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The Mercury 7

Bronze statuette of Mercury

Bronze statuette of Mercury

Bronze statuette of Mercury

Chalcedony winged head of Mercury (Hermes)

Bronze statuette of Mercury

Glass ‘Mercury’ bottle fragment

Glass 'Mercury' bottle

Glass 'Mercury' bottle

Glass 'Mercury' bottle

Head of a king

Plate with youths and winged horses

Plate with a hunting scene from the tale of Bahram Gur and Azadeh

Vessel

Ewer with dancing females within arcades

Elliptical bowl

Hemispherical bowl with scenes of wine making

Oval bowl with grapevine scrolls inhabited by birds and animals

St. Mercury kills the Emperor Julian the Apostate

Support Figure of a Seated Cleric or Friar

Mercury from BL Royal 19 C I, f. 41v

Venus and Mercury from BL Royal 19 C I, f. 41v

Mercury, Argus, and Io from BL Harley 4431, f. 109v

Mercury from BL Harley 4431, f. 102

Mercury and Aglauros from BL Harley 4431, f. 104v

Mercury from BL Harley 4431, f. 102

Mercury and Aglauros from BL Harley 4431, f. 104v

Mercury, Argus, and Io from BL Harley 4431, f. 109v

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

Landscape with Mercury Holding Argus's Head

Mercury

Portrait medal of an Unknown Lady (obverse); A Kneeling Man with a Basket of Fruit, Cupid, and the Caduceus of Mercury (reverse)

Mercury

Seated Figure of Mercury

The Triumph of Caesar: Statues of Venus and Mercury

Mercury

Mercury descending from the sky a trumpet in his right hand after Raphael's fresco in the Chigi Gallery of the Villa Farnesina in Rome

Two figures on clouds, Mercury carrying Psyche to Olympus, with Mercury facing his right, after Raphael's composition in the Villa Farnesina, Rome

Venus and Mercury

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

Mercury from The Gods Who Preside Over the Planets

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

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

Mercury presenting a panpipe to Minerva who stands at left, an oval composition

Mercury at the right telling the story of Pan and Syrinx

Calypso trying to detain Ulysses as a child prepares his armour at right and Mercury falls from the sky

Mercury

Mercury standing holding a cadecus in his right hand, a lyre in his left

Mercury

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

Mercury Lulling Argus to Sleep from Landscapes with Biblical and Mythological Scenes

Mercury Changes Aglauros to Stone, from the Story of Mercury and Herse

Aglauros’s Vision of the Bridal Chamber of Herse, from the Story of Mercury and Herse

Mercury Entering Herse's Room After Changing Agraulos to Stone, from Ovid, Metamorphoses, Book II

River Landscape with Mercury Abducting Psyche

Venus and Mercury

Ear Ornament for a Deity

Landscape with Mercury and Argus, from the Series of Six Mythological Scenes

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)

Standing Figure of Mercury

Mercury Lulling Argus to Sleep in a Landscape

Bezoar Stone with Case and Stand

"Mercury", Folio from the Bellini Album

Venus and Mercury

Ear Ornament for a Deity

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. 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.

Minerva and Mercury Arming Perseus

Minerva & Mercury Arming Perseus

Plate 105: Diana aiming her bow toward Chione, who is accompanied by two children, in another scene at left Mercury approaches the sleeping Chione, from a series illustrating 'The Metamorphoses' of Ovid

Plate 20: Mercury Turning Aglauros to Stone (Aglauros a Mercurio in lapidem transformatur), from Ovid's 'Metamorphoses'

Plate 10: Mercury Killing Argos (Argus a Mercurio iugulatur), from Ovid's 'Metamorphoses'

Mercury Turning Aglauros to Stone (Aglauros a Mercurio in lapidem transformatur), from The Metamorphoses of Ovid (Metamorphosean Sive Transformationum), plate 20

Plate 18: Mercury Falling in love with Herse (Mercurius Herses amore accenditur), from Ovid's 'Metamorphoses'

Mercury and the Sleeping Argus

Mercury

Mercury

Composition of figures arranged in a landscape foreground before a statue of a female goddess, at left two nude figures support a nude woman riding a goat led by a putto, at center a draped woman holds one finger to her eye behind a satyr holding a bow, at right Mercury twists away from the satyr, from a series of twelve frieze-like designs showing bacchanals, sacrifices, and dances

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

Mercury Abducting Psyche

Mercury Abducting Psyche

Mercury Abducting Psyche

The daughters of Aglaura (Mercury and Herse)

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

Mercury and Argos, from 'Game of Mythology' (Jeu de la Mythologie)

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

Mercury and Argus, from 'Game of Mythology' (Jeu de la Mythologie)

The daughters of Aglaura (Mercury and Herse)

Design for a Frontispiece: Mercury and Fame

The Cog Boat Borne by Mercury, Hercules, Minerva and Neptune

Aeneas and Mercury

Mercury and Battus

Mercury and Argus

Plate 2: The Argonaut Amphion led by Mercury (Anfione Argon. condotto da Mercurio), with a fantastic beast head at the prow and Amphion seated at the stern, 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

Plate 14: The Argonauts Eurytus, Echion, and Aethalides (Eurito Echione e Etalide Argonote), led by Mercury in the form of a peacock, 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

Landscape with Mercury

Landscape with Mercury