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Artist: Alessio-b

Southworth & Hawes Unidentified Woman ca. 1850

Lucien Levy-Dhurmer, Florence, 1898

The Pythia. -- The Pythia, commonly known as the Oracle of Delphi, was the priestess at the Temple of Apollo at Delphi, located on the slopes of Mount Parnassus. The Pythia was widely credited for her prophecies inspired by Apollo. The Delphic oracle was established in the 8th century BC. The last recorded response was given during AD 393, when the emperor Theodosius I ordered pagan temples to cease operation.


Medusa (1595 - 1598) Caravaggio Merisi Style Early Baroque / 'scudo da parata' Medici family collections in Florence Medium Oil on canvas

"Wound up and let down" Eelus

"A whole in one" - Photo of Stella Tennant in Junya Watanabe, by Nathaniel Goldberg.

The matter of a thought by Vsevolod Shvayba.

Sandro Botticelli - Birth of Venus (detail), 1485