RFC2T470–Greek mythology, Daedalus equipping his son Icarus with wings, historical illlustration, about 1886
RMC76720–Oedipus. Hero of Greek mythology. Oedipus and Antigone. Engraving by M. Weber. Colored.
RF2A3688M–In Greek mythology, Chiron, who was considered the oldest and wisest of the Centaurs, creatures who were half-man and half-horse. He was said to have tutored young Jason, seen here with Chiron. Chiron was the son of Cronos. Jason was an ancient Greek mythological hero and leader of the Argonauts, whose quest for the Golden Fleece featured in Greek literature. This illustration of Chiron with Jason is based on a painting uncovered in Pompeii.
RMBA7T3P–Icarus and Daedalus, characters from the Greek mythology, woodcut, circa 15th century, ,
RMRE8TEK–Bacchus and Ariadne by Titian, Theseus, whose ship is shown in the distance, has just left Ariadne on Naxos, when Bacchus arrives, jumping from his chariot, drawn by two cheetahs falling immediately in love with Ariadne. Bacchus raised her to heaven. The constellation Corona Borealis, Bacchus's crowning gift to her, is shown in the sky above her head. EDITORIAL USE ONLY
RMG10K36–Greek Mythology, Assembly of the Gods on Mount Olympus, Greece.
RM2DDHGDD–The Death Of Hippolytus, 1780-1820 French School, Greek Mythology, Classical Greek, Animal, Horse
RMC4EEB1–Classical portrait of Ganymede. In Greek mythology, Ganymede, or Ganymedes, is a divine hero whose homeland was Troy.
RMPD90FC–Greek mythology, old Greek vase relief
RMG3BKNE–CENTAURS : these legendary creatures of Greek mythology combine the attributes of horse and man. Whether they eat human food or subsist on oats is not recorded. Date: BCE
RM2H62N4F–painting depicting a scene from the greek mythology perseus story showing the death of medusa by edward burne-jones
RMAHPHTF–Pandora atop the opened box of evils from ancient Greek mythology. Hand-colored woodcut
RMEA4JYH–Hercules and Alcestis by Charles Antoine Coypel 1694–1752 France French Heracles rescued Alcestis from Hades ) Greek Mythology
RMHRP5D7–Fall of Icarus, Greek Mythology
RMFD5C1T–Korazim National Park. In greek mythology, Medusa was one of the tree Gorgons.
RMEWXD8J–Souvenir from Rethymno, Greek mythology owl Crete, Greek Island, Greece souvenirs
RMMC884T–Greek mythology. 'The garden of Hesperides' engraving of 1895 by Virtue after the painting by Sir Frederick Leighton.
RFTXEPBT–Multi headed dog Cerberus drawing. Hound of Hades. Greek mythology illustration.
RMRJHKMG–Death of Milo of Croton, ancient c6th Crotonian or Greek Wrestler and Olympic Competitor. c18th Engraving by Zaffonato of Painting by Giovanni Antonio Pordenone. Milo was supposedly killed by wolves in the forest, although the animals shown in this engraving are more lion-like.
RFHBAM44–Greek mythology, king Perseus and his sons in the triumphal procession of Aemilius Paullus, hictorical illustration from 1880
RMCW36H7–Greek Euro Coin showing scene from greek mythology Europa carried away by a bull
RFKYCJH3–The figure pictured here, according to Greek mythology, is Zephyrus was the god of the west wind. Zephyrus was the gentlest of the winds and considered a harbinger of springtime. He was pictured with flowers that indicated a mild light breeze. The Greeks honored eight wind gods. The others are: Lips, or Livos, the god of the southwest wind. Usually he was shown holding a ship's sternpost because when the wind blew form the southwest into Athens' port harbor of Piraeus, ships could not sail. Eurus, or Euros, was the god of the east wind. The folds of his clothes suggested heavy clouds. Apeliote
RMG5HBFX–religion, ancient world, Greek mythology, 'The Council of the Gods', painting by Peter Paul Rubens (1577 - 1640), 1602, detail, Prague Castle Art Collections, Prague, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMRE8TFA–Cimon and Pero by Peter Paul Rubens, daughter breastfeeding her father in prison
RMTWM47N–In Greek mythology, Aegeus was an archaic figure in the founding myth of Athens, who gave his name to the Aegean Sea and fathered Theseus, the mythical king and founder-hero of Athens. Theseus was raised on the island of Sphairia. When Theseus grew up and became a brave young man, his mother then told him his father's identity and he took the swords back to king Aegeus to claim his birthright.
