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Fictile acroterium (architectural ornament) representing Pegasus, 450/430 B.C Artwork-location: Città Del Vaticano, Vatican Museums, Etruscan Museum

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Athene receives the head of Medousa from Perseus. The hero is depicted as a young man, wearing the winged boots of Hermes and the cap of darkness on his head. Athene holds the Gorgoneion (Gorgon head) by its snaky locks, its image reflecting in the mirror of the shield. ca 400 - 385 BC

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PHOTOS: Microscopic Life Drawings Still Dazzle 100 Years Later

FASHION ILLUSTRATION Click here to download Download whole gallery by jessica durrant Click here to download Download whole gallery Click here to download Download whole gallery Vintage jellyfish illustration Click here to download Download whole gallery

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Symmetry Symptom Artists take note - The Medusa is neither a vampire or a porn queen. Her power is more profound and dangerous and woe to those who invoke it carelessly.

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