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Déesse 16, rue Halévy, Paris / / PAL.

Lower part of a marble relief with two goddesses

The Three Goddesses from the Judgment of Paris

Venus and cupids / perugo da carpo.

Plate 1: Saturn in a niche devouring his son, standing before a scythe, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 8: Prosperpina, standing in a niche, turning to the right while holding mantle in both hands and flowers in her right hand, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 9: Mars in a niche, holding a sword above his head with his right arm, and a shield on his left arm, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 6: Thetis standing in a niche with a shell and sea creature, pouring water out of a vase, looking to her left, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 20: Pallas Athena holding a shield with Medusa's head in her right hand and a lance in her left hand, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 20: Pallas Athena holding a shield with Medusa's head in her right hand and a lance in her left hand, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

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

Plate 7: Pluto in a niche, holding a bident, with Cerberus next to him, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 16: Hebe in a niche with her hands in the air, running to the left while looking to the right, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 19: Vulcan standing in a niche swinging a hammer, with an anvil, hammer, and tongs at his feet, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 17: Bacchus standing in a niche, holding grapes over a plate, accompanied by an infant satyr, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 7: Pluto in a niche, holding a bident, with Cerberus next to him, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 12: Diana standing in a niche, twisting to her left and pulling an arrow out of a quiver, with a deer to her right, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 4: Juno standing in a niche, viewed from behind, stroking a peacock to her right, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 2: Ops standing in a niche with her hands at her breasts, looking to her left, with animals behind her, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 15: Hercules standing in a niche, wearing a lion skin and holding a club, viewed from behind, with his head turned to the left, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 5: Neptune standing in a niche holding a trident, with a hippocampus (sea-horse) behind him, from a series of gods and goddesses

Plate 10: Venus in a niche, standing on a conch shell, with Cupid to her right, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 14: Mercury standing in a niche playing his pipes, with the severed head of an old man and a sword at his feet, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 3: Jupiter emerging from a niche, riding an eagle and holding a thunderbolt in his left hand, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 15: Hercules standing in a niche, wearing a lion skin and holding a club, viewed from behind, with his head turned to the left, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 1: Saturn in a niche devouring his son, standing before a scythe, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Plate 5: Neptune standing in a niche holding a trident, with a hippocampus (sea-horse) behind him, from a series of gods and goddesses

Plate 14: Ceres in a niche, facing right, standing over a two-headed snake and holding a half-moon sickle in her right hand and a torch in her left hand, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Triumph of Love: four horses draw a carriage with Cupid standing upon a smoking platform, preceded by gods and goddesses on foot, a temple with gabled pediment at crest of hill beyond, from the series 'The Triumphs of Petrarch'

Juno (from The Muses and the Three Great Goddesses)

Jupiter Sending the Three Goddesses to the Judgment of Paris

The Judgment of Paris; Paris seated on a rock choosing between the goddesses Venus, Juno, and Minerva, the god Mercury with a caduceus in between them

Venus and Cupid and two other goddesses seated on a cloud under an arch and accompanied by a putto, 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

Juno and two goddesses reclining on clouds with two child figures and fruits at right, 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

Heads of Goddesses (Flora, Diana, Ceres)

Pair of Manuscript Covers with Goddesses Set in a Foliate Landscape

Heads of Goddesses (Pallas, Venus, Juno)

Plate 15: Rivers and goddesses, with floating islands guided by pole bearers, female figures seated on a dolphin and a tortoise, and three female musicians seated on a floating scallop shell , from the series 'The magnificent pageant on the river Arno in Florence for the marriage of the Grand Duke' (Le Magnifique carousel fait sur le fleuve de l'Arne a Florence, pour le mariage du Grand Duc), for the wedding celebration of Cosimo de' Medici in Florence, 1608

Minerva surrounded by figures representing various arts & sciences, holding the three vols. of the Royal Magazine

Superba Niobe cum filijs interimitura a Phaebo et Diana

Henri IV. délibére sur son futur mariage / Rubens, pinxit ; I.M. Nattier, delineavit ; I. Audran, scupsit.

