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Argus | Hundred-eyed monster of Greek mythology, Argus was guardian to Hera, queen of the gods. Hera dispatched Argus to stand watch over the nymph, Io, a rival for Zeus's attentions. After Hermes beheaded Argus at Zeus's bidding, Hera adorned the peacock's tail with her slain sentinel's eyes
Alexandre Cabanel (French, 1823–1889). Echo, 1874. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mary Phelps Smith, in memory of her husband, Howard Caswell Smith, 1965 (65.258.1) | In Greek mythology Echo is the beautiful nymph who falls in love with Narcissus, a handsome youth who loves only his own reflection.