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The Goddess Fortuna

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"Die Gerechtikait", Serie "Die sieben Tugenden", c.1510, Hans Burgmair der Ältere (1473-1531)  Public Domain

The Seven Virtues / Gerechtikait (Justice)

Wheel of fortune, cards position both makes it the perfect culmination and embodiment of the the cycle of life as well as being and excess that supersedes it.

Wheel of fortune, cards position both makes it the perfect culmination and embodiment of the the cycle of life as well as being and excess that supersedes it.

Martin Rota  Naked winged figure of Time in the centre turning the wheel of fortune upon which rides a Turk, in lower right is a female personifiation of Religion and at left Death holds a sickle, below are many dead Turkish and European soldiers. 1572

Martin Rota Naked winged figure of Time in the centre turning the wheel of fortune upon which rides a Turk, in lower right is a female personifiation of Religion and at left Death holds a sickle, below are many dead Turkish and European soldiers.

The Wheel of Fortune from Hortus Deliciarum, 1190

Calque de Miniatures de l’Hortus Deliciarum de Herrade de Landsberg du XIIe siecle. Estampes Ad 144 a)Hortus Deliciarum

Abundancia, Iconologia Cesare Ripa

Abundancia, Iconologia Cesare Ripa

Alma racional y bendita, Iconología Cesare Ripa

Alma racional y bendita, Iconología Cesare Ripa

The wheel of the planets.  An Alchemy artwork.

The wheel of the planets. An Alchemy artwork.

Le Roman de la Rose. | Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meung - Europeana

Le Roman de la Rose. | Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meung - Europeana

Sebastian Brant, The Ship of Fools, trans. Alexander Barclay (1509), "Of the mutabylyte of fortune"

The Wheel of Fortune (Rota Fortunae), is a concept in medieval philosophy referring to the capricious nature of Fate

Beham, (Hans) Sebald (1500-1550): Fortuna. Engraving, allegorical figure representing Fortune, 1541. P. 143, first state of six.  Scan by Yellow Lion

Hans Sebald Beham, "The Goddess Fortuna", 1541

10 Wheel of Fortune. Life moves in cycles and is constantly changing

medieval manuscripts wheel of fortune

1500 dance of death ~ I like the urgency of obtaining one more Earthly possession to burden himself with - before Death has his way.

1500 dance of death ~ I like the urgency of obtaining one more Earthly possession to burden himself with - before Death has his way.

Master of the E-Series (active c. 1465), printmaker  Object name:print  Rhetoric (Rhetorica XXIII)

Master of the E-Series (active c. printmaker Object name:print Rhetoric (Rhetorica XXIII)