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    Apollo (with lyre) and Artemis sacrificing over a fire burning on an altar. Red-figured Attic hydria, 490-480 BCE Terracotta, height: 40.5 cm, diam.: 35.3 cm

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    Aphrodite,Pan,and Eros.Pan harassing Aphrodite, who has just stepped from her bath. The goddess threatens to punish him with her sandal. A tiny Eros helps to defend his mother,by grasping Pan's horn. From Delos. Inv.3335, H: 129 cm

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    Mars, Venus, and Amor. Oil on canvas (1560) 97 x 109 cm Inv. 13

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    The birth of Bacchus. While Semele gives birth, Zeus, with the lightning flash which will kill Semele, and his wife Hera, float in the clouds. 1534-1538 Giulio Romano with Rinaldo Mantovano. Wood, 126,5 x 86.5 c Inv. acc 69, PB 7

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    Aphrodite of Melos, called Venus of Milo. Marble figure (130-120 BCE) found in Melos. Height 202 cm MA 399

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    Hades and Persephone in their palace in the underworld. Monumental southern Italian Greek vase (330 BCE) from Canossa in Apulia, Italy.

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    Dionysos in his ship. Attic wine cup (540 BCE) (Detail of 10-03-01/29)

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    Orpheus, Eurydice, and Hermes. Marble relief (1st-3rd CE) Roman copy after a Greek original of 420 BCE. 122 x 90 cm MA 854

    10-01-02/47

    Pectoral of the Chief Ointment-maker Pa-nehersj. Two goddesses, Isis and Nephtys, praying to the scarab as a symbol of the sungod Ra. The scarab is seen in its morning-shape of Chepre, a symbol of rebirth. Carnelian faience (ca. 1200 BCE), New Kingdom, Egypt. Inv. 1984

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    Woman on a rock with a violin and another with a large kithara, a little Eros at her side. Terracotta figurines from Aigina, Greece, Tanagrian influence (ca. 360 BCE). (Size of the musician 22 cm - CA 574) CA 798

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    Hermes resting. Bronze statuette (about 2nd BCE) after a Greek original of the 4th BCE. Height 18.5 cm Inv. VI 332

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    At the feet of the Goddess Athena, two Greek warriors draw lots for the arms and armour of the slain Achilles. Ulysses on far left (with staff), Ajax second on the right. Red-figured kylix, around 490 BCE Inv. IV 3695

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    Apollo and Daphne, 1846. Apollo pursues the nymph Daphne, who prays for help and is turned into a laurel tree (Daphne = Greek laurel) Canvas, 53 x 35,5 cm R.F.3870

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    Goddess Artemis. Relief (440-432 BCE) from the east frieze of the Parthenon, Athens, Greece. Inv. 856

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    Instead of the new-born Zeus, Rheia hands a stone to Kronos sitting on a throne. Relief from the base of a marble statue (2nd CE).

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    Sacrifice to Apollo. Red-figured Attic crater (around 430 BCE). Height 33 cm G 496

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    The Hero of Virtue, Mars, crowned by the Goddess of Victory. Mars' victory over vice is shown in the satyr prone under Mars' foot. The hero's renunciation of sensual love is shown by the crying Cupid. Canvas, 203 x 222 cm Inv. 956

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    Venus tying her sandal, her left hand on Priapos who is teasing her. White marble figure (2nd CE), copy of a Hellenistic original, from Pompeii. Height 62 cm Inv. 152 798

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    Poseidon with his trident. Bronze statuette (2nd BCE). Loeb Collection 15

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    Pallas Athene. Oil on canvas (1898) 75 x 75 cm

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    Athena with cist and Erechthonios snake. Copy of an original by Cephisodotos, found in Crete, Greece. Stone figure (4th BCE), height 140 cm MA 847

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    Minerva's victory over Ignorance. Goddess Minerva, in gold helmet and seductive armour, puts her foot on the neck of a shackled, donkey-eared Ignorance. She is surrounded by muses and allegorical figures. Oil on canvas, 153 x 117 cm Inv.1133

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    Mars and Venus, Rome 1808-1810 The group was sculpted by order of Emperor Franz I to celebrate the wedding of his daughter Marie Louise with Emperor Napoleon I. Marble. PERMISSION TO PUBLISH MUST BE OBTAINED FROM THE MUSEUM.

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    Zeus approaches Olympia in the form of a snake. Detail of the Hall of Amor and Psyche. Palazzo del Te, built 1525-1535 after designs by Giulio Romano as a summer residence for Duke Federico II Gonzaga.

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