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Carlo Antonio Porporati after Correggio (Antonio Allegri). The Bath of Leda. Italian, 18th century.

Carlo Antonio Porporati after Correggio (Antonio Allegri). The Bath of Leda. Italian, 18th century.

Ophelia (“And He Will Not Come Back Again”) (1865). Arthur Hughes (British, 1832-1915). Oil on canvas. Toledo Museum of Art.

Ophelia (“And He Will Not Come Back Again”) (1865). Arthur Hughes (British, 1832-1915). Oil on canvas. Toledo Museum of Art.

This picture. I cannot. It is literally too perfect. // The Rape of Ganymede by Rembrandt (1635) via History of Baroque Art.

This picture. I cannot. It is literally too perfect. // The Rape of Ganymede by Rembrandt (1635) via History of Baroque Art.

El Significado De La Antorcha Olímpica Y Las Olimpiadas En Londres 2012

El Significado De La Antorcha Olímpica Y Las Olimpiadas En Londres 2012

~ Atlas - He Who Holds Up The World ~ As punishment, he was condemned to bear forever on his back the earth and the heavens and on his shoulders the great pillar that separates them.

~ Atlas - He Who Holds Up The World ~ As punishment, he was condemned to bear forever on his back the earth and the heavens and on his shoulders the great pillar that separates them.

Prométheusz (titán) – Wikipédia

Prométheusz (titán) – Wikipédia

Unfortunately, Edith Hamilton is dead so someone else will have to write the revised compendium of mythology.

Unfortunately, Edith Hamilton is dead so someone else will have to write the revised compendium of mythology.

St. Gregory the Great was Pope from 590 to 604 and is known for his contributions to the Liturgy of the Mass. He built 6 monasteries in Sicily and founded a seventh in his home in Rome. He is one of the four great Doctors of the Latin Church and the first monk to become Pope. Despite his bodily ails and the frightful times he lived in, it has been said that no teacher of equal eminence has arose in the Church.

St. Gregory the Great Framed

St. Gregory the Great was Pope from 590 to 604 and is known for his contributions to the Liturgy of the Mass. He built 6 monasteries in Sicily and founded a seventh in his home in Rome. He is one of the four great Doctors of the Latin Church and the first monk to become Pope. Despite his bodily ails and the frightful times he lived in, it has been said that no teacher of equal eminence has arose in the Church.

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