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This picture is a great illustration showing the battle between Hercules and the Nemean Lion. This was one of Hercules first big battles (after killing his two sons). Hercules would then take the lion skin and head and wear it proudly. He is shown in several paintings and sculptures with this image. Peter Paul Rubens illustrates the battle between Hercules and the Nemean Lion.

The Nemean Lion

Hercules Fighting the Nemean Lion, Peter Paul Rubens: Badass work.I only wish he had painted Hercules on the cat's back, sinking in a Rear-naked instead of a Guillotine.

John William Waterhouse “A Hamadryad” 1893 (modified)  John William Waterhouse (1849-1917) English Pre-Raphaelite painter.  Oil on canvas  Plymouth Art Gallery,...

John William Waterhouse “A Hamadryad” 1893 (modified) John William Waterhouse English Pre-Raphaelite painter. Oil on canvas Plymouth Art Gallery,.

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The Storm - Pierre-Auguste Cot (French, c. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Collection, Bequest of Catharine Lorillard Wolfe, 1887

Salvador Dali's Magnetic Jesus

Cristo de San Juan de la Cruz (Christ of St. John of the Cross), 1951 - Salvador Dali

Zeus and Thor by ryomablood  Accessed 28/12/2014

Mythology - Ares had a miserable childhood. The only son of the mighty Zeus, ruler of the Olympians, and his wife Hera, Ares was disliked by his father from the moment he was born and was barely tolerated from then on.

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"The Nightmare" by John Henry Fuseli (Johann Heinrich Füssli), (Goethe-Museum, Frankfurt).

“Heráclito, el filósofo que llora”, Pedro Pablo Rubens (Taller de). Óleo sobre lienzo, 1636 – 1638

“Heráclito, el filósofo que llora”, Pedro Pablo Rubens (Taller de). Óleo sobre lienzo, 1636 – 1638

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