GODS AND MYTHS


Non-classical
  Mother and child, pre-Christian—see Virgin and Child, miscellaneous
  Celtic
  Nordic and German
    Cisa
    Abgötter der alten Sachsen (1570)
    Nordic and German gods and heroes
Classical
  Unidentified mythological representations
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Creation, and division of the universe by Jupiter, Pluto and Neptune
  Mystery cults
    Villa Item, Pompeii
    Miscellaneous
  Beginnings of idolatry
  Falling idols
  Early Greek idols
  Cycles
    Antique
      Concesti amphora, St Petersburg
      Gjölbaschi-Trysa reliefs, Vienna
      Parthenon frieze, London
      Groups of classical gods
    Post-Antique
      Miscellaneous
      Anon., Palazzo del Corgna, Castiglione del Lago
      Anon., Loseley Park (from Nonsuch Palace?)
      Bonasone, Amorosi diletti degli dei
      Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale, cod. 9242
      Cesio, after Carracci, Farnese ceiling
      Correggio, Camera di S. Paolo
      Della Bella, Jeu des Fables
      Fogolino, frieze from Ca'Impenta, Vicenza
      Ghisi after Primaticcio
      Luca Giordano, Palazzo Riccardi, Florence
      Giulio Romano, Palazzo del Tè
      Goltzius, after Polidoro Caldera
      Cornelis van Haarlem, Four Falls
      Johann Herold, Heydenwelt (1554)
      Peruzzi, Farnesina and Castello di Belcaro
      Piccolomini library
      Rosso, Fontainebleau
      Schiavone or Tintoretto, Modena
      Tapestries
      Jacob de Wit, Amsterdam
      Jacopo Zucchi, Palazzo Ruspoli
  Assembly of the gods
    Census
    Jupiter holding counsel to destroy the world
    Miscellaneous
  Feast of the gods
    Miscellaneous
    Giovanni Bellini
  Acis
  Acidalia
  Achelous
  Adonis
    Census
      Sarcophagus, cathedral sacristy, Bieda
      Sarcophagus, Palazzo Ducale, Mantua
      Sarcophagus, Louvre, Paris
      Sarcophagus, Palazzo Rospigliosi, Rome
      Sarcophagus, Palazzo Rospigliosi, Rome    
    Cycles
      Swanevelt
      Miscellaneous
    Tammuz-Adonis
    Single Figure
    Birth
      From a tree
      From a tree-like woman
    Venus and Adonis
      Before the chase
      Adonis leaving
      Discovered by Mars
      Miscellaneous incidents
      Death of Adonis
        Venus not present
        Venus discovering the dead Adonis
        Venus mourning over the body of Adonis
        Venus mourning at the tomb of Adonis
  Adrastus—see Historia Thebana
  Aegeus
  Aeneas
    Deification
  Aeolus
  Aesacus
  Aesculapius
    Census
      Statue, Palazzo Reale, Caseria
      Statue, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
      Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Statue, Museo Torlonia, Rome
      Statue, Vatican Gardens, Rome
      Headless statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Head, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Headless statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Bust, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Funerary relief, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Headless statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Aesculapius with Hygieia, relief, Louvre, Paris
      Aesculapius with Hygieia, statues, Museo Archeologico, Turin
      Statue, Borghese collection, untraced
      Miscellaneous and unidentified
    Flemish 16th-century chest
    Heads and busts
    Single figure, full length
    With Hygieia
    With Telesphorus
    Apollo entrusts Chiron with infant Aesculapius
    How Aesculapius came to Rome as a serpent
    Miscellaneous
    Votive reliefs
  Aganippe
  Aion
    Census
      Statue, location unknown
    Miscellaneous
  Alcestis
    Census
      Sarcophagus, formerly Villa Faustina, Cannes
      Sarcophagus, Palazzo Rinuccini, Florence
      Sarcophagus, S. Maria delle Vigne, Genoa
    Miscellaneous
  Alcmene
  Alcon
  Alcyone (and Ceyx)
  Alektryon
  Alope
    Census
      Alope and Theseus, sarcophagus, Villa Doria-Pamphilij, Rome
  Amalthea
  Amazons
    Census
      Amazonomachies
        Sarcophagus, Antikensammlung, Berlin
        Relief, from the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, British Museum, London
        Sarcophagus, Palazzo Ducale, Mantua
        Sarcophagus, Villa Doria-Pamphilij, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Palazzo de’ Conservatori, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Palazzo Lancelotti, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Palazzo Rospigliosi, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Belvedere (no. 49), Vatican, Rome 
        Sarcophagus, Belvedere (no. 69), Vatican, Rome 
        Sarcophagus, Vatican/Palazzo Salviati/British Museum, Rome and London
        Sarcophagus, San Simeon, California, USA
        Sarcophagus, private collection, Venice
        Sarcophagus relief, lost
        Sarcophagus, broken
      Single figure etc.
        Amazon on a fallen horse, statue, Palazzo Patrizi, Rome
        Statue, Wilton House
        Amazon on a fallen horse, sarcophagus fragment (?), location unknown
        Amazon with a fallen companion, terracotta plaque, lost
        Statue, fragment, lost
    Amazonomachies
      Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, BM, London
      Temple of Apollo, Phigalia, BM, London
      Louvre, Paris
      Museo Archeologico, Florence
      Medieval illuminations
      Miscellaneous
    Heads, busts and half-lengths
    Single figure
      On horseback
      Not on horseback
    Miscellaneous 
  Ambracia
  Amor [Cupid]
    Census
      Sleeping
        Statue, Uffizi, Florence (Mansuelli 108)
        Statue, Uffizi, Florence (not in Mansuelli)
        Funerary altar, Syon Lodge, Isleworth (?)
        Relief, formerly Montecassino, lost
        Statue, formerly Cesi and Ludovisi collections, Rome, now lost
        Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Stringing a bow
        Statue, Museo Capitolino, Rome
        Torso, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 80
        Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 121
        Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 170
        Torso, lost—Rubens drawing
      With down-turned torch—see GODS & MYTHS Genius of death  
      Miscellaneous
        With dolphin, statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        With knee raised, statue, Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek, Copenhagen (type)
        Walking, original unidentified
        With cloak of Mars, statue, Museo Archeologico, Florence
    Cycles
      Odoardo Fialetti, Scherzi d'Amore
      Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale, cod. 11140
    Classical art
    Various attitudes
      Sleeping
      Resting
      In reverie
      Running
      Flying
      As musician
    Various attributes
      Blindfold
      Claw-footed
      With globe
      With scales
      With trident
      With shield
      Carrying/lighting a torch
      With down-turned torch—see GODS & MYTHS Genius of death
      With trophies
      Miscellaneous
    With birds, fish, animals
      On an eagle
      Playing/fighting with a goat
      With unicorn
      On horseback
      With fish/dolphin
      With lion
      With snail
      Miscellaneous
    With bow and arrows
      Sharpening arrows
      Carving or stringing a bow
      Drawing a bow
      Shooting arrows at a couple
      Shooting an arrow (miscellaneous)
      With arrows, without bow
      Breaking bow, or breaking arrows
      Not shooting, miscellaneous
    Allegories
       The power of Amor
       Triumph of Amor/Amor on his car/chariot
       Amor as the child Hercules
       Amor vincit omnia
       Amor's power contested
         Punishment of Amor
         Crucifixion of Amor
         Amor and Castitas or Temperantia
         Amor and Time
         Amor in the rain/in winter
      Amor, sacred and profane (Eros and Anteros)
        Cycle
          Gillis van Schoor 1636
        So-called Sacred and profane love, Titian
        Amor, Jocus and Venus
        Miscellaneous
      Navis Amoris
      Miscellaneous allegories
    Amor and other deities
      With Apollo
      With Bacchus
      With Mars
      With nymphs and Graces
      With Pan
      With Vulcan
      With other deities
      Disarming of Amor
      Education of Amor
    Amor: miscellaneous iconographies
      Foliate Amor
      Without attributes--no distinctive iconography
      In portraits and genre scenes
      Sacrifice to/worship of Amor
      Inscriptions
      Adaptations
    Amor and Psyche
      Census
        Relief, ‘letto di Policleto’, once owned by Ghiberti, now lost
        Funerary relief, Palazzo Trinci, Foligno
        Sarcophagus, S. Agnese, Rome
        Relief, Casa di Rienzo, Rome
        Statue (fragment), Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Gem, formerly in the Palazzo Grimani, Venice
