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Bronze statuette of Jupiter Capitolinus

Bronze statuette of Jupiter Capitolinus

Bronze statuette of Jupiter

Chalcedony intaglio: Head of Jupiter Ammon

Bronze statuette of Jupiter

Brhaspati (The Personification of the Planet Jupiter)

Jupiter from BL Harley 4431, f. 99v

Jupiter from BL Harley 4431, f. 99v

Miniature showing 1. Jupiter's messenger selects the young Europa, as she struggles against the soldier who overcomes her, with two bulls nearby. A ship bears the emblem of the white bull; 2. Europa worshipped in Tarentum. Rubric, initial, border design.

[Illus: Prognostication: Clergyman ("Jupiter") blessing farmer ("Sagitarius") tilling soil; "Mars" in armor is radiating beams upon them]

[Earth-centered universe, with orbits of moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, and the firmament in concentric circles]

Jupiter Ammon

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

Jupiter

Jupiter and Io

Jupiter Appearing to Semele

Apparition of Christ (recto); Printed Fragment with Jupiter Enthroned with Eagle, from Caraglio's Martyrdom of Saint Peter and Saint Paul (verso).

Portrait medal of Cardinal Francesco degli Alidosi (obverse); Jupiter and Signs of the Zodiac (reverse)

Jupiter and Antiope

The Judgment of Paris; he is sitting at left with Venus, Juno and Pallas Athena, a winged victory above; in the upper section the Sun in his chariot preceeded by Castor and Pollux on horseback; at lower right two river gods and a naiad above whom Jupiter, an eagle, Ganymede, Diana and another Goddess

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: The Altar of Jupiter in the Oldest Temple on the Capitol

Jupiter and Semele embracing, an eagle beneath them, a tree at right with a blank tablet hanging from a branch, a winged putto holding a thunderbolt at left

Jupiter embracing Cupid after Raphael's fresco in the Chigi Gallery of the Villa Farnesina in Rome

[Actors portraying Jupiter and Alcmena in a stage setting]

Judgment of Paris: Paris extends his hand toward Venus, who stands between Juno and Minerva, surrounded by reclining and seated figures; above are a winged figure carrying a laurel wreath, a charioteer driving four horses, Castor and Pollux, and Jupiter accompanied by Ganymede, an eagle, Diana, and two other female figures

The Martydom of Saint Cecilia standing naked in a large cauldron, at left under a colonnade, sits a Roman Prefect, at right the statue of Jupiter in a niche

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

Jupiter from The Gods Who Preside Over the Planets

Jupiter Hurling a Thunderbolt

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

Plate 29: Cupid begging Jupiter to have mercy on Psyche with Mercury at left, from the Story of Cupid and Psyche as told by Apuleius

Plate 18: Venus in her dove-drawn chariot complaining to Jupiter, who is accompanied by Mercury and an eagle, at left Mercury has descended to earth, from the Story of Cupid and Psyche as told by Apuleius

Jupiter tumbling from a horse-drawn carriage at right, Ganymede in the form of an eagle carries a woman in the upper centre, below Venus in he cnetre flanked at the left by the three Graces

Venus in her dove-drawn chariot complaining to Jupiter who is accompanied by Mercury, from 'The Fable of Psyche'

Plate 30: Venus and Cupid pleading their case before Jupiter and other Gods with Mercury transporting Psyche to the heavens at lower right, from the Story of Cupid and Psyche as told by Apuleius

Jupiter, from Planets, plate 2

Plate 30: Venus and Cupid pleading their case in the presence of Jupiter and other Gods, from 'The Fable of Psyche'

Jupiter suckled by the goat Amalthea

Jupiter, Neptune and Pluto dividing the universe

Juno at left asks Jupiter to help the Greeks, set within an elaborate frame, from the 'Loves, Rages and Jealousies of Juno'

Juno watching Jupiter and Io, from 'The Loves of the Gods'

Jupiter and Juno being received in the heavens by Ganymede and Hebe, from the 'Division of the Universe'

Jupiter at left in the form of a shepherd accompanied by Mnemosyne, set within an elaborate cartouche, from the 'Loves, Rages and Jealousies of Juno'

Vulcan, Neptune, Athena and other Gods making Shackles to pull Jupiter from the Heavens, set within an elaborate frame, from 'Loves, Rages and Jealousies of Juno'

Bust of Jupiter

Juno summoning sleep to descend upon Jupiter, set within an elaborate frame, from the 'Loves, Rages and Jealousies of Juno'

Jupiter tells Juno of his love, set within a frame, from the 'Loves, Rages and Jealousies of Juno'

Jupiter and Juno: Study for the 'Furti di Giove' Tapestries

Jupiter

Jupiter, from The Seven Planets

Jupiter and Callisto

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Decorated capital and base in the Temple of Jupiter, Rome

Jupiter and Antiope

Jupiter and Antiope

Jupiter and Callisto

Jupiter Pressing the Stormclouds

Jupiter Fighting the Giants.

