RMRMHBBX–The Death of Procris, A Satyr mourning over a Nymph or simply A Mythological Subject by Piero di Cosimo
RMHRKRCN–Greek Mythological Characters
RMEHA0C8–Dosso Dossi A Mythological Scene
RMBB4PPC–A collection of ancient mythological figures from across the world.
RMG381E4–A mythological scene (details not known)
RMFFDH1Y–INDIA: MYSORE TREASURE. /nGold and jewel mythological peacock, which would have been perched atop the maharaja's throne umbrella at the palace of Mysore, India.
RMF7PFPC–A mythological fight. Chimu, Peru. Dated 13th Century
RM2GK4X5D–Neptune and Amphitrite in the storm by Jacob Jordaens (1593-1678) Neptune, the god of the sea.His wife Amphitrite.In the foreground tritons;mythological figures half fish, half man.
RM2BY5PKC–PAN 18th century French engraving showing the Greek mythological god playing his pipes while his followers dance
RMJ34P8F–Mythological decoration bronze sphinx
RMCW8NC1–Mythological characters, popular imagery
RMP607BC–Mythological scene FRANCESCO MAFFEI (Vicenza, 1605 - Padua, 1660) Italy, Italian
RM2G0KH8N–Monumental silhar on a staircase. Detail of the tile panel depicting mythological decoration. Ashlar staircase from the the former San Bento da Saúde monastery in Lisbon, ca.1640. Polychrome earthenware. National Tile Museum. Lisbon, Portugal.
RMT0H4EN–Italy Piedmont Lagnasco Tapparelli D'Azeglio Castles - mythological, grotesque and exotic animals of Rossignolo
RMDW7C7H–Dosso Dossi, Mythological Scene. Circa 1524. Oil on canvas. The J. Paul Getty Museum.
RMEE17FJ–Nymphs by a Fountain, an atypical mythological work , Sir Peter Lely, circa 1650
RMF3H2WG–Quack dressed as Hindu mythological god ; Rajkot ; Gujarat ; India
RMMC6NKH–CHINA - MYTHOLOGICAL FOO DOG, AT THE MING TOMBS
RMPPM65E–Jason, ancient Greek mythological hero who was the leader of the Argonauts whose quest for the Golden Fleece featured in Greek literature. Painting of Jason and Medea by John William Waterhouse
RMHRKRD5–Greek and Roman Mythological Figures
RM2EM464N–Gustave Moreau, La Peri, (Mythological Subject), drawing, 1865
RMBFR7WG–Achilles. Greek mythological hero of the Trojan War.
RMG381E5–A mythological scene (details not known)
RMFFDE97–INDIA: MYSORE TREASURE. /nGold and jewel mythological peacock, which would have been perched atop the maharaja's throne umbrella at the palace of Mysore, India.
RMF7PFPB–A mythological fight. Chimu, Peru. Dated 13th Century
RMD1RXKY–Mask of Noelmaal,a mythological being,Kwakiutl,British columbia,cedar wood.1830-1850.
RMERGM2E–Triton- mythological Greek god and the messenger of the sea. Liebig card, Mythological Scenes (French:Scenes Mythologiques),
RMC499J7–Aerial photograph of the ruins of the mythological city of Sparta
RMTXGHB0–A mythological fight. Chimu, Peru. Dated 13th Century
RMJ26K9G–Sea God Neptune - Plate with Mythological Figures 1740 by Ferdinando Maria Campani Italy Italian.
RMBBNE04–Aeneas, Greek mythological figure, carrying his father Anchises out of burning Troia,
RMFD622D–Mythological figure holding a lyre in Schloss Fasanerie near Fulda in Germany
RFT7XWRF–Old illustration of Iblis Djinn mythological entity in Islamic mythology, known as Lucifer in the catholic tradition. By unidentified author publ. on Magasin Pittoresque Paris 1848
RM2BD61G8–Italy Lombardy - Cremona - Civic Museum -' Ala Ponzone' - Roman painter - Mythological scene
RMF3H2WH–Quack dressed as Hindu mythological god lord Shiva ; Rajkot ; Gujarat ; India
RMMC6HNB–Mythological statues on the statue to Giuseppe Garibaldi in Rome.
