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Nicolas Poussin : Volumnia ai piedi di Coriolano

Gaius Marcius Coriolanus was a Roman general who is said to have lived in the century BC. He received his toponymic cognomen "Coriolanus" because of his exceptional valor in a Roman siege of the Volscian city of Corioli.

EL RINCON DE MIS AFICIONES: ¡¡ALFREDO RODRIGUEZ-PINTOR MEJICANO LA ESPECTACULAR OBRA DE !!

Native American food Native Americans looked to the earth for their foods and ate things that may not be considered common today. For example, acorns were a major North American Indian Food.

References to obscure foods abound in Shakespeare. Know your codlings from carbonadoes? Your umbles from jumbles? We crack open Renaissance cookbooks to figure out how to feast like the Bard.

Cooking With The Bard: We Suss Out Shakespeare's Forgotten Foods

The King Drinks, by the century artist Jacob Jordaens, illustrates a feasting scene from William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. The Shakespearean larder teems with intriguing-sounding food.

Hugues Merle (French, 1823-1881), "Hamlet and Ophelia"

Jenny of Oldstones and the Prince of Dragonflies. (Hugues Merle, Hamlet and Ophelia)

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overthetrail: “ Female Band Serenading Cows The Ingenues, an all-girls band and vaudeville act, serenading the cows in the University of Wisconsin-Madison Dairy Barn in a scientific test of whether.

The Rape of the Sabine Women - Ratto delle Sabine - Wikipedia

The Abduction of the Sabine Women Nicolas Poussin (French, Les Andelys Rome) Date: probably Medium: Oil on canvas Dimensions: 60 x 82 in. x cm) Classification: Paintings Credit Line: Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1946 Accession Number:

centuriespast: “  POUSSIN, Nicolas Assumption of the Virgin 1630-32 Oil on canvas, 134 x 98 cm National Gallery of Art, Washington ”

POUSSIN, Nicolas Assumption of the Virgin Oil on canvas, 134 x 98 cm National Gallery of Art, Washington

Shylock and Jessica, illustration from 'The Merchant of Venice', c.1910

Pre Raphaelite Art: James Dromgole Linton - Shylock and Jessica, illustration from 'The Merchant of Venice',

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