The Rape of Ganymede by Jupiter in the guise of an eagle carrying him into the heavens, his dog barking below

Jupiter Sending the Three Goddesses to the Judgment of Paris

Jupiter and Astraea

Jupiter Surrounded by Other Gods Carrying Branches

The Reign of Jupiter

Tapestry Design with Venus seeking help from Juno, Ceres and Jupiter

Two Galleys Sailing Behind an Armed Three-Master with Phaeton and Jupiter in the Sky, from the series of Ships

Jupiter

Danae en Jupiter als regen goudstukken

Jupiter vraagt de Olympische goden om raad

Jupiter en Io

Jupiter verleidt Callisto in de gedaante van Diana

Jupiter, seated above two eagles and embracing Cupid, a round composition from a series of mythological scenes after Polidoro da Caravaggio

Jupiter

Jupiter (from The Planets)

Andiron with the Figure of Jupiter

Illustrations to the Metamorphoses of Ovid: Jupiter and Io (.1); Jupiter and Io, disguised as a white beifer (.2); Mercury Rescuing Io from Argus (.3)

Sacrifice Offered before a Statue of Jupiter

Cupid before Jupiter amid Clouds

Illustrations to the Metamorphoses of Ovid: Jupiter and Io (.1); Jupiter and Io, disguised as a white beifer (.2); Mercury Rescuing Io from Argus (.3)

Illustrations to the Metamorphoses of Ovid: Jupiter and Io (.1); Jupiter and Io, disguised as a white beifer (.2); Mercury Rescuing Io from Argus (.3)

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. Ceres lamenting the death of Carracci before Jupiter, painted by Ippolito Ferrantini; 2. Personification of Painting entrusting Carracci's body to Fame, painted by Giovanni Battista Bertusi; 3. The Fates leading the blindfolded Carracci to the foot of Jupiter's throne, painted by Lucio Massari; 4. Three rivers representing the cities of Bologna, Rome and Parma (Reno, Tiber and Parma) with Fame at left, designed by Sebastiano Razzali and painted by Baldessare Aloisi Galanini; 5. Agostino Carracci abducted by Mars who is jealous of the artist's portrait of Adonis made for a Farnese gallery panel, painted by Giovanni Battista Busi.

Plate 13:Jupiter and Callisto (Calisto a Iove comprimitur), from Ovid's 'Metamorphoses'

Plate 132: Jupiter Changing the Cercopians into Monkeys (Cercopes bonorum insidiatores in Simias Iupiter transformat), from Ovid's 'Metamorphoses'

Plate 94: Jupiter and Ganymede (In aquilam transformatus Iupiter Ganymedem rapit), from Ovid's 'Metamorphoses'

Plate 125: Aurora Asking Jupiter to Honor Memnon (Aurora a Iove Memnoni, mortis honorem petit), from Ovid's 'Metamorphoses'

Tazza (footed drinking cup) with Jupiter and Io

Jupiter en Juno discussiëren over de vraag welke van de seksen het grootste genot beleeft in de liefde

Juno en Jupiter gaan te rade bij Teiresias

[Musical scales or range of sound ascribed by Kepler to Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Earth, Venus, and Mercury; and surrounding text]

Jupiter, Pluto, and Neptune Offering their Riches to Fortune

Jupiter, Pluto and Neptune Offering their Riches to Fortune

Jupiter and Ganymede

Jupiter embracing Juno, from the Farnese Palace

Jupiter en Callisto

Landschap met drinkende Jupiter

Jupiter and Europa, from 'Game of Mythology' (Jeu de la Mythologie)

Jupiter and Ganymede, from 'Game of Mythology' (Jeu de la Mythologie)

Jupiter and Danaë, from 'Game of Mythology' (Jeu de la Mythologie)

Jupiter and Calisto, from 'Game of Mythology' (Jeu de la Mythologie)

Jupiter, from 'Game of Mythology' (Jeu de la Mythologie)

Jupiter and Europa, from 'Game of Mythology' (Jeu de la Mythologie)

Jupiter and Callisto, from 'Game of Mythology' (Jeu de la Mythologie)