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The Eros Farnese, a Pompeiian marble thought to be a copy of the colossal Eros of Thespiae by Praxiteles
The Eros Farnese, a Pompeiian marble thought to be a copy of the colossal Eros of Thespiae by Praxiteles
Etruscan or Greek mirror with an engraved depiction of Eros with lyre
Etruscan or Greek mirror with an engraved depiction of Eros with lyre
Psyche et L'Amour (1889) by William Bouguereau.
Psyche et L'Amour (1889) by William Bouguereau.
Statuette of Eros with his mother Aphrodite, 2nd-1st cent. BC, Eretria.
Statuette of Eros with his mother Aphrodite, 2nd-1st cent. BC, Eretria.
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Achilles and Penthesileia by Exekias, c. 540 BC, British Museum, London
Achilles and Penthesileia by Exekias, c. 540 BC, British Museum, London
Prometheus (1868 by Gustave Moreau). The myth of Prometheus first was attested by Hesiod and then constituted the basis for a tragic trilogy of plays,
Prometheus (1868 by Gustave Moreau). The myth of Prometheus first was attested by Hesiod and then constituted the basis for a tragic trilogy of plays, possibly by Aeschylus, consisting of Prometheus Bound, Prometheus Unbound, and Prometheus Pyrphoros.
The Roman poet Virgil, here depicted in the fifth-century manuscript, the Vergilius Romanus, preserved details of Greek mythology in many of his writi
The Roman poet Virgil, here depicted in the fifth-century manuscript, the Vergilius Romanus, preserved details of Greek mythology in many of his writings.
Phaedra with an attendant, probably her nurse, a fresco from Pompeii, c. 60 – c. 20 BC
Phaedra with an attendant, probably her nurse, a fresco from Pompeii, c. 60 – c. 20 BC