        Sarcophagus, Psyche burning the weapons of Amor, National Museum, Warsaw 
      General
        In classical art
        Embracing
        Triumph
        Scenes which do not appear in Apuleius' narrative
      Cycles
        Florentine cassone, Simon collection, Berlin
        Venetian cassone, Schmid collection, Munich
        Coypel tapestries, Louvre
        Boucher designs and Beauvais tapestries
        Giulio Romano, Palazzo del Tè
        Engravings after Giulio Romano
        Gobelins tapestries, designs attributed to Giulio Romano
        Daniel van den Dyck, Villa Venier, Brenta
        Master of the die, after Coxie
        Miscellaneous, after Coxie
        Gerard Lanscroon, Harrowden
        Perino del Vaga, Castel Sant' Angelo, Rome
        Raphael, Farnesina, Rome
        Taddeo Zuccaro, Castel Orsini, Bracciano
        Miscellaneous
      Story of Amor and Psyche: individual scenes
        Psyche, worshipped as a goddess, incurs the anger of Venus
        Psyche’s father consults the oracle
        Psyche taken into the wilderness and carried off by Zephyrus
        Psyche asleep in the garden; she wakes to discover Amor’s palace
        Toilet of Psyche/Psyche served in the palace
        Amor and Psyche as lovers (Psyche asleep)
        Psyche in Amor's palace, visited by sisters/tormented by Furies
        Psyche discovers Amor; Amor leaves her
        Psyche saved from drowning
        Psyche consoled by Pan
        Psyche appealing to Venus/sent to underworld by Venus
        Psyche in the underworld
        Psyche woken by Amor
        Psyche carried to Olympus by Mercury
        Apotheosis of Psyche
        Reconciliation of Psyche and Venus
        Betrothal and wedding feast of Amor and Psyche
        Miscellaneous episodes
  Amoretti
    Census
      In a chariot race at the circus
        Relief, Antikensammlung, Berlin, and British Museum, London  
      With animals
        With two cocks and a pillar, gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Boar hunt, sarcophagus, Villa Medici, Rome
        Sheep, relief, Villa Medici, Rome
        On dolphins, gem, Hermitage, St Petersburg
      With divine attributes
        Cycle
          Ravenna ‘thrones’, Milan and Florence
        With attributes of Ceres
          ‘Throne’, Palazzo Arcivescovile, Ravenna
        With attributes of Mars
          Base, Uffizi, Florence
          Base, Louvre, Paris
          Base, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 104
          Base, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 114
        With attributes of Neptune
          Relief, San Vitale, Ravenna
        With attributes of Saturn
          Relief, Louvre, Paris
        With attributes of Saturn
          Relief, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      With Bacchic cult objects
        Sarcophagus, S. Antonio, Padua
        Sarcophagus, Louvre, Paris
        Sarcophagus, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Sarcophagus, Villa Albani, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Palazzo Mattei, Rome
      Bacchanals
        Octagonal cinerary urn, Museo Capitolino, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Villa Medici, Rome
        Relief, Villa Medici, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Museo Chiaromonti, Vatican, Rome
      Harvesting vintage
        Mosaics, S. Costanza, Rome
        Sarcophagus, S. Lorenzo fuori le mure, Rome
        Sarcophagus, S. Maria in Aracoeli, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Vatican, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Cathedral, Salerno
      With clipeus or portrait bust
        Grave relief, Three Pigeons Inn, Richmond, London
        Relief, with boys offering libations, Louvre, Paris
        Sarcophagus, with Tellus, Oceanus, Apollo, Minerva, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Sarcophagus, with Tellus, Oceanus, Ganymede, Amor, Psyche, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Sarcophagus, with Amor, Psyche, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Sarcophagus, with Tellus, Oceanus, S. Paolo a Ripa del Arno, Pisa
        Sarcophagus, with Tellus, Oceanus, Amor, Psyche, S. Agnese, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Palazzo Altieri, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Museo Nazionale, Rome
        Sarcophagus, with Minerva, Apollo, River Gods, Vatican, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Cathedral, Salerno
        Sarcophagus, Museo Doicesano, Volterra
      With tablet
        Sarcophagus, Pieve di S. Giorgio, Argenta, Ferrara
        Sarcophagus, Museo Civico, Asolo
        Sarcophagus, formerly Hever Castle, lost
        Sarcophagus, Museo Civico, Pavia
        Sarcophagus, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Sarcophagus, S. Giovanni in Laterano, Rome 
        Sarcophagus, S. Francesco, Ravenna
        Sarcophagus, SS. Giovanni e Paolo, Venice
        Sarcophagus, S. Maria Assunta, Torcello, Venice
      With garlands
        Sarcophagus, formerly Palazzo Gherardesca, Florence—see Philoctetes
        Sarcophagus, Pieve di S. Giuliano a Settimo, Florence
        Sarcophagus, Duomo, Ivrea
        Sarcophagus, formerly Pawlowsk, Russia: lost?
        Sarcophagus, Campo Santo, Pisa, Dütschke 70
        Sarcophagus, Campo Santo, Pisa, Dütschke 134
        Sarcophagus, Campo Santo, Pisa, Dütschke 149
        Sarcophagus, formerly Galli collection, Rome
        Sarcophagus, formerly Villa Madama, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Villa Medici, Rome
        Sarcophagus, unidentified
      Miscellaneous
        In sailing boats, sarcophagus, S. Pietro in Valle, Ferentillo
        Holding vessels with fruit, relief, Baths of Diocletian, Rome (lost?)
        With acanthus scrolls, relief, Trajan’s Forum, Rome—see ORNAMENT
        Funerary altar, Museo Lapidario, Verona
        Punishing Pan, sarcophagus, unidentified
        With Victories, sarcophagus, Villa Doria-Pamphilij, Rome, see VICTORIES
        Early Christian sarcophagus, SS. Apostoli, Rome
        Mosaics, S. Costanza, Rome, see AMORETTI HARVESTING VINTAGE
    Cycles
    Amoretti with animals
      Cycle
      As charioteers
      As hunters
      Fishing/angling
      Riding/with goat
      Riding/with dolphin, sea-monster etc.
      Riding/with various animals and fabulous creatures
    Amoretti harvesting vintage, and/or playing with Bacchic cult objects
    Bacchanal of Amoretti
    Amoretti playing
      With satyr's mask
      Various games
    Amoretti dancing
    Amoretti fighting
    Amoretti: various activities and contexts
      As musicians
      Forging arrows
      Kissing
      Mourning
      Measuring
      Enacting the Meleager myth
      Sacrificing
      Being sold
      Contest with nymphs of Diana
      Practising the liberal arts/enacting the triumph of the arts
      Triumph of purity
    Amoretti holding objects
      With garlands and vignettes
      With flowers, fruit, plants
      With trophies/weapons
      Holding stemma, portrait or inscription
      Holding/with various objects
    Amoretti: various attitudes
      On clouds/flying about
      Miscellaneous
  Amphiaraus
  Amphion
  Amphitrite
    Without Neptune  
    With Neptune, without sea-gods
    With Neptune, with sea-gods
    Miscellaneous
  Amymone
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Andromache
  Angerona
    Census
      Bronze statuettes, late 15th-century Italian
    Miscellaneous
  Annona
    Census
      Contorniate, British Museum, London
    Miscellaneous
  Antaeus
  Antiope
  Apis
  Apollo
    Census
      Statue, Belvedere, Vatican, Rome
        Drawings after
        Prints after
        Statue after
        Adaptations
      Heads and busts
        Gem, Hermitage, St Petersburg
        Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 27  
        Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 97
        Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 134
        Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 178
      Torsi or headless
        Torso, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
        Torso, Sauroctonos, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Headless, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 89 
        Headless, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 225
      Citharoedus: playing cithara or lyre
        Statue, Villa Poggio-Imperiale, Florence
        Gem, British Museum, London
        Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Statue, Charlottenhof, Potsdam
        Statue, Palazzo Altemps, Rome
        Statue, formerly Savelli collection, Rome
        Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      With other deities, satyrs, etc.
