself to the heart. Electra 9 Orestes, admonished by the Delphic oracle to avenge his murdered father, sets forth for Mycenae accompanied by his aged Paedagogus and Pylades. When in sight of the palace they lay their plot. The Paedagogus is to present himself as a Phocian messenger and announce to Clytaemnestra that Orestes has been killed in a chariot race at the Pythian games. Meanwhile Orestes and Pylades are to make funeral offerings at the tomb of Agamemnon and then, disguised as Phocians, to carry to the Queen a funeral urn, telling her it holds the ashes of Orestes. Clytaemnestra, warned by an evil dream, sends Chrysothemis to pour a libation on the tomb. Electra meets her on the way thither and persuades her to leave these impious offerings and take instead such gifts as the two sisters can make to their fathers ghost. Clytaemnestra enters with a handmaid bearing fruits to be laid on the altar of Apollo. She rates Electra for being abroad without her leave, and defends her past acts against Electras reproaches. The announcement of a messenger ends the altercation, and the Queen hears with feigned sorrow and ill-concealed joy the news of Orestes death, and invites the messenger to accompany her to the palace. Chrysothemis

returns from the tomb, reporting that someone has been there before her, has wreathed the mound with flowers, and left on the edge a lock of hair. Who can it be but Orestes ? Electra disabuses her, repeating the messengers sad tale, and entreats her aid in executing the resolve to slay with her own hands their unnatural mother and her paramour. Orestes joins them with Pylades and attendants bearing the funeral urn. She takes the urn in her hands and makes her moan over her lost brother. As they converse together Orestes by degrees reveals himself and discloses his purpose. With Pylades he enters the palace, and shortly a death-shriek is heard. He comes forth, and in answer to Electra replies that all is well in the house. Aegisthus is seen approaching, exultant at the report: he has heard of Orestes death. Electra confirms it, and bids him enter the palace and see with his own eyes the corpse. At his bidding the palace doors are thrown open and on a bier is seen a veiled corpse. Aegisthus lifts the face cloth and beholds the corpse of Clytaemnestra with Orestes standing hard by. He knows that his fate is sealed, and is driven at the swords point by Orestes to be slain in the hall where Agamemnon was slain. The Chorus of free Mycenaean women hail the death of the usurper which ends the curse on the house of Atreus. Oedipus at Colonus 12 Oedipus, the blind and banished King of Thebes, has come in his wanderings to Colonus, a deme of Athens, led by his daughter Antigone. He sits to rest on a rock just within the sacred grove of the Furies and is bidden depart by a passing native. But Oedipus, instructed by an oracle that he had reached his final resting-place, refuses to stir, and the stranger consents to go and consult the Elders of Colonus (the Chorus of the Play). Conducted to the spot they pity at first the blind beggar and his daughter, but on learning

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his name they are horror-stricken and order him to quit the land. He appeals to the worldfamed hospitality of Athens and hints at the blessings that his coming will confer on the State. They agree to await the decision of King Theseus. From Theseus Oedipus craves protection in life and burial in Attic soil; the benefits that will accrue shall be told later. Theseus departs having promised to aid and befriend him. No sooner has he gone than Creon enters with an armed guard who seize Antigone and carry her off (Ismene, the other sister, they have already captured) and he is about to lay hands on Oedipus, when Theseus, who has heard the tumult, hurries up and, upbraiding Creon for his lawless act, threatens to detain him till he has shown where the captives are and restored them. In the next scene Theseus returns bringing with him the rescued maidens. He informs Oedipus that a stranger who has taken sanctuary at the altar of Poseidon wishes to see him. It is Polyneices who has come to crave his fathers forgiveness and blessing, knowing by an oracle that victory will fall to the side that Oedipus espouses. But Oedipus spurns the hypocrite, and invoices a dire curse on both his unnatural sons. A sudden clap of thunder is heard, and as peal follows peal, Oedipus is aware that his hour is come and bids Antigone summon Theseus. Selfguided he leads the way to the spot where death should overtake him, attended by Theseus and his daughters. Halfway he bids his daughters farewell, and what followed none but Theseus knew. He was not (so the Messenger reports) for the gods took him. Oedipus the king 9 To Laius, King of Thebes, an oracle foretold that the child born to him by his queen Jocasta would slay his father and wed his mother. So when in time a son was born the infants feet were riveted together and he was left to die on Mount Cithaeron. But a shepherd found the babe and tended him, and delivered him to

another shepherd who took him to his master, the King of Corinth. Polybus being childless adopted the boy, who grew up believing that he was indeed the Kings son. Afterwards doubting his parentage he inquired of the Delphic god and heard himself the weird declared before to Laius. Wherefore he fled from what he deemed his fathers house and in his flight he encountered and unwittingly slew his father Laius. Arriving at Thebes he answered the riddle of the Sphinx and the grateful Thebans made their deliverer king. So he reigned in the room of Laius, and espoused the widowed queen. Children were born to them and Thebes prospered under his rule, but again a grievous plague fell upon the city. Again the oracle was consulted and it bade them purge themselves of blood-guiltiness. Oedipus denounces the crime of which he is unaware, and undertakes to track out the criminal. Step by step it is brought home to him that he is the man. The closing scene reveals Jocasta slain by her own hand and Oedipus blinded by his own act and praying for death or exile. Philoctetes 7 NINE years before the play begins Philoctetes, afflicted by a noisome wound, had been landed by the Greek chiefs on the desert island of Lemnos. He bore with him the famous bow and arrows of Heracles; and without these, as a seer afterwards declared to them, Troy could not be taken. So Odysseus was commissioned to bring back by force or fraud the hero and his arms, and he took with him, to aid him in his purpose, the son of Achilles, Philoctetes dearest friend. When the play begins Odysseus has landed and is instructing Neoptolemus in his part. He is to find Philoctetes and reveal who he is, but pretend that he has come to take him back, not to Troy, but home to Greece. Neoptolemus at first indignantly declines the task and is hardly persuaded to play the traitor. He meets Philoctetes coming forth from his

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cave, makes himself known, and, to gain his confidence, relates fictitious wrongs that he, too, has suffered at the hands of the Greeks. He consents to take Philoctetes home, but as they are starting for the ship a merchant-captain appears (a sailor disguised by Odysseus) who tells them that the Greek captains have sent in pursuit of both. They hasten their departure, but first visit the cave that Philoctetes may fetch away the simples he needs to dress his wound. As he is leaving the cave Philoctetes is seized with a paroxysm of pain. Knowing that after such attacks deep slumber is wont to follow, he entrusts his bow and arrows to Neoptolemus who swears to keep them safe and restore them to their owner. On awakening he demands his bow, but Neoptolemus refuses to give it back and confesses the plot that Philoctetes now suspects. Stung by the denouncement of his treachery and the pathetic appeal to his better nature, Neoptolemus repents him and is in the act of restoring the bow, when Odysseus, who has been watching the scene in hiding, appears to prevent him. The bow Odysseus will have; Philoctetes may go or stay as he chooses. The pair depart together for the ships and Philoctetes is left behind with the chorus of sailors who endeavour to persuade him to return with them. But he is obdurate and they are about to leave him when Neoptolemus is seen hurrying back with the bow, closely followed by Odysseus who tries in vain to arrest him and threatens to denounce him as a traitor to the host. Philoctetes regains his bow and would have used it to let. fly a mortal shaft at Odysseus, had not Neoptolemus stayed his hand. Again he is urged to go back to Troy and again he refuses. Neoptolemus true to his word, reluctantly agrees to convey him home. At this point an apparition is seen in the air above them, the divine form of Heracles, sent by Zeus from Olympus to bid Philoctetes go back to Troy with Neoptolemus and so fulfil the oracle. At last he bows to the will of Heaven.

Trachiniae 11 DEIANIRA, alarmed at the long absence of her husband, resolves to send their son Hyllus in quest of his father. When he left home Heracles had told her that in fifteen months would come the crisis of his fateeither death or glory and rest from his toils. As she meditates, Lichas, the henchman of Heracles, comes in sight, tells her that his master is safe and will shortly follow. He is now at Cape Cenaeum in Euboea, about to raise an altar to Zeus in honour of his victories. With Lichas are a train of captive maidens and among them she espies lole. By cross-questioning she learns that Heracles has transferred to lole his love, and determines to win it back by means of a love-charm that the Centaur Nessus had left to her as he lay dying. So she sends by the hand of Lichas a festal robe besmeared with what proves to be a burning poison. Too late she discovers her mistake. The flock of wool that she had used to apply the charm and flung away smoulders self-consumed before her eyes. Hyllus returns from Euboea and denounces his mother as a murderer, describing the agonies of his tortured father. At the news Deianira passes within the house and slays herself with a sword. The dying Heracles is borne home on a litter. He gives his last injunctions to Hyllus, to bear him to Mount Oeta, there burn him on a pyre, and then to return and take lole to wife. With a bitter word against the gods who have thus afflicted their own son, the noblest man on earth, Hyllus gives an unwilling consent.
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Total Sophocles: 59 Statius, AD 48-96 2,6 % Achilleid On Achilles. 10 Thebaid On the Seven Against Thebes. 277 Total Statius: 286

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Strabo, 64 BC-AD 25 2% Geography A geographical work containing also various mythological accounts. Total Strabo: 215 Tryphiodorus, AD 450 0,3 % The Taking of Ilios Another version of the fall of Troy. Total Tryphiodorus: 42 Valerius Flaccus, AD 80 2% Argonautica

The expedition of the ARGONAUTS. Total Valerius Flaccus: 245 Virgil, 70-19 BC 4% Aeneid Aeneas leaves Troy, comes to Italy, fights his enemies and founds a new kingdom. 440 Georgics Didactical poems with mythological accounts about Orpheus and Eurydice, and Aristaeus, etc. 29 Total Virgil: 466

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Conon, fl. 36 BC-AD 17 Narratives (Diegeseis): Collection of fifty tales, preserved in the epitome of Photius in his Bibliotheke. Photius was a Byzantine scholar and Patriarch of Constantinople in AD 858-67 and 878-86. Recent edition: Malcolm Kenneth Brown, The Narratives of Konon. Text, Translation and Commentary on the Diegeseis. Beitrage zur Altertumskunde 163. Mnchen, Leipzig: K.G. Saur, 2002. Pp. viii + 406. ISBN 3-598-77712-4. Other ancient authors consulted for writing the Greek Mythology Link (www.maicar.com) are: Aelian (Varia Historia), Aristotle, Athenaeus (Deipnosophistae), Aulus Gellius (Attic Nights), Bacchylides (Odes)Boethius (Consolation of Philosophy), Cicero (Letters to Atticus), Clement of Alexandria (Exhortation to the Greeks), Dares, Dictys, Diogenes Laertius (Lives of Eminent Philosophers), Epictetus (Discourses), Livy (History of Rome), Lucian (Works), Lycophron (Alexandra), Musaeus (Hero and Leander), Plotinus (Enneads), Seneca (Tragedies), Suetonius (Lives of the Caesars), Thucydides (History of the Peloponnesian War), Virgil (Eclogues), Xenophon (Symposium), etc.
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Ancient Sources in Chronological Order


The quantitative relevance of an author is measured mainly through the occurrence of mythological names, and is expressed below by the percentage (%) of mythological data found in each author.

Early and Middle Bronze Age (3000-1600 BC) Greek immigration 2200 BC Cretan palaces: 1950 BC Mycenaean Age (1600-1200 BC) Minoan collapse: 1500 BC. Destruction of the Mycenaean citadels in the decades around 1200 BC. Dark Age (1200-800 BC) Phonetic alphabet: c. 800 BC

See also Historical Context of the Myths

Linear B, deciphered 1952. Linear B is a script developed from the Minoan Linear A (still undeciphered), used by the Mycenaeans between ca. 1500 BC and 1100 BC.

Names of gods appear on a clay tablet from Pylos [see for example "Crete and Mycenae: Problems of Mythology and Religious History", in Greek and Egyptian Mythologies, compiled by Yves Bonnefoy (University of Chicago Press, 1992).

Oral tradition Greek Phonetic Alphabet

The myths, sang by the itinerant aoidoi, and rhapsodes

Archaic (800-480 BC) First Olympiad: 776 BC Foundation of Rome: 751 BC

Homer, c. 800 BC

The Iliad The Odyssey Homeric Hymns

Epic poem Epic poem Invocations to the gods Poem describing the origin of the gods. The most complete version on the subject. Poem enumerating heroines, their adventures and descendants. Poem narrating some adventures of Heracles Didactic poem with pratical instructions and ethical maxims

Hesiod, 800 BC

4.6

Theogony

Catalogues Shield of Heracles Works and Days

The Cyclic Poets, 7C or 6C AD (works generally ascribed, therefore repeated): Agias of Troezen Anonymous Antimachus of Theos Arctinus of Miletus, 776 BC 0.28 The Returns The Thebaid The Epigoni Titanomachy Aethiopis Sack of Ilium The Returns Oedipodea The Little Iliad The Telegony Titanomachy The Returns The Little Iliad The Cypria The Little Iliad The Cypria The Little Iliad Fragments of these works, and abridgments by Photius (fl. AD 870) remain. Translation: Hesiod, The Homeric Hymns, and Homerica - Hugh. G. Evelyn-White, Loeb Classical Library [1914] 1982.

Cinaethon of Lacedaemon Eugammon of Cyrene, 568 BC Eumelus of Corinth, 730 BC Diodorus of Erythrae Hegesias of Salamis Lesches of Mytilene, 660 BC Stasinus of Cyprus Thestorides of Phocaea

Classical (480-323 BC) From the Persian Wars to the death of Alexander.

Aeschylus, 525-456 BC Pindar, 518-438 BC Sophocles, 495-406 BC Euripides, 485-406 BC Herodotus, 484-430 BC Aristophanes, c. 447-386 BC

0.5 1 0.5 1.5 1 0.04

Several plays Odes Several plays Several plays History The Birds

See Bibliography Poems dedicated to athletic victors with multiple mythical references See Bibliography See Bibliography The father of history includes several myths in his historical accounts Contains a cosmogonic exposition explaining humorously the origin of birds, but the exposition itself has mythological interest Myth of Atlantis Minor references Myth of Er Minor references Didactic poem dealing with astronomy In several hymns to the gods the poet informs on other characters as well Epic poem in four books, telling the story of Jason and the Argonauts Several accounts on the gods presented with the purpose of refuting the Greek traditional tales History of the world with many myths recorded

Plato, 427-347 BC

0.3

Critias Phaedrus The Republic Timaeus

Hellenistic (323-31 BC) From the death of Alexander to the fall of Alexandria (but Greece became a Roman province in 146 BC).

Aratus of Soli, 315-245 BC Callimachus, 284 BC Apollonius Rhodius, 260 BC Cicero, 106-43 BC Diodorus Siculus, 80-20 BC

0.08 0.3 1.8 0.3

Phaenomena Hymns Argonautica On the Nature of the Gods The Library of History

4.4

Imperial Age (31 BC-AD 600) End of West Rome AD 476

[Orpheus], ?

0.4

Argonautica Orphica Orphic Hymns

Account on the expedition of the Argonauts Invocations Complete account from the incident between the Argonauts and the Trojans to the fall of Troy Epic poem relating the wanderings of Aeneas and his arrival to Italy Didactic poem dealing with rural gods, and serving as a manual of farming as well Extensive work dealing with geographical and historical subjects, and describing customs and traditions as well Work dealing with the history of Rome from the mythical beginnings to the First Punic War Love poems with mythical references A Poem in 15 books collecting important myths A poem in six books, having by subject the Roman calendar, in which relevant traditions (mythical, historical and astronomical) are described Twenty-one imaginary letters of heroines to their lovers

Dares the Phrygian, ? Virgil, 70-19 BC

History of the Fall of Troy The Aeneid Georgics

Strabo, 64 BCAD 25 Dionysius of Halicarnassus, 60 BC-AD 7 Propertius, born 50 BC Ovid, 43 BC-AD 17

Geography

1.5

The Roman Antiquities Elegies Metamorphoses Fasti

0.4 6

Heroides

Imperial (cont.)

Conon, fl. 36 BCAD 17

Narratives (Diegeseis)

Collection of fifty tales, preserved in the epitome of Photius in his Bibliotheke. Photius was a Byzantine scholar and Patriarch of Constantinople in AD 858-67 and 878-86 Collection of prose outlines of love stories Epic poem about the war of the Seven Against Thebes Epic poem (unfinished) covering the first years of Achilles, his education and his mother's fears Fifty biographies of historical and also mythical characters. See which lives are mythologically relevant at Bibliography, Ancient Authors The Moralia are treatises on various subjects. They include not few mythical accounts.

Parthenius, 1st c. BC Statius, AD 48-96

1 2.6

Love Romances Thebaid Achilleid

Plutarch, AD 45-120

1.3

Parallel Lives

Moralia (Greek and Roman Parallel Stories) Moralia (Greek Questions) Valerius Flaccus, AD 80 2 Argonautica

Unfinished epic poem in eight books on the expedition of the Argonauts. It tells the story up to the escape of the Argonauts from Colchis and the murder of Medea's brother Apsyrtus

Imperial (cont.)

Apollodorus, AD 100

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The Library

This is the most complete ancient mythographic compilation available. After a Theogonical introduction, Apollodorus goes through the description of several mythological families, such as that of Deucalion, that of Inachus, Atlas, etc. This work, including its Epitome, covers the Trojan War, the Returns of the Achaean leaders, and the wanderings of Odysseus Series of mythological tales (41 fables of metamorphoses) Mythical and historical accounts, and description of Greek landmarks. In addition to many tales, throne succession in several cities, and the return of the Heraclides are described in detail A Latin novel. The only known source for the myth of Eros and Psyche Novel depicting a pastoral love story Latin didactic poem on celestial phenomena Large mythographic compilation organized in 277 short sections, providing many interesting versions of the myths Astronomical manual based on Greek mythological accounts Account on the fall of Troy. Perhaps a translation from a document going back to 3C AD Epic in 48 books narrating the adventures of Dionysus in India Epic poem. Almost seven hundred remaining lines deal with the events between the episode of the Wooden Horse and the sacrifice of Polyxena Epic poem, completing the story of the Trojan War Epic poem giving an account of the Judgement of Paris and his seduction of Helen

Antoninus Liberalis, AD 100 Pausanias, AD 150

2 12

Metamorphoses Description of Greece

Apuleius, AD 160 Longus, AD 200 Manilius, AD 10 Hyginus, before AD 207

0.01 0.06 0.05 12

The Golden Ass Daphnis and Chloe Astronomica Fabulae

Poetica Astronomica Dictys of Cnossus, 4C AD? Nonnos, 5C AD Tryphiodorus, AD 450 Journal of the Trojan War Dionysiaca The Taking of Ilios

5 0.3

Quintus Smyrnaeus, AD 400 Colluthus, AD 500

3.3

The Fall of Troy

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The Rape of Helen

Other ancient authors consulted for writing the Greek Mythology Link are: Aelian (Varia Historia), Aristotle, Athenaeus (Deipnosophistae), Aulus Gellius (Attic Nights), Bacchylides (Odes)Boethius (Consolation of Philosophy), Clement of Alexandria (Exhortation to the Greeks), Dares, Dictys, Diogenes Laertius (Lives of Eminent Philosophers), Epictetus (Discourses), Livy (History of Rome), Lucian (Works), Lycophron (Alexandra), Musaeus (Hero and Leander), Plotinus (Enneads), Seneca (Tragedies), Suetonius (Lives of the Caesars), Thucydides (History of the Peloponnesian War), Virgil (Eclogues), Xenophon (Symposium), etc.

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Works Arranged in the Order of Events


Works arranged following the chronological order of the mythical events they narrate. The table below includes works on particular subjects; larger collections of myths have been excluded.

Jason and the Argonauts Related to Thebes Related to the Trojan War Returns and wanderings after the fall of Troy Vengeance and adventures of Orestes

Works of authors other than playwrights Greek | Latin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Shield of Heracles Hesiod Argonautica Orphica Argonautica Apollonius R. Argonautica Valerius F. Dionysiaca Nonnos Theogony Hesiod

Playwrights Aeschylus Sophocles Euripides

Prometheus Bound The Suppliant Maidens Bacchanals

Ion

Alcestis Heracles Trachiniae Medea Hippolytus

12 13 14 Thebaid Statius Seven Against Thebes

Oedipus the king Oedipus at Colonus The Phoenician Women Antigone Suppliants Achilleid Statius The Rape of Helen Colluthus Helen Iphigenia in Aulis The Iliad Homer Ajax Philoctetes The Fall of Troy Quintus S. The Taking of Ilios Tryphiodorus Hecabe Rhesus

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Eumenides The Odyssey Homer The Aeneid Virgil Agamemnon The LibationBearers Electra

Daughters of Troy Cyclops Electra Orestes

Iphigenia in Tauris Andromache Heraclides

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Sources of Images

Museums
Neue Pinakotek, Mnchen. Glyptotek, Mnchen. Staatliches Antikensammlungen, Mnchen. Archaeologie Staatssamlung, Mnchen. Historisches Museum der Stadt Wien. Gemldegalerie der Akademie der bildende Knste, Wien. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. sterreichische Galerie Belvedere, Wien. Schnbrunn Schlo. Pinacoteca Nazionale, Bologna. Museo Civico Archeologico, Bologna. Historisches Museum, Bern. Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart. Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nrnberg. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. Rmisch-Germanischer Museum, Kln. Wallraf Richartz Museum, Kln. Wilhelmshhe Slo, Kassel. Hessisches Landesmuseum, Kassel. Neue Galerie, Kassel. Museum of Classical Antiquities, Lund. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Rudolph Tegners Museum, Danmark. Altes Museum, Berlin. Pergamon Museum, Berlin. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. Museum fr vor und Frgeschichte, Berlin. Galerie der Romantik, Charlottenburg Schlo, Berlin. gyptysche Museum, Berlin. Hamburger Kunsthalle. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. Kunsthalle, Bremen. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. Augusteum, Oldenburg. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. Mauritshuis, Den Haag. Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam.

Museum voor schone kunsten, Gent. Stedelijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten (Muse Groeninge). Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. Muse des beaux arts, Caen. Muse des beaux arts, Chartres. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. Frederiksborgmuseet (Det Nationalhistoriske Museum p Frederiksborg Slot), Copenhagen. Muse d'Art et d'Histoire, Genve. Muse Rath, Genve. Archaeological Museum, Delphi. Archaeological Museum, Thebes. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. Acropolis Museum, Athens. Archaeological Museum of Eleusis. Archaeological Museum, Corinth. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. Archaeological Museum, Leucas. Nationalmuseum, Stockholm. Medelhavsmuseet, Stockholm. Konstakademin, Stockholm. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Capodimonte Palace and National Gallery, Naples. Museo Diefenbach Certosa di Capri. Museo Correale di Terranova, Sorrento. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Sir John Soane's Museum, London. British Museum, London. Royal Academy of Arts, London. Den Kongelige Afstbningssamling, Copenhagen. The Thorvaldsen Museum, Copenhagen. Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen. Herakleion Museum, Herakleion (Crete). Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid. Museo Arqueolgico Nacional, Madrid.

Public Places
Clemenstorget, Lund, Sweden. Island of Rhodes, Greece. Apotek Svanen, Lund, Sweden. City of Bologna, Italy. Hotel Nazareth, Holland. Site of Ancient Calydon. The river Evenus.

City of Aegium, Gulf of Corinth, Greece. Site of Delphi, Greece. Site of Aulis, Greece. City of Thebes, Greece. City of Athens, Greece. Boutique of the National Archaeological Museum, Athens. Acropolis, Athens. City of Eleusis, Greece. Site of Eleusis, Greece. City of Corinth, Greece. Site of Corinth, Greece. Site of Mycenae, Greece. Site of Olympia, Greece. Cruise Leucas-Cephallenia-Ithaca, Greece. Pompeii, Italy. Axel Munthe's Villa San Michele, Capri, Italy. Herculaneum, Italy. Kensington Gardens, London. Palace of Knossos, Crete, Greece. Dictaean Cave, Crete, Greece.

Printed Sources
Ovide, Les Metamorphoses, 1677. Les METAMORPHOSES DOVIDE EN LATIN ET FRANOIS, DIVISES EN XV LIVRES, Avec de nouvelles Explications Historiques, Morales & Politiques sur toutes les Fables, chacune selon son sujet; DE LA TRADUCTION DE Mr. PIERRE DU-RYER PARISIEN, DE LACADEMIE FRANOISE. Edition nouvelle, enrichie de tres-belles Figures. A BRUXELLES, Chez Franois Foppens, Marchand Libraire & Imprimeur au S. Esprit. MDCLXXVII. Philip Gilbert Hamerton, Man In Art (Macmillan and Co., London & New York 1892). Fabeln der Alten (1754). Bernard Picart (1673-1733). Homers Werke von Johan Heinrich Voss. Stockholm och Upsala, bei Em Bruzelius 1820. De Gyllene Bckerna. Odyssen. vers. G. Borgstrm med 12 planscher av BONAVENTURA GENELLI, Bonniers Frlag, Stockholm 1901. Pinelli / Rollin, 1818. Alexander S. Murray, Manual of Mythology (1898). Sir William Smith, A Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography, Mythology, and Geography (1898). Thomas Bulfinch, The Age of Fable or Beauties of Mythology (1898). Gustav Schwab, Die schnsten Sagen des klassischen Altertums (1912). Julius Centerwall, Grekernas och romarnas mytologi (1897). Hugo Bergstedt, Huvuddragen av grekernas och romarnes mytologi (1909). Hedda Anderson, Frn Nordens, Greklands och Roms Sagotid (1905).

A. H. Petiscus, Olympen eller grekernes och romarnes mytologi (1872). Otto Seemann, Grekernas och romarnes mytologi (1881). Ausfrliches Lexikon der griechisches und rmisches Mythologie (1884).

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Catalogue of Images

0626: Dosso Dossi 1489-1542: Jupiter, Merkur und Virtus (detail)

It is no great matter to make a goddess into a witch or a virgin into a harlot; but to achieve the contrary, to give the humiliated dignity, to make the fallen worth coveting, for that either art or character is needed. J. W. Goethe, 1749-1832. Barbarians are not beauty-lovers; they are money-lovers. Lucian (c. 120-190 AD), The Hall 6.

Sections Images Illustrating the Texts Albums Maps & Charts

1. Images illustrating the texts


Preliminary
COVER 1703: Minerva. Roman bust from 2C AD. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Abbreviations 7912: Dione. Sir John Soanes Museum, London.

Biographies
Contents Biographies 0311: Corinthian helmet from southern Italy, ca.500 BC. Staatliches Antikensammlungen, Mnchen. Achilles 3718: Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1751-1829: Achilles 1775. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 0813 Thetis dipping Achilles in the waters of the river Styx. Donato Creti, 1671-1749. Pinacoteca Nazionale, Bologna. 4033: Erasmus Quellinus 1607-1678: Achilles among the daughters of Lycomedes. Muse Groeninge. 7323: Achille affronta Agamennone, in pasta vitrea. Pompei, Casa di Apollo. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. oooo: Thetis brings the armour to Achilles who mourns Patroclus 1. Engraving by Benjamin West, 1738-1820. 3924: Achilles death. Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640: Paris doodt Achilles. Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam. Actaeon 3320: German work from the 17th century AD. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. Adonis 0129: Statue by B. T. Thorvaldsen, 1770-1844. Neue Pinakotek, Mnchen Birth of Adonis. Drawing by Nicolas-Andr Monsiau, 1754-1837 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806). 5633: Antonio Canova 1757-1822: Vnus et Adonis 1789-1794. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 4601: Death of Adonis. Nicolas Poussin 1591-1665: Vnus pleurant Adonis. Muse des beaux arts, Caen. Adrastus 1 R5-1400: Tydeus, Polynices, Adrastus and his family. Vasenbild: Tydeus und Polyneikes, zu Adrast kommend, von dessen Frau un Tchtern begrt (nach Arch. Zeitg. 1866, Taf. 206, 1). Roscher, 1884. Aeacus 2718: Zeus turns ants into men to help Aeacus. Drawing from the 17C AD. Telamon and Aeacus. Drawing by Jean-Michel Moreau le Jeune, 1741-1814 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806).

