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Photographs of President Richard Nixon Greeting the Apollo 11 Astronauts on the USS Hornet

Bronze statuette of Apollo

Marble head of Apollo with fragment of his hand

Head of a marble statue of Apollo

Apollo and Phoebe from BL Harley 4431, f. 101

Apollo and followers from BL Harley 4431, f. 101

Apollo killing Ganymede from BL Harley 4431, f. 119v

Apollo and Marsyas

Midas, Pan and Apollo from BL Harley 4431, f. 108

Apollo from BL Harley 4431, f. 117v

Apollo killing Ganymede from BL Harley 4431, f. 119v

Apollo and Marsyas

Apollo from BL Harley 4431, f. 117v

Midas, Pan and Apollo from BL Harley 4431, f. 108

Fishermen bringing the golden table of Delphi to the temple of Apollo

Sun as Apollo, moon and planets

Apollo with Lyre

Apollo and the Serpent Python

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Apollo (Apollo in aedibus Card. Burghesij)

[Four Cupids; Apollo and Daphne in the Background]

Apollo on Parnassus (Apollon sur le Parnasse)

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Apollo Tending the Flocks of Admetus

Apollo, Marsyas, and Midas

Apollo and Diana

Apollo and Diana

Apollo standing at the left, his hand resting on the shoulder of Hyacinthus, Cupid in the lower right

Apollo standing at the left, his hand resting on the shoulder of Hyacinthus, Cupid in the lower right

Apollo standing at the left, his hand resting on the shoulder of Hyacinthus, Cupid in the lower right

Chariot of Apollo

The Apollo Belvedere from the Vatican his left hand resting on the tree trunk around which coils a python

A statue of Apollo, naked standing in a niche, holding a lyre in his left hand and leaning on a tree trunk

A statue of Apollo, naked standing in a niche, holding a lyre in his left hand and leaning on a tree trunk

Apollo

Sun as Apollo, moon and planets

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Apollo Belvedere

Apollo tending the flocks of Admetus, Apollo seated holding a lyre and flanked by a cow and a dog, a serpent winding around a dead tree at right

Apollo sitting on Parnassus surrounded by the muses and famous poets

Apollo sitting on Parnassus surrounded by the muses and famous poets

Mars and Rhea Silvia: in the centre Mars holds a shield and sword, Rhea Silvia sleeping, Apollo in his chariot upper left

Plate 11: Apollo riding his chariot in a niche, facing right, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Apollo Driving the Chariot of the Rising Sun.

Apollo in his horse-drawn chariot at the left, above him above Jupiter hurls a thunderbolt, Venus at right in her chariot drawn by animals

Apollo seated at the right with a lyre on his knee, pointing to a kneeling man who is about to flay Marsyas who is tied naked to a tree at left

Apollo seated at the right with a lyre, pointing to a kneeling man who is about to flay Marsyas tied naked to a tree at left

River gods consoling Peneus for the Loss of his Daughter, Daphne from 'The Story of Apollo and Daphne'

Apollo standing at left shooting a python with an arrow, above to the left are the muses and at right on a cloud Cupid approaching Apollo, from the 'Story of Apollo and Daphne'

Apollo chasing Daphne who throws her arms up, in the background at right shows the moment she turns in a laurel, from The Story of Apollo and Daphne

River gods consoling Peneus for the Loss of his Daughter, Daphne from 'The Story of Apollo and Daphne'

Apollo standing at left shooting a python with an arrow, above to the left are the muses and at right on a cloud Cupid approaching Apollo, from the 'Story of Apollo and Daphne'

Daphne embracing her father, the river-god Peneus, at the left three nymphs bring jars from the 'Story of Apollo and Daphne'

Daphne embracing her father, the river-god Peneus, at the left three nymphs bring jars from the 'Story of Apollo and Daphne'

Venus and Mars discovered by Apollo from 'The Loves of the Gods'

Apollo and Daphne, from 'The Loves of the Gods'

Venus and Mars discovered by Apollo, from 'The Loves of the Gods'

Mars and Rhea Silvia: in the centre Mars holds a shield and sword, Rhea Silvia sleeping, Apollo in his chariot upper left

Apollo standing a beside a woman representing an allegory of painting, from 'The Loves of the Gods'

Apollo and Leucothea, from 'The Loves of the Gods'

Armorial dish: The story of Apollo

Apollo at right holding a bow chasing Daphne at the left

Apollo and Daphne

Apollo and Daphne

Cupid and Apollo

Statue of Niobe and her Worshippers, with Apollo and Diana and other Figures

Statue of Niobe and her Worshippers, with Apollo and Diana and other Figures

Contest between Apollo and Marsyas

Orus Apollo de Aegypte

Pharmacy jar with the Apollo Belvedere and King David

Apollo and the Muses

Apollo and Galatea in a Landscape with Neptune and Three Nymphs

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Apollo Belvedere

Apollo holding pipes in his right hand accompanied by Pegasus

Apollo and the Muses

Apollo, Neptune, Pluto, and Athena seated on a cloud under an arch, an oval composition, from a series of eight compositions after Francesco Primaticcio's designs for the ceiling of the Ulysses Gallery (destroyed 1738-39) at Fontainebleau

Design for a Wall Decoration with Apollo and the Muses, a Figure of Astronomy, and the Coat-of-Arms of a Grand Duke of Tuscany as Grand Master of the Order of Santo Stefano

The Competition of Apollo and Marsyas and the Judgment of Midas

Apollo with Lyre and Cupid

Latona Giving Birth to Apollo and Diana on the Island of Delos

Initial D, with Apollo and Daphne

Hanger met Apollo met zijn lier

Apollo and Marsyas and the Judgment of Midas

Pendant Design with Apollo Standing on an Arch Flanked by Female Figures Holding Fruit

Apollo and Marsyas and the Judgment of Midas: at right Midas with the ears of an ass resting his hand against a tree stump, at center Apollo holds a flaying knife, at left the flayed corpse of Marsyas roped to a tree, soldiers and satyrs beyond

Inkstand with Apollo and the Muses

Apollo

Apollo doodt de reuzenslang Python

Apollo doodt Coronis

Apollo bemint Coronis

Toneel met Apollo op de Parnassus, 1594

Apollo

Apollo (from The Planets)

Minerva Presenting Two Portraits to Apollo

Apollo Bathing, Attended by the Nymphs of Thetis

Scene with Apollo? Orpheus?

Landscape with Apollo and Daphne, from the Series of Six Mythological Scenes

Triumphal arch with sculpture of Louis XIV as Apollo and fireworks in the background

Apollo and the Nine Muses surrounded by Poets on Mount Parnassus

Apollo Slaying the Python

Apollo and Diana

Apollo

Five numbered scenes, each after a painter in the Accademia Degl'Incamminati, from IL FUNERALE D'AGOSTINO CARRACCIO FATTO IN BOLOGNA SUA PATRIA DAGL'INCAMINATI Academici del Disegno: 1. Virtue vanquishing Envy and Fortune, painted by Giulio Cesare Parigino; 2. Apollo and the Muses at the tomb of Agostino Carracci, painted by Luigi Valesio; 3. Mercury pointing to a constellation with the personification of Painting and that of the city of Bologna, Felsina, painted by Aurelio Benelli; 4. Personification of Painting being comforted by Poetry, and the personification of a river at right, painted by Lodovico Carracci; 5. Allegory of Knowledge and Vigilance chasing Envy out of Heaven, painted by Lorenzo Garbieri.