        Apollo and Marsyas, gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Apollo and Diana, relief, Villa Medici, Rome
        Apollo and Mercury, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Miscellaneous
        Statue, Uffizi, Florence
        Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Triangular altar base dedicated to Apollo, Museo Nazionale, Rome
        Statuette, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 51
        Apollo Lykeios, Museo Archeologico,Venice, 101
    Apollo Belvedere: copies and adaptations after 1600
    Classical art
      Heads only
      Single figure, standing
      Praxitelean types
      Omphalos-Apollo
      Single figure, seated
    Apollo Citharoedus
      Classical art
      Post-classical art
    Various types
      Apollo Helios
      Apollo Medicus
      Apollo and the swans
      With various attributes
    Cults
      Delphic oracle
      Delos
      Temple of Apollo, general
      Miscellaneous cults
    Miscellaneous
      Apollo as protector of the arts
      Apollo in various allegorical contexts
      Single figure, post-classical art
      Adaptations
    Apollo and other deities
      With Amor/Amoretti
      With Diana
      With the Graces
      With Hercules
      With Mercury
      With the Muses
      With Thetis
      With Venus
      With various deities
    Cycles
    Apollo: various myths
      Guarding the herds of Admetus
      With Coronis
      With Hyacinth
      With Leucothoe
      With the serpent Python
      Miscellaneous
    Apollo and Daphne 
      Cycles
      Daphne alone
      Apollo finding Daphne asleep
      Apollo trying to persuade Daphne
      Daphne fleeing Apollo
        Before transformation of Daphne
        During transformation of Daphne
          With Peneus
          Without Peneus
            Bernini, Galleria Borghese
            Miscellaneous
      End of the chase: Apollo embracing transformed Daphne
      The rivers consoling Peneus
    Apollo and Marsyas
      Census—see Marsyas
      Cycles
        G. Sanuto
        Sienese, 16th century
        Miscellaneous
      Knife grinder from the Apollo and Marsyas group
      Miscellaneous
      Adaptations
      Contest          
        With Midas
        Without Midas
      Flaying of Marsyas
        Marsyas with human feet  
        Marsyas with goat feet
  Arethusa
    Census
      Syracusan decadrachmon, National Gallery of Art, Washington
    Heads, busts, single figure
    Chased by Alpheus
    Telling Ceres her story
  Ariadne
    Census
      Statue, Museo Archeologico, Florence
      Statue, Belvedere, Vatican, Rome
    Single figure, not asleep
    Abandoned on Naxos    
    Alone, asleep
      Vatican type
      Not Vatican type
    Triumph of Ariadne (without Bacchus)
    Adaptations
  Arion
  Aristeus
  Astraea
  Atalanta (of Arcadia)--see Meleager
  Atalanta (of Boeotia)
    Single figure
    Atalanta wrestling with Peleus
    Atalanta out-running her suitors
    Hippomenes receives the apples from Venus
    The race of Atalanta and Hippomenes
    Hippomenes triumphant, with Atalanta
    Atalanta and Hippomenes at the temple of Cybele
  Ate
  Athamas
  Athena
    Census
      Full-length, standing
        Torso, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
        Statue, Palazzo Pitti, Florence
        Etruscan bronze, Museo Archeologico, Florence
        Statue, Liebighaus, Frankfurt-am-Main
        Farnese, statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Statue, Louvre, Paris
        Colossal statue, Museo Capitolino, Rome
        Keystone from arch, Palazzo de’ Conservatori, Rome
        Este, statue, Museo Chiaramonti, Vatican, Rome, 63
        Este, statue, Museo Chiaramonti, Vatican, Rome, 403
        Giustiniani, statue, Vatican, Rome
        Headless statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Altoviti, statue, Boscoli drawing in Uffizi, location unknown
        Cesi, statue, Carpi drawing and print, location unknown
        Giustiniani, statue, drawings and print, location unknown
        Headless, 16th-century Roman drawing, location unknown
        16th-century bronze statuette, original unidentified
        Drawing from circle of Puligo, original unidentified
      Heads and Busts
        Bust, intaglio, Charlottenburg, Potsdam, Berlin
        Head, gem, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Bust, figured capital, Pisa
        Head, statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 4
        Bust, statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 112 
        Bust, statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 227
        Head, statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 264-B
        Head, statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 268 
      Various contexts
        Athena and Neptune disputing over Athens, gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Altar, Museo Capitolino, Rome
        As patroness of the arts, relief, Forum of Nerva, Rome
        Driving a chariot/biga, gem, Kress collection, National Gallery of Art, Washington
    Standing figure
      Classical art: Promachos type
      Classical art: general
      Post-classical art
      Palladium
      Winged Athena
    Seated figure
    Heads, busts, half-lengths
    In chariot
    Various positions
    Allegorical functions
      Athena carrying the statue of Victory
      Athena crowning
      Minerva pacifica
      Pallas pudica
      Athena as wisdom/patroness of learning
      Athena as patroness of the arts
      Athena as virtue/with virtues/overcoming vice
      Athena: miscellaneous allegorical functions
    Athena and other deities or heroes
      With Cybele
      With Hercules
      With Hygieia
      With Mars
      With Marsyas
      With Mercury
      With Neptune (contest for patronage of Athens)
      With miscellaneous deities
    Athena: myths
      Cycles
      Birth of Athena
      Athena and Arachne
      Athena invents clothing
      Athena visits Envy
      Miscellaneous
    Sacrifice to/by Athena
    Adaptations
  Atlas
    Census
      Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
    Atlas carrying the world
    Atlas and Hercules
    Atlas and Perseus
    Atlas: manuscripts and texts
    Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
  Atreus
    Census
      Atreus Farnese, statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
    Miscellaneous
  Attis
    Census
      Bust, Museo Nazionale, Rome
    Miscellaneous
  Aurora
    Aurora and Cephalus
    Aurora and Tithonus
    Miscellaneous
  Bacchus
    Census
      Bacchic sarcophagi
        Bacchanal with sacrifice, Allard Pierson Museum, Amsterdam
        Bacchic figures in niches, Pergamon Museum, Berlin
        Bacchic procession, Staatliche Museen, Berlin
        Finding of Ariadne, Blenheim Palace
        Infancy of Bacchus, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston
        Bacchic combat, Duomo, Cortona
        Bacchic figures in niches, S. Pietro, Ferentillo
        Indian triumph, Uffizi, Florence
        Triumphal procession, S. Agostino, Genoa
        Triumphal procession, Abbazia, Grottaferrata
        Combat with Indians, Abbazia, Grottaferrata
        Hever Castle—see Amsterdam
        Bacchic procession; punishment of Pan, British Museum, London, 2298
          Photos of the original
          Drawings, prints, statues etc. after entire sarcophagus
          Drawings, prints, statues etc. after front
          Drawings, prints, statues etc. after left end
          Drawings, prints, statues etc. after right end
          Adaptations of the front
          Adaptations of the left end
          Adaptations of the right end
          Duplicates and comparative material
          Literature
        Bacchus riding on a panther, County Museum, Los Angeles
        Triumph of Bacchus, Palazzo Arcivescovile, Lucca
        Bacchus and Silenus in chariots, Duomo, Naples
        Bacchic revels, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Bacchus and Ariadne; Bacchic sacrifice, Arbury Hall, Nuneaton
        Indian triumph, Louvre, Paris
        Bacchanal, Louvre, Paris
        Bacchus and Ariadne with centaurs, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Strigillated, with Aldobrando bust portrait, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Birth of Bacchus; finding of Ariadne, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Bacchic procession, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Infancy of Bacchus, University Museum, Princeton
        Bacchic combat, Museo Capitolino, Rome
        Bacchus and Ariadne with satyrs making wine, Villa Doria-Pamphilij, Rome
        Indian triumph, Villa Doria-Pamphilij, Rome
        Garlands held by fauns, with 14th-century tomb, S. Maria in Aracoeli, Rome
        Hercules and Bacchic figures, Palazzo Mattei, Rome 
        Infancy of Bacchus, Palazzo Mattei, Rome       
        Bacchic procession, Villa Medici, Rome, A. 28
        Bacchic procession, Villa Medici, Rome, A. 30
        Bacchic procession, Villa Medici, Rome, A. 31
        Finding of Ariadne, Villa Medici, Rome, A. 32
        Bacchic sacrifice; finding of Ariadne, Villa Medici, Rome, A. 58
        Indian triumph, Villa Medici, Rome, A. 59
        Bacchic procession, Villa Medici, Rome, A. 68
        Indian triumph, Museo Nazionale, Rome
        Infancy of Bacchus, Museo Nazionale delle Terme, Rome
        Finding of Ariadne, Palazzo Rospigliosi, Rome
        Indian triumph, Palazzo Rospigliosi, Rome
        Bacchic procession, Villa Savoia, Rome
        Bacchanal, Belvedere, Vatican, Rome
        Finding of Ariadne, Galleria dei Candelabri, Vatican, Rome
        Bacchus and Ariadne pressing grapes, Museo Chiaramonti, Vatican, Rome
        Bacchic procession, Museo Chiaramonti, Vatican, Rome
        Bacchus riding on a panther, atrium, Cathedral, Salerno
        Triumph of Bacchus, Cathedral, Salerno
        With centaurs holding clipeus, Cathedral, Salerno
        Bacchus and Ariadne, with satyrs making wine, Cathedral, Salerno
        Fragment, Bacchus and maenad, Villa Votalarca, Treia
        Bacchus and Ariadne, procession, Woburn Abbey, M. 61
        Indian triumph, Woburn Abbey, M. 144
        Lykurgos, Pan, Ariadne; lost, formerly Villa Aldobrandini, Rome 
        Dancing maenad and satyr; lost, formerly Villa Borghese, Rome
        Bacchic procession; lost fragment of Berlin 851?