Aeetes. Aeetes watches as Jason yokes the bulls. Drawing by Nicolas-Andr Monsiau, 1754-1837 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806). Jason. Marble, third quarter of the 16th century. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Aegeus 1. Medea, Theseus and Aegeus 1. Painting by William Russell Flint, 1880-1969. 8303: Theseus lifting the rock. Terracotta relief plaque. Roman 1st century BC or AD. British Museum, London. Aegisthus 4237: Pierre-Narcisse Gurin 1774-1833: Clytemnestre hsitant avant de frapper Agamemnon endormi. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 8714: Orestes og Elektra fundet 1623. Menelaos, Romersk 1. rh. f./e. Kr. Rom, Museo Nazionale Romano (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). R1-152: Orestes killing Aegisthus (from a vase, Roscher, 1884). Aeneas 1636: Aeneas. Roman copy from II c. AD of bronze statue from 12 BC. Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 0734: Aeneas and Anchises 1. Statue from the 18C. Schnbrunn Schlo, Austria. 2314: Aeneas and Aphrodite. Venus receives Aeneas in Olympus. Painting by Peter de Witte called Candid, 1548-1628. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin Aeolus 2. 1026: Wind god in terracotta from the 18C AD. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. 1027: Wind god in terracotta from the 18C AD. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. Agamemnon 3926: Quarrel between Achilles and Agamemnon. Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640: Achilles vertoornd op Agamemnon. Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam. Sacrifice of Iphigenia. Drawing by Jean-Michel Moreau le Jeune, 1741-1814 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806). 6330: Gold death-mask, Schliemanns Agamemnon. Finds from Shaft Grave V of Grave Circle A at Mycenae, 2nd half of the 16th century BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. Ajax 1 0220: Reflecting Ajax. Reconstruction from plaster cast. Glyptothek, Mnchen. Ajax 2 3505: Poseidon destroys Ajax. Drawing by Bonaventura Genelli, 1798-1868. R2-981: Aias und Kassandra, Vasenbild (Ann. d. Inst. 1877 tav. dagg. N). Roscher, 1884. Alcmena Birth of Heracles. Drawing by Jean-Jacques-Franois Le Barbier the Elder, 1738-1826. 8215: Red-figured bell-krater (wine-bowl) with Alkmena seated on an altar stacked with wood (left: Antenor; right: Amphitryon). Paestum c. 330 BC. British Museum, London. Alcestis 7104: Admetus and Alcestis listen to the oracle. Pompei, casa del Poeta Tragico (VI 8,3), tablino (8). National Archaeological Museum, Naples.

0504: Alcestis gives her life for Admetus. Painting by Friedrich Heinrich Fger, 1751-1818. Gemldegalerie der Akademie der bildende Knste, Wien. Amphiaraus R1-295: Eriphyle, with a child, is seen holding the necklace of Harmonia. Behind the shield Amphiaraus holds his helmet. Roscher, 1884. R1-299: Amphiaraus falls into the chasm. Etruscan urn. Roscher, 1884. Amphion 1. 7027: Toro Farnese. Inizio III sec. d.C. Da originale di et ellenistica [detail: Amphion]. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 4014: Antoon van Dyck 1599-1641: Jupiter en Antiope. Museum voor schone kunsten, Gent. 7024: Toro Farnese. Inizio III sec. d.C. Da originale di et ellenistica [detail: Dirce]. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7026: Toro Farnese. Inizio III sec. d.C. Da originale di et ellenistica [detail: Antiope]. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Amphitryon 7203: The child Hercules strangles the snakes [detail Amphitryon]. Ercolano. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Anchises 1. 3831: Aeneas carries Anchises. Work from c. 1550. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. 5028: Aphrodite from Aphrodisium in Asia Minor. Roman, 2C AD. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Andromache. Andromache shows little Astyanax to her husband Hector as he departs for battle. Engraving by Albert Maignan, 1845-1908. 3635: Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1751-1829: Hektors Abschied von Andromache 1812. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. Andromeda 2316: Perseus releases Andromeda. Painting by Pieter Paul Rubens, 1577-1640. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 4919: Hermann Wilhelm Bissen 1798-1868: Andromeda, 1857. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Perseus turns his enemies into stone. Drawing by Nicolas-Andr Monsiau, 1754-1837 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806). Antigone 2 Antigone and Ismene. Emil Teschendorff (1823-?). Aphrodite. 0131: Venus mit dem Apfel. 1813-16. B. T. Thorvaldsen 1770-1844. Werkstattkopie von W. Matthi. Neue Pinakotek, Mnchen. 3809: Aphrodite Urania. Christian Griepenkerl (1839-1916): Venus Urania mit der Weltkugel in der Hand als Ideal der Knstler. Griepenkerl-Gemlde im Treppenhaus des Augusteums, Oldenburg. Apollo. 1614: Roman statue by Apollonius. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 6819: Reconstruction of an ancient sevenstringed lyre. It has a turtle shell sound box (cheloneio). Made by artist G. Polyzos. Archaeological Museum, Leucas. 3824: Jean-Etienne Liotard 1702-1789: Apollo and Daphne. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

Arachne Arachne and Athena. Drawing by Jean-Jacques-Franois Le Barbier, 1738-1826. Ares. 4232: Ares Borghese, 420 BC. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 8205: Mask of Phobos (fear) within a radiating petal design. 4th century AD. From Halicarnassus. British Museum. Argus 1 0532: Hermes and Argus. Painting by Jan Both 1615-1652 and Nikolaus Knpfer, 1603-1655. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 2615: Hera gathers the eyes of Argus 1. Drawing from the 17C AD. Ariadne . 2133: Roman copy of a Greek statue from the end of the 4C AD. Pergamon Museum, Berlin. 4503: France, debut de XIXe sicle: Ariane et Thse. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 8717: Den sovende Ariadne. Francesco Primaticcio (1504/05-1570) ca. 1540 Bronze. Fontainebleau, ved Paris. Aendret kopi efter statue i Vatikanet (fundet fr 1512) som er en romersk kopi efter graesk original fra ca 250 f.Kr. 1030: Ariadne. Statue by Johann Heinrich Dannecker, 1758-1841. Stdtische GalerieLiebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. 9632: View of the island of Dia, where Theseus forsook Ariadne. Arion 2. 7820: Thomas Scheemakers 1740-1808: Arion and the dolphin. Terra-cotta. Victoria and Albert Museum. 0312: Dolphin from Eretria, Euboea, 330-310 BC. Staatliches Antikensammlungen, Mnchen. Artemis 6921: Diana of Versailles, Roman marble copy after original from end of 4C - early 3C BC. Copy at Konstakademin, Stockholm. 8623: Artemis og Ifigenia, rekonstrueret. Originalen af marmor findes i Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Romersk kopi efter aeldre forbillede hellenistisk 2./1. rh f.Kr. (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). Asclepius. 5019: Roman statue. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 2007 Hygia. Statue from 2C AD, Rhodes. 6614: Dedication of body parts from the sanctuary of Asklepios, in thanks for miraculous healing. 4C BC. Archaeological Museum, Corinth. Atalanta 9412: Vilhelm Bissen 1836-1913: Atalanta, 1891. Marble. Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen. 0534: Painting by P. P. Rubens 1577-1640 (detail). Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 7429: Guido Reni 1575-1642: Atalanta e Ippomene. Capodimonte Palace and National Gallery, Naples. Athamas 1 2634: Tisiphone 1 maddens Athamas 1 and Ino. Drawing from the 17C AD. Ino and Bacchus. Engraving (c. 1860) from a sculptural group by John Henry Foley 1818-74. Hera visits the ERINYES in the Underworld. Drawing by Nicolas-Andr Monsiau, 1754-1837, showing also Cerberus, DANAIDS, Sisyphus and Ixion (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806).

Athena. 1001: Reconstruction of a lost bronze group from Acropolis. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. 6510: Head of Triton in fragment of a white-ground kylikes. Early 5C BC. Archaeological Museum of Eleusis. Atlas 7201: Atlante sostiene la volta celeste 2C AD. Collezione Farnese. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 0655: Perseus and Atlas. Drawing by Jean-Jacques-Franois Le Barbier, 1738-1826. 6708: Athena, Heracles, and Atlas with the apples of the Hesperides. Temple of Zeus, Olympia, c. 460 BC. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. Atreus 6628: Entrance of the Treasury of Atreus at Mycenae. 6629: View from the inside of the Treasury of Atreus at Mycenae. 6636: Interior of the Treasury of Atreus at Mycenae. Attis. 8002: Attis. Marble, 2nd. century AD. British Museum, London. 3413: Statyette der Gttin Kybele. Griechisch 330-300 v. Chr. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. R1-725: Cybele, Attis, and worshippers. Votive relief in Venice. Roscher, Lex. 1884. Bellerophon 0724: Bellerophon and Chimera. Statue by Johan Nepomuk Schaller, 1777-1842.sterreichische Galerie Belvedere, Wien. 7918: Terracotta relief. Bellerophon and the Chimaera. Melos about 450 BC. British Museum, London. Briseis. 7034: Patroclus separates Briseis from Achilles. Pompeii, casa del Poeta Tragico (VI 8,3), atrio (3). National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 4435: Joseph-Marie Vien 1716-1809: Lembarquement de Chrysis confie Ulysse par Agamemnon, vers 1780/85. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. Cadmus Cadmus kills the dragon of Ares. Drawing by Nicolas-Andr Monsiau, 1754-1837 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806). 5104: Europa. Roman mosaic. 2635: Cadmus and Harmonia 1 turn into serpents. Drawing from the 17C AD. Caerus 2 (Opportunity) Caerus (Kairos; Opportunity). Marble relief, reproduced in LCL No. 256 from Arch. Zeit. XXXIII. Pl. I. 1. Calchas 3207: The sacrifice of Iphigenia (depicting also Calchas, Artemis and Agamemnon). Painting by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, 1696-1770. Hamburger Kunsthalle. Callisto 3822: Zeus (as Artemis) and Callisto. Jacob de Wit 1695-1754: Jupiter disguised as Diana, seducing the nymph Callisto. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. 9821: Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640: Diana y Calisto. Museo Nacional del Prado. Calypso 3.

4318: Anatole Calmels 1822-1906: Calypso 1853. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 0421: Odysseus and Calypso. Hendrik van Balen, Jan Brueghel the Elder and Joos de Momper the Elder. Gemldegalerie der Akademie der bildende Knste, Wien. Cassandra 3307: Bust by Max Klinger, 1857-1920. Hamburger Kunsthalle. 3125: Cassandra warns the Trojans. Engraving by Bernard Picart, 1673-1733. 5727: Ajax, Cassandre et le Palladion. Skyphos. Campanie peintre de Capoue 7531. 350-330 avant J.-C. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. Ceyx Ceyx & Alcyone. Drawing by Jean-Michel Moreau le Jeune, 1741-1814 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806). Chaos Contemporary painting. Charybdis 3505: Odysseus shipwrecked. Drawing by Bonaventura Genelli, 1798-1868. 2012: Helius. From the pediment of his temple, Rhodes. Hellenistic period. Chiron 0909: Achilles and Chiron. Detail of painting by Gottlieb Schick, 1776-1812. Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart. 7115: Achilles and Chiron. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Chronos (Time) 0628: Allegory of transience. Painting by Antonio de Pereda 1611-1678. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. Cinyras 1 4730: Marcantonio Franceschini 1648-1729: Die Geburt des Adonis, gegen 1700. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. Circe 0808: Circe. Painting by Lorenzo Garbieri, 1588-1654. Pinacoteca Nazionale, Bologna. 2824: Picus & Circe. Drawing from the 17C AD. 0426: Odysseus & Circe. Painting by Hubert Maurer, 1738-1818. Gemldegalerie der Akademie der bildende Knste, Wien. Cleobis and Biton 6001: Archaic statues representing the brothers Cleobis and Biton. Made by an Argive artist (Polymedes?), c. 600 BC. Archaeological Museum, Delphi. Clytaemnestra Agamemnon, Orestes, Iphigenia and Clytaemnestra. Engraving from G. Schwabs Die schnsten Sagen... 1912. Orestes at trial with Apollo, Athena, and the ERINYES. Engraving from G. Schwabs Die schnsten Sagen... 1912. Creon 2 8008: Sphinx. Marble about AD 120-140. British Museum, London. Croesus. 5103: Kneeling Persian. Roman after Hellenistic original 2C AD. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Cronos

8910: Skaegget mand med kappe over issen. Saturnus. Romersk 1 rh. e. kr. Vatikanet, Sala dei Busti (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 9824: Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640: Saturno. Museo Nacional del Prado. Cronos & Rhea 1. Illustration from the 19C AD. Cyrene 8010: Cyrene. Marble. Probably about AD 120-150. British Museum, London. Daedalus Daedalus and Icarus. Painting by Charles-Paul Landon, 1760-1826. Muse des Beaux-Arts et de la Dentelle, Alenon. Contemporary image after pattern in a Cretan coin from 330 BC. 7116: Theseus after vanquishing the Minotaur. Wall painting. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Danae 7424: Tiziano Vecellio, 1489/90-1576: Danae 1544-46. Capodimonte Palace and National Gallery, Naples Acrisius casts Danae and Perseus into the sea. Painting by William Russell Flint, 1880-1969. 8804: Perseus, Medusa med Pegasos og Athena fra Selinunt, Graesk, arkaisk 550-540 f.Kr. Palermo, Museo Nazionale (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). Daphne 1 0836: Apollo & Daphne 1. Painting by Giovanni Biliverti, 1576-1644. Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart. 0913: Apollo & Daphne 1. Peter Fltners, 1490-1546. Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nrnberg. Demeter 9734: Demter del tipo Madrid-Capitolio. Comienzos del siglo III d.C. Museo Nacional del Prado. 3331: Hades abducts Persephone, 1621-22. After marble group by Gian Lorenzo Bernini at Galleria Borghese in Rome. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. 3712: Niederlndischer Maler des 16. Jahrhundert: Fnf Mythologische Figuren. Niederlndischer Romanist nach Rosso Fiorentino. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 1202: Demeter from Cnidos. Marble ca. 340 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. Deucalion 1 2307: Deucalion and Pyrrha. Painting by Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione called Il Grechetto 1609-1664. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. Dido 4534: Sacchi Andrea 1599-1661: Didon abandonne ou Didon sur le bcher. Muse des beaux arts, Caen. Dike 0616: Astraea (Justice) leaves the Earth. Painting by Salvator Rosa, 1615-1673. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. R1-1019: Dike und Adikia (nach Nuove Memorie dell Inst. arch. 2 tav. 4, 4. Roscher, 1884. Diomedes 2 0233 Diomedes. Copy of a statue by Kresilas from ca. 430 BC. Glyptothek, Mnchen. Diomedes and Athena attack Ares. John Flaxman, 1755-1826. Dionysus 2 0135: Roman copy of Greek original from 4C BC. Glyptothek, Mnchen.

0404: Silenus and the child Dionysus. Copy of a statue from 310-300 BC. Archaeologie Staatssamlung. 4720: Angelica Kauffmann 1741-1807: Die verlassene Ariadne vor 1782. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. Echo 4707: Nicolas Poussin 1594-1665: Narziss [Narcissus and Echo]. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 3116: Engraving by Bernard Picart, 1673-1733. Eirene 1 (Peace) 0224: Eirene mit dem kleinen Plutus. Kopie nach einer Kultstatue des Kephisodot auf dem Markplatz von Athen (um 370 v. Chr.). Glyptothek, Mnchen. Electra 2 4916: Hermann Wilhelm Bissen 1798-1868: Electra, 1858. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 8713: Orestes og Elektra fundet 1623. Menelaos, Romersk 1. rh. f./e. Kr. Rom, Museo Nazionale Romano (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 7125: Orestes and Pylades. Pompei, casa del Citarista. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Endymion: 8018: Endymion sleeping on Mount Latmos. Marble. Probably 2nd century AD. British Museum, London. 7915: Endymion sleeping. Sir John Soanes Museum, London. Envy R1-1307: Athena catching the Cecropides. Athena berrascht die Kekropiden bei der ffnung der Erichthoniosciste (Vase des Brit. Mus. Ann. 1879). Roscher, 1884. 0538: Mercury discovers Herse (Hermes and the daughters of Cecrops 1: Herse, Aglaurus & Pandrosus). Painting by Jan Boeckhorst 1604-1668. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0425: Athena visits Envy. Painting by Karel Dujardin 1626-1678. Gemldegalerie der Akademie der bildende Knste, Wien. Eos John Gibson 1790-1866: Sculpture of Aurora (1849). Drawing by Sig. Guglielmi. Eris R1-1338: Eris, Vasenbild nach Gerhard, Ges. akad. Abhandl. Atlas Taf. X Fig. 5. Roscher, 1884. Allegorisk kvindefigur, Natten. Michelangelo Buonarotti (1475-1564), 1526-31. Firenze, San Lorenzo, Sagrestia Nuova. (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). Eros 3626: Eros von Centocelle um 350 v. Chr. Praxiteles aus Athen, ttig von 370-320 v. Chr. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 5126: Eros & Psyche. Painting by C. G. Kratzenstein-Stub, 1793-1860. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 3409: Die ideale Liebe. Gustave Deloy, Porzellan ca. 1890-95. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. cen110: Eros and Anteros. Relief in Naples. J. Centerwall, 1897. Europa

0816: The abduction of Europa. Painting by Antonio Carracci, 1583-1618. Pinacoteca Nazionale, Bologna. Eurystheus 6935: Juno. Konstakademin, Stockholm. Gaia. 8838: Tellus. Roman relief, 13-9 BC. Marble, Ara Pacis. Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen. oooo: Gaia. Den stora modern. Grass sculpture by Lena Lervik, Lund, Sweden 1998. Ganymedes 3316: Ganymedes and Zeus. Wall decoration in Hamburger Kunsthalle. 6734: Abduction of Ganymedes (detail), c. 470 BC. 0627: Painting from ca. 1580, following Michelangelo Buonarroti. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. Geras (Old Age). Marble head of an old woman from a free-standing statue or a relief. Roman copy (Hellenistic original 3rd or 2nd century BC). British Museum, London. Contemporary drawing. Hades Hades. Relief dedicated by the priest Lakrateides and his family to the Eleusinian deities. It depicts the legend of Triptolemos 100-90 BC. Archaeological Museum of Eleusis. 0126: Der Raub der Proserpina. Relief by C. F. Holbeck, 1811-1880. Neue Pinakotek, Mnchen. 3709: Niederlndischer Maler des 16. Jahrhundert: Fnf Mythologische Figuren: Hades. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. Hebe. 2111: Statue by Antonio Canova, 1757-1822. Altes Museum, Berlin. 4906: Jens Adolph Jericha 1816-1883: Hercules and Hebe, 1845. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 4211: Charles Durand 1837-1917: Hb, 1874. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. Hecabe 1 R3-2954: Priam, Hecabe and Hector (detail). Altkorinth. Vasenb. (nach Mon. d. Inst. 1855, T. 20). Roscher, 1884. Hecate. Drawing of Roman bronze, ca. 1890. Hector 1. 4225: Hector, Paris and Helen. Pierre-Claude-Franois Delvome 1783-1859: Hector adressant des reproches Paris. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 4609: Vien Joseph-Marie 1716-1809: Les adieux dHector et dAndromaque. Muse des beaux arts, Caen. 3922: Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640: Achilles doodt Hector. Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam. Death of Astyanax. Engraving after a drawing from 18C AD. Helen. 7804: John Gibson 1790-1866: Helen of Troy. Marble. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 5123: Antonio Canova 1757-1822: Paris, 1807. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 4528: Giordano Luca 1634-1705: Enlvement dHlne. Muse des beaux arts, Caen. Helius 2018: Ancient head in Rhodes.

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4425: Charles de la Fosse 1636-1716: Le lever du soleil (Helius awakens the gods). Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 8001: Clytie. Parian marble, AD 40-50. British Museum, London. Helius and Leucothoe. Drawing by Nicolas-Andr Monsiau, 1754-1837 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806). Hephaestus. 5814: Vulcain. IIe sicle aprs J.-C. Ostia Antica, Muse. 6305: Head of Hera from a cult statue. Work of an Argive workshop of the school of Polykleitos with Pheidian influence. Ca. 420 BC. Found at Argive Heraion. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 0830: Venus in Vulcans workshop. Painting by Gaetano Gandolfi, 1734-1802. Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart. 0536: Anton van Dyck 1599-1641. Thetis receives Achilles new armour from Hephaestus. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. Hera 1207: Hera Ludovisi. 5C BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 0307: Sabouroff-Maler. Hera, 470-460 v. Chr. Staatliches Antikensammlungen, Mnchen. Heracles 1. 7021: Ercole Farnese. Reilaborazione di et imperiale. Da originale della II met del IV sec. a.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 0905: Hebe. Bust by Antonio Canova, 1757-1822. Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart. Hermaphroditus. 4220: Franois-Dominique-Aim-Milhomme 1758-1823: Hermaphrodite. Palais des Beauxarts, Lille. 0524: Hermaphroditus und die Nymphe Salmacis [1580-82]. Bartholomus Spranger 1546-1611. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 3112: Hermaphroditus and Salamcis, Bernard Picart (1673-1733), Fabeln der Alten (1754). Hermes. 3625: Kopf des Hermes von Olympia um 330/20 v. Chr. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 1009: Head of Hermes Ludovisi from 2C AD, after an Attic model from 5C BC. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. Hero & Leander. 4023: Hippolyte le Roy 1857-1943: Hero. Museum voor schone kunsten, Gent. 3128: Bernard Picart (1673-1733): Leander swims over the Hellespont to meet his mistress Hero. Fabeln der Alten (1754). Hesione 2 R1-2593: Heracles releasing Hesione. Befreiung der Hesione durch Herakles, Gemme (nach Arch. Ztg. 1849 Taf. 6, 4). Roscher, 1884. 5718: Victoire. Daunie mridionale (Canossa) 3e sicle avant J.-C. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. Hestia Hestia Giustiniani. Graesk klassisk ca 470 f. Kr. (Rom kopi) Rom, Villa Albani (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). Hyacinthus 1 R1-2765: Hyakinthos und Apollo. Marmorgruppe der Hopeschen Sammlung. Roscher, 1884.

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2736: Drawing from 1677. Hygia. 1322: Hygia. From the Temple of Athena Alea at Tegea, c. 360 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 8310: Marble relief representing part of a leg. Thank offering for a cure of some affliction of the left leg. Melos. British Museum, London. Hylas 0834: Painting by Baldassare Franceschini, called J. C. Volterrano, 1611-1689. Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart. 4911: Hermann Wilhelm Bissen 1798-1868: Hylas, 1846. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Man captured by Nymphs. Contemporary painting. Hypnos 7522: Hypnos. Bronze head of Hypnos, 4C BC. Copy at Axel Munthes Villa San Michele, Capri. Agamemnon and Oniros (as Nestor). Bonaventura Genelli, 1798-1868. Io Isis. 4606: Castiglione Giovanni Benedetto 1609-1663/65: Io. Muse des beaux arts, Caen. 0716: Isis. Early 2C AD. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 6406: Inscribed plaque depicting the goddess Isis. Dion Museum (Macedonia), 2C BC. 7210: Isis receiving Io in Egypt. Temple of Isis, Pompeii. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 8831: Stende Isis praest, restaureret som praestinde med krukke. Fra Hadrians villa i Tivoli. Romersk, 2. rh e. Kr. Hovedet graesk? 2. rh f. Kr. Rom, Museo Capitolino (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). Iphigenia. 0908: Iphigenia [1872]. Anselm Feuerbach 1829-1890. Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart. 7103: The sacrifice of Iphigenia. Pompei, casa del Poeta Tragico. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 3720: Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1751-1829: Iphigenie erkennt Orest, 1787/88. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. Iris 1 0814: Iris e Priamo. Felice Giani 1758-1823. Pinacoteca Nazionale, Bologna. Ixion 5728: Coupe. Ixion vers 500 avant J.-C. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. Jason Jason recognised by Pelias and his daughters [detail]. Pompei, casa di Giasone o dellAmor fatale (IX 5,18), triclinio (f). National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Jason and Chiron. Painting by William Russell Flint, 1880-1969. 2714: Jason and the Dragon. Engraving from 1677 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, F. Foppens, Bruxelles). Medea rejuvenates Aeson. Drawing by Nicolas-Andr Monsiau, 1754-1837 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806). 7110: Medea, Ercolano. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Laius 1 R1-903: Laius abducting Chryssipus. Chrysippos Entfhrung (nach Wiener Vorlegebltter VI Taf. 11. Roscher, 1884.

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Laocoon 2 6920: Laocoon and his sons, c. 25 BC, Rhodes. Copy at Konstakademin, Stockholm. Leda. 1109: Leda and her children Helen, Clytaemnestra and the DIOSCURI. Painting by Giovanni Pedrini, called Giampietrino, ca. 1520-40. Hessisches Landesmuseum, Kassel. Leto Leto and the Lycian peasants. Drawing by Jean-Michel Moreau le Jeune, 1741-1814 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806). Lucretia 2. 0607: Lucrezia [1580-83]. Paolo Veronese 1528-1588. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 4106: Tarquinus and Lucretia. Jan Massys 1509-1573: Tarquin et Lucrce. Palais des Beauxarts, Lille. 1107: Lucretias suicide [1650]. Charles-Alphonse Dufresnoy 1611-1668. Hessisches Landesmuseum, Kassel. Lycaon 2 9912: Jpiter y Licaon. Cermica (Estilo Wedgwood). Real Fbrica de Porcelana del Buen Retiro. Fines del s. XVIII. Museo Nacional del Prado. Madness /Mania, Lyssa) 6412: The Gorgon, about 570 BC. Acropolis Museum, Athens. Marsyas 0935: Marsyas. Reconstruction of a lost bronze group from Acropolis. Stdtische GalerieLiebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. 4417: Giovanni Stefano Danedi, dit Montalto 1612-1690: Apollon corchant Marsyas. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 0408: Marsyas hanging. Copy at Archaeologie Staatssamlung, Munich. Medea 0110: A. Feuerbach, 1829-1880: Medea. Neue Pinakotek, Mnchen. 4129: Eugne Delacroix 1798-1863: Mde. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. Medusa 1 0235: Medusa Rondanini, Phidias 440 BC. Glyptothek, Mnchen. 6412: The Gorgon, about 570 BC. Acropolis Museum, Athens. Meleager 2127: Meleager. Roman copy from 340-330 BC. Pergamon Museum, Berlin. 1611: Roman copy from original from 4C BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 8105: Part of panel from a Roman mosaic pavement from the 4th century AD. Meleager, on horseback, spears a leopard. British Museum, London. Memnon 3130: Engraving by Bernard Picart, 1673-1733. R1-1265: Eos with the corpse of Memnon. Eos mit der Leiche Memnons (nach Wiener Vorlegebltter Taf. VIII. Roscher, 1884. 9905: Busto de etope. Annimo italiano, siglo XVII. Museo Nacional del Prado. Menelaus 0218: Kopf des Menelaus. Von einer Statuengruppe im Typus des Pasquino Rmische Kopie nach einem griechischen Werk des 2. Jh. v. Chr. Glyptotek, Mnchen. Midas Midas. Contemporary painting.