Cybele Prevents Turnus from Setting Fire to the Trojan Fleet by Transforming the Ships into Sea Goddesses

Aeneae classis in Nymphas ope Berecynthiae matris

[A Native American presents map to Europe?] / R.R. inv & fect.

The congress / P.E.D. inv. & delin. ; R. Aitkin sculp.

[Harmony weeps for the present situation of American affairs] / J.C. inv. ; Isc. Taylor sc.

Chi mi vela é in periglio e chi mi svel / C. Coltellini pinx. ; Gio. Lapi scul.

Britannia crown'd by virtue, tramples on Tyranny & Oppression. In the distance, the defeat of the Spanish Armada J. Lodge sc

[Instruction of American youth] / J. Norman sc.

"Oh fly," cries peace, the soul of social life,... / Stothard del. ; Cook sculp.

In the background is Admiral Rodney's engagement with Count de Grasse ... / Harrison invt. ; Goldar del. et sc.

Peace crowned by victory / J. Norman sc.

[The goddess of geography surrounded by figures representing the continents] / J. Buys inv. ; C. Bogerts sculp.

Behold! a fabric now to freedom rear'd / Trenchard sculp.

The dance of Apollo and the Muses

Terpsichore, or Erato, and Apollo, both with lyres

Jūichidanme

Minneapolis Brewing Cos., bock

Ame no uzume no mikoto

Bijin to otafuku

Diane, (Pl. 51)

Frontispiece Tisdale del. ; Scoles sculp

Allegorical scene showing prosperity J.J. Barralet 1807

Diana

Diana succincta

Erato

Erato, from an intaglio

From the tombs of the kings at Thebes.

Saté, présidant a la région inférieure, ( la Junon égyptienne.)

Hathor-Ptérophore. ( Aphrodite, Vénus.)

Thouèri, Toeri. (Thoueris.) [Taweret]

Néith motrice et conservatrice. (Athénè, Physis, Minerve.)

Athor ou Hathor. (Athor, Athyr, Atar, Aphrodite, Vénus.)

Néith motrice et conservatrice. (Athénè, Minerve.)

Seven, Saoven ou Sovan. (Ilithya, Junon-Lucine.)

Athor ou Hathor. (Athor, Athyr, Atar, Aphrodite, Vénus.)

Nèith, (l'Athène, ou la Minerve égyptienne.)

Néith castigatrice.

Saté, ou Sati, (Satis, l'Héra, ou la Junon égyptienne.)

Diana with bow and hunting dog

Il fanciullo Amenôf III [Amenhotep III], assomigliato al dio Horus, è presentato ad Amon-rê [Amon] e purificato.

La regina Muthemwa [Mutemwia] partorisce Amenôf III (Memnone), che, come il divino Horus, è allattato dalle sacre vacche.

The nine muses.

Chloris, Hera and Pandora

Diana mounted on a hind before a funerary altar

Apollo, Hera and the cuckoo, and Aphrodite

Athena in a naiskos flanked by Castor and Polydeuces (upper left and right) and either Hilaira and Phoibe, or Herse and Agraulos (bottom left and right)

Athena attacks the giant Enceladus

Zeus gives birth to Athena

Minerva and Mercury.

Dynastie V. Pyramiden von Giseh [Jîzah], Grab 15.

Ptolemaeer. Ptol. XVI. Cäsar. Dendera [Dandara]. Grosser Tempel. Aeussere Hinterwand.

[Design for certificate for Massachusetts Charitable Mechanics Association]

[Greek and Roman sculpture, including Phidias' statue of Pallas in the Parthenon, several of Venus, Diana the Huntress, and others] / G. Heck, dirt. ; Henry Winkles, sculpt.

Sculptures of Egyptian idols at Philæ

[The Waltham Bank twenty dollar private bank note proof]

The three Graces

Psyche and Pandora

Abydos. Nécropole. Chounet-ez-Zébib [Shunet el-Zebib].

Minerva