RMEP76RW–Thai Artwork Including the Hong - a mythological bird
RM2BDY8G6–Siren, Mythological Creature
RMHAT202–Poland, Pomerania, Gdansk (Danzig), a pidgeon perches on the sculpture of a mythological creature at Neptune's Fountain, Long Market
RMJB53P0–Fresco. Architectural ornaments along with figurative pictures of mythological. Pompeii, Italy. National Archaeological Museum. Naples. Italy.
RMKJ7WJ6–The sacrificial death of Marcus Curtius, a mythological young Roman who offered himself to the gods of Hades in order to save Rome. From Ward and Lock's Illustrated History of the World, published c.1882.
RMMHMJT9–BASSIN DU DRAGON The mythological figures are doubtless added to give artistic effect to the picture rather than being a literal representation of the scene Date: 1688
RMFFDEXD–INDIA: MYTHOLOGICAL ANIMALS. /nSilver design showing two lion-elephant hybrid creatures flanking a shield with a double-headed eagle. Detail from a sofa at the Mysore Palace, in Mysore, India, 18th-mid 20th century.
RMG1CBWJ–Engraving depicting the Norse mythological story of Iðunn's apples
RM2B6X9JN–Historian Mary Beard at a press view of Titian's Poesie series of large scale Greek mythological paintings, part of the 'Titian: Love, Desire, Death' exhibition, at the National Gallery, London. The exhibition brings the series of six paintings together in their entirety for the first time since the late 16th century.
RM2A8PG4Y–A vintage cartoon style illustration showing Hector the Greek and Roman mythological hero just before he died in battle. He was a Trojan prince and hero in the Trojan Wars. Traditionally he was the first-born son of King Priam and Queen Hecuba, a descendant of Dardanus and Tros, the founder of Troy and was married to Andromache, with whom he had an infant son, Scamandrius (whom the people of Troy called Astyanax) (shown in the illustration).
RMGGRJ09–Adamastor, a mythological character by the Portuguese poet Luís de Camões in his epic poem The Lusiads, 16th century
RMP68WEM–Invading Cupid's Realm by William-Adolphe Bouguereau. Bouguereau (1825 –1905) was a French academic painter and traditionalist. In his realistic genre paintings he used mythological themes, making modern interpretations of classical subjects, with an emphasis on the female human body
RMEAC620–mythological landscape by Claude François Théodore Caruelle d'Aligny (1798–1871) French landscape France
RMG5WK9B–Achilles, Greek mythological hero, from the life of Achilles, woodcut by Hans Weiditz, circa 1530,
RMCNN0R6–Indonesia Mythological Barong Dance performed at Batubulan, Bali
RFT7XWRD–Old illustration of Iblis Djinn mythological entity in Islamic mythology, known as Lucifer in the catholic tradition. By unidentified author publ. on Magasin Pittoresque Paris 1848
RM2A9263F–Italy Piedmont Turin - Mazzonis Palace - Mao Museum ( Museo d'Arte Orientale ) - Museum of Oriental art - Vishnu On Garuda - The God Vishnu riding his Vehicle. the mythological brird Garuda . Below the terrifiv face of the kirtimukha - Cambodia 10th century A.D.
RMF3H2WJ–Quack dressed as Hindu mythological god lord Shiva ; Rajkot ; Gujarat ; India
RMMBD3NC–Carving of the Plant of Life guarded by a mythological beast. The Greek Temple at Didyma.
RM2A89E7N–Mythological Elephant God Ganesh in Warrior Pose at Ulun Danu Batur Temple, Bali
RMHRJG27–Sirens Naiads and Tritons, Mythological Creatures
RFB2C6FG–Fama Fountain, mythological figures, Herrenchiemsee castle, Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany, Europe
RMJB53NY–Fresco. Architectural ornaments along with figurative pictures of mythological. Pompeii, Italy. National Archaeological Museum. Naples. Italy.