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Tmolus, Midas, Apollo and Pan. Drawing by Nicolas-Andr Monsiau, 1754-1837 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806). Minos 2. 2721: Scylla falls in love with King Minos. Drawing from the 17C AD. 4107: Jacob Jordaens 1593-1678: Lenlvement dEurope. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 7815: Antonio Canova 1757-1822: Theseus and the Minotaur (detail). Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Minotaur. 6323: The Minotaur. Copy of a composition of the classical period. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. R1-935: Daedalus delivering the wooden cow. Daidalos verfertig der Pasipha die hlzerne Kuh. Relief in Palazzo Spada (nach Braun, 12 antike Basreliefs Taf. V. Roscher, 1884. Theseus killing the Minotaur. Painting by William Russell Flint, 1880-1969. Mnemosyne Contemporary painting. Narcissus. 8116: John Gibson 1790-1866: Narcissus 1838. Marble. Royal Academy of Arts, London. 3210: Narcissus in love with his image, 1728. Painting by Franois Lemoyne, 1688-1728. Hamburger Kunsthalle. Nausicaa. 7427: Michele Desubleo 1602-1676: Ulisse e Nausica. Capodimonte Palace and National Gallery, Naples. 3503: Odysseus and Nausicaa. Drawing by Bonaventura Genelli, 1798-1868. Neleus R3-105: Pelias, Neleus, and Tyro. Tyro von Pelias und Neleus erkannt. Gerhard, Etrusk. Spiegel T. 170 = Arch. Jahrb. V S. 173 C.). Roscher, 1884. Nemesis 7008: Statua della dea Nemesi. Replica det antonina del II sec. d.C. da originale greco del 430 a.C. circa. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Neoptolermus 4111: Priams death. French painting from the 17C (detail). Palais des beaux-arts, Lille. Nestor 4509: Joseph Dsir Court 1796-1865: Achille donnant Nestor le Prix de la Sagesse. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. Nike 2026: Statue in Rhodes. 2108: Nike. Victory. Statue by Christian Daniel Rauch, 1777-1857. Altes Museum, Berlin. Nyx. Contemporary painting (1982). 5012: Henri Fautin-Latour 1836-1904: Night 1897. Muse dOrsay, Paris. 4920: Stephan Sinding 1846-1922: Night, 1914. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Oceanus 8107: Mosaic panel from a fountain basin: The sea-god Oceanus. Roman, 3rd century AD. British Museum, London. Odysseus

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4205: Thophile Bra 1797-1863: Ulysse dans lle de Calypso, 1822. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. Odysseus and Penelope. Painting by Francesco Primaticcio (1504-1570). Photo Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio. 7109: Achilles between Diomedes and Odysseus at Scyros. Pompeii. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7607: Odysseus and the Sirens. Intarsia 19th century. Museo Correale di Terranova, Sorrento. Oedipus 1834: King Oedipus and Antigone. Statue by Rudolph Tegner, 1873-1950. Rudolph Tegners Museum, Denmark. 6616: Sphinx from a grave monument, ca. 550 BC. Archaeological Museum, Corinth. 2910: Oedipus and the Sphinx. Painted by Gustave Moreau 1826-1898. Engraved in line by Leopold Flameng. From Philip Gilbert Hamerton, Man In Art (Macmillan and Co., London & New York 1892). Oenomaus 1 5220: King Oinomaos. From east pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia, c. 460 BC. Copy at the Museum of Classical Antiquities, Lund. 6712: Hippodameia. East Pediment of the temple of Zeus, Olympia. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 6711: Pelops. East Pediment of the temple of Zeus, Olympia. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. Orestes 2 4903: Hermann Wilhelm Bissen 1798-1868: Orestes flees from the Eumenides. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Electra waiting for her brother. Contemporary painting. 3811: Carl Rahl 1812-1905: Orest von Furien verfolgt. Augusteum, Oldenburg. 4402: Pierre-Charles Simart 1806-1857: Oreste refugi lautel de Pallas. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4615: Pylades and Orestes. Franoise Bouchot 1800-1842: Pylade dfendant Oreste 1822. Muse des beaux arts, Chartres. 9730: Grupo de San Ildefonso. Finales del siglo I d.C. Orestes y Pilades con la imagen de Artemisa de Turide. Museo Nacional del Prado. 8811: Orestes og Elektra, fundet i Pozzuoli. Graesk/Romersk 1. rh. f.Kr. (Romkopi). Napoli, Museo Archeologico (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). Orion R3-1026: Orion, Hund und Hase. Etruskischen Spiegel (nach Monum. d. Inst. 6 tav. 24, 5). Roscher, 1884. Orpheus 5132: H. W. Bissen, 1798-1868: Orpheus pleading with Pluto and Proserpina to restore Eurydice to him. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 4302: Charles Nanteuil 1792-1865: Eurydice mourante. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 5125: Orpheus and Eurydice. Painting from 1806 by C. G. Kratzenstein-Stub, 1793-1860. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Palamedes 1624: Odysseus. Copy of Greek work from IV c. BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen.

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8820:Tyche fra Antiochia. Fra Villa Le Vignacce i Rom. Eutykides. Graesk ca. 300 f. Kr. (Romkopi). Vatikanet, Galleria dei Candelabri. Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen. Pan 0109: Pan playing the syrinx. Painting by A. Bcklin, 1827-1901. Neue Pinakotek, Mnchen. 7222: Gruppo marmoreo di Pan e Dafni. Collezione Farnese. Forse da un prototipo dello scultore rodio Eliodoro. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 4705: Nicolas Poussin 1594-1665: Pan und Syrinx, 1637. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. Pandora 1 7718: John Gibson 1790-1866: Pandora (marble). Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Paris 0116: Statue by Antonio Canova, 1757-1822. Neue Pinakotek, Mnchen. 3823: Jacob de Wit 1695-1754: Paris and Oenone. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. 1125 Judgement of Paris. Painting by Franz Floris, 1519/20-1570. Neue Galerie, Kassel. Death of Achilles. Drawing by Jean-Michel Moreau le Jeune, 1741-1814 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806). Patroclus 1 R3-1699b: Patroclus and Iphis. Patroklos Auszug zu Kampfe und Iphis, Innenbild einer Schale des Duris in Wien (nach Wiener Vorlegebl. Ser. 7 Taf. 1). Roscher, 1884. Menelaus removing Patroclus Body from the Battle - L.D. Master ca. 1550. Peleus. 3905: A. Bloemaert 1564-1651: Wedding of Peleus and Thetis. Mauritshuis, Den Haag. 7825: Antonio Tarsia 1663-1739: Thetis. Marble. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 2809: Peleus and Thetis; Engraving from Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, F. Foppens, Bruxelles 1677. Pelias 1 7132: Jason recognised by Pelias and his daughters [detail: Pelias]. Pompei, casa di Giasone o dellAmor fatale (IX 5,18), triclinio (f). National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 2131: Medea and the daughters of Pelias, 420-410 BC. Pergamon Museum, Berlin. Pelops 1 Pelops drives away with Hippodamia. From an 5C BC Attic amphora (Bruckmann). Penelope. 1608: Roman copy of Greek work from 5th century BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 4910: Jens Adolph Jericha 1816-1883: Penelope 1843. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 3513: Eumaeus, Odysseus and the dog Argus. Drawing by Bonaventura Genelli, 1798-1868. 3628: Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1751-1829: Odysseus und Penelope, 1802. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. Pentheus 1 2629: Pentheus and Dionysus. Drawing from the 17C. 0329: Dionysus. Bacchus Richelieu. Roman copy from Greek original from 320 BC. Archaeologie Staatssamlung. 8829: Pentheus dd. Originalen i fresko findes i Vettiernes hus, Pompeii. Romersk ca. 70 e. Kr. (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 5107: Head of Maenad, Cerveteri 4C BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen.

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Persephone. 5621: Persphone. Tarente. Terre cuite polychrome. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 4724: Joseph Heintz der ltere, 1564-1609: Der Raub der Proserpina, um 1595. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 7217: Angelo Scetta: Orfeo allInferno (1845 circa). National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 8318: Red-figured kylix (drinking-cup): Pluto and Persephone banqueting. Athens c. 440-430 BC. British Museum, London. Perseus 1 7933: Head from a statue of the hero Perseus. Marble. Roman copy of a lost original of the mid-5th century BC, thought to be the Perseus by Myron. British Museum, London. Contemporary painting: The Graeae. 4934: Perseus beheads Medusa. Statue by Laurent Honor Marqueste, 1875-1903. Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 2308: Perseus rescues Andromeda. Painting by Giuseppe Cesari called Il Cavalier dArpino, 1568-1640. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. Phaedra. 7129: Phaedra confiding in her nurse. Pompei, casa di Giasone o dellAmor fatale (IX 5,18, cubicolo (e). National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 6719: Theseus. West Pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia, c. 460 BC. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 3725: Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1751-1829: Kmpfende Amazonen 1795. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. Engraving after a painting (1802) by Pierre-Narcisse Gurin 1774-1833: Phaedra and Hippolytus. 8220: Red-figured volute-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water) with two zones of decoration. Hippolytus. Apulia c. 340 BC. British Museum, London. Phaethon 3 4329: Attribu Jean Mignon, actif entre 1535-1555: La chute de Phaton. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. Phaethon driving his fathers chariot. Drawing by Jean-Jacques-Franois Le Barbier, 1738-1826 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806). The fall of Phaethon. Drawing by Nicolas-Andr Monsiau, 1754-1837 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806). 7827: Dominique Lefevre 1698-1711 (active): The fall of Phaethon. Marble. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Pheme (Fame) 9914: Alegora de la Fama. Loza de Alcora. Fines del s. XVIII. Museo Nacional del Prado. 6802: The Nike of Paeonios (reconstruction), 421 BC. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 4708: Annibale Carrachi 1560-1609: Der Genius des Ruhmes, um 1588/89. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. Philemon & Baucis The goose seeks the protection of the disguised Zeus and Hermes. Drawing by Nicolas-Andr Monsiau, 1754-1837 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806). Olive trees growing from one double trunk at Delphi. Philoctetes.

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4619: Jean Germain Drouais 1763-1788: Philoctte dans lle de Lemnos. Muse des beaux arts, Chartres. 4905: Hermann Wilhelm Bissen 1798-1868: The wounded Philoctetes, 1855. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Phineus 2 3118: Calais, Zetes, Phineus and the HARPIES. Engraving by Bernard Picart, 1673-1733. Phoenix the bird 3829: Cornelis Troost 1696-1750: The Phoenix. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. Pirithous. 6718: West Pediment of the Temple of Zeus, Olympia c. 460 BC. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 6717: Hippodamia. West Pediment of the Temple of Zeus, Olympia c. 460 BC. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 8222: Red-figured calyx-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water) decorated in two zones, showing Pirithous and Hippodamia. Apulia c. 350-340 BC. British Museum, London. Plutus (Wealth) 0223: Eirene mit dem kleinen Plutus. Kopie nach einer Kultstatue des Kephisodot auf dem Markplatz von Athen (um 370 v. Chr.). Glyptothek, Mnchen. Polyphemus 2. 3717: Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1751-1829: Polyphem vor 1802. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 4704: Claude Lorrain 1600-1682 (eigentlich Claude Gele): Kstenlandschaft mit Acis und Galatea, 1657. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. Odysseus defying the Cyclops. Engraving from 1894 by Louis-Frederic Schutzenberger. Polyxena 1 9927: Polxena y Neoptlemo. Sarcfago con la historia de Aquiles y Polxena. Siglo III d.C. Museo Nacional del Prado. R3-670b: Sacrifice of Polyxena. Polyxenas Opferung nach der Tabula Iliaca. Roscher, 1884. 9926: Death of Achilles. Sarcfago con la historia de Aquiles y Polxena. Siglo III d.C. Museo Nacional del Prado. Poseidon. 2319: Poseidon and Amphitrite. Painting by Jan Gossaert, 1478-1532. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 4611: Joseph-Marie Vien 1716-1809: Triomphe dAmphitrite. Muse des beaux arts, Caen. Priam 1. 4111: Priams death. French painting from the 17C. Palais des beaux-arts, Lille. Iris comes to Priam. John Flaxman, 1755-1826. Priapus. 4322: Priape, dit de Rivery, 2e. moiti du 1er. sicle aprs J.C. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 7214: Priapo. Pompei, casa dei Vettii (VI 15,1), fauces IV stile. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Procris 2 0411: Cephalus and Procris. Painting by Johann Michael Rottmayr 1654-1730. Historisches Museum der Stadt Wien. Proteus 2 Contemporary painting.

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Prometheus 1. 3804: Christian Griepenkerl (1839-1916): Die Strafe. Griepenkerl-Gemlde im Treppenhaus des Augusteums. 3802: Prometheus, Zeus and Ganymedes. Christian Griepenkerl (1839-1916): Raub des Feuers. Griepenkerl-Gemlde im Treppenhaus des Augusteums, Oldenburg. 3805: Christian Griepenkerl (1839-1916): Befreiung durch Herakles. Griepenkerl-Gemlde im Treppenhaus des Augusteums. Psyche 0122: Psyche. Statue by W. v. Hoyer, 1806-1873. Neue Pinakotek, Mnchen. 2116: Eros & Psyche.Statue by Reinhold Begas, 1831-1911. Altes Museum, Berlin. oooo: A. Zick: Psyche and Charon, art journal c.1892. 2303: The marriage of Eros and Psyche. Painting by Pompeo Girolamo Batoni, 1708-87. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. Pygmalion 1 Pygmalions statue comes to life. Drawing by Jean-Michel Moreau le Jeune, 1741-1814 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806). Pyramus & Thisbe 1 2202: Babylon 604-562 BC, Procession street and the Ischtar-Tower. Pergamon Museum, Berlin. 3928: Abraham Hondius: Pyramus en Thisbe ca. 1625/30-1691/95. Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam. Rhea 1. 5117: Gudinde med murkrone. Romersk 2 aahr. e. Kr. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 1617: Cybele (Rhea 1). Roman statue from ca. 100 AD. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 9936: Rhea/Cibeles. Plaza Cibeles. Madrid. Rhesus 2 J. H. W. Tischbein, 1751-1829: Diomedes and Odysseus capture Dolon. Romulus. Ares takes Romulus to Heaven. Engraving after a drawing from 18C AD. 7834: Peter Hencke (d. 1777): The Rape of the Sabines. Ivory. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Scylla 1 4530: Rosa Salvatore 1615-1673: Glaucus et Scylla. Muse des beaux arts, Caen. 2819: Scylla turns into a monster. Drawing from the 17C AD. Selene 4931: Selene and Endymion. Ceiling at Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Semele 3008: Zeus and Semele. Engraving by Bernard Picart, 1673-1733. Sibyl 6 Cumaean 0619: Giuseppe Maria Crespi 1665-1747: Aeneas, the Sibyl and Charon [detail, c.1695-1705]. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 3730: Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1751-1829: Sibylle von Cumae, um 1805. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 4535: Anonyme XVIIe sicle: La Sibylle dErythre. Muse des beaux arts, Caen. Silenus

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2904: Wood-engraving by Pierre Gusman. Philip Gilbert Hamerton, Man In Art (Macmillan and Co., London & New York 1892). Silenus captured by peasants. Drawing by Jean-Jacques-Franois Le Barbier, 1738-1826. Sisyphus R4-971b: Sisyphus and one of the Erinyes. Rf. Gef aus Altamura Neapel 3222 (nach Wiener Vorlegebl. E 2). Roscher, 1884. Sphinx 5723: Sphinx. Apulie. Peintre de Schultess, vers 340 avant J.-C. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. Talos 1 Talos. Contemporary painting. R5-33: Death of Talos. Der Tod des Talos auf einer zu Ruvo gefundenen Amphora (nach Baumeister, Denkmler 3, 1722). Roscher, 1884. Tantalus 1 3124: Engraving by Bernard Picart, 1673-1733. Telemachus. 3511: Eumaeus 1, Odysseus and Telemachus. Drawing by Bonaventura Genelli, 1798-1868. Athena watches as Telemachus kisses Odysseus. Engraving by Charles Baude from 1892. Telephus. 6928: Heracles and the child Telephus. Moulded in Paris. In Stockholm since 1698. Konstakademin, Stockholm. 7114: Hercules finds his son Telephus in Arcadia. Ercolano, Basilica. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Tereus 1 2711: Tereus violates Philomela. Drawing from the 17C AD. 2712: Tereus sees the head of his son Itys. Drawing from the 17C AD. Thanatos 8403: Sculptured marble column drum 325-300 BC. Found at the south-west corner of the later temple of Artemis at Ephesos. British Museum, London. 3726: Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1751-1829: Die Nacht mit ihren Kindern Schlaf und Tod 1790-91. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 4928: Elna Borch 1869-1950: Death and the maiden. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Themis 6225: Statue of Themis found in Rhamnous in the temple of the goddess. By the sculptor Chairestratos (according to the inscription on the base). Beginning of the 3C BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens Thersites Achilles killing Thersites. Achilleus ttet den Thersites. Tabula Iliaca A (nach O. Jahn. Griech. Bilderchronik. S. 27 nr. 54, Taf. I). Roscher, 1884. Theseus. 0509: Theseus besiegt den Kentauren. Statue by Antonio Canova, 1757-1822. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 4536: La Hyre Laurent de, 1606-1656: Thse retrouvant les armes de son pre. Muse des beaux arts, Caen. 0819: Theseus & Ariadne. Sculpture by Adamo Tadolini, 1788-1868. Pinacoteca Nazionale, Bologna.

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0112: Amazonentriptychon 1887. Mittelstck: Amazonenjagd. Adolf von Hildebrand 1847-1921. Neue Pinakotek, Mnchen. Tiresias Odysseus meets Tiresias in Hades. Drawing. Triptolemus 6432: Copy of Eleusinian relief, ca. 440 BC, depicting Demeter, Triptolemus and Persephone. Original in marble at the National Archaeological Museum, Athens. Archaeological Museum of Eleusis. 6516: Votive relief depicting Triptolemus being sent on his mission. Early 4C BC. Archaeological Museum of Eleusis. 2706: Lyncus and Triptolemus. Engraving from Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, F. Foppens, Bruxelles 1677. Troilus 5724: Priam et Trolos. Apulie Peintre de Schultess, vers 340 avant J.-C. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. R3-2727: Achilleus, Polyxena am Brunnen und Troilos. Hydria aus Vulci (nach Annali dell Inst. Arch. 1850 Taf. E1). Roscher, 1884. Tyche (Fortune). 6604: Head of Fortuna, end of 1st. century. Archaeological Museum, Corinth. 3903: Jan Breugel 1568-1625: Naiads filling the horn of Plenty. Mauritshuis, Den Haag. 2132: Antonia, mother of the Emperor Claudius, holding the horn of plenty, 1C AD. Pergamon Museum, Berlin. Tydeus 2 Tydeus killing Ismene. Ismene von Tydeus bedroht (nach Mon. d. I. VI Taf. 14). Roscher, 1884. Tyndareus 3633: Antonio Zanchi, 1631-1722 Venedig: Einschiffung der Helena. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. R1-1173: Tyndareus, Leda and the Dioscuri. Monumenti inedit. dInstit. II Taf. 22. Roscher, 1884. Uranus R6-116: Caelus; Berliner Statuette (Beschreibg. d. ant. Skulpt. in Berlin nr. 82). Roscher, 1884. Vertumnus 7630: Jan van Kassel 1626-1679: Vertumno e Pomona. Museo Correale di Terranova, Sorrento. 7818: Laurent Delvaux 1696-1778: Vertumnus and Pomona. Marble. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Zeus 1208: Zeus from Otricoli. 3C AD. Vatican Museum. Copy at Antikmuseet, Lund.

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de varsin offerskl, phiale. Dioskurerna avbildas ofta inramade av en drr karm. Reliefen var upphngd p en kultplats fr Dioskurerna i Taranto. Ca 350 f.Kr. ABSTRACTIONS. 5021: Maske fra den ny komedie. Romersk 2 rh. e. Kr. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. ACHAEAN LEADERS 3719: Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1751-1829: Ajax nach 1800. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. ACHAEANS 0213: Wounded Warrior. East gable, Aegina Temple. Glyptothek, Mnchen. AMAZONS. 3636: Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1751-1829: Ansreitende Amazonen. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 0721: Amazon in battle. Greek relief 4C BC. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 3723: Achilles and Penthesilia. Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1751-1829: Tod der Penthesilea. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 8014: Sarcophagus: battle between Greeks and Amazons. From Naples. Proconnesian marble about AD 275-300. British Museum, London. 5113: Amazons. Apulia 4C BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. ARGONAUTS Argonauts and the Argo. Painting by William Russell Flint, 1880-1969. 8037: Terracotta relief. Athena supervises the building of the ship Argo, c. 1st century AD. The yard is held by the helmsman Tiphys, Argos sits across the stern. British Museum. Medea, Jason, Orpheus and the Dragon. Painting by William Russell Flint, 1880-1969. AUTOCHTHONOUS C. Parada: Sons of the Soil. BESTIARY 9724: Cabeza de caballo arcaica. Hacia 515 a.C. Original griego. Museo Nacional del Prado. 8223: Black cup (kylix) with added colour showing Pegasus in the tondo and youths on the exterior. Faliscan c. 350 BC. British Museum, London. 6729: Female griffin (gryph, or gryphus) suckling her offspring. Probably the facing of a metope. Drawing of a bronze sheet. Work of a Corinthian workshop. End of 7th Century BC. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 10009: Un grifo ataca a un caballo. nfora de Lucania (Magna Grecia) 350 a.C. Museo Arqueolgico Nacional, Madrid. 1103: Ram with the Golden Fleece. Sculpture. Rmisch-Germanischer Museum, Kln. CALYDONIAN HUNTERS 0534: Painting by P. P. Rubens 1577-1640. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 7927: Head of Meleager. Parian marble, about 340-330 BC. British Museum, London. CENTAURS. 2105: Mosaic. Centaurs fighting with felines. Villa Hadriana in Tivoli, AD 118-138. Altes Museum, Berlin. CHARITES (GRACES) 1711: Antonio Canova, 1757-1822. Glyptotek, Copenhagen. CONSTELLATIONS: Images include Virgo, DIOSCURI (Gemini), Perseus 1, Orion, Milky Way, Heracles 1, Great Bear, Cancer, Charioteer, Cepheus 1, Cassiopeia, Taurus, Aquarius, and Andromeda. The

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images in colour are from from Philippe La Hire, Planisphere celeste, 1705. B/W images are from Johann Bode, Uranographia. Berlin, 1801. The Photos are Linda Hall Library, Kansas City, Missouri. The creation of the Milky Way, in which Zeus approaches Heracles to Heras breast, is a painting by Tintoretto (1518-1594). CORYBANTES Rhea 1, the child Zeus, the goat Amalthea and the CURETES. Illustration from the 19C AD. CYCLOPES Cornelis Cort 1533- c.1578: The Forge of the Cyclopes (1564-68). Public domain. Contribution of David A. Webb. DANAIDS 4921: Danaid. Statue by H. W. Bissen, 1798-1868. Glyptotek, Copenhagen. DIOSCURI 6524: Roman-time sarcophagus depicting the Calydonian boar hunt. Archaeological Museum of Eleusis EPIGONI 8808: Kriger. Graesk, arkaisk ca 500-490 f.Kr. Marmor, fra Aphaiatemplet p Aigina vestgavlen fig IX. Glyptothek Mnchen. Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen. 7930: Marble relief of a warrior. 1st century BC. From Rhodes. British Museum, London. ERINYES 3722: Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1751-1829: Erynnien 1787/88. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 8704: En Erinye. Pergamon, Zeus-altarets nordfrise. Graesk, hellenistisk 170-155 f. Kr. Berlin Staatliche Museen (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). GIANTS 3001: The GIANTS prepare their attack on heaven. Engraving by Bernard Picart 1673-1733. 8707: Overkrop af giganten Klytios? Pergamon, Zeus alterets stfrise. Graesk hellenistisk 170-155 f.Kr. Berlin Staatliche Museen (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). HERACLES 1S LABOURS Heracles and Cerberus. Drawing by Jean-Jacques-Franois Le Barbier the Elder, 1738-1826. HERACLIDES 8806: Stende kriger. Graesk, arkaisk 485-480 f.Kr. Marmor, fra Aphaia-templet p Aigina, stgavlen fig. II. Glyptothek Mnchen (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). HESPERIDES 7702: Heracles and the Hesperides. Maioliche di Castelli dAbruzzo del XVII e XVIII Secolo. Opere dei Grue, Gentili. Museo Correale di Terranova, Sorrento. 0701: The Dragon outwitted. Furienmeister, work from the 17C AD. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 2901: Hercules. Graeco-Roman marble statuette in the Townley collection. Hyalograph drawn by F. Walens (British Museum). 1812: Heracles 1 in the garden of the HESPERIDES. Rudolph Tegner, 1873-1950. Rudolph Tegners Museum. HORAE 8930: Two dancing women Horae (Seasons), Roman 1C BC. Galleria degli Uffici, Firenze (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8629: Eirene and Plutos. Kephisodotos, Roman copy of Greek original c. 370 BC. Mnchen Glyptothek (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen).

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LAPITHS 6808: West Pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia: Lapith and Centaur, c. 460 BC. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. MOERAE (FATES). Fresques 135-140 aprs J.-C., Ostia Antica, rserves du Muse: 5822: Atropus. La parque Atropos, droulant un volumen. 5821: Lachesis. La parque Lachsis tenant la balance. 5820: Clotho. La parque Cloth avec la quenouille et le fuseau. Friedrich Paul Thumann 1834-1908: The Three Fates. MAENADS 0303: Staatliches Antikensammlungen, Mnchen. 3321: Orpheus and Eurydice. Copy of bronze plaquette by Peter Vischer. 17C AD. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. 2237: Bacchant. Painting by Maria Angelica Kauffmann 1741-1807. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. METAMORPHOSES Cycnus turns into a swan (detail). Engraving by Bernard Picart, 1673-1733. MUSES 0926: Minerva and the Muses. Detail of painting by Hans Rottenhammer 1564-1626. Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nrnberg. NATURAL PERSONIFICATIONS 2019: Hellenistic new commedy mask, Rhodes. NEREIDS 0614: Galatea. Painting by Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, called Guercino, 1591-1666. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 8513: Nereid. Painting at Frederiksborg, Denmark. (Artist n/a.) NIOBIDS 0511: Apollo and Artemis punish Niobe by killing her children. Painting by Abraham Bloemaert 1566-1655. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 8626: Niobe and her youngest daughter, Roman copy of Greek work from 4C or 2C BC. Firenze, Galleria d. Uffizi (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 0302: Killing of the Niobids. Sarcophagus ca. AD 160. Glyptotek, Mnchen. NYMPHS. 0622: Bathing Nymphs. Painting by Palma Vecchio 1480-1528. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 7118: Fourth style wall with Zephyrus and Cloris. Pompei, Casa del Naviglio (VI 10, 11), ambiente (24). National Archaeological Museum, Naples. OCEANIDS 4727: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo 1696-1770: Der Triumph der Amphitrite, um 1740. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 7001: Fortuna (info n/a). National Archaeological Museum, Naples. OLYMPIANS Drawing by Nicolas-Andr Monsiau 1754-1837 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806). 8836: Hebe. J.-F.-J. Saly (1717-1776), 1753. Marmor. Victoria & Albert Museum, London (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). PLEIADES Painting by Vedder.