        Bacchic symposium, unidentified lid
        Finding of Ariadne?; unidentified
      Bacchic reliefs
        Bacchic figures, cinerary urn, Musée Calvet, Avignon
        Education of Bacchus (?), Antikesammlung, Berlin
        Bacchanal, round altar, Merseyside County Museum, Liverpool
        Dionysus and Icarius, British Museum, London
        Bacchus supported by a satyr, Prado, Madrid
        Bacchanal, Neo-Attic puteal, Prado, Madrid
        Bacchic scenes, Palazzo Ducale, Mantua
        Dionysus and Icarius, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Procession, Krater, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Dancers, Puteal, Louvre, Paris
        Bacchanal, Borghese Vase, Louvre, Paris
        Bacchic figures, altar, Louvre, Paris
        Revellers, Krater, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Bacchic figures, base, Newby Hall, Ripon
        Bacchus and Silenus, Villa Albani, Rome
        Bacchic scenes, Villa Borghese, Rome
        Dancers, Palazzo dei Conservatori, Rome
        Bacchic figures, S. Maria in Monterone, Rome
        Sacrifice, Villa Medici, Rome
        Colossal mask, Museo Nazionale, Rome
        Finding of Ariadne etc., vessel, Museo Torlonia, Rome
        Bacchic revellers, Belvedere, Vatican, Rome
        Bacchic scenes, poss. not Census, Sala dei Busti, Vatican, Rome
        Bacchic figures, funerary altar, Hermitage, St Petersburg
        Bacchic scene, Cathedral, Salerno
        Bacchic figures, base, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 22
        Bacchic figures, base, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 26
        Bacchic figures, base, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 26a
        Bacchus and Ariadne, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 110
        Bacchic symposium, Ara Grimani, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 263
        Silver cup, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
        Bacchic figures, vase, lost, Dosio album, Staatliche Museen, Berlin, 31r-32r
        Infancy of Bacchus, terracotta, lost, Codex Pighianus, no. 384
        Erotic scene (?), lost, Codex Coburgensis, fol. 138
        Harvesting vintage, lost, Codex Pighianus, fol. 302v
        Finding of Ariadne, lost, Codex Coburgensis, fol. 174
      Bacchic gems
        Rustic symposium, Beverley collection
        Finding of Ariadne, Museo Archeologico, Florence, 14455
        Finding of Ariadne, Museo Archeologico, Florence, 14458
        Triumph, Museo Nazionale, Naples, 25833
        Infant Bacchus with nymphs, Museo Nazionale, Naples, 25840
        Finding of Ariadne, Museo Nazionale, Naples, 25852
        Infant Bacchus with satyr, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Satyr flanked by Maenad and seated nymph, lost?, formerly Grimani collection
    Cycles
    Census
      Bacchus: heads, busts and torsi
        Torso restored as Bacchus, Villa Borghese, Rome
        Head, Palazzo Orsini, Rome
        Torso, Colección Alba, Seville        
        Bust, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 11
        Bust, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 38
        Head, Museo Archeologico, Venice,127-B
        Bust, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 248
      Bacchus: full-length
        Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek, Copenhagen
        Restored, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
        Palazzo Medici-Riccardi, Venice
        Bacchus supported by a satyr, Uffizi, Florence
        With grapes, Museo Nazionale, Naples, 263
        Bacchus and Amor, Museo Nazionale, Naples, 6307
        Louvre, Paris: currently at Versailles
        With panther, Museo Nazionale, Rome
        Leaning on satyr, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 119 [not Census]
        Statuette, Museo Nazionale, Venice, 214
        Statuette, Museo Nazionale, Venice, 215
      Lost and destroyed statues
        Seated Bacchus, destroyed by fire, formerly Uffizi, Florence
        Bacchus playing with a panther (?), lost
        Bacchus Altoviti, not traced
        Bacchus Belvedere, lost?
        Torso, at Cerchel in 1898, not traced
    Single figure
      As infant
      As boy or adolescent
      Nude, beardless, standing
        Holding cup, bowl or jug
          Michelangelo and Sansovino
          Miscellaneous
        Holding thyrsos
        Without cup, bowl, jug or thyrsos
      Clothed, beardless, standing
      Bearded
      Horned
      Seated, kneeling or reclining          
    Birth and infancy
      First birth, from Semele
      Second birth, from Jupiter’s thigh
      Entrusted to the nymphs of Mt Nysa by Mercury
      With nymphs/satyrs (without Mercury)
      Miscellaneous
    Myths
      Bacchus and Erigone
      Bacchus and Vulcan—see Vulcan
      Bacchus and Midas
      Bacchus and the pirates
      Death and resurrection of Bacchus
    Triumph of Bacchus
      With elephants (Indian triumph)
      Without elephants, with panthers/tigers/lions
      Without elephants, without panthers/tigers/lions
    Bacchus and Ariadne
      Bacchus finding Ariadne
        Ariadne awake
        Ariadne asleep  
      Wedding feast of Bacchus and Ariadne
      Triumph of Bacchus and Ariadne
      Crown of Ariadne turned to stars
      Miscellaneous 
    Types
      Riding in a chariot
      Holding up grapes
      On a barrel
      Drunk
      Bacchus Citharoedus
      Winged
      Bacchus-Helios
    With/riding on animals etc.
