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Choose from 37 pictures in our Myths & Legends collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Pandora Featured Myths & Legends Image

Pandora

Pandora. Pandora (the all-gifted') was the first mortal woman according to the Greek poet Hesiod. She was sent by Zeus as a gift to Epithemus. She brought a box (a jar in Hesiod's original version) which, when opened, released all the world's evils. Only Hope remained. After a Victorian painting

© Ann Ronan Picture Library / Heritage-Images

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Arch-Druid in his full Judicial Costume (From The Costume of the Original Inhabitants of the Britis Artist: Smith, Charles Hamilton (1776-1859) Featured Myths & Legends Image

Arch-Druid in his full Judicial Costume (From The Costume of the Original Inhabitants of the Britis Artist: Smith, Charles Hamilton (1776-1859)

Arch-Druid in his full Judicial Costume (From The Costume of the Original Inhabitants of the British Islands by Meyrick and Sm, 1815. Private Collection

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Helene - Femme De Menelas, 1403, (1939). Artist: Master of Berrys Cleres Femmes Featured Myths & Legends Image

Helene - Femme De Menelas, 1403, (1939). Artist: Master of Berrys Cleres Femmes

Helene - Femme De Menelas, 1403, (1939). In Greek mythology, Helen is the daughter of Zeus and Leda. According to legend, she was the most beautiful woman in the world, only the goddess Aphrodite surpassing her in this field. The illustration is part of the manuscript De Claris mulieribus, traduction anonyme en francais (Livre des femmes nobles et renommees) by Giovanni Boccaccio, housed in the Bibliotheque nationale de France, Paris. From Verve - Nos. 5-6, July-October 1939. [Verve, France, 1939]

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