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RIVER GODS. 3405: Flussgott mit Schale. Mitte des 17 Jhr. Niederlande. Modell fr eine Goldschmiedearbeit. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. 6309: Votive relief. The god Kephissos [detail]. About 410 BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. SATYRS 0236: Faun from Palazzo Barberini. Statue from 220 BC. Glyptothek, Mnchen. SEVEN AGAINST THEBES. Eteocles 1 on his way to confront his brother. Engraving from G. Schwabs Die schnsten Sagen... 1912. R1-473: Death of Archemorus (Opheltes). Roscher, 1884. Eteocles 1 and Polynices kill each other. Marble relief in Florence. SIRENS 10008: Sirena. Canosa (Magna Grecia), 340-300 a.C. Museo Arqueolgico Nacional, Madrid. 8230: Ulysses resists the song of the sirens. Roman c. AD 50-75. Pompeii. British Museum, London. 6236: Funerary siren mourning with primitive tortoise-shell lyre. Mid-4th century BC. From the Kerameikos. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. SPARTI Warrior from the Temple of Athena at Aegina. Marmorversion p Glyptothek, Mnchen. Her afstbning i Kunstmarmor udfrt 1980. The Thorvaldsen Museum, Copenhagen. SUITORS OF HELEN. 7810: Antonio Canova 1757-1822: Helen of Troy. Marble. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 4121: Franois-Joseph Baudoux, 1720-1788: Lenlvement dHlne [Paris & Helen]. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. SUITORS OF PENELOPE Penelope. Engraving (c. 1860) by W. H. Mote from a sculpture by Richard J. Wyatt 1795-1850. TITANS 6809: Atlas, relief from c. 460 BC [detail]. Temple of Zeus at Olympia. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. TROJAN LEADERS 9227: Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg 1783-1853: Hectors farewell to Andromache, 1813-16. The Thorvaldsen Museum, Copenhagen. TROJANS 8809: Knaelende bueskytte. Graesk arkaisk ca 500-490 f.Kr. Marmor, fra Aphaiatemplet p Aigina, vestgavlen fig. IV. Glyptothek Mnchen. (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). WINDS 5015: Wind god. Sarcophagus from 3C AD. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 0413: Boreas & Orithyia. Boreas abducting Orithyia. Painting by P. P. Rubens 1577-1640. Gemldegalerie der Akademie der bildende Knste, Wien. 7719: Pierre de Franqueville called Francavilla 1548-1615: Zephyr. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 4421: Bon Boullogne 1649-1717: Zphyr et Flore. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. WINEGROWERS

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6910: Dionysus, restored in the 18th century. Marmorbyst frestllande guden Dionysos. Skulpturen har sammanfogats av antika och moderna delar frn 1700-talet. Medelhavsmuseet, Stockholm. WOODEN HORSE W. Friedrich: Laocoon and the wooden horse, c.1894. R1-1279: Epeius, Athena and Agamemnon. Epeios zwischen Athena und Agamemnon (Vasenbild nach Overbeck, Gall. Taf. 25, 3). Roscher, 1884. R4-941: Das hlzerne Pferd (nach Baumeister, Denkm. d. klass. Altert. Bd. 1 S. 742 Abb. 794). Roscher, 1884.

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Contents Places & Peoples 0113: Acropolis of Athens. Painting by L. v. Klenze, 1784-1864. Neue Pinakotek, Mnchen Arcadia 7112: Hercules finds his son Telephus in Arcadia (detail). Ercolano, Basilica. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Athens 7920: Acropolis of Athens. Designed by M. Korres. Constructed by P. Demetriades and G. Angelopoulos. British Museum, London. R1-1305: Birth of Erichthonius. Erichthonios Geburt (hauptbild einer Cornetaner Vase Mon. dell Inst. X Taf. 39). Roscher 1884. Atlantis Map of Atlantis. Calydon. 5903: The surroundings of Calydon, AD 2001. 5906: The river Evenus, AD 2001. 3108: Oeneus, King of Calydon, neglects Diana in a sacrifice. Engraving by Bernard Picart, 1673-1733. Corinth. 6620: The Acrocorinth 2335: Corinthian helmet from Tarento, 6C BC. Museum fr vor und Frgeschichte, Berlin Crete 7128: Europa on the bull. Pompei, casa di Giasone o dellAmor fatale. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Delphi 5932: The Omphalos, symbol of Delphi as centre of the world, was kept in the Temple of Apollo. Its surface is covered with a net of woolen bands. oooo: Temple of Apollo. oooo: Treasury of the Athenians, ca. 490 BC. 5916: The Rock of the Sibyl. Description of the Dictaean Cave 9602: Entrance of the Dictaean Cave, AD 2006. 9935: Tedium. View of the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid. Eleusis 6530: Poppies, dear to Persephone, growing at Eleusis, sacred to her. In the background the Plutonium can be seen.

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6504: Eleusis in Roman times Elis 3006: Selene and Endymion. Engraving by Bernard Picart, 1673-1733. Islands of the Blest 6322: Elysium? Relief decoration, base on which stood a lekythos. Hermes. Attic workshop near the end of the 5C BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens Laestrygonians Destruction of Odysseus ships by the Laestrygonians. Wall-painting from 1C BC, Vatican Museum, Rome. Lemnos Antonio Lombardo 1458-1516?: Philoctetes on the island of Lemnos. Marble. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Lerna 1804: Hercules and the Hydra, 1918-19. Statue by Rudolph Tegner, 1873-1950. Rudolph Tegners Museum, Denmark. Map of the Underworld. Map of the Underworld Aeneas, Anchises 1 and the Sibyl at Elysium. Liebig card. 8828: Herakles, Peirithoos og Theseus. Graesk, ca. 430 f. Kr. (Romkopi). Rom, Museo Torlonia (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). Megara Scylla 2 and Nisus 1. Drawing by Nicolas-Andr Monsiau 1754-1837 (Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Paris 1806). Mycenae 6701: The Lion Gate at Mycenae. 7105: Perseus frees Andromeda from the sea-monster. Pompei, casa dei Dioscuri. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Olympia. 6805: Modell des Heiligtums von Olympia gestiftet im Jahre 1931 von S. M. dem Kaiser Wilhelm II zur Erinnerung an die grossen Ausgrabungen des Deutschen Reiches (1875-81) nach den Plnen von Wilhelm Drpfeld angefertig von Hans Schleif. Archaeological Museum, Olympia 1007: Discus-thrower. 1C AD after Naukydes 4C BC. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. 6814: Entrance to the Stadium at Olympia. Scythia 2517: Scythian slave sharpening his knife before flaying Marsyas. Roman copy after a bronze of the First Pergamene School, late 3C BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. Sparta Jos Hoffmann: Der Dromos in Sparta (c. 1870). Thebes Siddende Sfinx fra Aigina, graesk ca 470 f.Kr. Athen Nationalmuseet (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). Underworld & Afterlife 6522: Relief dedicated by the priest Lakrateides and his family to the Eleusinian deities. Detail: nameless goddess (thea) 100-90 BC. Archaeological Museum of Eleusis

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5616: Hades, dieu des Enfers. Vonitza, Grce. Copie romaine dune cration grecque de 350-300 avant J.-C. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 10013: Hermes, en el descanso de la escalera del Museo Arqueolgico Nacional, Madrid. 9801: Joachim Patinir 1475/85-1524: El paso de la Laguna Estigia (detalle). Museo Nacional del Prado. R2-3003b: The three Judges of the Dead. Die drei Totenrichter Rhadamanthys, Minos, Aiakos v. einer Vase v. Canosa (Mller-Wieseler, Denkm. d. alt. K. I Taf. 56 nr 275 a). Roscher, 1884. 6322: Elysium? Relief decoration, base on which stood a lekythos. Hermes. Attic workshop near the end of the 5C BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens Vision of the Underworld showing Sisyphus, one of the ERINYES, Hermes, Heracles 1, Hecate and Tantalus 1. Bottom frieze of Apulian crater from ca. 430 BC. Troy 2331: Troy ca. 2200 BC. Model based on James Mellaarts reconstruction of layer IIg. Museum fr vor und Frgeschichte, Berlin. 7910: Guillaume (II) Couston 1716-1777: Ganymede. Marble. Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

On the myths
Contents On the Myths 7514: Moss, fragment of decoration, and stem of tree, Axel Munthes villa, Capri Getting acquainted with the myths Athena in the Gigantomachy. Parts of a white-ground kylikes. Early 5C BC. Archaeological Museum of Eleusis Basic aspects of the Greek myhts 3829: Cornelis Troost 1696-1750: The Phoenix. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. Brief history of the Greek myths 3205: The Triumph of Civilization, 1793. Painting by Jacques Rattu 1760-1833. Hamburger Kunsthalle. The Munificence of the Myths 1011: Head of Muse. Work from 2C AD after original from 2C BC. Stdtische GalerieLiebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. The Children of the Myths 0203: Statue of a Muse. Roman copy after a sculptural group from 130 BC. Completed in 1812 by Bertel Thorvaldsen. Glyptothek, Mnchen. A Morning in the Life of a Reader of Myths. 5021: Maske fra den ny komedie (edited). Romersk 2 rh. e. Kr. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Cup of Coffee Glasses The Ages of the World Several images and illustrations including The Course of Empire by Thomas Cole (1801 48). The Era of Zeus 5001 Zeus eagle (detail). Ceiling at Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 9224: Franz Catel (Berlin 1778- Rom 1856) og J. J. Rubby (Plymouth 1750-Rom 1812). Guldalderen. Kopi efter A. J. Carstens. The Thorvaldsen Museum, Copenhagen.

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3732: Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1751-1829: Die Qualen des Prometheus. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. Meeting Medea or not 5627: Mosaques de pavement. Thse, IVe-Ve sicle aprs J.-C. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. Is it True? Notes on Myth and History 1838: wry double face, attributed to The expressionist and dated Gothic 13th century. Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen. The original is at the museum Erkebispegrden in Trondheim, Norway. Broken Egg Illustration of an Image 8917: Wry face with hand and a hood by The Expressionist. Gothic 13th century. Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen. The original is at the museum Erkebispegrden in Trondheim, Norway Mythological Variants in Isidores Etymologies. Isidoro de Sevilla (c. 560-636), painting by Bartolom Esteban Murillo (1618-82).

Events
Myths of Creation 7734: Prometheus. Perhaps by Tomasso Cazzaniga, active 1486-1499. Marble. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Castration of Uranus 5720: Plik. Aphrodite naissant dune coquille. Apulie, entourage du peintre de Darius vers 330 J.-C. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. Titanomachy 1013: Zeus. Roman work from 1C BC. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. The Ages of Man Creation of Man. 3807: Prometheus 1 and Athena (Creation of Man). Christian Griepenkerl (1839-1916): Beseelung der menschlichen Tonfigur durch Athena. Griepenkerl-Gemlde im Treppenhaus des Augusteums, Oldenburg. Golden Age. The Golden Age. Drawing from the 17C AD. Silver Age. Nicolas-Andr Monsiau 1735-1837: Engraving after a drawing from 18C AD. Bronze Age. 6232: Relief slab, perhaps frieze. Naked hoplite attacks amazon. Middle of the 4C BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. The Flood of Deucalion 1111: The Flood. Painting by Johann Heinrich Schnfeld 1609-1684. Hessisches Landesmuseum, Kassel. Gigantomachy. 9913: Jpiter y los gigantes. Cermica.Fines del s. XVIII. Museo Nacional del Prado. 2137: The giant Alcyoneus 1. Altar of Zeus, Pergamon. East frieze, ca. 180 BC. Pergamon Museum, Berlin Athena, Gaia, Nike and the Giant Alcyoneus 1. Pergamon altar, ca. 180 BC, restored by Tondeur. Trojan War 2212: Athena and Diomedes 2. Schlossbrcke, Berlin.

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3715: Sieben Heldenkpfe vor 1800 aus Homerwerk. G. Morghen nach J. H. W. Tischbein. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 4412: Antoine Rivalz 1667-1735: Cassandre tire hors du temple de Pallas. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. Bust of Thucydides. Holkham Hall. Dares Account of the Destruction of Troy 5724: Priam et Trolos. Apulie Peintre de Schultess, vers 340 avant J.-C. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. The Last Days of Troy 5031: Grave relief, Attica 4C BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 0828: Giambattista Pittoni 1678-1767: Die Opferung der Polyxena. Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart. Aftermath of the Trojan War & Returns of the Achaean Leaders. 6024: Frieze of the treasury of Siphnos (525 BC): Greeks and Trojans fighting over a dead hero. Archaeological Museum, Delphi. 6409: Relief of an Athenian trireme. Acropolis ca. 400 BC. Acropolis Museum. 8129: Red-figured kalix-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water) with the rescue of Aithra by Demophon and Akamas. Athens about 490 BC. British Museum, London. Summaries of the Trojan Cycle 9216: Battle scene, mosaic (info n/a). The Thorvaldsen Museum, Copenhagen.

Divinities
Divinities 8120: Sebastiano Ricci 1659-1734: The Triumph of Galatea. Royal Academy of Arts, London. Major Divinities 0526: Eros, Dionysus 2 and Demeter. Painting by Hans von Aachen 1552-1615. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. Divinities of Waters & Landscapes 5709: Jacques-Laurent Agasse 1767-1849: La Fontaine personnifie. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 8106: A triton with a dolphin and two fish. Roman about AD 200. British Museum, London. TRITONS. Illustration from 19C AD. Immortals 7031: Statua di Ganimede con laquila. Replica det antonina da originale greco della seconda met del IV sec. a.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Other Deities 0422: Harpocrates. Statue by Wilhelm Beyer, 1725-1796. Gemldegalerie der Akademie der bildende Knste, Wien. 5032: The god Anubis, c. 600 BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 1634: Isis. Roman statue. Glypthotek Copenhagen. Janus. Illustration from 19C AD. 2136: Mithras, 2 Jhr. n. Chr. Pergamon Museum, Berlin 5033: The god Osiris, c. 740 BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5626: Silvain (Silvanus). Provenance: Campanie. Vers 140 aprs J.-C. Marbre dUsak. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve.

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Contents Various Dramatic mask. Roman 1st-2nd century AD. Townley collection. British Museum, London Robe & Necklace of Harmonia 1 3624: The Abduction of Europa. Mosaic. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. Life & Deeds of the Pelopides Pelops drives away with Hippodamia. From an 5C BC Attic amphora (Bruckmann). Mythical Objects 8030: Relief with tragic and comic masks. Marble. 2nd century AD and restored. British Museum, London. Palladium. 5727: Ajax, Cassandre et le Palladion. Skyphos. Campanie peintre de Capoue 7531. 350-330 avant J.-C. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 6930: Johan Tobias Sergel (1740-1814): Diomedes carrying the Palladium (1771-74). Konstakademin, Stockholm. 8605: Bernard Picart (1673-1733): The Palladium. Fabeln der Alten (1754). Wine 5809: Boutique de marchand de vin. Museo della civilt romana, Rome. Cette maquette Suicides 0607: Lucrezia [1580-83]. Paolo Veronese 1528-1588. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. Murders Medea meditates about slaying her children. Pompei, casa dei Dioscuri. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. The Seven Sages of Greece 5934: Bronze cauldron supported by a tripod whose iron legs end in ox hooves of bronze, 7C BC. Archaeological Museum, Delphi. 8015: Detail of a sarcophagus: a seated man reading. Phrygian marble. About AD 180-200. From the gardens of Pompeii near the Ghetto, Rome. British Museum, London 5628: Solon. La mosaque a t dcouverte en 1938 prs dAntioche, dans la maison de Astres. IIIe sicle aprs J.-C. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 5629: Periander. La mosaque a t dcouverte en 1938 prs dAntioche, dans la maison de Astres. IIIe sicle aprs J.-C. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 8913: Diogenes (c. 414-323 BC). Greek philosopher. The original in marble is in Villa Albani, Rome. Roman copy of Greek work from c. 200-150 BC. Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen (Den Kongelige Afstbningssamling) The Destruction of Paganism. - by Edward Gibbon Paulus in Ephesus: the burning of ancient books. Drawing by Gustave Dor 1832-1883. 6228: Head of Aphrodite. Roman copy of an original of the 4C BC. The rst Christians incised a cross on the forehead of the goddess. Found at the Roman Agora of Athens, 2C AD. National Archaeological Museum, Athens Odysseus Palace Drawing of the palace according to Johann Heinrich Voss (1820) A Mythological Sketch - Margaret Fuller / Caroline H. Dall. 8408: Terracotta group of two seated women, perhaps Demeter and Persephone. Myrina c. 100 BC. British Museum, London. Greek-Latin Correspondences

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3328: Minerva (Athena), Mars (Ares) and Janus, 1710-15. Statuette by Giovanni Battista Foggini, 1652-1725. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. Sing goddess William Bouguereau 1825-1905: Homer and his guide (1874).

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2. Albums
Contents Albums 6804: Bronze head of a boy. Hellenistic period. Archaeological Museum, Olympia.

Adonis Album 18 images


0128 B. T. Thorvaldsen 1770-1844: Adonis, 1808-32. Neue Pinakotek, Mnchen. 0513 Bartholomus Spranger 1546-1611: Venus and Adonis, 1595-1597. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0517 Abraham Janssens 1575-1632: Venus och Adonis, c.1620. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0611 Annibale Carracci (?) 1560-1609: Venus findet Adonis, c.1595. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 2738 Birth of Adonis. Illustration from Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Bruxelles 1677. 2802 Adonis and Aphrodite. Illustration from Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Bruxelles 1677. 2803 Adonis and Aphrodite. Illustration from Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Bruxelles 1677. 2805 Death of Adonis. Illustration from Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Bruxelles 1677. 4507 Guillaume Lethire 1760-1832: Vnus et Adonis partant pour la chasse. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4601 Nicolas Poussin 1591-1665: Vnus pleurant Adonis. Muse des beaux arts, Caen. 4603 Cornelisz van Haarlem 1522-1638: Vnus et Adonis. Muse des beaux arts, Caen. 4730 Marcantonio Franceschini 1648-1729: Die Geburt des Adonis, gegen 1700. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 5633 Antonio Canova 1757-1822: Vnus et Adonis 1789-1794. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 5712 Antonio Canova 1757-1822: Vnus et Adonis 1789-1794. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 8822 Adonis fra Centocelle. Fra villa p Via Labicana udenfor Rom. Graesk, tidlig 4 rh. f. Kr. Vatikanet, Galleria delle Statue. Den Kongelige Afstbningssamling, Copenhagen. 9124 Bertel Thorvaldsen 1770-1844: Adonis, 1808. The Thorvaldsen Museum, Copenhagen. 9802 Annibale Carracci 1560-1609: Venus, Adonis y Cupido. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9815 Tiziano 1485/90-1576: Venus y Adonis. Museo Nacional del Prado.

Allegory Album 59 images


2238 Prinz Heinrich Lubominski als Genius des Ruhms, 1789. Elizabeth Louise Vige-Lebrun 1755-1842. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin 3222 Freiheit oder Tod 1794-95. Jean Baptiste Regnault. Hamburger Kunsthalle 3335 Die Vier Jahrezeiten. Werkstatt des Filippo Parodi 1630-1702. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. 3336 Die Vier Jahrezeiten. Werkstatt des Filippo Parodi 1630-1702. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg.

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3337 Die Vier Jahrezeiten. Werkstatt des Filippo Parodi 1630-1702. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. 3401 Die Vier Jahrezeiten. Werkstatt des Filippo Parodi 1630-1702. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. 3604 Gaetano Gandolfi 1734-1802: Allegorie der Schnheit, 1779. Kunsthalle, Bremen. 3605 Gaetano Gandolfi 1734-1802: Allegorie der Reichtums, 1779. Kunsthalle, Bremen. 3613 Louise Caroline Sophie Seidler 1786-1866: Allegorie auf den Morgen. Kunsthalle, Bremen. 3614 Anonym, franzsisch: Allegorie auf den Beginn des 19. Jahrhundert (um 1800). Kunsthalle, Bremen. 3702 Franois Guillaume Mnageot 1744-1816: Allegorie auf Krieg und Frieden. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 4013 Benjamin Jammling, 1520-1604: De allegorie van de Wellwillendheid. Museum voor schone kunsten, Gent. 4105 Jan Sanders van Hemessen 1500-1560: Vanit. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4123 Nicolas Poussin (daprs) 1594-1665: Le Temps soustrait la verit aux atteintes de lEnvie et de la Discorde. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4135 Alfred Agache 1843-1915: La Fortune, 1885. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4202 Montemezzano: La Prudence. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4203 Montemezzano: La Eloquence. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4209 Jules Carelier 1814-1894: La Vrit. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4217 Gustave Michel 1851-1924: La Pense, 1904. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4237 Guido Cagnacci 1601-1663: Allgorie de la Vanitas et de la Pnitence, vers 1640. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 4407 Paulus Bor 1600-1669: Allgorie du Syllogisme. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4419 Robert le Vrac, did Tournires 1668-1752: Allgorie de lt. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4420 Robert le Vrac, did Tournires 1668-1752: Allgorie de lautomne. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4423 Louis de Boullogne le jeune 1654-1733: Crs, allgorie de lt. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4434 Pierre Bouillon 1776-1831: Lenfant et la Fortune. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4436 Philippe-Auguste Hennequin 1762-1833: La Philosophie cartant les images qui cachaient la Vrit. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4513 Alfred Agache 1845-1915: Enigme 1888. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4922 Paul Dubois 1829-1905: Fidelity, 1877. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 4923 Paul Dubois 1829-1905: Courage, 1876. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 4924 Paul Dubois 1829-1905: Charity, 1876. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 4926 Stephan Sinding 1846-1922: Adoration, 1903. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 4929 Patrick Macdowell 1799-1870: Daydream. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 4937 Felix Charpentier 1858-1924: Shooting star 1896 (the soul after death). Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5004 Louis Ernest Barrias 1841-1905: Nature revealing herself to Science, 1893. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5006 Jules-Elie Delaunay 1812-1891: The Plague in Rome 1869. Muse dOrsay, Paris. 5010 Eugne Delaplanche 1836-1891: Music, 1877. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 4708 Annibale Carrachi 1560-1609: Der Genius des Ruhmes, um 1588/89. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden.

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5637 Cornelis Cornelisz van Haarlem 1562-1638: Allgorie de la fortune 1590. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 7423 Giorgio Vasari, 1511-1574: Allegoria della Giustizia, della Verit e dei Vizi. Capodimonte Palace and National Gallery, Naples. 7430 Guido Reni 1575-1642: Le quattro stagioni. Capodimonte Palace and National Gallery, Naples 7708 Patrick Macdowell 1799-1870: Europe, Albert Memorial, London. 7711 John Bell 1812-1895: America, Albert Memorial, London. 7715 William Theed 1804-1891: Africa, Albert Memorial, London. 7716 John Henry Foley 1818-1874: Asia, Albert Memorial, London. 7725 Intarsia panel: Justice. Walnut inlaid with other woods. Italian, possibly Sienese. First quarter of the 15th century. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 7801 Alfred Stevens 1817-1875: Valour and Cowardice. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 7802 Alfred Stevens 1817-1875: Truth and Falsehood. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 8206 Sections of the months and seasons pavement. Summer (medallion). Second half of 4th century AD. Carthage. British Museum, London. 8207 November dressed as a priestess of Isis holding the sistrum (rattle). Second half of 4th century AD. From Carthage. British Museum, London. 9403 Edward Eriksen 1876-1959: Hope, 1904. Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen. 9407 Edward Eriksen 1876-1959: The Judgement, 1905. Marble. Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen. 9735 Las Edades y la Muerte. Hans Baldung Grien 1484/85-1545. Hacia 1541-1544. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9809 Simon Vouet 1590-1649: El Tiempo vencido por la Esperanza y la Belleza. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9810 Livio Mehus 1630-1691: El Genio de la Pintura. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9830 Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640 / Jan Brueghel 1568-1625: El Tacto. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9831 Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640 / Jan Brueghel 1568-1625: El Olfato. Museo Nacional del Prado 9832 Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640 / Jan Brueghel 1568-1625: El Odo. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9833 Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640 / Jan Brueghel 1568-1625: La vista. Museo Nacional del Prado. 10014 Basilio Fumo (1797). La caridad romana. Museo Arqueolgico Nacional, Madrid.

Aphrodite Album 60 images


0131 Venus mit dem Apfel. 1813-16. B. T. Thorvaldsen 1770-1844. Werkstattkopie von W. Matthi. Neue Pinakotek, Mnchen. 0305 Aphrodite aus Unteritalien 220-180 v. Chr. (Terrakotta). Staatliches Antikensammlungen, Mnchen. 0513 Venus and Adonis [1595-1597]. Painting by Bartholomus Spranger 1546-1611. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0517 Venus and Adonis, ca. 1620. Painting by Abraham Janssens 1575-1632. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien.

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8333: Head from a bronze cult statue of Anahita, a local goddess shown here in the guise of Aphrodite, 200-100 BC. Found at Satala in NE Asia Minor (Armenia Minor). British Museum, London. 8406: Bronze statuette of Aphrodite tying a necklace, a type known as the Aphrodite Pselioumene, 200-100 BC. British Museum, London. 0837 Die Toilette der Venus. Painting by Giorgio Vasari 1511-1574. Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart. 0931 Flora and Venus, 1747. Painting by Anton Kern 1710-1747. Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nrnberg. 1029 Venus. Head of statue by Lorenzo Bartolini 1777-1850. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. 1036 Aphrodite. Head of statue by Praxiteles 4C BC. Rmisch-Germanischer Museum, Kln. 1406 Aphrodite from Cnidos (detail). Statue by Praxiteles, 350 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1537 Head of Aphrodite from Cnidos. Praxiteles, 350 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1824 Aphrodite, 1940. Statue by Rudolph Tegner, 1873-1950. Rudolph Tegners Museum. 1908 Aphrodites belt, 1924-25. Statue by Rudolph Tegner, 1873-1950. Rudolph Tegners Museum. 2001 Aphrodite.Creation from the 3C, Rhodes. 2225 Mars und Venus von Vulkan berracht 1549/50. Paris Bordon, 1500-1571. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 2412 Orakelstatue, wahrscheinlich stellt sie Aphrodite Arsinoe Philadelphos dar. Villa des Hadrian 2 Jhr. n. Chr.gyptysche Museum, Berlin. 2905 Venus of Arles. Greek marble. Hyalograph drawn by G. de Roton. 2906 Bronze mask from Satala, Capadoccia. Hyalograph drawn by T. E. Macklin, in Philip Gilbert Hamerton, Man In Art (Macmillan and Co., London & New York 1892). 3609 Pierre Mignard 1612-1695: Mars und Venus um 1685- Kunsthalle, Bremen. 3629 Aphrodite and Hephaestus. Tischbein 1751-1829. Supraporten aus der 1806-19 erfolgten Einrichtung dieses Saales als Homer-Zimmer. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 3630 Aphrodite and Ares. Tischbein 1751-1829. Supraporten aus der 1806-19 erfolgten Einrichtung dieses Saales als Homer-Zimmer. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 3713 Cornelis Cornelisz 1562-1638: Mars und Venus. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 3738 Badende Aphrodite. Um 250 v. Chr. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 3820 Pieter van der Werff 1665-1722: A statue of Venus, with a girl drawing and a boy. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. 3901 School Rubens: Aphrodite and Ares. Mauritshuis, Den Haag. 4010 Jan van Orly 1665-1735, Augustin Coppens 1668-1740: The glorification of Venus. Museum voor schone kunsten, Gent 4131 Eugne Emmanuel Amaury-Duval 1808-1885. La naissance de Vnus 1862. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4337 Sisto Badalocchio 1585-1647: Mars et Vnus. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4416 Nicolas Poussin 1594-1665: Vnus montrant ses armes Ene. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4507 Lethire (attr. ) Guillaume dit Sainte-Anne de Guadeloupe 1760-1832: Vnus et Adonis partant pour la chasse. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4603 Harlem Cornelisz van (Cornelis Cornelisz dit) 1522-1638: Vnus et Adonis. Muse des beaux arts, Caen.