RF2BNJB9R–Ancient greek mythology. The gods and goddesses of olympus. Cartoon funny characters
RMT4AR65–Icarus. In the Greek legend Daedalus, Icarus’s father, has built wings made of feathers and wax so they can escape from the island of Crete where they are imprisoned. Daedalus warns his son not too fly too close to the sun. Intoxicated by the experience of flight Icarus ignors his father and flies higher and higher. The sun melts the wax in his wings and he crashes into the sea and drowns. After an 18th century engraving by Hubert Quellinus which was copied from a relief in Amsterdam's Bankrupcy Chamber. The relief signalled investors to be prudent, to not fly too close to the sun.
RMPD902H–Greek mythology, old Greek vase relief
RM2HCMX2R–The Contest between Apollo and Pan by the Flemish artist, Hendrick de Clerck (c. 1560-1630), oil on copper, c. 1600-1615
RFCF0E8X–18th century bas-relief of the Chronos (God in Greek mythology, personification of Time) on the historic tenement house terrace.
RMDBPKWH–Perseus cutting off Medusa's snake-haired head, in Greek mythology. Hand-colored woodcut
RME9HMT7–The abduction of Helen by Liberal da Verona 1445 - 1528 Italy Italian ( Greek mythology Helen of Troy - Sparta ) prince Paris
RMG16ATK–Poseidon is one of the twelve Olympian deities of the pantheon in Greek mythology. His main domain is the ocean, and he is called the God of the Sea. Additionally, he is referred to as Earth-Shaker due to his role in causing earthquakes, and has been call
RMRJRM2R–Replica head of Medusa, who was in Greek Mythology, described as a winged human female with living venomous snakes in place of hair. Gazers upon her face would turn to stone. Most sources describe her as the daughter of Phorcys and Ceto
RFRHM2X1–Greek Mythology Atlas Illustration
RMMC6P1P–Greek mythology. Echo haunting Narcissus, out of love. Illustration by Helen Stratton, 1915, for 'A book of myths'
RFT59PCA–Multi headed dog Cerberus illustration. Hound of Hades. Greek mythology.
RFB1R8XB–Aeolus the ruler of the winds in Greek Mythology
RF2DKARKF–Artemis, in Greek mythology is the goddess of hunting, the forest, childbirth and the moon, as well as the guardian of women and children / Artemis, in der griechischen Mythologie die Göttin der Jagd, des Waldes, der Geburt und des Mondes sowie die Hüterin der Frauen und Kinder, Historisch, historical, digital improved reproduction of an original from the 19th century / digitale Reproduktion einer Originalvorlage aus dem 19. Jahrhundert
RMCTFHC5–Damon and Pythias, Trust, loyalty and true friendship, circa 1871
RFKYCJ72–The figure pictured here, according to Greek mythology, is Eurus, or Euros, the god of the east wind. The folds of his clothes suggested heavy clouds. The others are: Lips, or Livos, the god of the southwest wind. Usually he was shown holding a ship's sternpost because when the wind blew form the southwest into Athens' port harbor of Piraeus, ships could not sail. Zephyrus was the god of the west wind. Zephyrus was the gentlest of the winds and considered a harbinger of springtime. He was pictured with flowers that indicated a mild light breeze. The Greeks honored eight wind gods. Apeliotes wa
RMA7WDYG–religion, ancient world, Greek mythology, 'Fall of Phaeton', etching by Antonio Fantuzzi, circa 1545, private collection, Washington DC, ,
RMG3ARG3–Front cover of 'Pan' magazine, featuring a woman with just a green fur wrap around her body, stockings and a pair of high heels, telling off a rather upset 'Pan', a greek mythology God, who has been shackled on to a parrot perch! Date: 1920
RMG10K3E–Greek Mythology around 1250 BC. The Flight of Jason with Medea and the Golden Fleece, Greece.