RM2GKF35D–The sacrifice of Curtius. Marcus Curtius a mythological young Roman who offered himself to the gods of Hades. After an earthquake in 362 BC, a huge deep pit opened in the Roman Forum which the Romans tried in vain to fill. After consulting an augur who responded that the gods demanded the most precious possession, a young soldier named Marcus Curtius told them that weapons and courage of the Romans were the nation's most prized possessions, so, mounted on his horse, fully armed and decorated, he leapt into the pit, which closed over him and saved Rome. From Cassell's Illustrated Universal Hi
RMG3AH41–Mythological Buddhist or Hindu figure, full-length, standing, facing front, with long green sash and flaming green halo behind his head. Date 1878?.
RMFFRN3G–HUNTERS, 15th CENTURY. /nA mythological hunting party made up of a lion wearing a helmet and a monkey riding on a unicorn, following a monkey with a spear. Illumination from a Flemish Book of Hours made for Engelbert II of Nassau, 1485-90.
RMF7NE6W–wall painting of two mythological figures, found in Pompeii (20 BC - AD 50)
RM2B6X9K6–Historian Mary Beard views 'Diana and Actaeon' (left) and, 'Diana and Callisto', part of Titian's Poesie series of large scale Greek mythological paintings that feature in the 'Titian: Love, Desire, Death' exhibition, at the National Gallery, London. The exhibition brings the series of six paintings together in their entirety for the first time since the late 16th century.
RM2G4BRJW–An 1839 depiction of the Greek mythological figure Astrea,aka Astraea, Astria , Ἀστραίᾱ, and Astraíā; known as the 'star-maiden' or figure of the 'starry night'. Sometimes known as 'Justice' (Justitia in Roman mythology) , she is the virgin goddess of justice, innocence, purity and precision. Her name was also suggested for the planet now known as Uranus. In mythology she ascended to heaven to become the constellation Virgo and is mentioned in historical literature including the Faerie Queene
RM2B0C23H–Unknown Artist, Mythological Scene (Three Graces?), 1600, bronze
RMBNG1JK–Mythological Sea Creature by artist unknown
RMM8DA93–Atropos, by, Jean Baptiste Santerre, 1651-1717, France, French, ( Atropos in Greek Mythology MYTHOLOGICAL GODDESS
RMCR4NJK–Prometheus, Greek mythological hero, forged on a rock, an eagle is eating out his liver,
RMCNN0RM–Indonesia A painted wood carving of a mythological creature / Bali
RM2BH36EA–A 1949 miniature metal souvenir pub sign for Whitbread's Brewery. This sign (number 31 in Series 1) featured The Phoenix, Red Hill, Wateringbury, Kent and was designed by Vena Chalker. The illustration shows the mythological black phoenix bird above burning logs.
RMEJT39D–Thai golden swan mythological statue, Chiang mai, Thailand
RMJ0EXGP–Mythological wall paintings, varanasi, uttar pradesh, india, asia
RMMC6KTR–Mexican Mythology - Calendar Stone of Cuauhxicali, with mythological figures & glyphs for the months. Aztec.
RM2DCAA4Y–Mythological Bird Carving at Kraton Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat a.k.a. Sultan's Palace complex, Yogyakarta, Java
RMT96GGX–Map of Ediniae: comprising of Ethiopia, Mesopotamia, etc. The Garden of Eden is considered to be mythological by most scholars. However there have been suggestions for its supposed location: for example, at the head of the Persian Gulf, in southern Mesopotamia (now Iraq) where the Tigris and Euphrates rivers run into the sea; and in the Armenian Highlands or Armenian Plateau. No artist credited, undated.