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4613 Charles-Antoine Coypel 1694-1752: Vulcain fait dcouvrir aux Dieux les amours de Mars et Vnus. Muse des beaux arts, Caen. 4710 Girolamo da Capri 1501-1556: Venus von Schwnen gezogen. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 4714 Giorgione 1477-1510, Tizian 1488-1576: Schlumrende Venus, um 1508-10. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 5824: Mars et Vnus, 160-170 aprs J.-C. Ostia Antica, rserves du Muse. 4715 Palma Vecchio, eigentlich Jacopo dAntonio Negreti 1480-1528: Ruhende Venus, um 1520. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 6211 Aphrodite, Pan and Eros. The goddess is threatening Pan with her sandal, while Eros over her shoulder is grasping Pans horn. Delos, c. 100 BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6228 Head of Aphrodite. Roman copy of an original of the 4C BC. The first Christians incised a cross on the forehead of the goddess. Found at the Roman Agora of Athens, 2C AD. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6310 Aphrodite Hope. Roman copy of the 2C AD after an original of the Hellenic age. Found at Baiae, south Italy. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6311 Aphrodite of Melos. Marble statue of the goddess found on the island of Melos. Second half of the 2C BC. Copy at the National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6410 Head of Aphrodite of Melos, second half of the 2C BC. Copy at the National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 7004 Statua Ritratto, Tipo dellAfrodite Capitolina con testa ritratto di et antonina. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7723 Daniel Mauch 1477-1540: Venus. Pearwood, Netherlandish. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 7731 Antonio Lombardo 1458-1516 (?): Venus Anadymene. Marble. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 7923 Marble statue of crouching Aphrodite bathing. Roman, 2nd century AD. British Museum, London. 7925 Marble Venus of the Capitoline type. About AD 100-150. British Museum, London. 8021 Venus. Marble. Roman version of a Greek type of the 4th century BC. British Museum, London. 8111 John Gibson 1790-1866: Venus c. 1833. Original plaster. Royal Academy of Arts, London. 8131 White-ground kylix (drinking-cup) with Aphrodite riding on a goose. Athens about 460 BC. British Museum, London. 8620 Afrodite fra haverne. Alkamenes, Graesk, klassisk ca 435 f.Kr. Romersk kopi, marmor, fra Villa Borghese i Rom, Louvre Paris (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8924 Venus Medici. Kleomenes, sn af Apollodoros, Graesk, hellenistisk, 3./2. rh f. Kr. Romersk kopi. Firenze, Galleria degli Uffici (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8927 Venus Venere Italica. Originalen af marmor findes i Galleria Palatina, Firenze. Antonio Canova (1757-1822), 1804-12 (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8928 Detail of previous. 9417 Einar Utzon-Frank 1888-1955: Aphrodite 1915. Bronze. Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen. 9712 Venus del delfn. Hacia 140-150 d.C. Copia romana de un original helenstico fechable entre 280 y 250 a.C. Museo Nacional del Prado.

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9714 Venus del pomo. Hacia 100-110 d.C. Copia romana de un original helenstico de hacia 150 a.C. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9717 Cabeza de Afrodita Cnidia. Hacia 120-130 d.C. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9726 Afrodita agachada. Hacia 150 d.C. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9817 Tiziano 1485/90-1576: Ofrenda a Venus. Museo Nacional del Prado.

Apollo Album 46 images


0208 Standbild des Apollon aus einer rmischen Villa in Tusculum. Glyptothek, Mnchen. 0316 Apollo from Kassel. Statue by Phidias 460 BC. Archaeologie Staatssamlung. 0318 Apollo. Work from the 5C BC. Archaeologie Staatssamlung. 0712 Apollo. Work from the 4C BC. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 1105 Apollo at the Wilhelmshhe Schlo, Kassel. 1403 Apollo Sauroktonos or Lizard Slayer. Roman copy after a bronze by Praxiteles c. 350-330 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1809 The brother and sister Apollo and Diana, 1926. Statue by Rudolph Tegner, 1873-1950. Rudolph Tegners Museum. 2221 Apollo und Diana in waldiger Landschaft 1530. Lucas Cranach d. , 1472-1553. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 2235 Apollo and the Cumaean Sibyl. Painting by Giovanni D. Cerrini 1609-81. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 3704 Frans Francken d.j. 1581-1642: Die Welt huldigt Apollo. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 3707 Frans Floris 1516-1570: Das Urteil des Midas zwischen Apollo und Pan. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 3818 Jan Baptist Xavery 1697-1742: Apollo and the Cumaean Sibylla, 1742. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. 3837 Giovanni Antonio Pellegrini: Apollo (ca. 1718). Mauritshuis, Den Haag. 4007 Jan van Orly 1665-1735, Augustin Coppens 1668-1740: The glorification of Apollo. Museum voor schone kunsten, Gent 4016 Jan Boeckhorst ca. 1603/1605-1668: Apollo en Python, ca. 1660. Museum voor schone kunsten, Gent. 4114 Nicolas Mignard dit Mignard dAvignon 1606-1668: Le Jugement de Midas, vers 1668. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4119 Nol Hall 1711-1781: Apollon et Midas, vers 1750. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4230 Apollon du Belvdre. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 4316 Nicolas Sbastien Adam 1705-1778: Apollon. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 4417 Giovanni Stefano Danedi, dit Montalto 1612-1690: Apollon corchant Marsyas. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4522 Gustave Moreau: Phoebus et Bore. Muse G. Moreau. 4527 Novelli Pietro Giovanni, dit Il Monrealese 1603-1647: Duel musical dApollon et de Marsyas. Muse des beaux arts, Caen. 4702 Gillis van Coninxloo 1544-1607: Landschaft mit dem Urteil des Midas 1588. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 4713 Paris Bordon 1500-1571: Apollo zwischen Marsyas und Midas, gegen 1530. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden.

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4932 Apollo, Poseidon and other deities. Ceiling at Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5023 Apollo. Roman statue. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 6038: Apollo. White kylix (480-470 BC). Work of an Athenian unknown vase painter. Archaeological Museum, Delphi. 6227: Base of Mantineia, c. 320 BC. Apollo playing a kithara and Marsyas playing a double flute. A Scythian is ready to flay Marsyas. Found at Mantineia, Peloponnese. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6230: Head of Apollo Kitharodos (playing the guitar), 4C BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6420 Apollo. Parthenon frieze [detail]. Acropolis Museum, Athens. 6715 Apollo. West pediment of the Temple of Zeus, Olympia 460 BC. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 6716 Apollo. West pediment of the Temple of Zeus, Olympia 460 BC. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 7010 Statua di Apollo. Rielaborazione di et imperiale da originale del II sec. a.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7337 Apollo, in front of the Temple of Apollo, 1C AD. Pompeii. 7601 Bust of Apollo (plaster copy) c. 1C AD. Baths at Herculaneum. 7611 Francesco Gessi 1588-1649: Apollo e Dafne. Museo Correale di Terranova, Sorrento. 7613 Giacomo del Po 1652-1726: Apollo e Dafne. Museo Correale di Terranova, Sorrento. 7720 Pierre de Franqueville called Francavilla 1548-1615: Apollo. Comissioned by Antonio di Zanobi Bracci in 1574 for the garden of the Villa Bracci at Rovezzano near Florence. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 7736 Antonio Corradini 1668-1752: Apollo flaying Marsyas. Marble. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 7836 Bust of Apollo and plinth about 1740. Tin-glazed earthenware. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 7929 Marble head of Apollo. About 120-140 AD. British Museum, London. 8315 Apollo with a cithara, and Victory. Roman 1st-2nd century AD. British Museum, London. 8634 Apollon Lykeios [detail]. Originalen i marmor findes i Louvre, Paris. Romersk kopi efter aeldre forbillede, Praxiteles, Graesk, Klassisk, ca 350 f.Kr. (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8635 Apollon Lykeios. Originalen i marmor findes i Louvre, Paris. Romersk kopi efter aeldre forbillede, Praxiteles, Graesk, Klassisk, ca 350 f.Kr. (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8637 Apollon Barberini. Graesk klassisk sen 5 rh. f.Kr. Rom kopi i Mnchen Glyptothek (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8818 Apollon, fra hus i Pompeii. Graesk/Romersk, 5./1. rh. f. Kr. Napoli, Museo Archeologico (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen).

Ares Album 9 images


0231 Kopf des Ares. Kopie nach einer Kultstatue des Alkamenes im Arestempel von Athen (430-420 v. Chr.). Glyptotek, Mnchen. 0323 Ares Borghese. 420 v. Chr. Paris, Louvre. Archaeologie Staatssamlung. 2631 Ares, Aphrodite, and Hephaestus. Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Bruxelles 1677. 4003 Jan van Orly 1665-1735, Augustin Coppens 1668-1740: The glorification of Mars, 1716 (tapestry). Museum voor schone kunsten, Gent

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4030 Antoon Claeissens, ca. 1538-1613: Mars, surrounded by the liberal arts, vanquishing Ignorance, 1605. Stedelijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten (Muse Groeninge). 4622 Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640: Der Tugendheld (Mars), von der Siegesgttin bekrnt um 1616. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 7120 Mars and Venus. Pompei, casa dellAmore punito. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 8715 Ares Ludovisi, fundet 1622. Restaureret af Bernini (1598-1680). Graesk slutn. 4 rh. f.Kr. (Romkopi) Rom, Museo Nazionale Romano (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8925 Ares Borghese. Graesk / Romersk 1. rh. e. Kr. Romersk kopi. Paris, Louvre (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen).

Artemis Album 43 images


0530 Diana and Actaeon, 1607. Painting by Joachim Wtewael 1566-1638. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0705 Triumph der Gtter und Gtterinen: Diana. Tapestry from the 18C. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 1024 Diana. Fidelis Sporer 1733-1811 (Terrakotta). Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. 1123 Diana and Actaeon, 1608. Painting by Hendrick van Balen 1575-1632 and Jan Brueghel the Elder, 1568-1625. Neue Galerie, Kassel. 1823 Diana and the arch of the moon, 1933. Statue by Rudolph Tegner, 1873-1950. Rudolph Tegners Museum. 2122 Artemis Collona. Gefunden 1795 in Rom, marmor ca. 340 v. Chr. Rmische Kopia. Pergamon Museum, Berlin. 2236 Diana and Actaeon 1660. Painting by Pietro Liberu 1605-1687. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 2304 Rmische Ideallandschaft mit Cephalus, Procris und Diana, 1635-36. Claude Gelle, gen. Claude Lorrain 1600-1682. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 3616 Adriaen de Backer um 1630/32-1684: Diana im Bade, 1682. Kunsthalle, Bremen. 3622 Artemis von Gabii. Ein werk des Praxiteles aus Athen um 350/30 vor Chr. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 3703 Jacques Stella 1596-1657: Diana mit Nymphen beim Vogelschiessen. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 3709 Niederlndischer Maler des 16. Jahrhundert: Fnf Mythologische Figuren. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 3728 Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1751-1829: Diana von zwei Hirschen gezogen. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 4009 Jan van Orly 1665-1735, Augustin Coppens 1668-1740: The glorification of Diana. Museum voor schone kunsten, Gent. 4122 Franois le Moyne 1688-1737: Le sacrifice dIphignie, 1728. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4228 Merry-Joseph Blondel 1781-1853: Diane la biche. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 4314 Nicolas Sbastien Adam 1705-1778: Diane. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 4331 Franois Clouet, vers 1510-1572: Le bain de Diane. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4628 Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640: Dianas Heimkehr von der Jagd, um 1616. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden.

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5020 Kultstatue af Diana fra Nemi, 150-100 f. Kr. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5112 Artemis og tre Adoranter. Tyndaris paa Sicilien, 2 aarh. f. Kr. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. ooo1 Artemis Ephesia, AD 125-175. Ephesus, Turkey ooo2 Artemis Ephesia, AD 125-175. Ephesus, Turkey ooo3 Artemis Ephesia, AD 125-175 (detail). Ephesus, Turkey 0211 Artemis. Rmisches Werk in Anlehnung an griechisches Vorbilder. 1.Jh. n. Chr. Glyptothek, Mnchen. 6220: Statue of Artemis from Delos, end of 2C BC. Free adaptation of an original of the beginning of the 4C BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6420: Artemis. Parthenon frieze. Acropolis Museum, Athens. 6914: Artemis. Restaurerad p 1700-talet. Medelhavsmuseet, Stockholm. 7011 Artemide Efesia. Farnese. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7014 Testa di Artemide tipo arriccia c.d. Hera Farnese. Collezione Farnese. Replica del II sec. d.C. da originale della seconda met del V sec. a.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7404 Diana, in front of the Temple of Apollo, c. 1C AD. Pompeii. 7505 Artemis. Axel Munthes Villa San Michele, Capri. 7616 Domenico Antonio Vaccaro 1678-1745: Il bagno di Diana. Museo Correale di Terranova, Sorrento. 7618 Domenico Antonio Vaccaro 1678-1745: Diana e Atteone. Museo Correale di Terranova, Sorrento. 7704 Diana. Maioliche di Castelli dAbruzzo del XVII e XVIII Secolo. Opere dei Grue, Gentili. Museo Correale di Terranova, Sorrento. 8029 Diana. Marble. Probably 1st century AD. British Museum, London. 8123 Sebastiano Ricci 1659-1734: Diana and her nymphs bathing. Royal Academy of Arts, London. 8321 Marble votive relief dedicated to Artemis Bendis. Athens c. 400-375 BC. British Museum, London. 8622 Artemis og Ifigenia, rekonstrueret. Originalen af marmor findes i Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Romersk kopi efter aeldre forbillede hellenistisk 2./1. rh f.Kr. (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8724 Diana fra Gabii. Praxiteles, Graesk, senkl. midt 4 rh. f. Kr. (Romkopi). Paris, Louvre (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8825 Artemis. Fra villa dei Papiri i Herculaneum. Graesk, tidl. 4 rh. f. Kr. (romkopi). Napoli, Museo Archeologico (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 9906 Jean-Baptiste Marie Pierre 1714-1789: Diana y Calisto. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9908 Louis-Michel van Loo 1707-1771: Diana dormida. Museo Nacional del Prado.

Asclepius Album 14 images


0232 Kopf des Asklepios. Kopie nach einer Statue (420-410 v. Chr.). Glyptotek, Mnchen. 0325 Asklepios. Berlin Staatliches Museum. 4-5 Jh. v. Chr. Archaeologie Staatssamlung, Mnchen. 0730 Asclepius at Schnbrunn Schlo, Austria. 1613 Asklepios. Roman copy of Greek work from 4C BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen.

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2129 Asklepios. Rmische Kopie nach griechische Statue. Anfang 4 Jhr. v. Chr. Pergamon Museum, Berlin. 2831 Asclepius appears in the shape of a serpent at Epidaurus. Engraving from 1677. 5612 Asclpios. Oeuvre romaine inspire dune cration grecque de 80/70 avant J.-C. Marbre. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 5804 Le dieu Asclpios. Fin du IIe sicle avant J.-C. Provenance: aire sacre du temple dHercule. Ostia Antica, Muse. 6223 Statue of Asklepios, copy of an original dating from the end of the 5th or the beginning of the 4th century BC. From the sanctuary of Asklepios at Epidaurus, one of the most prominent cult places of the god and a centre of practicing medicine as well. Aboud AD 160. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6303 Asklepios of Mounychia. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 7015 Asclepio tipo Giustini da Roma, Isola Tiberina. Replica del II sec. d.C. da originale del primo quarto del IV sec. a.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 8324 Marble head of Asklepios, 325-300 BC. Melos. British Museum, London. 8908 Blacas-Asklepios. Graesk, senklassisk, ca. 330 f. Kr. eller senare. London, British Museum (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8909 Asklepios, fra statue. Graesk, klassisk 4 rh. f. Kr. Romersk kopi, marmor. Louvre.

Athena Album 55 images


0216 Westgiebel des Tempels von gina. Glyptothek, Mnchen. 0227 Bste des 2 Jh. n. Chr. (eingesetze Augen verloren). Kopie vermutlich nach einer Kultstatue des Kresilas in Athen (430-420 v. Chr.). Glyptothek, Mnchen. 0327 Statue 4C BC. Archaeologie Staatssamlung. 0425 Pallas Athena visits Envy, 1652. Painting by Karel Dujardin 1626-1678. Gemldegalerie der Akademie der bildende Knste, Wien. 0523 Athena conquering Ignorance [c.1593]. Painting by Bartholomus Spranger 1546-1611. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0529 Minerva und Saturn beschtzen Kunst und Wissenschaft [1644]. Joachim van Sandart 1606-1688. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0718 Athena Parthenos. Roman copy of Greek original by Phidias, 5C BC. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0728 Statue of Athena at Schnbrunn Schlo, Austria. 0801 Athena and Janus. Statue at Schnbrunn Schlo, Austria. 0803 Athena and Ares. Statue at Schnbrunn Schlo, Austria. 0926 Minerva and the Muses, 1603. Painting by Hans Rottenhammer 1564-1626. Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nrnberg. 0936 Athena and Marsyas. Reconstruction of a lost bronze group from Acropolis. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. 1001 Reconstruction of a lost bronze group from Acropolis. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. 1002 Copy from 1C AD of an original of Myron from 5C BC. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. 1018 Statue from the 2C AD. Redrafted and completed in the 16C AD. Stdtische GalerieLiebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt.

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1023 Terracotta by Fidelis Sporer 1733-1811. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. 1409 Mourning Athena. Relief. Attic, about 50 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1525 Head of the Athena Lemnia by Phidias, c. 450 BC. Roman copy of original in bronze. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1826 Zeus giving birth to Athena. Statue by Rudolph Tegner, 1873-1950. Rudolph Tegners Museum. 2212 Athena and Diomedes. Schlobrcke, Berlin. 2338 Athena, outside the Museum fr Vor und Frgeschichte, Berlin. 2514 Athena Parthenos. Statuette of Roman date. Copy from Phidias work 438 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 3813 Laurent Delvaux 1696-1778: Pallas Athena and two mourning putti, 1746-1748. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. 4004 Jan van Orly 1665-1735, Augustin Coppens 1668-1740: The glorification of Minerva. Museum voor schone kunsten, Gent. 4124 Joseph-Benot Suve 1743-1807: Combat de Minerve contre Mars. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4214 Auguste Rodin 1840-1917: Pallas au Parthnon, 1896. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4334 Jacob Jacobsz de Wet 1640-1697: Visite de Minerve aux Muses. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4711 Garofaldo (eigentlich Benvenuto Tisi), um 1481-1559: Poseidon und Athene, 1512. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 5036 Minerva. Roman bust from 2C AD. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 2707 Athena & Arachne. Engraving from Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, F. Foppens, Bruxelles 1677. 5817 Athna. IIe sicle aprs J.-C. Ostia Antica, Muse. 6217 Bust of Athena (Athena Velletri type). 1C AD. National Archaeological Museum, Athens 6313 The Varvakeion Athena, copy of the 2nd or 3rd century AD of the gold and ivory (chryselephantine) original cult statue of Athena Parthenos by Pheidias, which was placed in the Parthenon in 447 BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6314 The Varvakeion Athena, copy of the 2nd or 3rd century AD of the gold and ivory (chryselephantine) original cult statue of Athena Parthenos by Pheidias, which was placed in the Parthenon in 447 BC [detail]. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6316 Athena of the Pnyx. Athena Medici 2C AD. Found near the Pnyx at the west slope of the Acropolis. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6417 The Contemplative Athena relief from c. 460 BC. Acropolis Museum, Athens. 6437 Sculpture depicting Athena from the waist up, emerging from a flower. Roman period. Archaeological Museum of Eleusis. 6532 Athena Parthenos, from frieze decorating the arch over the Lechaion Road, Corinth AD 117. Archaeological Museum, Corinth. 6733 Terracotta head of Athena, ca. 490 BC. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 7016 Athena. Replica del II secolo d.C. da originale della seconda met del V secolo a.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7029 Minerva. Inizio et imperiale. Da originale di V sec. a.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples.

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7332 Statua di Athena c.d. Athena Farnese. Collezione Albani. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 8004 Bust of helmeted Athena. Marble. A Roman version of a Greek work of the 4th century BC. British Museum, London. 8006 Minerva. Marble. Roman version of a Greek original of the 5th century BC. British Museum, London. 8023 Head from a colossal statue restored as Athena Parthenos. Roman with 18th century restorations. British Museum, London. 8125 White-ground oinochoe (wine-jug). Athens about 520-500 BC. Herakles and the Nemean lion (Athena). British Museum, London. 8208 Red-figured situla (bucket) with Athena giving Perseus a harpe (sickle) to cut off Medusas head. Apulian c. 370 BC. British Museum, London. 8322 Terracotta lekythos in the form of a bust of Athena. Athens c. 440-375 BC. British Museum, London. 6415 Athena in the Gigantomachy, c. 520 BC. Pediment of the archaic temple of Athena which was erected by the sons of Peisistratos. Acropolis Museum, Athens. 8618 Athena Medici, restaureret med bl.a. et hoved i Wien, Louvre, Wien Kunsthistorisches Museum (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8619 Athena. Kopi af kultstatuen af Athena Parthenos. Phidias, Graesk 438-32 f.Kr. (Rom kopi). Madrid, Museo del Prado (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8718 Athena Pallas Giustiniani fundet fr 1631. Graesk beg. af 4 rh f.Kr. (Rom kopi) Vatikanet, Braccio Nuovo (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8732 Rekonstruktion af Athena Lemnia. Phidias, Graesk ca. 440 f. Kr. Dresden / Bologna (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8733 Detail of previous. 8920 Athena Vellitri, fra statue. Originalen af marmor findes i Louvre. Romersk kopi efter aeldre forbillede: Graesk, klassisk ca. 430 f. Kr. (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen).

Athletes Album 8 images


1007 Discus-thrower. 1C AD after Naukydes 4C BC. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. 2115 Ridolfo Schadow 1786-1822: Diskuswerfer 1820-21, Rom. 5223 Discus-thrower. Roman copy of a work by Myron. Bronze original in Vatican Museum, c. 450 BC. 6132 Base for a funerary kouros. Six athletes involved in various athletic games. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6133 Base for a funerary kouros. Pentelic marble. Scene from the palaistra. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 7325 Puglie e gallo, in pasta vitrea. Area vesuviana. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 8722 Bokser, et portraet eller mytologisk skikkelse. Fundet 1885 p Quirinalhjen i Rom, Graesk, hellenistisk 1.-1. rh f. Kr. Rom, Museo Nazionale Romano (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8805 Diskoskaster (rekonstruktion af krop i Vatikanet og hovede i Thermemuseet) Myron, Graesk, klassisk ca 450 f.Kr. (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen).

CENTAURS Album
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0506 Centaur at Gemldegalerie der Akademie der bildende Knste, Wien. 0602 Antonio Canova 1757-1822: Theseus besiegt den Kentauren 1805-1819. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0618 Giuseppe Maria Crespi 1665-1747: Chiron and Achilles c.1695-1700. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 4437 Thodore Gricault 1791-1824: Centaure enlevant une femme Lapithe. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4512 Arthur-Jacques le Duc 1848-1918: Centaure et Bacchante. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 5607 Centaure et nymphe. 600-450 avant J.-C. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 6929 Centaur and Eros. Copy at Konstakademin, Stockholm. 7215 Piritoo e i Centauri. Casa di Gavio Rufo, Pompei. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7624 Ignoto Fiammingo sec. XVII: La famiglia del Centauro. Museo Correale di Terranova, Sorrento. 7637 Centauro. Maioliche Giustiniani, Napoli XVIII-XIX sec. Museo Correale di Terranova, Sorrento. 7829 Francesco Bertos 1693-1734: Hylonome restrained by Lapiths. Marble. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 3918: Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640: Chiron ondericht Achilles. Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam.

CHARITES (GRACES) Album 8 images


0417 Die drei Grazien. Rubens und mitarbeiter. Gemldegalerie der Akademie der bildende Knste, Wien. 5119 Antonio Canova, 1757-1822: The three Graces. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5122 Bertel Throvaldsen 1768-1844: The Three Graces 1821. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5823 Les trois Grces. Milieu du IIe sicle aprs J.-C. Fresque. Muse Ostia Antica, rserves du Muse. 7728 Roundel painted with the Three Graces. Italian, 1525. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 7830 Meissen about 1790: The Three Graces. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 9736 La Armona o Hans Baldung Grien 1484/85-1545. Hacia 1541-1544. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9819 Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640: Las Tres Gracias. Museo Nacional del Prado.

Comparative Album 20 images


Older sculptured or painted mythological motives confronted with newer versions from the 20th century Compare Athena 430 BC with Athena 1939 Compare Diana 4C BC with Diana 1931 Compare Europa (Roman) with Europa 1933 Compare Gaia 9 BC with Gaia 1939 Compare Phaethon 1540 with Phaethon 1933

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Compare Sphinx 340 BC with Sphinx 1934 Compare Male torso 350 BC with male torso AD 2000 Compare Pegasus 350 BC with Pegasus 1952 Compare Hector and Andromache 1812 with Hector and Andromache 1917 Compare Perseus and Andromeda 1594 with Perseus and Andromeda 1910

Dictaean Cave Album 21 images


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Dionysus Album 57 images


0226 Silen / Dionysos. Vielleicht Kopie nach einer Statue des Lysipp (310-300 v. Chr.). Glyptothek, Mnchen. 0308 Dionysus, Satyrs and Maenads (detail), 410 BC. Staatliches Antikensammlungen, Mnchen. 0329 Bacchus Richelieu. Roman marble copy of Greek original from 320 BC. Archaeologie Staatssamlung. 0331 Dionysos from Cato-Villa in Monteporzio, 300 BC. Archaeologie Staatssamlung. 0333 Late Hellenistic Dionysus head from 2C BC. Archaeologie Staatssamlung. 0334 Head of statue, Smyrna, Asia Minor. 200 BC. Archaeologie Staatssamlung. 0520 Bacchus triumph [1536-37]. Maerten van Heemskerck 1498-1574. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0631 Junges paar als Bacchus und Ariadne [ca. 1500-10]. Tullio Lombardo 1475-1532. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0632 Bacchus [c. 1520-25]. Pier Jacopo Alari-Bonacolsi c. 1460-1528. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0809 Bacco e Arianna. Francesco Brizio 1574 - ca. 1623. Pinacoteca Nazionale, Bologna. 0827 Bacchus and Ariadne. Giambattista Pittoni 1678-1767. Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart. 0932 Diana and Bacchus, [1747]. Anton Kern 1710-1747. Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nrnberg. 1038 Head from the 2C BC. Rmisch-Germanischer Museum, Kln. 1118 Bacchus Triumph, [1640-50]. Jacob Jordaens 1593-1678. Neue Galerie, Kassel. 1811 Dionysus with the panther, 1922-1923. Statue by Rudolph Tegner, 1873-1950. Rudolph Tegners Museum.

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2301 Der Zug des Bacchus, 1760. Francesco de Mura 1696-1782. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 2310 Die Erziehung des Bacchus, 1717. Jean Franois de Troy 1679-1752. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 2311 Bacchus und Ariadne, 1717. Jean Franois de Troy 1679-1752. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 2909 Satyr playing with Infant Bacchus, Graeco-Roman Marble, drawn by T. E. Macklin, for Philip Gilbert Hamerton, Man In Art (Macmillan and Co., London & New York 1892). 3814 Tapestry with Bacchus and Ariadne. Paris before 1684. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. 4233 Le Faune et lenfant Dionysos. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 4325 Peson de balance, Bacchus. IIIe sicle aprs J.C. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 4333 Abraham Bloemaert 1564-1651: Bacchus, allgorie de lautomne. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 5016 Dionysos og Ariadne. Romersk sarkofag pa via Appia. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5819: Dionysos chevauchant une panthre. IIe sicle aprs J.-C. Muse Ostia Antica, rserves. 3404 Bacchus und Ceres. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. 6210 Table-support. Young Dionysos crowned with an ivy and wine wreath, holds in his right hand a rhyton (ritual vase) ending in a half-panther. Pan stands under Dionysos right arm who holds a lagabolon (a staff for flinging at hares). A small Satyr has climbed upon the vine branch. Asia Minor workshop, AD 170. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6436 Statuette of Dionysos holding a kantharos. Roman times. Archaeological Museum of Eleusis. 6602 Mosaic floor. Dionysos. 1C AD. Archaeological Museum, Corinth. 6605 Head of bearded Dionysos. Archaeological Museum, Corinth. 6607 Head of Dionysos. From a prototype of Praxiteles. Archaeological Museum, Corinth. 7005 Gruppo di satiro e Dioniso Bambino. Replica romana da originale bronzeo della met del II sec. a.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7006 Statua di Dioniso. Testa antica non pertinente. Corpo inspirato a modelli prassitelici. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7012 Dioniso ed Eros. Rielaborazione del II secolo d.C. da originale della fine del IV secolo a.C. La testa di Dioniso non pertinente. La testa di Eros moderna. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7013 Dioniso ed Eros [detail]. Rielaborazione del II secolo d.C. da originale della fine del IV secolo a.C. La testa di Dioniso non pertinente. La testa di Eros moderna. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7017 Bacco Ermafrodito. Da originale di et ellenistica. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7317 Dioniso fanciullo su tigre. Pompei, Casa del Fauno. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7322 Licurgo e Ambrosia al cospetto di Dioniso. Ercolano. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7326 Dioniso con pantera in pasta vitrea. Ercolano. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7425 Annibale Carracci, 1560-1609: Bacco 1590-91 circa. Capodimonte Palace and National Gallery, Naples 7502 Bacchus. Axel Munthes Villa San Michele, Capri.