RMT3GF1R–Ifigeneia Iphigenia Year : 1977 Greece Director : Michel Cacoyannis Tatiana Papamoschou
RF2AHJWJ4–Guimar, Canary Islands, Spain - April 06, 2018: Sculpture with Titan Atlas carry the world on his shoulders, historic figure from Greek mythology
RMCCDJJF–Artemis Greek Goddess Of The Hunt, Wild Animals, Wilderness, Childbirth And Virginity
RMKXEB3G–Ganymede or Ganymedes, Greek mythology
RM2B00WK2–Egypt: 'Pelt Merchant of Cairo'. Oil on canvas painting by Jean-Leon Gerome (1824-1904), 1869. Jean-Léon Gérôme (11 May 1824 – 10 January 1904) was a French painter and sculptor in the style now known as Academicism. The range of his oeuvre included historical painting, Greek mythology, Orientalism, portraits and other subjects, bringing the Academic painting tradition to an artistic climax.
RMDBWY7Y–Narcissus admiring his own reflection. Hand-colored halftone reproduction of an illustration
RMFDGKTF–Eros Cupido - Eros Cupid (1873) LECOMTE DU Nouy Jules Jean Antoine 1842 - 1923 France French ( Greek mythology Eros Greek god of love. His Roman counterpart was Cupid )
RMG15GM1–The Three Fates (Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos) by the Italian artist Giorgio Ghisi (1520-82). In Greek mythology, the Fates (called the Moirae) were the incarnations of destiny. They spent their time spinning, measuring and cutting the thread of life.
RFDNN2NT–Illustration of Roman god of sea Neptune or Poseidon of Greek mythology holding a trident set inside shield crest on isolated white background.
RM2AWXXGH–Heracles, hero of Greek mythology. He was the son of Zeus and Alcmena. He received the name of Alceo or Alcides at birth, in honor of his grandfather
RMMBD4DW–Greek Mythology. Ceramic model of Pan, with pipes and gold-tiped hooves and horns. Modern, used in Wicca group.
RFPDB89J–Ancient Greek Mythology Gods and Goddesses Characters Icon Set
RFEFH1W2–Bust of greek mythology sun god Helios. Broken marble statue of male figure at the ancient agora of Athens, Greece.
RMEE1R5K–Greek Art. Gold plate depicting a winged griffin. 6th century B.C. Archeological Museum. Delphi. Greece.
RMFD5GA5–Eros, the Greek God of Love (or Roman Cupid) and Psyche a mortal Woman in Greek Mythology who became Eros' Wife. Roman Floor Mosaic (c3rd AD) from Samandag, Hatay, Turkey. The Mosaic is on Display in the Hatay Archaeology Museum in Antakya
RF2A8N9W1–This image dates to 1897 and is a copy of a statue of Laocoon and his sons. According to Greek mythology, Laocoon warned the Trojans about bringing the wooden horse fashioned by the Greeks into Troy. To quiet his protests, a god who favored the Greeks (some say Athena, others Poseidon, others Zeus) sent to sea serpents to kill him - and with him, his sons.
RMB8EPBB–Scopas Skopas Ancient Greek Greek mythology Heracles Herakles of Lansdowne 1 2 4 c BC Son of Zeus
RFGMDHEK–Marble head of River Nile god ancient roman statue, in Capitol Square, Rome
RMF1KYFM–According to Greek mythology, the world was once run by a group of deities known as the Titans. Their leader, Cronus, had eaten most of his offspring in a bid to prevent their prophesied rebellion. However, his youngest son, Zeus, escaped this fate. After freeing his siblings from their father’s stomach, they moved to Mount Olympus from which they waged war on the Titans.
