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The planet Saturn is depicted as the Roman god Saturnus, holding his symbolic attributes, a sickle and scythe; at left, a half-human, half-fish figure pouring water from a vessel representing the zodiacal sign of Aquarius and a goat representing Capricorn (the signs are governed by Saturn); from a series of seven woodcuts in the school/style of Lucas Cranach the Younger, 1550–70. (British Museum)

The planet Saturn is depicted as the Roman god Saturnus, holding his symbolic attributes, a sickle and scythe; at left, a half-human, half-fish figure pouring water from a vessel representing the zodiacal sign of Aquarius and a goat representing Capricorn (the signs are governed by Saturn); from a series of seven woodcuts in the school/style of Lucas Cranach the Younger, 1550–70. (British Museum)

Mars from a series of The Seven Planets. Seen from behind, the head in profile to right; wearing armour; a scorpion representing Scorpio at upper left; a ram for Aries on the ground at right; from a series of seven engravings of the planetary gods as whole-length figures standing in landscapes with symbols of their respective signs of the Zodiac. 1528 Engraving Print made by: Monogrammist IB School/style: German  Date: 1528 Materials: paper Technique: engraving Height: 83 millimetres Width…

Mars from a series of The Seven Planets. Seen from behind, the head in profile to right; wearing armour; a scorpion representing Scorpio at upper left; a ram for Aries on the ground at right; from a series of seven engravings of the planetary gods as whole-length figures standing in landscapes with symbols of their respective signs of the Zodiac. 1528 Engraving Print made by: Monogrammist IB School/style: German Date: 1528 Materials: paper Technique: engraving Height: 83 millimetres Width…

Hans Sebald Beham, Venus

Hans Sebald Beham, Venus

Saturnus - De Sphaera - Biblioteca Estense - circa 1470

Saturnus - De Sphaera - Biblioteca Estense - circa 1470

Beham, (Hans) Sebald (1500-1550): Jupiter, from The Seven Planets with the Signs of the Zodiac, 1539 (Bartsch 115; Pauli, Holl. 117)

Beham, (Hans) Sebald (1500-1550): Jupiter, from The Seven Planets with the Signs of the Zodiac, 1539 (Bartsch 115; Pauli, Holl. 117)

Typhon was the most deadly monster of Greek mythology. The last son of Gaia, fathered by Tartarus, he was known as the "Father of All Monsters"; his wife Echidna was likewise the "Mother of All Monsters." | chapter 58

Typhon was the most deadly monster of Greek mythology. The last son of Gaia, fathered by Tartarus, he was known as the "Father of All Monsters"; his wife Echidna was likewise the "Mother of All Monsters." | chapter 58

Mercurius woodcut

Mercurius woodcut

Mars; whole-length figure dressed as a warrior, walking to right, holding a burning torch and a banner; at right a ram representing Aries and at centre a scorpion representing Scorpio; from a series of seven woodcuts.

Mars; whole-length figure dressed as a warrior, walking to right, holding a burning torch and a banner; at right a ram representing Aries and at centre a scorpion representing Scorpio; from a series of seven woodcuts.

marinni | Семь планет-The seven planets. Гравюры разных художников. 16 век

marinni | Семь планет-The seven planets. Гравюры разных художников. 16 век

Plate 1: Saturn; male WL figure, the l lower leg amputated and placed on a prosthetic device, holding a child in his l arm; with Aquarius at r and a goat representing Capricorn at l; from a series of seven engravings of the planetary gods with their signs of the zodiac. c.1539 Engraving

Plate 1: Saturn; male WL figure, the l lower leg amputated and placed on a prosthetic device, holding a child in his l arm; with Aquarius at r and a goat representing Capricorn at l; from a series of seven engravings of the planetary gods with their signs of the zodiac. c.1539 Engraving

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