Pyramus and Thisbe from Metamorphoses, second anonymous French translation (Ovide moralisé). Made in Netherlands, last quarter of 15th Century.Royal 17 E IV   f. 55

Pyramus and Thisbe from Metamorphoses, second anonymous French translation (Ovide moralisé). Made in Netherlands, last quarter of 15th Century.Royal 17 E IV f. 55

Pyramus and Thisbe. c. 1745. This shows Thisbe at the moment that she has found Pyramus dead under the mulberry tree. She doesn't quite seem to be experiencing grief yet though as she is not pulling on her hair or pounding on her breasts.

Pyramus and Thisbe. c. 1745. This shows Thisbe at the moment that she has found Pyramus dead under the mulberry tree. She doesn't quite seem to be experiencing grief yet though as she is not pulling on her hair or pounding on her breasts.

15th century (first quarter?) France?  Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France: L´Epistre d’Othea by Christine de Pisan

15th century (first quarter?) France? Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France: L´Epistre d’Othea by Christine de Pisan

Pyramus and Thisbe; Thisbe at r discovering the body of Pyramus lying on the ground at l with a dagger in his side; landscape background with a large tree at centre and Cupid standing on a fountain at l.  c.1510  Colour woodcut printed from two blocks, th Hans Wechtlin

Pyramus and Thisbe; Thisbe at r discovering the body of Pyramus lying on the ground at l with a dagger in his side; landscape background with a large tree at centre and Cupid standing on a fountain at l. c.1510 Colour woodcut printed from two blocks, th Hans Wechtlin

Pyramus and Thisbe by Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472-1553). Original painting located at the Neue Residenz, Bamberg, Germany.

Pyramus and Thisbe by Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472-1553). Original painting located at the Neue Residenz, Bamberg, Germany.

Pyramus and Thisbe - Here in this depiction is an illustration of Pyramus. (Pyramus and Thisbe, by Gregorio Pagani. Uffizi Gallery)

Pyramus and Thisbe - Here in this depiction is an illustration of Pyramus. (Pyramus and Thisbe, by Gregorio Pagani. Uffizi Gallery)

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