      Bull
      Goat
      Horse
      Monster
      Panther
      Miscellaneous 
    Bacchus with other figures
      Amoretti
      Ampelus
      Ceres
      Genius
      Horae
      Nymphs
      Peasants
      Satyr/faun
      Silenus
      Venus
      Miscellaneous
   Sacrifice to Bacchus
   Miscellaneous
   Adaptations    
   Bacchic games
   Bacchic dance
   Bacchanal
      Specific types
        Classical art
        The Andrians
        Bacchanal of children—see Amoretti
        Bacchic symposium or feast
      Bacchanal with Bacchus and/or Silenus
      Bacchanal in which neither Bacchus nor Silenus is prominent
    Bacchic adaptations
    Bacchantes (cf. Maenads)
      Census (see also Bacchic sarcophagi, reliefs and gems)
        Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 95
        Head of Bacchante or Ariadne, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 181 (now Ca d’Oro)
      Heads and busts
      Single figure
      Two or more
      Turned into trees
      Adaptations
  Baucis—see Philemon and Baucis
  Bellerophon
    Census
      Sarcophagus, Villa Doria-Pamphilij, Rome
    Cycles
    With Pegasus and Chimaera
    With Pegasus, without Chimaera
    With Chimaera, without Pegasus
    Miscellaneous
  Bellona
  Bonus Eventus
  Boreas
  Branchus
  Brinto
  Busiris
  Byblis
  Cadmus
    Cycles
    Consulting the oracle, he follows a heifer
    A dragon devours the followers of Cadmus
    Cadmus kills the dragon
    He sows the dragon’s teeth
    He brings the alphabet to Greece
    With Harmonia
  Caenis (Caeneus)
  Callirrhoë
  Callisto
    Cycles
    Single figure and miscellaneous (not Diana and Callisto)
    Jupiter (in the guise of Diana) and Callisto
  Camerina
  Canopus
  Capaneus
  Caryatid
  Castor and Pollux--see Dioscuri
  Cecrops (cf. Erichthonius)
  Celeus
  Centaurs
    Census
      Centauromachy, sarcophagus, Sala delle Muse, Vatican, Rome
      Centaur carrying a basket, gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Centaurs, relief, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Centauromachy, sarcophagus, lost, formerly Museo Peruzzi, Florence
      Centauromachy, lost formerly Della Valle collection, Rome
      Centauromachy, Duomo, Cortona—see Bacchic sarcophagi
    Single figure
      Specific works
        Pair of Centaurs by Aristeas and Papias, Capitoline, Rome
        12th century ivory box, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
        Botticelli, Camilla and the Centaur
      With bow
      Without bow
    Battles of Centaurs and Lapiths
      Specific works
        Bassae, Temple of Apollo
        Olympia
        Parthenon
        Michelangelo
        Piero di Cosimo
      With rape of Hippodamia
      Without rape of Hippodamia
    Centaur battles
      Miscellanous, between centaurs and lapiths/humans
      Centaurs fighting other centaurs
    Various actions
      Abducting women
      Attacked by animals/monsters
      Hunting
      Playing musical instruments
    Various iconographies
      Chiron
      Caineus and the centaurs
      Centaurs with Amor
      Winged centaurs
      Centaur family
      Centauresses
      In decoration
      In herbals
      Miscellaneous
      Adaptations
  Cephalus and Procris
    Cycles
    Miscellaneous scenes
    Death of Procris
  Cerastae
  Cerberus (cf. Pluto)
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Cercopians
  Ceres
    Census
      Full-length statue, Antikensammlung, Berlin
      Full-length statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Figured capital, Pisa
      Colossal bust, Museo Nazionale, Rome
      Full-length statue, Palazzo del Quirinale, Rome
      Full-length statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Full-length statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Full-length statue, not traced, formerly Cesi collection
      Ceres and Triptolemus (?), gem, lost
    Classical art
    Single figure
      With torch
      With cornucopia, without torch
      Without cornucopia, without torch
      In her dragon chariot
    Worship of Ceres
    Triumph of Ceres
    Stories
      Ceres mocked
      Teaching agriculture
      Learning from the nymph Cyane of the rape of Proserpina
      With Demophon
    With other figures
      Proserpina
      Amor/Amoretti
      Attendant nymphs
      Pan or satyrs
      Other deities
    Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
  Cernunnos--see Celtic Gods and Myths
  Chaos
  Charon
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Chione
  Chryseis
  Chryses
  Cinyras (daughters of)
  Circe (see also Odyssey)
  Clytie
  Comus
  Core--see Proserpina
  Coronis of Larissa
  Coronis of Phocis
  Corybantes
    Census
      Gem, formerly Grimani coll.
    Miscellaneous
  Cyane
  Cybele
    Heads and busts
    Single figure 
      Without lions
        Census 
          Casino of Pius IV, Vatican, Rome
        Miscellaneous
      With lions
    In lion-chariot
    With Attis
      Census
        Altar, Villa Albani, Rome
        Funerary inscription, Villa Albani, Rome
        Votive relief, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Miscellaneous
    With other deities/personifications
    In narrative contexts
    Ritual and cult
    Adaptations and miscellaneous  
  Cycnus, son of Apollo
  Cycnus, son of Sthenelus
  Cydippe
  Cygnus, son of Neptune
  Cyparissus
  Daedalus
    Daedalus and Icarus
      Census
        Antique gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Sarcophagus, lost, Codex Pighianus fol. 31v
      Before the fall of Icarus
      The fall of Icarus
      After the fall of Icarus
    Miscellaneous
  Danaë
    Single figure, with or without shower of gold
    With shower of gold
      With Jupiter in human form
      With Amor/Amoretti, without nurse
      With nurse
    With her infant son
    Adaptations
  Danaides
  Daphnis
    Census
      Marble statue, Uffizi, Florence
    Miscellaneous
Demogorgon  
Demeter—see Ceres
  Deukalion and Pyrrha
  Diana
    Census
      Statue, Villa Poggio-Imperiale, Florence
      Altar, Louvre, Paris
      Torso, ‘Zingara’, Louvre, Paris
      Headless torso, statue, Villa Borghese, Rome
      As huntress, statue, Museo Nazionale, Rome
      Discovering Endymion (?), statue, Vatican, Rome
      Diana Lucifera, statue, Vatican, Rome
      Headless draped statue, Museo Chiaramonti, Vatican, Rome
      Torso, Museo di Antichità, Turin
      Archaistic statuette, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      With dog, unidentified statue, De Vos sketchbook, Amsterdam 
      Huntress with dog, present whereabouts unknown, Sotheby’s, London, 11 Dec 1983
      Running, unidentified, miscellaneous
      Statue, unidentified, formerly  ‘in Capitolio’, Franzini, Icones
      Huntress with dog, unidentified, formerly ‘in musaeo Garimberti’, Cavalieri
      Huntress, unidentified, formerly  in S. Croce collection, Franzini, Icones
      Huntress with dog, unidentified, formerly  in S. Croce collection, Franzini, Icones
      Statue base, with animals, lost, Girolamo da Carpi drawing
      Diana of Ephesus
        Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Statue, lost, in the dei Rossi collection ca. 1515-1517
        Unidentified and work-in-progress 
    Cycle
    Single figure
      Diana of Ephesus
      Heads and busts
      Fragments and torsoes
      As Luna
      Holding a torch (Lucifera)
      Holding a spear (not huntress)
      Miscellaneous
    Hunting
      Single figure
      With her nymphs
      After the chase
        Asleep
        Awake 
    With gods, goddesses etc.
      Amor/Amoretti
      Apollo  
      Goddesses
      Gods
      Nymphs and fauns
      Pan--see Pan and Luna
    Various contexts
      Asleep, surprised by satyrs
      In a shooting competition
      In a chariot
      On a stag or centaur
      With young virgins
    Diana and Actaeon
      Cycles
      Specific image: Titian, Edinburgh
      Actaeon entirely human
      Actaeon with human head, sprouting antlers
      Actaeon with stag’s head, but human arms
      Actaeon with stag’s head and forepaws
      Actaeon as human-headed stag
      Actaeon as stag
    Diana and Callisto
      Specific image: Titian, Edinburgh
      Miscellaneous (cf. Callisto)
      Adaptations
    Various myths
    Adoration and sacrifice
    Votive reliefs
    Portraits historiés
    Adaptations
    Miscellaneous    
  Dido--see Aeneid
  Diomedes
    Census
      Diomedes with the Palladium, confronting Ulysses
        Gem, Arundel collection, Marlborough 
      Diomedes with the Palladium, not confronting Ulysses
        Gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Statue, Glyptothek, Munich
    Diomedes confronting Ulysses
    Miscellaneous
  Dioscuri
    Census
      Dioscuri of Monte Cavallo
        Photos of the group ssculpture on the Quirinal, Rome
        Drawings and engravings before 1530
        Drawings and engravings after 1530
        Bronzes, medals etc.
