Jason and Medea after the dragon has been put to sleep with what was in the bottle and cupid lurks in the background
Medea after killing her sons and fleeing
Medea and Pelias after she has dismembered a ram and it comes back to life
Medea and the daughters of Pelias as she prepares them to kill their own father
Phrixos as he rides the ram with the fleece as he is aided to freedom by the gods
Phineus and the Harpies as they steal away his food because he has been cursed by Zeus
Jason presenting the golden fleece to Pelias
Thaos in a box after being saved by his daughter Hypsipyle after Lemnian women decided to kill all the men.
Aeneas carries Anchises away from falling Troy on his shoulders
Statue: Aneas carries Anchises away from falling Troy on his shoulders
Laocoön and his sons being strangled by the sea monster of Poseidon
Odysseus washes up on island of the Phaeacians and is seen by Nausicaa
Vase: Odysseus washes up on island of the Phaeacians and is seen by Nausicaa
Funeral mask also known as "Agamemnon Mask"
Judgment of Paris; From the left: Athena, Aphrodite, Hera, Paris, Hermes
Vase: Judgment of Paris; From the left: Hera, Athena, Aphrodite, Hermes, Paris
Greeks disguised inside the Trojan Horse; one of the earliest renditions
Depiction of Homer who appears blind, part of painting is cut off
Rhea feeding Kronos a stone in order to save Zeus
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