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Gods and men rejoiced at the bringing back of Proserpine.

Helen Stratton, from A book of myths, by Jeanie Lang, New York, 1915.

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Gods and men rejoiced at the bringing back of Proserpine.

Helen Stratton, from A book of myths, by Jeanie Lang, New York, 1915.

(Source: archive.org)

Thursday, April 17, 2014
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A stroke shivered the sword.

Helen Stratton, from A book of myths, by Jeanie Lang, New York, 1915.

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A stroke shivered the sword.

Helen Stratton, from A book of myths, by Jeanie Lang, New York, 1915.

(Source: archive.org)

Thursday, April 17, 2014
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Swiftly he turned, and found his wife behind him.

Helen Stratton, from A book of myths, by Jeanie Lang, New York, 1915.

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Swiftly he turned, and found his wife behind him.

Helen Stratton, from A book of myths, by Jeanie Lang, New York, 1915.

(Source: archive.org)

Thursday, April 17, 2014
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Pandora opened the lid.

Helen Stratton, from A book of myths, by Jeanie Lang, New York, 1915.

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Pandora opened the lid.

Helen Stratton, from A book of myths, by Jeanie Lang, New York, 1915.

(Source: archive.org)

Thursday, April 17, 2014
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What was he doing, the great god Pan, down in the reeds by the river?

Helen Stratton, from A book of myths, by Jeanie Lang, New York, 1915.

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What was he doing, the great god Pan, down in the reeds by the river?

Helen Stratton, from A book of myths, by Jeanie Lang, New York, 1915.

(Source: archive.org)

Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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The triumph of Priapus.

From Veneres uti observantur in gemmis antiquis (Figures of Venus as seen in antique gemstones - I think) vol. 2, by Pierre d’Hancarville, Naples (?), 1771.

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The triumph of Priapus.

From Veneres uti observantur in gemmis antiquis (Figures of Venus as seen in antique gemstones - I think) vol. 2, by Pierre d’Hancarville, Naples (?), 1771.

(Source: archive.org)

Tuesday, March 11, 2014
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Bacchus and Ariadne about to sacrifice to Priapus.

From Veneres uti observantur in gemmis antiquis (Figures of Venus as seen in antique gemstones - I think) vol. 2, by Pierre d’Hancarville, Naples (?), 1771.

(Source: archive.org)

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Bacchus and Ariadne about to sacrifice to Priapus.

From Veneres uti observantur in gemmis antiquis (Figures of Venus as seen in antique gemstones - I think) vol. 2, by Pierre d’Hancarville, Naples (?), 1771.

(Source: archive.org)

Tuesday, March 11, 2014
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The Horae, daughters of Themis and Jupiter.

From Veneres uti observantur in gemmis antiquis (Figures of Venus as seen in antique gemstones - I think) vol. 2, by Pierre d’Hancarville, Naples (?), 1771.

(Source: archive.org)

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The Horae, daughters of Themis and Jupiter.

From Veneres uti observantur in gemmis antiquis (Figures of Venus as seen in antique gemstones - I think) vol. 2, by Pierre d’Hancarville, Naples (?), 1771.

(Source: archive.org)

Tuesday, March 11, 2014