      Dioscuri: not Monte Cavallo type
        With horses
          Relief, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
          Seasons sarcophagus, Genoa
          Sculptural group, Campidoglio, Rome
          Sarcophagus of Publius Vibius Marianus, via Cassia, Rome
        Without horses
          Pediment statues from temple at Naples, destroyed ca 1632
          Single statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
    With horses
      Monte Cavallo type
      Not Monte Cavallo type
      Heads and busts
      On foot, without horses
      As infants (cf. Leda)
      Stories (cf. Leucippides)
      As patrons of navigation
  Dirce
    Census
      Group sculpture, Farnese bull, Museo Nazionale, Naples
    Miscellaneous
  Dryope
  Echo
  Eirene
    Census
      Statue, Roman copy of Kephisodotos’ Eirene, Villa Margherita, Rome
    Miscellaneous
  Eleusinian deities
  Elysian fields
  Encelades
  Endymion
    Census
    Single figure and miscellaneous
    Diana and Endymion
    Diana at the tomb of Endymion
  Eos--see Aurora
  Epimetheus
  Epona
  Erichthonius (cf. Cecrops)
  Erigone (see also Bacchus)
  Erysichthon
  Europa
    General, and specific works
    Classical art
    Without the bull
    Bull in the vicinity
    Garlanding the bull
    Kissing or stroking the bull
    Reclining on the bull
    Sitting on the bull
    Standing by or kneeling on the bull
    Adaptations
  Eurydice--see Orpheus
  Fates--see Moirai
  Faun--see Hercules and Omphale, Pan, Satyr
  Fortuna--see SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY
  Flora
    Census
      Flora Farnese I, Museo Nazionale, Naples, inv. 6409
      Flora Farnese II, Museo Nazionale, Naples, inv. 5978
      Flora (as restored), Louvre, Paris
   Single figure
      Flora Farnese I, copies after 1600
      Not copies after Flora Farnese I    
    With Zephyrus
    With other figures
    Adaptations
  Furies
  Galatea (see also Acis, Polyphemus)
  Ganymede
    Census
      Statue, Uffizi, Florence
      Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Relief on funerary cippus of L. Statius Asclepiades, Villa Albani, Rome
      Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Sarcophagus relief, lost, formerly  ‘in domo Corneliorum’
    Without Jupiter/eagle
    With eagle, not being carried away
    Rape, with eagle taking off
    Rape, with eagle airborne
    With Jupiter in human form
    Adaptations 
  Garga
  Genius
    Census
      Genius of Death
        Relief from funerary altar, Villa Albani, Rome
        Funerary relief, city walls, Verona
        Funerary relief, Museo Lapidario, Verona
        Relief from a strigilled sarcophagus, Museo Diocesano, Volterra
      Miscellaneous
        Drawings, Girolamo da Carpi
        Drawing, Teylers Museum, Haarlem
        Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples, inv. no. 5975 
        Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples, inv. no. 6053
    Without wings
    With wings
    Allegories
    Genius of death
  Geryon
  Giants
    Census
      Statue, Dying giant, Uffizi, Florence
      Statue, Head of a giant, Museo Archeologico, Venice
    Gigantomachia
      Specific works
        Pergamon Altar
        Palazzo del Tè
      Giants with serpent legs
      Giants with human legs
    Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
  Giuoco (see also Amor, Jocus and Venus)
  Glaucus, marine god
    Glaucus and Scylla
    Miscellaneous
  Glaucus, son of Minos
  Gorgo (see also Graeae)
    Census
      Gem, British Museum, London
      Tazza Farnese, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Drawings, Cyriacus of Ancona material
    Gorgoneion
      Beardless
        Tongue not protruding between fangs
          Winged
          Not winged
        Tongue protruding between fangs
      Bearded
        Tongue protruding between fangs
        Tongue not protruding between fangs
      Triskelion type
    Whole figure
    Myth of Gorgo/Medusa (see also Perseus)
    Adaptations
  Graces
    Census
      Relief, Staatliche Museen, Berlin
      Group sculpture, Siena, Piccolomini library
      Relief group, Hecateion, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Relief, lost: del Bufalo fountain
      Relief, lost: with flanking jars
      Miscellaneous
    Unaccompanied
      In pose similar to Siena group sculpture
      Not in pose similar to Siena group sculpture
      With flanking jars
      Dancing
      Standing round a column/as caryatids
    Accompanied
      By Amor/Amoretti
      By Mercury
      By other figures
    Adaptations
  Graeae
  Hades
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Halcyon--see MAGIC AND SCIENCE: Kingfisher
  Harpies
  Harpocrates (see also Angerona, Horus, Isis)
    Census
      Statuette, Louvre, Paris
      Statuette, Musée Jacquemart-André, Paris
      Figured capital, Pisa—see ANTIQUITIES figured capitals
    Miscellaneous
  Hebe (Juventus)
  Hecate
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Helen (of Sparta)
  Heliades (see also Phaeton)
  Helicon (see also Muses, Parnassus, Pegasus)
  Helle (see also Phrixus)
  Hercules
    Census
      Single figure
        Heads and busts
          Gem, Florence, Museo Archeologico
          Gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
          Colossal statue, Museo Nazionale, Rome
          Venice, Ca d’Oro (photo missing)
          Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Reclining or sitting
          Reclining, statue, Rome, Museo Chiaramonti
          Sitting, Roman medals
          Sitting, Rome, Palazzo Altemps
          Sitting, work in progress
        Standing, holding club
          Statue, Florence, Pitti
          Relief, Arch of the Argentarii, Romw
          Statue, Palazzo Altemps, Museo Nazionale, Rome
          Gilt bronze statue, Palazzo dei Conservatori, Rome
          Statue (headless), lost, formerly Julius III collection , Rome?
          Statue, lost, Girolamo da Carpi drawing
        Standing, leaning on club
          Statue, Palazzo Reale, Caserta
          Statue, Augusteum, Dresden
          Statue, Palazzo Pitti, Florence
          Statue, Uffizi, Florence
          Statue, ‘Hercules Farnese’, Museo Nazionale, Naples
          Statue, Villa Borghese, Rome
          Statue, untraced
        Standing, miscellaneous
          Hercules Musagetes, cameo, formerly Rogier collection, Paris
       With other figures
          Hercules and Amor, gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples 25863
          Hercules and two amoretti, gem, formerly Marlborough collection
          Hercules and Echidna, sarcophagus fragment, Villa Albani, Rome
          Hercules and Telephus, statue, Vatican, Rome
          Hercules with other deities, sarcophagus, Palazzo Maffei, Rome
        The Choice of Hercules
          Stucco relief visible in XV + XVI centuries on grave near Thermae of Caracalla
        Infant Hercules 
          Standing
          Statue, Museo Capitolino, Rome
        Strangling serpents   
          Statue, Uffizi, Florence
          Statue, Museo di Antichità, Turin
      The drunken Hercules 
        Statue, Museo di Antichità, Parma
        Supported by a satyr, statue, Wilton House
        Bronze (type), pissing, ‘Hercules mingens’
      Labours of Hercules
        Cycles
          Sarcophagus, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
          Terracotta reliefs, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
          Sarcophagus, Villa Borghese, Rome
          Altar relief, Capitoline Museum, Rome
          Sarcophagus, Palazzo Corsini, Rome
          Altar, Lateran Museum, Rome
          Sarcophagus, Palazzo Torlonia, Rome
          Sarcophagus, Belvedere, Vatican, Rome
          Sarcophagus, lost
        Individual 
          Nemean lion
            Greek coins
            Sarcophagus, S. Maria sopra Minerva, Rome
            Relief, Villa Medici, Rome
            Statue, location unknown
          Lernaean hydra
            Statue, lost
          Arcadian stag
            Relief, San Marco, Venice
          Apples of the Hesperides
            Relief, Villa Albani, Rome
            Statue, British Museum, London
          Cerberus
            Gem, Staatliche Museen, Berlin
      Exploits of Hercules
        Hercules and Antaeus
          Statue, Pitti palace, Florence
      Loves
        Hercules and Omphale, gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Hercules and Omphale, funerary relief, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Worship of Hercules