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8009 Dionysos. Marble. Probably 1st or early 2nd century AD. British Museum, London. 8024 Dionysos. Pentelic marble. 1st or early 2nd century AD. British Museum, London. 8028 Double terminal bust. Bacchus and Ariadne. British Museum, London. 8104 Dionysos dances with his panther. Part of panel from a mosaic pavement. Roman 4th century AD. British Museum, London. 8229 Panel from painted wall: the winegod Bacchus and his companion Silenus. Roman c. 30 BC. Pompeii. British Museum, London. 8330 Bronze mask of horned Dionysos 200-100 BC. British Museum, London. 8410 Statue of Dionysos wearing an ivy wreath (Sardanapalos type). Pentelic marble. Roman copy c. AD 40-60 of a Greek original c. 350-325 BC. British Museum, London. 6936 Bacchus (info n/a). Konstakademin, Stockholm. 8827 Dionysos, fra Hadrians villa i Tivoli. Romersk, 2. rh. e. Kr. Rom, Museo Nazionale Romano (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 9705 Dioniso del tipo de Madrid-Varese. Hacia 150 a.C. Mrmol. Copia romana de un original griego fechable hacia el 125-100 a.C. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9811 Massimo Stanzione 1585-1656: Sacrificio a Baco. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9909 Michel-Ange Houasse 1680-1730: Ofrenda a Baco. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9910 Michel-Ange Houasse 1680-1730: Bacanal. 10004 Mosaico del triunfo de Baco. Segunda mitad del siglo II. Zaragoza. Museo Arqueolgico Nacional. 10006 Baco. Siglo II. Aldaya, Torrente, Valencia. 10007 Mscara de Dionisio. nfora. Pintor de Antmenes. Hacia 520 a.C. Museo Arqueolgico Nacional.

Eros Album 26 images


0306 Eros from Myrna. Staatliches Antikensammlungen, Mnchen. 0405 Eros and Psyche. Kapitolinisches Museum, Rom; copy at Archaeologie Staatssamlung. 0625 Bogenschnitzender Amor. Parmigianino 1503-1540. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0726 Eros and Psyche. Theodor Friedl 1842-1900.sterreichische Galerie Belvedere, Wien. 1033 Eros und Frauen. Glockenarter des Amykos-Malers. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. 1401 Eros from Centocelle. Roman copy, possibly by Praxiteles. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1603 Amor. Statue by Laurent Honor Marqueste, 1875-1903. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 1828 Eros on the lion. Statue by Rudolph Tegner, 1873-1950. Rudolph Tegners Museum. 1902 Eros and Psyche flying, 1920-21. Statue by Rudolph Tegner, 1873-1950. Rudolph Tegners Museum. 2008 Head of Eros. Late Hellenistic period, Rhodes. 2231 Heavenly Amor defeats the earthly Amor, 1602-03. Painting by Giovanni Baglione 1573-1644. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 2232 Amor als Sieger 1601-02. Caravaggio 1571-1610. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 3314 Amor and Flora. Wall decoration at Hamburger Kunsthalle. 4401 Victor-Edmond Leharivel-Durocher 1816-1878: La jeune fille et lamour. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen.

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4623 Jacob Jordaens 1593-1678: Die Fruchtbarkeit der Erde (Amor berreicht Proserphina den Granatapfel) um 1645. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 4801 Eros and Athena. Ceiling at Frederiksborgmuseet, Copenhagen. 4936 Claudis Marioton 1844-1919: Eros making the world turn according to his pleasure, 1903. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 4317 Augustin Dumont 1801-1884: LAmour tourmentant lme, 1827. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 3411 Statuetten Lekythos in Form eines Eros. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. 7121 The punishment of Eros. Pompei, casa dellAmore punito. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7808 George Rennie 1802-1860: Cupid kindling the torch of Hymen. Marble. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 8209 Red-figured amphora (jar) with Hades, Persephone and Hermes; and below Eros and a woman. N. Apulia c. 340-330 BC. British Museum, London. 8210 Red-figured loutrophoros (funeral and marriage vase) with Eros. N. Apulia c.310-300 BC. British Museum, London. 8211 Red-figured calyx-krater (wine-bowl) with a banquet scene [detail: Eros]. Sicily c. 400-380. British Museum, London. 8214 Red-figured neck-amphora (jar) with two nymphs, one riding on a river god (man-faced bull) and Eros. British Museum, London. 8226 Corner panel from curved ceiling of the tomb of the Nasonii, near Rome; Cupid holding a goblet and staff. Roman 2nd century. British Museum, London.

Erotic Album - Veneris Figurae 21 images


7214 Priapo. Pompei, casa dei Vettii. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7223 Piatto attico a figure rosse met del V secolo a.C. circa. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7225 Gruppo marmoreo di Pan e capra. Ercolano, villa dei Papiri, grande peristilio, I secolo a.C. I secolo d.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7226 Quadretto erotico, da venereum in edificio privato. Pompei 50-79 d.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7228 Scena erotica, da venereum in edificio privato. Pompei 50-79 d.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7229 Bassorilievo marmoreo con scena erotica. Pompei (VII 7,18) caupona. Intorno alla met del I secolo d.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7231 Insegna di bottega con Mercurio che avanza, Pompei I secolo d.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7232 Lucerne di terracotta raffigurante un Satiro barbuto con fallo smisurato. Pompei I secolo d.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7235 Rilievo marmoreo con Ninfa e vecchio Satiro. Ercolano I secolo d.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7236 Pittura di letto triclinare con scene di pigmei. Pompei (VIII, 5,24) casa detta de Medico, peristilio 50-79 d.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7237 Vecchio Satiro ed Ermafrodito. Pompei (IX, 1,22), Casa di Epidio Sabino, tablino 50-75 d.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples.

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7301 Vasi fittili configurati a nani groteschi ed itifallici (c.d. moriones, schavi giullari). Ercolano I secolo d.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7302 Fallo di tufo, inserito in un tempietto in antis. Pompei I secolo d.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7304 Rilievo in travertino con fallo ed iscripzione hic habitat felicitas. Pompei, insula della casa di Pansa, Panificio, I secolo d.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7306 Satiro che abbraccia una Menade. Pompei, (V, 1,26), Casa di L. Cecilio Giocondo, tablino 1-50 d.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7308 Ermafrodito. Ercolano 1-50 d.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7309 Satiro che abbraccia una ninfa. Pompei, (VI, 1,18), Casa degli Epigrammi, peristilio 1-50 d.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7311 Anfora campana a figure nere. Collezione di Carolina Murat. Produzione capuana di V secolo a.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7314 Mosaico con Pan e la ninfa Amadriade dalla collezione del Duca Carafa di Noja (falso settecentesco). National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7316 Sarcofago con scene di culto dionisaiaco. Collezione Farnese. Et antonina. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7318 Mosaico con Satiro e Ninfa. Pompei, Casa del Fauno (VI 12,2); cubicolo. National Archaeological Museum, Naples.

Europa Album 9 images


0816 Antonio Carracci 1583-1618: Ratto dEuropa. Pinacoteca Nazionale, Bologna. 2321 Jacob Jordan 1593-1678: Die Entfhrung des Europa 1615-1616. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 3624 Europa. Mosaic. Info n/a. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 4107 Jacob Jordaens 1593-1678: Lenlvement dEurope. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4201 Andrea de Lione 1610-1685: Lenlvement dEurope. 5104 Europa. Roman mosaic. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 7128 Europa on the bull. Pompei, casa di Giasone o dellAmor fatale (IX 5,18), cubicolo (g). National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7636 Europa e il toro (porcellana). Fabrica di Frankenthal, sec. XVIII. Museo Correale di Terranova, Sorrento. 10012 Rapto de Europa. Fernn Nez, Crdoba siglo III. Museo Arqueolgico Nacional.

Ganymedes Album 16 images


0623 Correggio 1489/90-1534: Entfhrung des Ganymedes, c.1530. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0627 Ganymed, c.1580, nach Michelangelo Buonarroti. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 2735 Ganymedes and the eagle. From Ovide, LES METAMORPHOSES DOVIDE EN LATIN ET FRANOIS, DIVISES EN XV LIVRES, 1677. 3316 Zeus and Ganymedes. Wall decoration at Hamburger Kunsthalle. 3802 Christian Griepenkerl (1839-1916): Raub des Feuers. Griepenkerl-Gemlde im Treppenhaus des Augusteums. Augusteum, Oldenburg.

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4635 Rembrandt: Ganymed in der Fngen des Adlers 1635. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 6720 Zeus and Ganymedes (abduction), c. 470 BC. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 6734 Zeus and Ganymedes (abduction), c. 470 BC (detail). Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 7031 Statua di Ganimede con laquila. Replica det antonina da originale greco della seconda met del IV sec. a.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7910 Guillaume (II) Couston 1716-1777: Ganymede. Marble. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 9007 Bertel Thorvaldsen 1770-1844: Ganymede offering the cup, 1804. The Thorvaldsen Museum, Copenhagen. 9009 Bertel Thorvaldsen 1770-1844: Ganymede filling the cup. The Thorvaldsen Museum, Copenhagen. 9137 Bertel Thorvaldsen 1770-1844: Ganymede with Jupiters Eagle, 1817. The Thorvaldsen Museum, Copenhagen. 9206 Bertel Thorvaldsen 1770-1844: Hebe Gives Ganymede the Cup and Pitcher, 1833. The Thorvaldsen Museum, Copenhagen. 9702 Ganimedes, 160-170 d.C. Mrmol. Obra decorativa romana basada en una iconografa helenstica que surge a partir del siglo III a.C. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9828 Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640: Ganimedes. Museo Nacional del Prado.

Helmets Album 11 images


0311 Corinthian helmet. Italy 500-490 BC. Staatliches Antikensammlungen, Mnchen. 2336 Korintischer Helm, Tarent. 1. Hlfte 6 Jhr. v. Chr. Museum fr vor und frgeschichte, Berlin. 3416 Korintischer Helm. Griechenland 5 Jh. v. Chr. Bronze. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. 3419 Helm eines Legionrs. Rmisch Kaiserzeit. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. 5619 Casque du type Corinthien ancien. Tarente (?). Vers 650 avant J.-C. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 6617 Bronze helmet. Corinthian. Early 5C BC. Archaeological Museum, Corinth 6726 Mycenaean helmet. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 6727 Corinthian bronze helmet. Middle of 7th century BC. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 8314 Bronze helmet of Attic type. Greek 5th century BC, with a silver satyrs head. British Museum, London. 9504 Boars tusks helmet from Knossos. Herakleion Museum, Herakleion (Crete). 9522 Bronze helmet from a warrior tomb near Knossos. Herakleion Museum, Herakleion (Crete).

Hera Album 8 images


6812 Head of the colossal cult statue of Hera originally placed in the Heraeum. Limestone c. 560 BC. Archaeological Museum, Olympia 8630 Hera Borghese restaureret. Originalen af marmor findes i Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek. Romersk kopi efter aeldre forbillede. Graesk klassisk ca 420 f.Kr. (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen).

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8631 Detail of previous. 8636 Stende Hera med kappe over skuldrene. Graesk, klassisk ca 420 f.Kr. Romersk kopi Vatikanet, Sala Rotonda (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8710 Portraet af Antonia Minor. Hera Ludovisi. Romersk 1 rh. e. Kr. Rom, Museo Nazionale Romano (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8905 Portraet af Antonia Minor. Hera Ludovisi. Romersk 1 rh. e. Kr. Rom, Museo Nazionale Romano (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8906 Hera Barberini. Graesk, Romersk kopi. Vatikanet, Sala Rotonda (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8907 Hera Farnese. Kopi af Artemis fra Ariccia -typen. Graesk, klassisk, ca. 435 f. Kr. Romersk kopi. Napoli, Museo Archeologico (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen).

Heracles Album 53 images


0120 Herakles bekmpft die Harpyien, 1500. Drer 1471-1528. Neue Pinakotek, Mnchen. 0202 Kopf des Herakles. Kopie nach einer Statue des 2. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. Glyptothek, Mnchen. 0214 Herakles. Ostgiebel des Tempels von gina. Glyptothek, Mnchen. 0222 Kopf des Herakles. Kopie nach einem griechischen Vorbild, wohl von Lysipp um 370 v. Chr. Glyptothek, Mnchen. 0314 Omphale. Statue from 200 BC. Archaeologie Staatssamlung. 0324 Heracles. Roman marble copy of Greek original from 340 BC. Archaeologie Staatssamlung. 0406 Hercules Farnese. Marble copy of Greek original, 320 BC. Copy at Archaeologie Staatssamlung. 0725 Heracles and Antaeus.sterreichische Galerie Belvedere, Wien. 0832 Hercules & Omphale, 1770-80. Painting by Gaetano Gandolfi 1734-1802. Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart. 0916 Hercules and the Nemean lion, 1580]. Paul von Prauns art cabinet 1548-1616. Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nrnberg. 1020 Heracles. Work from Florence, 16C. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. 1025 Shield of Heracles, 1832-42. Work in bronze by Ludwig von Schwanthaler 1802-1848. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. 1116 Herkules and Antaeus, 1531. Painting by Hans Baldung 1484/85-1545. Hessisches Landesmuseum, Kassel. 1804 Hercules and the Hydra, 1918-19. Statue by Rudolph Tegner, 1873-1950. Rudolph Tegners Museum, Denmark. 1816 Heracles and the wild boar (fire-gilt bronze), 1918-19. Statue by Rudolph Tegner, 1873-1950. Rudolph Tegners Museum, Denmark. 1821 Heracles dancing with Omphale, 1927. Statue by Rudolph Tegner, 1873-1950. Rudolph Tegners Museum, Denmark. 2312 Hercules and Achelous 1590. Cornelis Cornelisz, called Cornelis van Haarlem 1562-1638. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 3408 Herakles, Antaios und Nereus. Terracotta. Frankreich 1730-50. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg.

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3805 Christian Griepenkerl (1839-1916): Befreiung durch Herakles. Griepenkerl-Gemlde im Treppenhaus des Augusteums. Augusteum, Oldenburg. 4120 Nol Hall 1711-1781: Hercule et Omphale 1759. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4235 Sebastiano Ricci 1659-1734: Hercule filant aux pieds dOmphale, vers 1701. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 4625 Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640: Der trunkene Herkules von einer Nymphe und einem Satyrn gefhrt. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 4812 Hercules. Frederiksborgmuseet (Det Nationalhistoriske Museum p Frederiksborg Slot), Copenhagen. 4907 Jens Adolph Jericha 1816-1883: Hercules and Hebe, 1845. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5022 Hercules. Roman statue. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5101 Hercules, 1C AD. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5108 Herakles fra Sabinerne. Latium 2 - 1 aarh. f. Kr. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 4517 Gustave Moreau 1826-1898: Diomde dvor par ses chevaux, 1865. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 5704 Gaspare Diziani 1689-1767: Hercule aux pieds dOmphale, vers 1756-1760. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 2901 Hercules. Graeco-Roman marble statuette in the Townley collection. Hyalograph drawn by F. Walens for Philip Gilbert Hamerton, Man In Art (Macmillan and Co., London & New York 1892). 5706 Gaspare Diziani 1689-1767: LEnlvement de Djanire, vers 1750-60. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 6101 Herm in the form of Heracles from Thespies, 1st C BC. Archaeological Museum, Thebes. 6110 Red-figured vase from the polyandrion of Thespiai, 424 BC. Archaeological Museum, Thebes. 6204 Small vase for perfumed oils in the shape of Herakles head from a particular production of Attic workshops at the end of the 6C BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6328 Relief. Herakles resting under a plane-tree. 2C AD. From Athens. Copy of a 3C BC original. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6913 Rdfigurigt blandkrl, krater med Herakles. Syditalien 400-talet f.kr. Medelhavsmuseet, Stockholm. 7112 Hercules finds his son Telephus in Arcadia. Ercolano, Basilica. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7721 Dish with Hercules and Antaeus, about 1540. Tin-glazed and enamelled earthenware. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 7722 Plate showing wrestling with Achelous about 1540-45. Tin-glazed and enamelled earthenware. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 7726 Pier Jacopo Alaribonacolsi called Antico Bonacolsi, about 1460-1528: The infant Hercules and the serpents. Bronze. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 7902 Lucas Faydherbe 1617-1697: Hercules. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 7904 Ludovico Carracci: 1555-1619: Hercules and the Hydra. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 7936 Hercules. Marble. Made in the 2nd century AD. British Museum, London. 8027 Young Heracles. Roman copy of a work of the 4th century BC. British Museum, London. 8032 (Colossal statue). Hercules. Pentelic marble. About AD 120-150. British Museum, London.

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0212 Kopf einer Statue des Herakles. Kranz aus Blttern der Pappel. Freie Kopie nach griechischem Vorbild (330/320 v. Chr.) 1. Jh. n. Chr. Glyptotek, Mnchen. 6737 Heracles, c. 470 BC. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 8709 Herakles Lansdowne. Fra Hadrians villa i Tivoli Skopas, Graesk, midt 4 rh f. Kr. (Romkopi) Malibu, J. P. Getty Museum (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8721 Fra statuen Herakles Farnese. Lysippos. Graesk hellenistisk sen 4. rh. f.Kr. Romersk kopi. Napoli, Museo Archeologico (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 9704 Busto de Heracles. Copia romana fragmentaria de un original de Escopas (siglo IV a.C.) conocido como Heracles Lansdowne. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9713 Cabeza de Heracles. Hacia 200 d.C. Copia romana de la cabeza de un Heracles atribuible a Lisipo o a su escuela y fechable hacia 330-310 a.C. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9723 Heracles del tipo Lansdowne. Siglo II d.C. Copia romana, con variantes, de un original de Escopas (hacia 360 a.C.). Museo Nacional del Prado. 9729 Hrcules. Siglo II d.C. Obra romana inspirada en un Heracles griego de 450 a.C. (Mirn). Museo Nacional del Prado.

Hermes Album 20 images


2207 Hermes, Pergamon Museum, Berlin. 4526 Negri Petri 1635/40- vers 1679: Mercure et Argus. Muse des beaux arts, Caen. 6221 Hermes of Aigion, northern Peloponnese. Remains of the caduceus (Kerykeion) and the purse are preserved in his left and right hand respectively. Augustan period (27 BC-AD 14). National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6304 The Hermes of Atalante, 2C AD. Funerary statue of a young man as the god Hermes. There would have been a staff in his left hand. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6321 Hermes. Relief decoration, base on which stood a lekythos. Attic workshop ca. the end of the 5C BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6722 Hermes of Praxiteles 340-330 BC. Parian marble, 213 cm height. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 6725 Hermes of Praxiteles 340-330 BC, detail. Parian marble, 213 cm height. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 2614 Hermes and Argus. Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Bruxelles 1677. 2621 Hermes and Battus. Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Bruxelles 1677. 7334 Ermete, Euridice, Orfeo da originale del V sec. a.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7335 Poseidon and Hermes. Roman sarcophagus. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7437 Ruhender Hermes aus Herkulaneum. Vielleicht ein griechisches Originalwerk aus die Schule des Lysippos. Copy at Axel Munthes Villa San Michele, Capri. 7732 Antonio Minelli, c. 1500-1525/27: Mercury. Marble. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 8404 Sculptured marble column drum 325-300 BC. Found at the south-west corner of the later temple of Artemis at Ephesos. British Museum, London. 8405 Bronze statuette of Hermes wearing a petasos (wide-brimmed hat) and a band to secure his hair, c. 150 BC. British Museum, London. 6931 Mercurius (info n/a). Konstakademin, Stockholm. 8926 Hermes sjaelefreren i Farnese slaegtens eje fra 1546, Graesk, ca. 340 f. Kr. (Rom kopi), British Museum (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen).

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9720 Herma de Hermes. Copia romana de un original ateniense fechable hacia 425 a.C. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9722 Herma de Hermes Sakkon 100-110 d.C. Copia romana de un original ateniense de comienzos del siglo IV a.C. Museo Nacional del Prado. 10013 Hermes, en el descanso de la escalera del Museo Arqueolgico Nacional.

Illustrations Album 66 images


Cartoon-like mythological motives from the Liebig sets with explanatory texts Pictures of Jupiter Pictures of Prometheus Pictures of Perseus Pictures of Heracles Pictures of Orpheus Pictures of The Iliad Pictures of The Odyssey Pictures of Tragedies Pictures of The Aeneid

Leda Album 13 images


1109 Giovanni Pedrini, called Giampietrino (1st. half 16C): Leda and her children (c. 1520-40). Hessisches Landesmuseum, Kassel. 1836 Rudolph Tegner, 1873-1950: Leda and the swan, after an ancient relief drawn in 1902. Rudolph Tegners Museum, Denmark. 1837 Rudolph Tegner, 1873-1950: Leda and the swan, 1916-17. Rudolph Tegners Museum, Denmark. 2228 Antonio Allegri, gennant Corregio, 1489-1534: Leda mit dem Schwan 1532. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 4308 Auguste Clsinger 1814-1883: Lda et le cygne, 1864. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 4511 Lon Riesener 1808-1878: Lda, 1840. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4627 Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640: Leda mit dem Schwan. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 4303 Jules Roulleau 1855-1895: Lda et le cygne, 1890. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 5635 Jean-Jacques Pradier dit James Pradier 1790-1852: Leda 1851. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 6821 Terracotta figurine of a female sitting on a swan. It represents the scene of Zeus transformed into a swan ravishing Leda. Found at the north cemetery of the ancient city of Leucas. Hellenistic period. Archaeological Museum, Leucas. 7419 Leda and the swan. House of the Gilded Cupids, Pompeii. 9414 Kai Nielsen 1882-1924: Leda with the swan, 1918. Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen. 9718 Leda. Copia romana de una obra de Timoteo (hacia 370 a.C.). Museo Nacional del Prado.

Lucretia Album 8 images

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0121 Drer 1471-1528: Der Selbstmord der Lucretia 1518. Neue Pinakotek, Mnchen. 0505 Lucas Cranach d.. 1472-1533: Lucretia. Gemldegalerie der Akademie der bildende Knste, Wien. 0607 Paolo Veronese 1528-1588: Lucrezia [1580-83]. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0810 Guido Cagnacci 1601-1681: Lucrezia. Pinacoteca Nazionale, Bologna. 0833 Luca Giordano 1634-1705: Der Tod der Lukretia. Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart. 1107 Charles-Alphonse Dufresnoy 1611-1668: Der Selbstmord der Lucretia [1650]. Hessisches Landesmuseum, Kassel. 1117 Lucas Cranach d.. Verkstatt 1472-1553: Der Selbstmord der Lucretia [1518]. Hessisches Landesmuseum, Kassel. 4532 cole italienne XVII sicle: Mort de Lucrce. Muse des beaux arts, Caen.

Medusa Album 12 images


0235 Medusa Rondanini. Phidias 440 v. Chr. Glyptotek, Mnchen. 0732 Perseus with the Gorgons head. Schnbrunn Schlo. 1101 Gorgo Medusa. 130 e. kr. Forum Romanum. Considerably restored. Rmisch-Germanischer Museum, Kln. 2636 Perseus, Pegasus and the dead Medusa. From Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, 1677. 3418 Perseus mit dem Haupt der Medusa. Etruskisch 400-350 v. Chr. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. 4934 Laurent Honor Marqueste, 1875-1903: Perseus beheads Medusa. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5109 Medusa hoved del af loftudsmykning in en grav alife i Campanien 3 aarh. f. Kr. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5625 Gargouille reprsentant Mduse. Pergame, temple de lempereur Trajan divinis. Entre 113 et 138 aprs J.-C. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 6412 The Gorgon, about 570 BC. Acropolis Museum, Athens. 7506 Medusa, in Axel Munthes Villa San Michele, Capri. 8804 Perseus, Medusa med Pegasos og Athena fra Selinunt, Graesk, arkaisk 550-540 f.Kr. Palermo, Museo Nazionale. Den Kongelige Afstbningssamling, Copenhagen. 10003 Mosaico de Medusa y las estaciones. Fines del siglo II. Palencia. Museo Arqueolgico Nacional.

Minoan Album 16 images


9506 Bulls head rhyton (libation vessel) made of chlorite from the palace of Zakros (16th C. BC). Herakleion Museum, Herakleion (Crete). 9507 Three huge bronze axes from the Minoan mansion at Nirou Chani (17th-15th C. BC). Herakleion Museum, Herakleion (Crete). 9509 Picture of the Bull Leaping wall painting from Knossos. Herakleion Museum, Herakleion (Crete). 9512 The ladies on the blue. Knossos. Herakleion Museum, Herakleion (Crete). 9514 The Dolphins, from the Queens room, Palace of Knossos. Herakleion Museum, Herakleion (Crete).

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9515 Sarcophagus from Agia Triada. Herakleion Museum, Herakleion (Crete). 9516 Sarcophagus from Agia Triada. (Opposite side.) Herakleion Museum, Herakleion (Crete). 9518 Scale model of the Palace of Knossos. Herakleion Museum, Herakleion (Crete). 9519 Bulls head in painted relief. Palace of Knossos. Herakleion Museum, Herakleion (Crete). 9523 Sacral relics from temple in the Palace of Knossos. Snake goddess (i). Herakleion Museum, Herakleion (Crete). 9525 Sacral relics from temple in the Palace of Knossos. Snake goddess (ii). Herakleion Museum, Herakleion (Crete). 9528 Bronze dagger with gold-perforated handle from Malia (Crete). Herakleion Museum, Herakleion (Crete). 9530 The Cup-Bearer fresco. Palace of Knossos. 9532 Bull Bastion on the west side of the Palace of Knossos. 9535 Bull Bastion on the west side of the Palace of Knossos. 9536 Prince of the Lilies fresco. Knossos.

MUSES Album 21 images


0203: Statue of a Muse. Roman copy after a sculptural group from 130 BC. Completed in 1812 by Bertel Thorvaldsen. Glyptothek, Mnchen. 0630 Polymnia. Muse. Bust by Pier Maria Serbaldi della Pescia, 1445-1525. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0926 Minerva and the Muses. Detail of painting by Hans Rottenhammer 1564-1626. Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nrnberg. 1011 Head of Muse. Work from 2C AD after original from 2C BC. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. 1629 Erato 3. Muse of poetry. Roman copy. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 1630 Polymnia. Muse of Mime. Roman copy. Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 1632 Thalia 2. Muse of Drama, after Greek original from 3C BC. Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 2125 Urania 2. Statue from 2C AD after a Roman copy from ca. 350 BC. Pergamon Museum, Berlin. 2325 Muse. Painting by Felice Ficherelli, 1605-1660. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 4334 Jacob Jacobsz de Wet 1640-1697: Visite de Minerve aux Muses. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 1631 Melpomene. Muse of tragedy. Roman copy. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5730 Coupe. Muse sur lHlicon avec Eros. Manire du Peintre de Heidelberg, vers 430 avant J.-C. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 8015 Sarcophagus: a seated man reads from a scroll to Thalia, the Muse of Comedy. Phrygian marble. About AD 180-200. From the gardens of Pompeii near the Ghetto, Rome. British Museum, London. 8016 Thalia. Marble before 1st century AD. Roman, Ostia. British Museum, London. 8031 Erato seated on a rock playing a lyre. Marble. British Museum, London. 8814 Siddende Muse, Thalia. Fra Villa di Cassio i Tivoli. Romersk 2 rh. e.Kr. Vatikanet Salla delle Muse (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8815 Musen Polyhymnia. Fra Villa di Cassio i Tivoli. Romersk 2 rh. e. Kr. Vatikanet, Sala delle Muse (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen).