RMCXR4TB–Mythological bird, concrete sculpture covered with mosaics, main figure in Queen Califa's Magical Circle, late work of the
RMB7NRF9–Circa 1770s engraving of an 'Anonymous Animal,' possibly mythological. from a book on animals.
RM2G2097F–Sisyphus, Ixion and Tantalus. Sisyphus or Sisyphos, founder and king of Ephyra, punished for cheating death twice by being made to roll a huge boulder up a hill only for it to roll down every time it neared the top, repeating this action for eternity. Ixion, king of the Lapiths bound to a winged fiery wheel that was always spinning. Tantalus, aka Atys, Greek mythological figure made to stand in a pool of water beneath a fruit tree with low branches, with the fruit ever eluding his grasp, and the water always receding before he could take a drink. From A Popular History of Greece, publish
RMG3AH45–Mythological Buddhist or Hindu figure, full-length, standing, facing right, with long blue sash and flaming green halo behind his head. Date 1878?.
RMFFDF0K–HINDU PROCESSION. /nA mythological Hindu ceremonial procession. Indian painting.
RMF7P3B5–Chlorite vessel with mythological scene, from Iran. Dated Early Dynastic III (2600-2300 BC)
RMAM549W–Mythological temple figures Taiwan
RM2G77X9Y–An 1839 depiction of the Greek & Roman mythological figure Diana (sometimes called the huntress goddess) who is still revered in revered in modern Roman neopaganism, Stregheria (the Old Religion), and Wicca. Equivalent or associated mythological figures to Diana include Artemis, Egeria the water nymph, Hecate, Virbius and the moon , (Luna and/or Selene). She is also associated with the countryside, childbirth, woodland areas, crossroads (especially 3-way crossroads), the way to the underworld,
RMKC8F81–Mythological Subject, Anonymous, Italian, 19th century, 1800–1900
RMD646RY–Dancers Representing Mayan Mythological Creatures, see description info.
RMEHD021–Ewer with mythological figures ( Vessel from workshop of Navigius pottery El Aouja 3rd century AD Roman Carthage Phoenicia - Tunisia (Phoenician trading city in North Africa capital Carthaginian Empire )
RMBBNET3–Amazons, Greek mythological figures, fight with Greek during siege of Troia, drawing after sarcophagus of Thessalonike,
RMBRN1YD–A mask of a Tokolosh, a much-feared African mythological figure
RFP08G98–Torwaldsen: Jason, an ancient Greek mythological hero., digital improved reproduction of an original print from the year 1881
RMC3WPEM–Kijimuna, the mythological creature of Okinawa, Japan. Kijimuna is a wood spirit that lives in the Banyan tree. Ryukyu Mura
RMF3H2WK–Quack dressed as Hindu mythological gods one of them lord Shiva ; Rajkot ; Gujarat ; India
RMMC6J1J–Merman Detail from mythological figures on the south portal of Ferrara Cathedral Italy
RFKR0BKA–Kanazawa - Japan, June 9, 2017: Statue of prince Yamato Takeru, a Japanese mythological hero, in Gyokuseninmaru Garden at Kanasawa castle
RMT96K68–The Simurgh, a benevolent Persian mythological creature, carrying Zal to her nest. From Shah Namah (or Shahnameh), the Book of Kings, a 10th century epic by Persian poet Abu ?l-Qasim Firdowsi Tusi (c. 940–1020), or Ferdowsi (also transliterated as Firdawsi, Firdusi, Firdosi, Firdausi). It is the world's longest epic poem created by a single poet, and the national epic of Greater Iran.
RMCXR4M1–Stele with mythological figures, detail view, with mosaics, Queen Califa's Magical Circle, late work of the French sculptor Niki
RMPH2PK9–Close-up of the statue Pania of the Reef, depicting a Maori mythological mermaid figure, in Marine Parade, Napier, New Zealand, November 29, 2017. ()
RM2JCN0FX–Section of a decorative doorway dated 1822 from northern coastal or eastern Java, Indonesia. A mythological bird, possibly Garuda or Jatayu perched o
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