Dadula Krajcovicova

Dadula Krajcovicova

Dadula Krajcovicova
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dirck van der lisse diane acteon

dirck van der lisse diane acteon

Actaeon beneath Diana as she closes his eyes in death. The tale grew that Diana changed him into a hart, but the gods and goddesses did not have that power over humans. They could change their own shape, as they were not of the earth.

Actaeon beneath Diana as she closes his eyes in death. The tale grew that Diana changed him into a hart, but the gods and goddesses did not have that power over humans. They could change their own shape, as they were not of the earth.

The Hague, MMW, 10 A 11	 fol. 296r   Book 6, 7  As punishment for seeing her bathing, Diana changes Actaeon, the hunter, into a stag; Actaeon is devoured by his own dogs (background); Diana on a throne (background)  Fol. 296r: column miniature

The Hague, MMW, 10 A 11 fol. 296r Book 6, 7 As punishment for seeing her bathing, Diana changes Actaeon, the hunter, into a stag; Actaeon is devoured by his own dogs (background); Diana on a throne (background) Fol. 296r: column miniature

Birtish museum gravure 1533

Birtish museum gravure 1533

Klossowski: Diana et Actéon

Klossowski: Diana et Actéon

Diana and Actaeon - Google Art Project (Museum of King Jan III's Palace at Wilanów) unknown artist

Diana and Actaeon - Google Art Project (Museum of King Jan III's Palace at Wilanów) unknown artist

Mosaic depicting Diana surprised by Actaeon whilst bathing, from Timgad (ancient Thamugadi), Algeria, Roman Civilization, 1st-2nd Century, Timgad, Musée De Timgad (Archaeological Museum), DeA Picture Library, licensed by Alinar

Mosaic depicting Diana surprised by Actaeon whilst bathing, from Timgad (ancient Thamugadi), Algeria, Roman Civilization, 1st-2nd Century, Timgad, Musée De Timgad (Archaeological Museum), DeA Picture Library, licensed by Alinar

Diana mýtická bohyňa lovu - Hľadať Googlom

Diana mýtická bohyňa lovu - Hľadať Googlom

Diana Fontainebleau school

Diana Fontainebleau school

KPM porcelain plaque of "Diana" ~ With Actaeon ~ As a stag pursued by the goddess and his hounds ~ Origin Germany ~ Circa 1875-1885

KPM porcelain plaque of "Diana" ~ With Actaeon ~ As a stag pursued by the goddess and his hounds ~ Origin Germany ~ Circa 1875-1885