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8816 Musen Polyhymnia. Fra Marius Palads i Rom. Graesk, 2 rh f. Kr. (Romkopi). Berlin Staatliche Museen. 8817 Musen Terpsichore. Fra Villa di Cassio i Tivoli. Romersk, 2 rh. e. Kr. Vatikanet, Sala delle Muse (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 9805 9805: Nicolas Poussin 1594-1665: El Parnaso. Apolo ofrece el nctar a un poeta coronado de laurel por Calope. Fuente Castalia personificada por la mujer desnuda. Museo Nacional del Prado. (Apollo offers nectar to a poet crowned by the muse Calliope. The naked woman personifies the spring Castalia at Delphi.) 9933 Melpmene. Annimo Siglo XVIII. Museo Nacional del Prado.

Mycenaean Album 18 images


6105 Collection of painted clay lamakes (sarchophagi) and the objects discovered with them. They come from cemeteries of chamber tombs at Mycenaean Tanagra, reveal strong Cretan influence, and are dated to about 1350-1250 BC. Archaeological Museum, Thebes. 6106 Collection of painted clay lamakes (sarchophagi) and the objects discovered with them. They come from cemeteries of chamber tombs at Mycenaean Tanagra, reveal strong Cretan influence, and are dated to about 1350-1250 BC. Archaeological Museum, Thebes. 6107 Collection of painted clay lamakes (sarchophagi) and the objects discovered with them. They come from cemeteries of chamber tombs at Mycenaean Tanagra, reveal strong Cretan influence, and are dated to about 1350-1250 BC. Archaeological Museum, Thebes. 6108 Collection of painted clay lamakes (sarchophagi) and the objects discovered with them. They come from cemeteries of chamber tombs at Mycenaean Tanagra, reveal strong Cretan influence, and are dated to about 1350-1250 BC. Archaeological Museum, Thebes. 6330 Gold death-mask, Schliemanns Agamemnon. Finds from Shaft Grave V of Grave Circle A at Mycenae, 2nd half of the 16th century BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6331 Head of Sphinx (?) in lime-plaster; rare example of Mycenaean sulpture in the round (?) with painted details. It was found in a house southeast of the Grave Circle of the Acropolis at Mycenae. 13C BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6332 Scene with chariot. Wall paintings from the Cult Centre at Mycenae, 13C BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6333a Fresco fom the new palace at Tiryns. 13C BC. Reconstructions. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6333b Fresco fom the new palace at Tiryns. 13C BC. Reconstructions. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6334 Objects from Tholos Tombs at Myrsinochori, Pylos 16-13C BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens 6336 From Shaft grave IV of Grave Circle A at Mycenae. A gold rhyton in the shape of a lion head. 2nd half of the 16C BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens 6338 From Shaft grave IV of Grave Circle A at Mycenae. A bull head rhyton of silver with gold horns and a gold rosette. National Archaeological Museum, Athens 6627 Entrance of the tomb of Atreus (Treasure of Atreus), Mycenae. 6628 Entrance of the tomb of Atreus (Treasure of Atreus), Mycenae. 6629 Entrance of the tomb of Atreus (Treasure of Atreus), seen from the inside, Mycenae. 6636 Entrance of the tomb of Atreus (Treasure of Atreus), seen from the inside, Mycenae. 6701 The Lion Gate, entrance to the Acropolis of Mycenae, 13C BC.

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6703 Landscape seen from the Lion Gate, Mycenae.

Narcissus Album 10 images


2628 Narcissus. From METAMORPHOSES DOVIDE EN LATIN ET FRANOIS, 1677. 3210 Franois Lemoyne 1688-1728: Narzi verliebt sich in sein Spiegelbild 1728. Hamburger Kunsthalle. 4210 Ernest-Eugne Hiolle 1834-1866: Narcisse, 1868. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4707 Nicolas Poussin 1594-1665: Narziss. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 5009 Paul Dubois 1829-1905: Narcissus contemplating his reflection in the spring, 1863. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 7204 Narcissus at the spring. Pompei. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7205 Narcissus at the spring. Pompei, villa di Diomede. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 8115 John Gibson 1790-1866: Narcissus 1838. Marble. Royal Academy of Arts, London. 8116 John Gibson 1790-1866: Narcissus 1838. Marble. Royal Academy of Arts, London. 8117 John Gibson 1790-1866: Narcissus 1838 (detail). Marble. Royal Academy of Arts, London.

Nymphs Album 18 images


0605 Tizian 1488/90-1576: Nymphe und Schfer. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0622 Palma Vecchio 1480-1528: Bathing nymphs, c.1525-28. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0933 Johann Spillenberger 1628-1679: Faun and Nymph. Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nrnberg. 3402 Francis von Bossuit 1635-1692: Flora, ca 1680-90. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. 3904 D. van der Lisse 1607-1669: Sleeping huntress. Mauritshuis, Den Haag. 4404 Simon Mansion 1773-1854: Nymphe chasseresse. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4429 Jean-Jacques-Franois le Barbier 1738-1826: La grotte dEgrie ou le bain des nymphes. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4913 Hermann Wilhelm Bissen 1798-1868: Nymph setting her hair, 1842. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5008 Jules-Elie Delaunay 1812-1891: The death of the Nymph Hesperia, 1859. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5011 Emile Bernard 1868-1941: Nymphs after bathing, 1908. Muse des Beaux-Arts, Lille. 5130 Bust by H. E. Freund (1788-1840) from 1825. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5636 Jean-Baptiste Camille Carot 1796-1875: Nymphe couche, 1855-1858. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 7524 Karl Wilhelm Diefenbach 1851-1913: Sea-nymphs in Grotta Minerva. Museo Diefenbach Certosa di Capri 7525 Karl Wilhelm Diefenbach 1851-1913: Sea-nymph. Museo Diefenbach Certosa di Capri 8114 John Gibson 1790-1866: Nymph untying her sandal, 1824-30. Original plaster. Royal Academy of Arts, London. 7019 Flora Farnese. Rielaborazione di et imperiale da originale de et ellenistica. National Archaeological Museum, Naples.

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7735 Antonio Corradini 1668-1752: Zephyr and Flora. Marble. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 7030 Flora Minore. Reilaborazione di et imperiale. Da originale di V sec. a.C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples.

Paris Album 13 images


0415 P. P. Rubens 1577-1640: Das Parisurteil. Gemldegalerie der Akademie der bildende Knste, Wien. 1125 Franz Floris 1519/20-1570: Das Urteil des Paris [1548]. Neue Galerie, Kassel. 2833 The Judgement of Paris. Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, Bruxelles 1677. 3415 Kopf des Paris (?). Rmischekopie nach einem griechischen original. Original: um 380 v. Chr. Kopie: um 100 n. Chr. Museum fr Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg. 4914 Hermann Wilhelm Bissen 1798-1868: Paris with the apple. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5120 C. W. Eckersberg 1783-1853: A young archer sharpens his arrows 1812. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5127 Antonio Canova 1757-1822: Paris, 1807. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5719 Stamnos. Jugement de Paris. Falerii Veteres. Peinture de Nepi 380-360 avant J.-C. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 6909 Bernard Foucquet, c. 1640-1711: Paris and Helen. Nationalmuseum, Stockholm 8212 Red-figured situla (bucklet) with Paris come to abduct Helen. Campania c. 350-340 BC. British Museum, London. 0440: R. von Deutsch, 1892: The Abduction of Helen. Woodcut. 9818 Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640: El Juicio de Paris. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9820 Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640: El Juicio de Paris. Museo Nacional del Prado.

Planets Album 8 images


8510 The Sun (Helius). Ceiling at Frederiksborgmuseet, Copenhagen. 8508 The Moon (Selene). Ceiling at Frederiksborgmuseet, Copenhagen. 8507 The Earth (Gaia). Ceiling at Frederiksborgmuseet, Copenhagen. 8505 Mercury (Hermes). Ceiling at Frederiksborgmuseet, Copenhagen. 8506 Venus (Aphrodite). Ceiling at Frederiksborgmuseet, Copenhagen. 8503 Mars (Ares). Ceiling at Frederiksborgmuseet, Copenhagen. 8504 Jupiter (Zeus). Ceiling at Frederiksborgmuseet, Copenhagen. 8502 Saturn (Cronos). Ceiling at Frederiksborgmuseet, Copenhagen.

Poseidon Album 11 images


0106 W. Crane 1845-1915: Die Rosse des Neptun, 1892. Neue Pinakotek, Mnchen 4632 Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640: Quos ego! Neptun, die Wogen beschwichtigend, um 1635. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 6137 Bronze statuette of Poseidon. Found in the sea in the Gulf of Livadostra in Boeotia, at the site of Kreusis, the port of Plataiai. About 480 BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens.

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6215 Marble statue of Poseidon. In his raised right hand he was holding the trident. Found at Melos. Last quarter of the 2C BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6325 Bronze statue of Poseidon. The god held a trident in his right hand. Found in the sea off Cape Artemision, Euboea, in 1928. About 460 BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6420 Poseidon and Apollo. Parthenon frieze [detail]. Acropolis Museum, Athens 6514 Statuette of Poseidon. Roman period [detail]. Archaeological Museum of Eleusis. 7327 Poseidone e Anfitrite sul carro nuziale. Pompei, Casa di Toscana. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7603 Poseidon and Amphitrite. Casa di Nettuno e Anfitrite, Ercolano. 8621 Poseidon fra Melos. Graesk, hellenistisk ca 150 f.Kr. Athen nationalmuseet (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen). 8911 Hoved fra statue af Poseidon. Graesk, hellenistisk sen 4 rh. f. Kr., Romersk kopi. Vatikanet, Museo Gregoriano Profano (Royal Cast Collection, Copenhagen).

Psyche Album 13 images


3611 Carl Steinhuser 1813-1879. Psyche 1846, marble. Kunsthalle, Bremen. 1710 H. W. Bissen (1798-1868): Psyche. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 1832 Rudolph Tegner, 1873-1950: Eros leaving Psyche. Rudolph Tegners Museum, Denmark. 3620 Bertel Thorvaldsen 1770-1844: Amor und Psyche, 1823. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 4118 Charles-Antoine Coypel 1694-1752: Psych abandonne par lAmour. Palais des Beauxarts, Lille. 4125 Joseph-Marie Vien 1716-1809: Psych reconnaissant lAmour endormi, 1761. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4126 Jean-Baptiste Greuze 1725-1805: Psych couronnant lAmour, vers 1785-1790. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4306 Hlne Bertaux 1825-1909: Psych sous lempire du mystre 1889. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 5811 Amour et Psyche IV sicle aprs J.-C. Ostia Antica, Muse. 4431 Franois Boucher 1703-1770: Le Mariage de Psych et de lAmour. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 9402 Lauritz Prior 1840-79: Cupid and Psyche1865. Marble. Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen. 9406 Johannes Hoffman, 1844-1920: Winged Psyche, 1892. Marble. Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen. 7832 Claude Michel called Clodion 1738-1814: Cupid and Psyche. Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

RIVER GODS Album 8 images


1034 River god. Rmisch-Germanischer Museum, Kln. 3111 Bernard Picart (1673-1733): Alpheus and Arethusa. Fabeln der Alten (1754). 5620 Personnification dun fleuve. Medma prs de Locres 425-375 avant J.-C. Terre cuite. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve.

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5806 Divinit fluviale personnifiant vraisemblablement le Tibre, 100-150 aprs J.-C. Ostia Antica, Muse. Muse Rath, Genve. 6525 Roman sarcophagus depicting the Calydonian boar hunt [detail Evenus]. Archaeological Museum of Eleusis 7002 Divinit fluviale. Collezione Farnese da Roma. Iseo nel campo Marzio. Seconda met del II sec. d. C. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7032 Statua di Divinit Fluviale. Collezione Farnese II sec. d.C. Testa antica non pertinente. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 8213 Red-figured neck-amphora (jar) with a nymph riding on a river god (man-faced bull). British Museum, London.

SATYRS & MAENADS Album 37 images


0714 Dancing Maenad 2C AD. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 1119 Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) werkstatt. Der trunkene Silen, c. 1618. Neue Galerie, Kassel. 2806 La mort dOrphe. Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, 1677. 2902 The Laughing Faun. Greek marble. Hyalograph drawn by G. de Roton (Louvre). 3615 Grard de Lairesse 1640-1711: Schlafende Bacchantin. Um 1680-85. Kunsthalle, Bremen 3631 Satyrs and Maenads. Info n/a. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 3632 Maenads. Info n/a. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 3927 Navolger Claude Michel genaamd Clodion 1738-1814: Satyr en bacchante. Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam. 4208 ena Jacques, dit James Pradier 1790-1852: Satyre et Bacchante. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4338 Barent Fabritius 1624-1673: Le Satyre chez les paysans. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4427 Nol Hall 1711-1780: Le triomphe de Silne. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 5014 Maenad, 3C AD. Corner of sarcophagus. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5029 Satyr. Romersk efter Hellenistisk forbillede. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5115 Maenadehuvud. Antefix. Orvieto 5 aarh. f. Kr. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5116 Maenadehuvud. Antefix. Orvieto 400 f. Kr. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5701 Pierre-Charles le Mettay 1726-1759: Baigneuse et faune, vers 1746. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 6111 Red-figure skyphos. Satyr holding a club of phallic form. Brygos painter c. 489 BC. Archaeological Museum, Thebes. 7127 Sleeping Maenad. Casa del Citarista, Pompei. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7412 Faun. House of the Faun, Pompeii. 7609 Satyr. Info n/a. Museo Correale di Terranova, Sorrento. 7614 Giacomo del Po 1652-1726: Satiro e Ninfa. Museo Correale di Terranova, Sorrento. 7623 Antonio Dominicci 1733-circa 1794: Baccanale. Museo Correale di Terranova, Sorrento. 7632 Aniello Ascione 1680-1708: Frutta e Satiri (1). Museo Correale di Terranova, Sorrento. 7633 Aniello Ascione 1680-1708: Frutta e Satiri (2). Museo Correale di Terranova, Sorrento. 7812 Aim Jules Dalon 1838-1902: Bacchanal. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 8108 Painted terracotta antefix. Maenad, Etruscan 400-300. British Museum, London. 8109 Antefix. Satyr. Etruscan c. 400-300. British Museum, London. 8202 Marble relief of a Maenad and two satyrs in a Dionysiac procession. Roman c. AD 100. British Museum, London.

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8316 Satyr playing double-pipes. Roman 1st-2nd century AD. British Museum, London. 9306 En satyr i vild dans med maenade. Villa Albani, Rom. The Thorvaldsen Museum, Copenhagen. 9719 Stiro en reposo. Hacia 150-175 d.C. Copia romana de una obra de Praxteles, hacia 340 a.C. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9822 Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640: Diana y sus ninfas sorprendidas por Stiros. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9916 Fauno del cabrito, siglo II d.C. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9917 Relieve con mnade bailando, 120-140 d.C. Copia romana de relieve ejecutado en Atenas a finales del siglo V a.C. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9918 Relieve con mnade bailando, 120-140 d.C. Copia romana de relieve ejecutado en Atenas a finales del siglo V a.C. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9919 Relieve con mnade bailando, 120-140 d.C. Copia romana de relieve ejecutado en Atenas a finales del siglo V a.C. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9920 Relieve con mnade bailando, 120-140 d.C. Copia romana de relieve ejecutado en Atenas a finales del siglo V a.C. Museo Nacional del Prado.

Scenes from daily life Album 13 images


6104 Grave stele of Philotera, from Halyke in Xeronomi. Boeotian work of the early 4C BC. Archaeological Museum, Thebes. 6135 Base for a funerary kouros. Pentelic marble. Found in Athens, in the Kerameikos, built into the Themistokleian wall. Two seated youths pair a dog and a cat in a fight about 510 BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens 6233 Sepulchral relief. A young black groom. Second half of the 3C BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6234 Grave stele representing a dexiosis (handshake), ca. 340 BC. From Athens. National Archaeological Museum, Athens 6421 Water-jar carriers. Parthenon frieze. Acropolis Museum, Athens. 6512 Statuette of an initiate holding a torch. Archaeological Museum of Eleusis. 6519 Initiates arriving at the sanctuary. Second half of the 4C BC. Archaeological Museum of Eleusis. 6603 Mosaic representing pastoral scene. Version of a painting by Pausias. Archaeological Museum, Corinth. 7330 LAccademia di Platone. Pompei, villa di T. Siminius Stephanus. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7331 Corego e attori. Pompei, Casa del Poeta Tragico. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7421 Altar. Temple of Vespasian. Pompeii. 8127 Red-figured kylix (drinking-cup) with a dancing girl and a youth playing the pipes. Athens, about 510 BC. British Museum, London. 8217 Red-figured bell-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water) with a boar hunt. Paestum c. 330-320 BC. British Museum, London.

Survivors of the Ancient World Album 76 images

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5027 Aischylos. Greek portrait from the 4C BC. Roman copy. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5226 Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa. General and Admiral of Emperor Augustus. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5504 Portrait of Julia Agrippina minor. Mother of Emperor Nero. Antikmuseet, Lund. 7220 Michele de Napoli, 1808-1892: Morte di Alcibiade (1839 circa). National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 5026 Portraet af Alexander den store, 2 aarh. e. Kr. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5403 Alexander the Great, the Azara bust. Probably copy of a bronze original by Lysippos. Last half of the 4C BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5702 Giulio Romano 1499-1546: Alexandre le grand, vers 1537-1538. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 7320 Battle between Alexander and Darius [detail]. Pompei, Casa del Fauno. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 8336 Marble portrait of Alexander the Great, said to be from Alexandria 2nd-1st century BC. British Museum, London. 3619 Bertel Thorvaldsen 1770-1844: Amor und Anakreon. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 4925 Jean-Lon Grme 1824-1904: Anacreon with Cupid and Bacchus. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 6006 Statue of Antinoos, a young man from Bithynia, beloved of the Roman emperor Hadrian. A remarkable work dated to 130-138 AD. Archaeological Museum, Delphi 8327 Antisthenes (c. 450-370 BC). Roman copy late 3rd or 2nd century BC. British Museum, London. 7934 Aratus. 315-240 BC. Marble. Astronomer. Roman copy of an original of about 200 BC. British Museum, London. 5514 Head of Aristotle. Philosopher 384-322 BC. Roman copy. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5617 Arsino II en Io-Isis, ne vers 316 avant J.-C. Copie romaine dun portrait grec du 3e sicle avant J.-C. Marbre. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 1534 Portrait of Augustus. Copy at Antikmuseet, Lund. 4204 Carlos Maratta 1625-1713: Lempereur Auguste ferme les portes du temple de Janus, ou La Paix dAuguste. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 8225 Augustus. Bronze head c. 27-25 BC. British Museum, London. 2832 Death of Caesar. Engraving from Les Mtamorphoses dOvide, F. Foppens, Bruxelles 1677. 5207 Emperor Caligula. Original (37-41 AD) in Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5209 Portrait of Emperor Caracalla (211-217 AD). Original in Museo Nazionale in Naples. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5512 Head of Carneades. Philosopher 2C BC. Museum of Classical Antiquities, Lund. Original: Museo Nazionale, Naples. 8328 Chrysippos (c.281/77-208/4 BC). Roman copy late 3rd or 2nd century BC. British Museum, London. 3733 Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1751-1829: Der Tod des Cicero. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 7906 Democritus. Marble. First half of the 18th century. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 5212 Demosthenes (384-322 BC). Attic orator and politician. Marble portrait from c. 280 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund.

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8335 Demosthenes 384-322 BC. Roman copy of original from 280 BC. British Museum, London. 4510 Nicolas-Andr Monsiau 1735-1837: Alexandre visitant Diogne. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 6906 L. Lameras: Bust of Wilhelm Drpfeld 1853-1940. Leucas. 3821 Isaak Walraven: 1686-1765: The death bed of Epaminondas. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. 7935 Bust of Epicurus 342/341-271/270 BC. Roman copy of an original portrait of the 3rd century BC. British Museum, London. 1620 Bust of Euripides. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 2103 Euripides. Marble from 339 BC. Altes Museum, Berlin. 5807 Lempereur Hadrian 117-138 aprs J.-C. Ostia Antica, Muse. Muse Rath, Genve. 7905 Heraclitus, fl. c. 500 BC. Marble. First half of the 18th century. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 0301 Homer (ca. 800-750 BC). Bust from 450 BC. Glyptothek, Mnchen. 1625 Homer. Roman copy of Greek portrait. 2C BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 2328 Homer. Bust by Gaetano Rossi, 1875, made after a Roman copy. Museum fr vor und Frgeschichte, Berlin. 3714 Bste des Homer Farnese 1774. Gebrder Ferrari, Leipzig. Gipsabgu. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 3716 G. Morghen nach J. H. W. Tischbein: Homer. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 3908 Rembrandt Van Rijn (1606-1669): Homer. Mauritshuis, Den Haag. 8325 Marble terminal bust of Homer. Roman copy of a lost Hellenistic original of the 2nd century BC. Baiae, Italy. British Museum, London. 5502 Livia (58 BC-AD 29), Augustus wife. Original in Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 4227 Merry-Joseph Blondel 1781-1853: Lycurgue, lgislateur de Sparte. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 0708 Markus Aurelius, Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 5106 Romersk pansarstatue restaureret som Marcus Aurelius. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5211 Menander. Comedy writer (342-291 BC). Roman copy, perhaps after the statue of Menander by the sons of Praxiteles, Kephisodotos and Timarchos, set up in the theatre at Athens, c. 300 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 2410 Nefertite c. 1353-1335. gyptysche Museum, Berlin 6537 Youthful portrait of the emperor Nero (AD 37-68). Roman, around 60 AD. From the Julian Basilica. Archaeological Museum, Corinth. 5205 Anna Albertina Elizabeth Bergstrand-Poulsen, 1887-1955: Portrait of Martin P. Nilsson. Antikmuseet, Lund. 2835 The Triumph of Ovidius. Engraving from 1677. 1528 Portrait of Pericles by Cresilas, c. 430 BC. Roman copy. Copy at Antikmuseet, Lund. 7921 Marble portrait herm of Pericles, 2nd century AD. British Museum, London. 8137 Phidias [detail]. Marble replica shield. Athena Parthenos 3rd c. AD. British Museum, London. 1626 Plato. Roman copy of Greek portrait from the 4C BC. Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 2104 Platon. Rmische Kopie einer Statue des Silanion in der Akademie in Athen. Marmor um 340 v. Chr. Altes Museum, Berlin. 4426 Jean-Honor Fragonard 1732-1806: Le songe de Plutarque. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen.

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5208 Marble head of Pompeius (106-48 BC), Roman general and politician. Museum of Classical Antiquities, Lund. 5618 Le pote comique Posidippe, 3e sicle avant J.-C. Copie romaine dun portrait grec cr peu aprs sa mort. Marbre. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 2011 Poseidonios. Mid 1C BC. Rhodes. 5707 Inconnu, 1550-60: Sabina Poppaea. Muse dArt et dHistoire, Genve. 0906 Johann Heinrich Dannecker 1758-1841: Sappfo [1797-1802]. Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart. 6408 Sappho. Perinthos, Thrace 4C BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 8113 John Gibson 1790-1866: Sappho c. 1830. Original plaster. Royal Academy of Arts, London. 6206 Heinrich Schliemann. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6207 Sofia Schliemann. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 5124 N. A. Abildgaard 1743-1809: Socrates in prison, 1784. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 8326 Sokrates (469-399 BC). Roman copy c. 380-360 BC. British Museum, London. 8332 Marble statuette of Socrates 469-399 BC. Hellenistic original of the 2nd century BC, or a Roman copy. British Museum, London. 5121 N. A. Abildgaard 1743-1809: Socrates and Aspasia, 1790? Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 4320 Merry-Joseph Blondel 1781-1853: Solon, lgislateur dAthnes. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 1210 Sophocles. Copy of Greek bronze from ca. 340 BC. Vatican Museum. Plaster copy at Antikmuseet, Lund. 1622 Roman Copy of Greek work from 4C BC. Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 1637 Virgil. Roman bust from c. 20 BC. Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 9225 Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg 1783-1853: Socrates expounding a proposition to Alcibiades, 1813-16. The Thorvaldsen Museum, Copenhagen.

Thorvaldsen Album 76 images and 9221: J. W. Gertner (1818-71): Thorvaldsen i faerd med at modellere
Ochlenschlgers buste 1842. All works by Bertel Thorvaldsen, 1770-1844. These works can be seen at The Thorvaldsen Museum, Copenhagen. Large sections of the work of the acclaimed Danish sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen found their inspiration in the worlds of Myth and Classical Antiquity. 9001 Heavenly Wisdom, 1825. 9003 Divine Power 1825. 9007 Ganymede offering the cup, 1804. 9009 Ganymede filling the cup. 9010 Cupid and Psyche reunited in heaven, c. 1807. 9012 Cupid Revives the Swooning Psyche, 1810. 9013 The Ages of Love, 1824 9016 Cupid Feeding Hygieias Snake, 1837. 9019 The Dance of the Muses on Helicon, 1816. 9023 Jason with the Golden Fleece, 1828. 9025 Brises Led away from Achilles by Agamemnons Heralds, 1803. 9026 Hebe, 1816. 9031 Homer Singing for the People, 1836-37. 9033 The Goddess of Hope, 1817.

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9034 Vulcan, 1838. 9036 Minerva Awarding Ulysses the Arms of Achilles. 9101 Mercury about to Kill Argus, 1818. 9102 Pan Teaching a Child Satyr to Play on a Reed Pipe. 9103 Cupid Received by Anacreon. 9104 Cupid and Bacchus, c. 1810. 9105 Cupid and Hymen, 1840. 9106 Nemesis Recording his Deed and the God of the River Arno. 9109 Roman Warrior, 1820-21. 9110 The Genius of Death, 1829. 9111 The Graces Listening to Cupids Song, 1836. 9113 Art and the Lightbringing Genius, A Genio Lumen, 1808. 9114 Shepherd Boy, 1817. 9115 The Ages of Man and the Seasons: Childhood-Spring.1836. 9116 The Ages of Man and the Seasons: Youth-Summer.1836. 9117 The Ages of Man and the Seasons: Manhood-Autumn. 1836. 9118 The Ages of Man and the Seasons: Old Age-Winter. 1836. 9119 The Graces with Cupids Arrow, and Cupid Playing a Lyre, 1842. 9120 The Centaur Chiron Teaching Achilles to Throw a Spear, c. 1810. 9121 Hunter on a Horse, 1834. 9122 Huntress on a Horse, 1834. 9123 The Centaur Nessus Embracing the Struggling Deianira, 1814. 9125 Adonis, 1808. 9127 Cupid Triumphant, 1814. 9128 Cupid on Earth, as the Lion Tamer, with Hercules Club, 1828. 9129 Cupid in Heaven, on Jupiters Eagle, with the Thunderbolt, 1828. 9130 Cupid in the Underworld, as the Tamer of Cerberus, with Plutos Pitchfork, 1828. 9131 Cupid at Sea, on a Dolphin, with Neptunes Trident, 1828. 9132 Cupid and Hymen Spinning the Thread of Life, 1831. 9133 Nemesis in a Chariot, Attended by the Genii of Punishment and Reward, 1834. 9134 Victory Recording Dees on a Shield, c. 1830. 9135 Victory Standing with a Shield and Palm, c. 1830. 9137 Ganymede with Jupiters Eagle, 1817. 9201 Hylas Stolen by the Water Nymphs, 1833. 9202 Mercury Brings the Infant Bacchus to Ino, 1809. 9203 Shepherdess with a Nest of Cupids, 1831. 9204 Cupid Stung by a Bee Complains to Venus. 9205 Cupid Writes the Laws of Jupiter, 1831. 9206 Hebe Gives Ganymede the Cup and Pitcher, 1833. 9207 Nemesis, 1814. 9208 The Genius of Death, 1814. 9209 Leda and the Swan, 1841. 9210 The Sea-Goddess Thetis Dipping her Son Achilles in the River Styx, 1837. 9211 Hercules, 1843. 9214 Priam Pleads with Achilles for Hectors Body, 1815. 9219 Pan and Hunting Nymph, c. 1838.