        Altars 
          Museo Capitolino, Rome
          Museo Gregorio Profano, Rome
          Museo Laterano Profano, Rome—see Labours of Hercules
          Lost, Lares altar
        Herms of Hercules
          Museo Archeologico, Naples
          Lost, formerly Astalli and Benzoni collections, Rome
    Cycles
    Single figure
      Heads
      Busts
      Reclining
      Crouching
      Sitting
      Running/gesticulating violently
      Riding on horseback
      Standing
        Hercules Farnese, copies after 1600
        With lion skin on head
        Hand on hip
        Club under armpit
        Resting club on shoulder
        Holding apples of Hesperides
        Holding bow (and arrows)
        Hercules Musagetes
        Brandishing a weapon
        Miscellaneous
    With other figures
      With Amor
      With Eurystheus
      With Jupiter
      With Mercury
      With the Muses
      With nymphs
      Hercules Psychopompos (with Alcestis, Persephone, Theseus, Prometheus)
      With satyr
      With Telephus
      With Theseus
      With Victory
      Miscellaneous 
    With Virtue and/or Vice
    The Choice of Hercules
      Virtue, Hercules and Vice only
      Virtue, Hercules and Vice with other figures
      Hercules asleep
      Adaptations
      Text
    Hercules Gallicus
    Hercules Germanicus
    Allegories and Adaptations
    Birth and Infancy
      Cycles
      Birth
      Infant Hercules strangling serpents
        Single figure
        With other figures
      Infant Hercules wearing lion's skin
      Miscellaneous
    The drunken Hercules
    The madness of Hercules
    The Labours of Hercules
      Sarcophagi and reliefs
      Cycles
      Individual
        Nemean lion
          Strangling it
          Rending its jaws
          Miscellaneous
        Lernean hydra
          Hercules killing it with a club only
          Hercules killing it with a club and/or a torch
          Miscellaneous 
        Arcadian stag
        Erymanthean boar
        Augian stables
        Stymphalian birds
        Cretan bull
        Mares of Diomedes
        Girdle of Hippolyte
        Oxen of Geryon
        Apples of the Hesperides
        Cerberus
    Exploits
      Hercules and Antaeus
        Front to front
          Antaeus’ leg or legs kicking back
          Antaeus’ leg or legs around Hercules
        Antaeus side on to Hercules
          Antaeus grasping Hercules’ arm
          Antaeus’ arms free
        Miscellaneous
      Hercules and Achelous
      Hercules and Atlas
      Hercules and Belgion
      Hercules and Busiris
      Hercules and Cacus
      Hercules and the Centaurs (marriage of Pirithous and Hippodamia)
      Hercules and the Cercopes
      Hercules and the Giants
      Hercules delivering Hesione
      Hercules fighting Laomedon
      Hercules and the pygmies
      Hercules with Zetes and Calais, the Boreades
      Discovering Purple
      Attempting to carry off the tripod
      Founding the Olympic Games
      The columns of Gades
      Creating Lake Vico near Caprarola
    Loves of Hercules
      Miscellaneous 
      The daughters of Thespius
      Hercules and Omphale
        Omphale only
        Hercules only
        Omphale and Hercules only
        With Amor/Amoretti
        Hercules kicking Faunus/Pan out of Omphale’s bed
        With other figures
      Hercules and Iole
      Hercules and Dejanira
        Poussin drawings
        Abduction of Dejanira by Hercules
        Dejanira carried off by Nessus: Hercules not present
        Dejanira carried off by Nessus: Hercules in pursuit
        Hercules fighting Nessus: Dejanira not present
        Hercules rescuing Dejanira
        Dying Nessus gives the poisoned garment to Dejanira
    Death and apotheosis of Hercules
      Hercules and Lichas
      Death of Hercules
      Apotheosis
      Marriage with Hebe
    Worship and attributes 
      Worship of Hercules
      Hercules Altar
      Hercules Alexikakos
      Herms of Hercules
      Arms of Hercules
      Pillars of Hercules
  Herms
    Census
      ‘Dea Themis’, Nationalgalerie, Prague
      Herm (?), lost, drawing in Teylersmuseum, Haarlem
    Antique, non-Census
    Renaissance and later
  Hermaphrodite
    Census
      Gem, Museo Archeologico, Naples
      Lost statue, Villa Borghese, Rome
      Statue, Villa Doria-Pamphilij, Rome
      Lost statue, Palazzo Savelli, Rome
      Fragment of a sculpted group, Museo Archeologico, Venice
    Single figure
    With Salmacis
  Hermathena (see also Mercury and Athena)
  Hero and Leander
  Hesperides
  Hippocamp
  Hippocrene
  Hippodamia
  Hippolytus (and Phaedra)
    Census
      Ivory, Brescia, Museo Archeologico
      Sarcophagus, Cathedral, Capua
      Sarcophagus, Uffizi, Florence
      Gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Sarcophagus, Campo Santo, Pisa
    Birth
    Hunting
    Hippolytus and Phaedra
    Theseus chasing Hippolytus
    Death of Hippolytus
    Hippolytus raised to life by Aesculapius
  Hippomenes--see Atalanta
  Homogyrus
  Horae—see Hours
  Horus
  Hyacinth (see also Apollo)
  Hygieia
    Census
      Statue, Florence, Palazzo Pitti
      Statue, Uffizi, Florence
      Statue, Metropolitan Museum, New York
      Bust, Museo Nazionale, Rome
      State, Belvedere, Vatican, Rome
      Hygieia and Aesculapius, Turin—see Aesculapius
      Statue, seated, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Statuette, Museo Archeologico, Venice
    Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
  Hylas (and the nymphs)
  Hymen
  Hypnos
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Iapyx
  Icarius
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Icarus (see also Daedalus)
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Ichthyophagi
  Idomeneus
  Indigetes--see Deification of Aeneas
  Ino (see also Leucothea)
  Io
    Cycles
    Studying
    With Jupiter, not yet transformed
    With Jupiter, transformed into a cow
    Mercury, Argus and Io—see MERCURY
    As a cow, with her father Inachus
    Io in Egypt
  Iole--see Hercules
  Iphigenia (see also Chryses)
    Census
      Sacrifice of Iphigenia, puteal or altar, Uffizi, Florence 
      Sacrifice of Iphigenia, Medici vase, Uffizi, Florence
      Iphigenia in Tauris, sarcophagus, Villa Albani, Rome
      Iphigenia in Tauris, sarcophagus, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Iphigenia in Tauris, two sarcophagi, Schlossmuseum, Weimar
    Sacrifice of Iphigenia, with Diana
    Sacrifice of Iphigenia, without Diana
    Iphigenia in Tauris
    Miscellaneous
  Iphis of Crete
  Iphis of Cyprus (and Anaxarete)
  Iris
  Isis
    Census
      Torso, Museo Capitolino, Rome
      Drawing after a statue, possibly Rome, Palazzo Medici
      Colossal head, Museo Chiaramonti, Vatican, Rome
      Bust, Piazza Venezia, Rome
      Head, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Drawing after an unidentified statue, Girolamo da Carpi
      Drawing after an unidentified statue
      Drawings after an unidentified statue, Jacopo Strada
    With sistrum (goddess or priestess)
    Without sistrum (goddess or priestess)
    Worship of Isis
    Isis grafting etc.
  Ixion
  Janus
    Miscellaneous
    Quadrigati
  Jason--see Argonauts
  Juno
    Census
      Statue, Giardino di Boboli, Florence—see ANTIQUITIES
      Statue, Uffizi, Florence—see ANTIQUITIES
      Statue, Juno Farnese, Museo Archeologico, Naples
      Statue, Juno Cesi, Museo Capitolino, Rome—see PROSERPINA
      Colossal head, Juno Ludovisi, Museo Nazionale delle Terme, Rome
      Statue, Juno Este, Cavalieri I-II, pl. 47
      Altar, Lost? Or Palazzo Torlonia?
    Heads
    Enthroned/seated with peacock
    Enthroned/seated without peacock
    Standing
    On a chariot
    Juno pronuba
    Worship of Juno
    Myths (see also Jupiter, Semele)
      Cycle
      Juno nursing Hercules: the origin of the Milky Way
      Juno punished for persecuting Hercules
      Juno and Argus: story of the peacock's tail—see Mercury and Argus
      Juno in the underworld: story of Athamas
      Various myths/with other figures
  Jupiter
    Census
      Single figure
        Heads and busts
          Head, Museo Archeologico, Venice
          Bust, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
          Bust, Capital, via Dini, Pisa
        Standing figures
          Colossal torso, Louvre, Paris
          Statue, Lost? Louvre, Paris? Borghese Gardens, Rome?
