Theseus and Amphitrite with Athena looking on. Interior from an Attic red-figure cup by Onesimos, an ancient Athenian vase painter, 500–490 BC.
lionofchaeronea: “ During the sack of Troy, Ajax son of Oileus (aka Locrian Ajax or Ajax “the Lesser”) seizes Cassandra, who has taken refuge at a statue of Athena. Tondo of an Attic red-figure cup, attributed to the Codros Painter; ca. 440-430 BCE....
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Pottery: red-figured hydria. -450BC-440BC
Heracles & Apollo struggling over the Delphic tripod, with Athena & Artemis | Greek vase, Athenian black figure kylix
Dionysus, flanked by sileni (or satyrs). Interior of an Attic red-figure cup, attributed to the Brygos Painter; ca. 480 BCE. Now in the Cabinet des Médailles, Paris.
Emma Hart, Lady Hamilton by George Romney » nonahyytinen.
In Greek mythology, Cassandra was the daughter of King Priam and Queen Hecuba of Troy. Her beauty caused Apollo to grant her the gift of prophecy. In an alternative version, she spent a night at Apollo's temple, at which time the temple snakes licked her ears clean so that she was able to hear the future. When she did not return his love, Apollo placed a curse on her so that no one would ever believe her predictions.