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9220 Cupid Triumphant, Examining his Arrow, 1823. 9230 Cupid Standing with his Bow, c. 1819. 9232 Apollo, 1805. 9233 Cupid Playing a Lyre, 1819. 9234 Achilles with the Dying Amazon Penthesilea, 1837. 9301 Homer. Copy of an antique bust, 1799. 9307 Venus with the Apple Awarded by Paris, 1813-16. 9309 Hercules Receiving the Draught of Immortality from Hebe, 1808. 9310 Hygieia Feeding the Snake of Asclepius, 1808. 9311 Minerva Grants a Soul to Mankind Created by Prometheus, 1807-08. 9312 Nemesis Recites the Deeds of Men to Jupiter, 1810. 9313 Mars and Cupid, c. 1810. 9314 Aurora with the Genius of Light, 1815. 9315 Night with Her Children, Sleep and Death, 1815. 9317 Cupids Arrows Forged in Vulcans Smithy. 9318 Bacchante and a Child Satyr, 1833.

Toro Farnese Album 7 images


7022 Toro Farnese. Inizio III sec. d.C. Da originale di et ellenistica. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7023 Toro Farnese. Inizio III sec. d.C. Da originale di et ellenistica. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7024 Toro Farnese, detail. 7025 Toro Farnese, detail. 7026 Toro Farnese, detail. 7027 Toro Farnese, detail. 7028 Toro Farnese, detail.

Venus & Amor Album 31 images


0513 Venus and Adonis 1595-1597. Bartholomus Spranger 1546-1611. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0521 Mars, Venus & Amor c. 1600. Pieter Isaacsz 1569-1625. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0606 Allegory with Mars, Venus, Victoria and Amor, c. 1560. Paris Bordone 1500-71. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0611 Annibale Carracci (?) 1560-1609: Venus findet Adonis, c.1595. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0613 Carracci-Schule: Venus, Amor and Satyr. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0922 Hans von Aachen 1552-1615: Venus, Amor och Bacchus. Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nrnberg. 0927 Bartholomus Spranger 1546-1611: Venus, Merkur och Amor, 1597. Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nrnberg. 1113 Jacopo Negretti gennant Palmo il Giovane. Venedig 1548-1628: Venus & Amor in der Schmiede des Vulkan, 1605-10. Hessisches Landesmuseum, Kassel.

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1121 Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640: Venus, Amor, Bacchus und Ceres. Neue Galerie, Kassel. 2220 Georg Pencz 1500-1550: Venus und Amor 1528-29. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin 2222 Piero di Cosimo 1461-1521 (?): Venus, Mars und Amor. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin 2222 [detail of previous] 2226 Tiziano Vecillio gen. Tizian. 1488/90-1576: Venus mit dem Orgelspieler 1550/52. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 2233 Simon Vouet 1590-1649, Charles Mellin 1600-1649: Die Toilette der Venus 1625-27. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 2309 Franois Boucher 1703-70: Venus und Amor 1742. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin 2318 Frans Floris de Vriendt 1519-1570: Venus und Amor in der Schmiede Vulkans 1560. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 2323 Jacques (Jacob) de Backer 1540/45-1600: Venus und Amor. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin 2324 Ferdinand Bol 1616-1680: Venus und Amor 1664? Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 3607 Carle van Loo 1705-1765: Venus und Amor um 1740-45. Kunsthalle, Bremen 3711 Niederlndischer Maler des 16. Jahrhundert: Fnf Mythologische Figuren. Niederlndischer Romanist nach Rosso Fiorentino. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 3727 Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1751-1829: Mars und Venus samt Amor mit erhobenem Pfeil. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 3729 Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1751-1829: Mars, Venus, Chronos und Amor, um 1805. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 3735 Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, 1751-1829: Venus und Amor, 1770er Jahre. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 4137 Cornelis van Poelenburgh 1595-1667: Crs, Bacchus, Vnus et lAmour. Palais des Beauxarts, Lille. 4336 Lavinia Fontana 1552-1614: Vnus et lAmour. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4706 Nicolas Poussin 1594-1665: Ruhende Venus mit Amor. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 4709 Guido Reni (Schule) 1575-1642: Ruhende Venus mit Amor. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 6917 Terrakotafigurin. Den nakna Afrodite med den bevingade Eros. Figurinen frestller en populr antik grekisk lek, efedrismos, i vilken frloraren i en bollsport fick bra vinnaren p ryggen, ofta med vinnarens hnder fr gonen. 325-275 f.Kr. Medelhavsmuseet, Stockholm. 7018 Afrodite accovacciata ed Eros. Replica del II secolo d.C. da originale del III secolo a.C. attribuito a Doidalsas. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7813 John Gibson 1790-1860: Venus and Cupid. Marble. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 8323 Bronze mirror cover: Aphrodite seated on a rock accompanied by Eros. Greek c. 325-250 BC. British Museum, London.

Views & Visions of the Ancient World Album 30 images


0113 Die Akropolis von Athen, 1846. L. v. Klenze, 1784-1864. Neue Pinakotek, Mnchen. 2201 Burgberg von Pergamon, 2 Jhr. n. Chr. Model von H. Schleif. Pergamon Museum, Berlin. 2203 Milet ca. 200 n. Chr. Model von H. Schleif. Pergamon Museum, Berlin.

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2401 Vision of the Golden Age of Greece (right). Kopie von Wilhel Ahlborn 1836. Karl Friedrich Schinkel 1781-1841. Galerie der Romantik, Charlottenburg Schlo, Berlin. 2402 [detail of previous] 2403 [detail of 2401] 3212 Giovanni Paolo Pannini1691-1765: Capriccio mit Rmischen Ruinen. Hamburger Kunsthalle. 3817 Grard Lairesse 1614-1711 and Johannes Glauber 1646- c. 1726: Italian landscape with two Roman soldiers. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. 3914 Maerten van Heemskerck 1498-1574: De Olympische goden 1556. Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam. 4017 Josse van den Abeele: Gezicht op Rome met rechts het Colosseum. Museum voor schone kunsten, Gent. 4035 Paul de Cock 1724-1801: Landscape with Roman ruins. Stedelijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten (Muse Groeninge). 4109 Ecole Franaise, Premire moiti du XVIII sicle: Un parc. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4116 Jean Raoux 1677-1734: Les vierges modernes 1728. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4117 Jean Raoux 1677-1734: Les vierges antiques 1727. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4130 Paul Baudry 1828-1886: Supplice dune Vestale 1857. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4133 Jean Lecomte du Nog 1842-1923: Invocation Neptune. Palais des Beaux-arts, Lille. 4319 Carle Vernet 1758-1836: Cavalier grec combattant un lion, 1789. Muse de Picardie, Amiens. 4432 Antoine-Franois Callet 1741-1823: Loffrande Vnus. Muse des beaux arts, Rouen. 4525 Ecole Franaise 2e moiti du XVIe sicle: Scne de mythologie dans un paysage. Muse des beaux arts, Caen. 4728 Sebastiano Ricci 1659-1734: Opfer am Silen, um 1723. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 4729 Sebastiano Ricci 1659-1734: Opfer am Vesta, um 1723. Gemldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. 5801 Ostia. Port. Maquette lchelle 1:500. Pina Naitana (sinspire de celle cre en 1937). Muse Rath, Genve. 5825 Immeuble appartements, dit Maison de Diane. Lechelle 1:50 daprs Italo Gismondi. Annes 1930. Muse Rath, Genve. 7211 Rocky landscape with a temple, a sacred door and a kingfisher. Temple of Isis, Pompeii. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7212 Landscape. Temple of Isis, Pompeii. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7919 Acropolis. Designed by M. Korres. Constructed by P. Demetriades and G. Angelopoulos. British Museum, London. 8201 The destruction of the Parthenon in 1687. After F. Fanelli. British Museum, London. 6411 The Erechtheion AD 2001, Acropolis, Athens. 6619 Remains of the temple of Apollo and the Acrocorinth in AD 2001. oooo William Henry Bartlett 1809-1854: The Parthenon at Athens (engraving).

Zeus Album 33 images


0304 Kopf des Zeus. Etrurien 170-150 v. Chr. (Terrakotta). Staatliches Antikensammlungen, Mnchen.

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0624 Jupiter and Io, ca. 1530. Painting by Correggio 1489/90-1534. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0626 Jupiter, Merkur und Virtus, b.z.w. Virgo [1529?]. Dosso Dossi 1489-1542. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0709 Work from the 3C BC. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0711 Work from the 3C BC. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0720 Zeus Ammon. Imperial times. Knsthistorische Museum, Wien. 0831 Der Zeusknabe wird der Obhut der Nymphen anvertrant. Giuseppe Maria Crespi 1665-1747. Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart. 0903 Jupiter and Juno in Mount Ida. Painting by Franz Wouters 1612-1659. Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart. 0924 Die Erziehung des Jupiter. Joachim von Sandrart 1606-1688. Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nrnberg. 1013 Roman work from the 1st. century BC. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. 1019 Zeus-Ammon, 2nd century AD. Stdtische Galerie-Liebighaus, Museum alter Plastik, Frankfurt. 1205 Hera Ludovisi, 5C BC. Museo delle Terme, Rome. Copy at Antikmuseet, Lund. 1314 Zeus from Otricoli. 3C AD. Vatican Museum. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1619 Zeus Ammon. Work from Alexandria, 2C BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 3617 Lovis Corinth 1858-1925: Die Kindheit des Zeus, 1905-06. Kunsthalle, Bremen. 3708 Niederlndischer Maler des 16. Jahrhundert: Fnf Mythologische Figuren. Landesmuseum Oldenburg, Das Schlo. 4810 Zeus. Frederiksborgmuseet (Det Nationalhistoriske Museum p Frederiksborg Slot), Copenhagen. 5001 Zeus. Ceiling at Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5013 Zeus. Roman copy of original from the 4C BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5025 Zeus. Roman statue. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 5128 Zeus. Danish sculpture 1800-1850. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 2305 The infant Zeus fed by the goat Amalthea, 1639. Painting by Nicolas Poussin 1594-1665. Gemlde Galerie Kulturforum, Berlin. 6216 Large head of Zeus, from a statue. Found at Aigeira, northern Peloponnese. Work of the sculptor Eukleides 2C BC. National Archaeological Museum, Athens. 6720 Zeus and Ganymedes, c. 470 BC. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 6735 Zeus and Ganymedes, c. 470 BC, detail. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 6721 Statue of Zeus in pentelic marble. Copy of an original probably in bronze which would have dated around 450 BC. Archaeological Museum, Olympia. 7037 The wedding of Hera and Zeus on Mount Ida. Pompei, casa del Poeta Tragico. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. 7931 Terminal bust of the god Zeus Ammon. Marble about AD 150-200. British Museum, London. 8019 Jupiter, Cerberus, eagle. Marble 2nd century AD. British Museum, London. 8022 Head from a statue of Jupiter Serapis, wearing a Kalathos (basket used in religious processions) decorated with olive branches. Marble, 2nd century AD. British Museum, London. 9728 Jpiter portador de la gida. Siglo II d.C. Imagen romana de Jpiter inspirada de una imagen de Zeus del siglo V a.C. Museo Nacional del Prado.

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9732 Jpiter Tonante. Finales del siglo I d.C. Museo Nacional del Prado. 9907 Jean-Baptiste Marie Pierre 1714-1789: Jpiter y Antope. Museo Nacional del Prado.

Museum of Classical Antiquities 102 images


2510 Acropolis Athens. Model by G. P. Stevens and CH. P. Mammelis. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1406 Aphrodite from Cnidos (detail). Statue by Praxiteles, 350 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1537 Head of Aphrodite from Cnidos. Praxiteles, 350 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1403 Apollo Sauroktonos or Lizard Slayer. Roman copy after a bronze by Praxiteles c. 350-330 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1409 Mourning Athena. Relief. Attic, about 50 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1525 Head of the Athena Lemnia by Phidias, c. 450 BC. Roman copy of original in bronze. Antikmuseet, Lund. 2514 Athena Parthenos. Statuette of Roman date. Copy from Phidias work 438 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1220 Model of the Acropolis of Athens. Scale 1:200. By G. P. Stevens, Honorary Architect of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Technician in plaster: CH. P. Mammelis, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1534 Portrait of Augustus. Copy at Antikmuseet, Lund. 1202 Demeter from Cnidos. Marble ca. 340 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1401 Eros from Centocelle. Roman copy, possibly by Praxiteles. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1205 Hera Ludovisi, 5C BC. Museo delle Terme, Rome. Copy at Antikmuseet, Lund. 1207 Hera Ludovisi, 5C BC. Museo delle Terme, Rome. Copy at Antikmuseet, Lund. 1224 Homer. Greek copy from ca. 100 AD of Greek original from ca. 200 BC. Plaster copy at Antikmuseet, Lund. 1322 Hygia. From the Temple of Athena Alea at Tegea, c. 360 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1227 Dancing Maenad. Roman relief ca. 100 AD. Villa Albani, Rome. Copy at Antikmuseet, Lund. 1228 Medusa Ludovisi or sleeping Erinye. 2C BC. Original in Museo Nazionale Rom. Copy at Antikmuseet, Lund. 1214 Dying Niobid, ca. 450 BC. Museo delle Terme, Rome. Copy at Antikmuseet, Lund. 1216 Dying Niobid, ca. 450 BC. Museo delle Terme, Rome. Copy at Antikmuseet, Lund. 1221 Escaping Niobid. Part of Greek gable group from ca. 450-440 BC. Original in Copenhagen. Copy at Antikmuseet, Lund. 1528 Portrait of Pericles by Cresilas, c. 430 BC. Roman copy. Copy at Antikmuseet, Lund. 1408 Poseidon. Poseidon of Cape Artemision (Euboea), ca. 460-450 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 2517 Scythian slave sharpening his knife before flaying Marsyas. Roman copy after a bronze of the First Pergamene School, late 3C BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1210 Sophocles. Copy of Greek bronze from ca. 340 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1321 Triptolemus, Demeter and Persephone. Relief from Eleusis, c. 440 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 1226 Virgil. Roman bust from ca. 20 BC. Plaster copy at Antikmuseet, Lund. 1208 Zeus from Otricoli. 3C AD. Vatican Museum. Copy at Antikmuseet, Lund. 1314 Zeus from Otricoli. 3C AD. Vatican Museum. Copy at Antikmuseet, Lund. 5205: Anna Albertina Elizabeth Bergstrand-Poulsen, 1887-1955: Portrait of Martin P. Nilsson. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5206 Peasant with cow. Relief from the late Hellenistic period. Antikmuseet, Lund.

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5207 Emperor Caligula (37-41 AD). Original in Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5208 Marble head of Pompey (106-48 BC), Roman general and politician. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5209 Portrait of Emperor Caracalla (211-217 AD). Original in Museo Nazionale in Naples. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5210 Lady of the Trajan age, early 2C AD. Original in Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5211 Menander. Comedy writer (342-291 BC). Roman copy. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5212 Demosthenes (384-322 BC). Attic orator and politician. Marble portrait from c. 280 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5213 Bronze portrait head from Delos c. 130 BC. Original in National Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5215 Stele of Hegeso, from Kerameikos c. 400 BC. Original National Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5216 Head of warrior from the temple of Athena Alea at Tegea. Probably by Skopas, about the middle of the 4C BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5217 Dying Niobid c. 450 BC. Original in Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5219 Athena Parthenos. Statuette of Roman date identified as copy from Pheidias work 438 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5220 King Oinomaos. From east pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia, c. 460 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5222 Head of the Blond Boy, c. 480 BC. Marble in Acropolis Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5223 Discus Thrower. Roman copy of a work by Myron. Bronze original in Vatican Museum, c. 450 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5226 Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa (63-12 BC). General and Admiral of Emperor Augustus. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5227 Birth of Aphrodite assisted from the sea by two nymphs, c. 470 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5229 Julius Caesar (100-44 BC) Roman general and statesman. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5230 Image of the building. 5301 Head of youth, from the Temple of Athena Alea at Tegea. Probably by Skopas, about the middle of the 4C BC. Marble original in National Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5302 Head of a boar, from the Temple of Athena Alea at Tegea. Probably by Skopas, about the middle of the 4C BC. Marble original in National Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5303 Hippodameia, daughter of Oinomaos, from east pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia, c. 460 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5305 Torso of Marsyas (before flaying), copy after a Pergamene original of the late 3C BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5306 Sophocles. Probably a copy after an original in bronze, 340 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5308 Reliefs on the Column of Trajan in Rome, 101-106 AD. The Emperor supervises the building of the bridge and fortification. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5310 King Ashurnasirpal hunting a lion. Relief from Ninrud c. 865 BC. Original alabaster in British Museum, London. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5312 Stele of a mother, child and servant, c. 490 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5315 Etruscan banqueting scene from Acqua Rossa c. 510 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund.

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5316 Persian archer. Part of frieze of glazed brick from the palace of the Persian king Darius I from Susa, c. 490 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5317 Moschophoros (calf-bearer) dedicated by Rhombos on the Acropolis, Athens, c. 570 BC. Marble original in Acropolis Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5318 Kouros, from Mount Ptoon, Boeotia, c. 500 BC. Marble original in National Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5319 Kritios Boy, from Acropolis, c. 480 BC. Marble original in Acropolis Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5320 The tyrannicides Harmodios and Aristogeiton. Roman copy of a work by Kritios and Nesiotes. Original in bronze, 477-476 BC. National Museum, Naples. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5321 The Rampin Head from Acropolis, c. 560 BC. Marble original in Louvre, Paris. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5322 A resting Satyr. Roman copy probably of Praxiteles c. 340 BC. Marble original in Louvre, Paris. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5323 Demeter from Knidos c.350 BC. Marble original in British Museum, London. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5324 Kouros from Mount Ptoon, Boeotia, c. 550 BC. Marble original in National Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5325 Kouros from Boeotia, c. 530 BC. Marble original in National Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5326 Unfinished kouros from Naxos, c. 550 BC. Marble original in National Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5327 Kore from Acropolis, c. 525 BC. Marble original in Acropolis Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5517: Attic gravestone. Head of a young discus-thrower c. 560 BC. Original in National Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5328 Head of Hera or Sphinx, probably from the Heraion at Olympia, c. 600 BC. Original limestone in Heraion at Olympia. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5329 Interior of the museum. 5401 Portrait of old woman from the sepulchral monument of the Licinii, c. 35 BC. Original marble in Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5402 Eros from Centocelle. Roman copy, possibly after Praxiteles. Vatican Museum. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5403 Alexander the Great, the Azara bust. Probably copy of a bronze original by Lysippos. Last half of the 4C BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5404 Greek (Peloponnese) Poseidon of Cape Artemision (Euboea), 470-460 BC bronze. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5405 Hermes and the infant Dionysos by Praxiteles, c. 340 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5407 Doryphoros (spear bearer). Roman copy of a work by Plykleitos. Original in bronze c. 450 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5408 Naked seated girl playing a flute, c. 470 BC. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5409 Kore from Acropolis c. 510 BC. Marble original in Acropolis Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5410 Kore from Acropolis c. 515 BC. Marble original in Acropolis Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund.

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5411 Kore from Acropolis c. 540 BC. Marble original in Acropolis Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5412 Kore with pomegranate c. 560 BC. Marble original in Acropolis Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5413 Kore from Acropolis by Antenor c. 520 BC. Marble original in Acropolis Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5414 Female statue dedicated by Nikandre to Artemis, at Delos, c. 650 BC. Original marble at National Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5415 Kouros from Sounion, Attic 600 BC. Marble original in Acropolis Museum, Athens. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5416 Charioteer from Delphi. Part of a chariot group made about 470 BC. Original in Museum at Delphi. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5417 Aphrodite of Melos, c. 100 BC. Marble original in Louvre, Paris. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5420 Artemis from Versailles. Roman copy of an original from the 4C BC. Original marble in Louvre, Paris. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5421 Belvedere Torso by Apollonios from Athens, c. 150 BC. Roman copy. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5424 Roman woman republic. Original marble in Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5425 Roman woman. Late Republic. Original marble in Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5426 Portrait bust of a Roman. Part of sepulchral monument from Augustean age. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5427 Portrait bust of a Roman, c. 40 BC. Original marble in Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5428 Portrait of Titius Fabius Vespasianus (Emperor vespasian 69-79 AD). Original marble in Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5429 Portrait of a Roman woman, possibly Agrippina minor (15-59 AD). From the sepulchral monument of the Licinii. Original marble in Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5430 Roman woman. From the middle of the 3C AD. Original marble in Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5431 Roman woman from the sepulchral monument of the Licinii. Late 2C AD. Original marble in Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5432 Portrait bust of a Roman. Late Republic or early Empire. Original marble in Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5433 Portrait bust of a Roman. Late Republic or Early Empire. Original marble in Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5434 Portrait bust of a Roman. Part of sepulchral monument from Augustean age. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5435 Portrait bust of a Roman. Late Republic. Original marble in Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5507: Lucius Verus. Roman emperor 161-169 AD. Original in Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Antikmuseet, Lund. 5508: Portrait of Roman girl 3C AD. Original marble in Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Antikmuseet, Lund.

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5437 Portrait of Emperor Commodus (Lucius Aelius Aureelius Commodus, 180-192 AD), as a child. Original marble in Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. Antikmuseet, Lund.

Canvas Album 36 images


Collection of mythical characters painted by Carlos Parada 0040 Achilles. 0041 Amazon 0042 Apollo 0043 Ariadne 0044 Athena 0045 Chrysaor 0046 Cyclops 0047 Dionysus 0048 The Golden Fleece 0049 Hades 0050 Heracles 0051 Hermes 0052 Jason 0053 Medea 0054 Memory 0055 Midas 0056 Minotaur 0057 Mnemosyne 0058 Odysseus 0059 Orpheus 0060 Pandora 0061 Pegasus 0062 Poseidon 0063 Proteus 0064 Satyr 0065 Siren 0066 Themis 0067 Zeus 0068 Orpheus and the Muses. Cover of the magazine of the Malm Symphony Orchestra (1989). 0069 Musica. Cover of the magazine of the Malm Symphony Orchestra (1990). 0070 Aurora. Cover of the magazine of the Malm Symphony Orchestra (1991). 0071 Sacrifice of Iphigenia 0072 Orestes and Clytaemnestra 0073 Birth of Athena 0074 Perseus and Medusa 0075 Prometheus and the eagle

Miniatures Album 53 images in groups of 6


Collection of mythical characters painted by Carlos Parada

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0140 to 0145: Achilles, Amazon, Antigone, Aphrodite, Apollo, Ares. 0146 to 0151: Argo, Ariadne, Artemis, Athena, Atlas, Chaos. 0152 to 0157: Chrysaor, Cronos, Cyclops, Demeter, Dionysus, Erinye. 0158 to 0163: Golden Fleece, Graeae, Hades, Hera, Heracles, Hermes. 0164 to 0169: Hydra, Icarus, Jason, Labyrinth, Medea, Medusa. 0170 to 0175: Midas, Minotaur, Mnemosyne, Moerae, Nyx, Odysseus. 0176 to 0181: Omphale, Oracle, Orpheus, Pandora, Pegasus, Persephone. 0182 to 0187: Phoenix, Poseidon, Prometheus, Proteus, Siren, Sphinx. 0188 to 0192: Talos, Themis, Troy, Zeus, Asclepius.

Paper Album 13 images


Collection of mythical characters painted by Carlos Parada 0240 Apollo 0241 Image of Apollo 0242 Ares riding 0243 Battle scene I 0244 Battle scene II 0245 Battle scene III 0246 Battle scene IV 0247 The Dragons Seeds 0248 Growing Sparti 0249 Sons of the Soil 0250 Children of Leto 0251 Eos 0252 Oedipus and the Sphinx

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3. Maps & Charts


Abolengo Album 105 Genealogical Charts
Achilles Actaeon Adonis Adrastus 1 Aeacus Aeetes Aegeus 1 Aegisthus Aeneas Aeolus 1 Agamemnon Ajax 1 Ajax 2 Alcestis Alcmena Amphiaraus Amphion 1 Amphitryon Anchises 1 Andromache Andromeda Antenor 1 Antigone 2 Aphrodite Apollo Ares Athamas 1 Atreus Bellerophon Cadmus Cassandra Catreus Chaos Chiron Cinyras 1 Circe Clytaemnestra Creon 2 Croesus Cronos Cyrene Daedalus Danae Daphne 1 Demeter Deucalion 1 Dido Diomedes 2 Dionysus 2 Electra 2 Endymion Eos Europa Eurystheus Gaia Ganymedes Hades Hebe Hecabe 1 Hecate Hector 1 Helen Helenus 1 Helius Hephaestus Hera Heracles 1 Hermes Hesione 2 Hyacinthus 1 Ion 1 Iphigenia Ixion Jason Leda Lucretia 2 Medea Medusa 1 Meleager Menelaus Minos 2 Minyas Mnemosyne Neleus Neoptolemus Nestor Odysseus Oedipus Orestes 2 Paris Patroclus 1 Peleus Pelias 1 Pelops 1 Penelope Perseus 1 Phaedra Phoroneus Pirithous Priam 1 Procris 2 Sisyphus Theseus Tydeus 2 Tyndareus

Vista Album Context Charts


Theogony Descendants of Atlas Descendants of Deucalion 1 Descendants of Io Three Main Ancestors Heras Wrath Medea from Colchis to Colchis Achaean Leaders: Genealogy Heraclides Mythical Chronology

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Historical Context of the Myths Contemporaries The Children of the Myths

Maps Album
Map of Greece & Western Asia Minor Achaeans & Trojans The Returns of the Achaean Leaders Map of the Underworld Map of Atlantis

Kings Album Throne Succession Tables, 15 kingdoms, 266 Kings


Arcadia Argos & Mycenae Athens Corinth Crete Elis Messenia Mynian Orchomenus Sparta Thebes Troezen Troy, Alba Longa & Rome.

19th Century Album of Mythological Illustrations 380 images


Mythological motives from: Alexander S. Murray, Manual of Mythology (1898) Sir William Smith, A Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography, Mythology, and Geography (1898) Thomas Bulfinch, The Age of Fable or Beauties of Mythology (1898) Gustav Schwab, Die schnsten Sagen des klassischen Altertums (1912) Julius Centerwall, Grekernas och romarnas mytologi (1897) Hugo Bergstedt, Huvuddragen av grekernas och romarnes mytologi (1909) Hedda Anderson, Frn Nordens, Greklands och Roms Sagotid (1905) A. H. Petiscus, Olympen eller grekernes och romarnes mytologi (1872) Otto Seemann, Grekernas och romarnes mytologi (1881)

Roscher Album of Mythological Illustrations 1286 images


This collection of mythological motives and characters adorns the pages of the Ausfrliches Lexikon der griechisches und rmisches Mythologie, a detailed encyclopaedia on the Greek and Roman myths that Wilhelm Heinrich Roscher (Gttingen, 1845- Dresden, 1923) started publishing in 1884.

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Greek Mythology Link www.maicar.com 2007 Carlos Parada, and Maicar Frlag

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