RMT3GF2J–Ifigeneia Iphigenia Year : 1977 Greece Director : Michel Cacoyannis Tatiana Papamoschou
RMBY13HJ–The Temple of Poseidon (ancient God of the sea, according to classical Greek Mythology) at Cape Sounion, around sunset.
RMATBR8C–Eagle symbol of Zeus in the Sanctuary of Artemidoros in ancient Thera, Santorini, Greece.
RMKXEB42–Nilus or Neilos, the god of the Nile river, Greek mythology
RMFF7R60–MYTHOLOGY: PERSEUS. /nPerseus carries away the head of the slain Gorgon, Medusa. Line engraving, French, 18th century.
RM2C39TK2–Medusa face sculpture. Head portrait of MedusaIn Greek mythology Medusa was a monster, a Gorgon, a winged human female with a hi
RMEEKJ0K–Statue of Wounded Amazon ( Amazons female warriors in Greek mythology ) Sculpture Roman From an original by Phidias. Head: replica of that of the Amazon by Polykleitos Marble cm 197 Roman Rome Capitoline Museum Italy Italian
RMHMRF8Y–Painting of Neptune, Greek God of the Sea. Black and white photography
RMA8FFT2–Roman Jupiter or Zeus in Greek mythology classical god of the sky and of laws. Hand-colored woodcut
RMRE8TEY–Eteocles and Polynices, Greek mythology
RMMC85K3–Greek mythology. 'Triumph of Galatea' - engraving by Blanchard Senior, after the painting by Domenichino. From the 1875 edition of 'Art Journal'
RFPDB89D–Ancient Greek Mythology Monsters and Creatures Characters Icon Set
RMS1645P–Ruins of Apollo's sanctuary (Cyprus).
RMDWMN14–Leda. Daughter of the Aetolian, mother of Helen of Troy, Clytemnestra and Castor and Polux. Colored engraving.
RFER7W67–Illustration of a Chimera, mythical creature of Greek mythology depicted as a lion, with the head of a goat arising from its back, and a tail that ended in a snake's head viewed from side done in cartoon style on isolated background.
RFD1W5KD–According to Greek mythology, Athena, the goddess of wisdom and war, oversaw the building of the vessel named Argo.
RMHRJFB9–Daedalus and Icarus, Greek Mythology
RMBB4PJW–In Greek mythology, Hestia was the goddess of the hearth and one of the 12 Olympian deities.
RMERGAT0–Bellerophon riding Pegasus. Retelling of Greek Myths by Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804 – 1864). Illustrations by Walter Crane 1845
RMT3GF1P–Ifigeneia Iphigenia Year : 1977 Greece Director : Michel Cacoyannis Christos Tsagas, Irene Papas, Panos Mihalopoulos
RMAGE0T0–Sand sculpture of Charon, the ferryman of the dead in ancient Greek mythology.
RFEG4EHK–YEMEN ARAB REPUBLIC - CIRCA 1968: A stamp printed in Yemen Arab Republic shows greek mythology scenes, Commemorating the 1968 Me
RFEH10XT–An hand drawn vector illustration. In Greek mythology, TALOS was a giant man of bronze who protected Europa in Crete from pirate
RMHHG926–King Midas is remembered in Greek mythology for his ability to turn everything he touched into gold.
RMKHJW9Y–Le fil d'Ariane - The Ariadne's thread 1889 Henri Cros 1840-1907 French, France. ( Ariadne in Greek mythology was the daughter of Minos, King of Crete son of Zeus, and Minos' queen Pasiphaë, a daughter of Helios. )
RFHAD0AT–Amor and Bacchantin, Greek mythology, illustration published in 1880
RMCPY8HH–Pegasus, Greek legendary figure, winged horse, based on copper engraving, middle of the 18th century, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMABHJJ3–Jason leaving Corinth on his ship Argo in Greek mythology quest for the Golden Fleece. Hand-colored woodcut
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