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Cleopatra Facts, Pictures and Dress -- Ancient Egyptian Queen

Cleopatra - John William Waterhouse, 1888


stellar-raven: At the Garden Shrine, Pompeii (Date unknown) by John William Godward (1861-1922).


Bathsheba was a beautiful, clever and unscrupulous woman. She was seen by King David as she bathed, desired by him, and subsequently became pregnant to him even though married to the soldier Uriah, whom later David had killed....She was also the mother of King Solomon.....

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Atalanta - Huntress & Princess of Arcadia. Atalanta was an Arcadian princess and a favorite of the goddess Artemis. She was abandoned in the forest as a child and grew up in the wild.  She participated in the hunt for the Calydonian Boar and in some versions of the myth, joined Jason on the Argo.


John William Godward (1861-1922), The Tambourine Girl, Oil on canvas. c. 1906.


Enchantress of Wands (Queen of Wands) from the Tarot of Delphi. Meaning: Magnetic. Charismatic. Charming. Ambitious. Astute. Savvy. Sensual. Influential. Successful. Artwork: Athenais by John William Godward. Description: As the empress of the Eastern Roman Empire, Athenais proved to be an astute politician and social strategist. She used her influence for philanthropic projects, particularly keen to promote education, which had been so essential to her own success.

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Renaissance IV

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A Tryst, John William Godward . To the Pre-Raphaelites, according to William Michael Rossetti, "sloshy" meant "anything lax or scamped in the process of painting ... and hence ... any thing or person of a commonplace or conventional kind".[1] In contrast, the brotherhood wanted a return to the abundant detail, intense colours and complex compositions of Quattrocento Italian art.