          Statue, Museo Capitolino, Rome
          Lost? Ex-Verospi collection, Rome
          Statue, Lost? Cavalieri III-IV, 23
          Statuette, Museo Archeologico, Venice
          Etruscan, bronze, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
        Enthroned
          Statue, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
          Throne, Mantua, Palazzo Ducale
          Enthroned,  bottom half of a statue, Naples
        Merged identities
          Jupiter Ammon, herm, Museo Capitolino, Rome
          Jupiter Ammon, head, Museo Archeologico, Venice
          Jupiter Dolichenus, votive relief, Berlin
          Jupiter Dolichenus, enthroned, votive relief, lost
          Jupiter Dolichenus, votive altar, lost
          Jupiter Serapis, bust, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
          Jupiter Serapis, capital, Pisa
        Various aspects
          Jupiter in quadriga, gem, Museo Archeologico, Naples
        Infancy
          Amaltheia relief, Rome, Vatican        
        With other deities
          Altar or sarcophagus end, Hever Castle, Kent
          Relief, Louvre, Paris
        Worship
          Sacrifice, relief, lost
    Single figure
      Heads and busts
      Jupiter standing, without eagle or thunderbolt
      Jupiter enthroned
      As storm god
        Jupiter Tonans
        Jupiter Pluvius
      Jupiter with eagle
      The eagle of Jupiter 
      Merged identities
        Jupiter Ammon
        Jupiter Heliopolitanus/Dolichenus/Hadad
        Jupiter Melichios
        Zeus Sabazios
        Jupiter Serapis
      Various aspects
        Oracle of Dodona
        Jupiter Stator
        Jupiter in Quadriga
        Herms
        Images from Cartari
        Miscellaneous
    Birth and infancy
      Birth
      Curetes banging shields
      Story of the cornucopia
      Sucking at the paps of the goat Amaltheia
      Drinking milk, but not sucking at the paps of the goat
      Not drinking milk
     Loves
      Cycles
      Miscellaneous and unidentified (see also Aegina, Alcmene, Antiope, Asteria, Callisto,   Danaë, Europa, Ganymede, Io, Leda, Maia, Mnemosyne, Semele, Theophane)
    With other deities
      Amor
      Giants—see Gigantomachia
      Juno
      Mercury/painting butterfly wings
      Saturn/Kronos
      Venus
      Vulcan
      Miscellaneous
    Worship of Jupiter
      Altars
      Sacrifice
      Temple
      Votive images
      Miscellaneous
    Adaptations 
  Kairos
    Census
      Relief, Louvre, Paris
      Relief, Torcello
    Miscellaneous
  Kronos
    Types
      Classical tradition (‘hooded’/velatus)
      With wings
      Without wings, with scythe or sickle
      In his chariot/riding a dragon
      With crutches or staff
      With spade or mattock
      With sword or axe
      With banner
      Playing dice
      As a river god
      Phoenician (four eyes)
      “Melancholic manifestations”
      Miscellaneous
    Myths 
      With Rhea
      Devouring his children
      Devouring the stone 
      Castrated
      With Philyra
      Other myths
  Labyrinth
  Laocoon
    Census
      Vatican group
        Photographs
        Paintings and illuminations
        Prints
        Drawings
        Statue after the original
      The Vatican Virgil and its adaptations
    Copies and depictions of the Vatican marble after 1600
      Miscellaneous
      Head only
    Adaptations of the Vatican marble
      Miscellaneous    
      For caricatures
    Images implausibly related to the Vatican marble in the past
    Independent of the Vatican marble
      Classical
      Medieval
      Renaissance and later
  Laomedon--see Historia Troiana, building of Troy
  Lares
  Largia
  Latona
    Single figure
    Giving birth to Apollo and Diana
    With her children
    Turning the Lycian peasants into frogs
    Miscellaneous
  Leda
    Census
      Statue, Uffizi, Florence
      Leda and Ganymede sarcophagus, lost, formerly Montecavallo
      Statue, lost, formerly Villa Borghese, Rome
      Relief, Palacio di Pilato, Seville
      Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
    Leda and the swan
      Swan approaching
      Leda standing
      Leda sitting
      Leda reclining
      With her children
      Miscellaneous
      Adaptations
      Literature
  Lemnian women--see Polyxo
  Leucippides
    Census
      Sarcophagus, Uffizi, Florence
      Sarcophagus, Rome, Vatican
    Miscellaneous
  Leucothea (see also Ino)
  Leucothoë
  Ligdus and Telethusa
  Linus
  Lucina
  Luna--see Diana Luna, Selene
  Lycaon
  Lycurgus
  Lyncus
  Lynope
  Macaria
  Maenads (cf. Bacchantes)
    Census
      Left end of Amoretti sarcophagus, Asolo, Museo Civico
      Relief, Uffizi, Florence
      Gems, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Circular relief, Museo Civico, Padua
      Statue, Museo Archeologico
      Base, Louvre, Paris
      Relief, Louvre, Paris
      Statue, Museo Capitolino, Rome
      Head, Museo Nazionale, Rome
      Base, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Lost relief, Cain no. 158
      Unidentified statue, from the Savelli collection
    Miscellaneous
  Mareotis
  Mars
    Census
      Single figure
        Bronze statuette, British Museum, London
        Statue, Louvre, Paris
        Armed (Pyrrhus), Museo Capitolino, Rome
        Colossal Head, Museo Nazionale delle Terme, Rome
        Type of Ares Ludovisi, Museo Nazionale delle Terme, Rome
      With Rhea Silvia
        Mars, Rhea Silvia and Endymion sarcophagus, Palazzo Barberini, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Palazzo Mattei, Rome
        Relief, Museo Nazionale, Rome
      With Venus
        Sarcophagus, Cathedral, Amalfi
        Sarcophagus, Abbey, Grottaferrata 
        Antefix, Metropolitan Museum, New York, and Louvre, Paris
    Attributes
    Heads and busts
    Seated
    Mars Gradivus
    In a chariot
    Seated
    Mars and Venus
      Cycles
      Standing group
      Seated/ seated and standing
      Bath of Mars and Venus
      With Amor
        In landscape/clouds
        In bedroom
      In Vulcan's forge
      Caught in bed by Vulcan
      Mars leaving Venus
      Miscellaneous
    With other deities and figures
      Mars and Rhea Silvia
      Mars and Bellona
      Mars and Athena
      Mars and Amor/Mars chastising Amor
      Mars and Jupiter
      Mars and Victory (see also Victory and other figures)
      Miscellaneous
  Marsyas
    Census
      Statue, ‘white type’, Uffizi, Florence
      Statue, ‘red type’, Uffizi, Florence
      Knife-grinder, Uffizi, Florence
      Sarcophagus, formerly Hever Castle
      Sarcophagus, Palazzo Barberini, Rome
      Sarcophagus, Villa Doria-Pamphilij, Rome
      Apollo and Marsyas, ceiling paintings from a Roman columbarium, lost
      Marsyas piping, bronze statuette, Renaissance copies in Modena, New York, Berlin
      ‘Marsyas’ seated, restored by Verrocchio as Marsyas flayed
      Sarcophagus, lost    
  Mater Matuta
  Medea--see Argonauts
  Medusa--see Gorgo
  Melampus
  Meleager
    Census
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Sarcophagi
    Hunt of the Calydonian boar
    Meleager presents the head of the Calydonian boar to Atalanta
    Meleager and Atalanta: miscellaneous
    Meleager killing his uncles
    Althea thrusting the brand into the fire
    Death of Meleager
    Meleager mourned
    Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
  Melicertes--see also Ino, Leucothoë, Palaimon
  Memnon--see Aurora, Historia Troiana
  Men
  Mercury
    Census
    Heads and busts
    Greek vase painting
    Single figure: standing
      Classical art
      Hermes Kriophoros
      Post-classical art
    Single figure
      Seated/lying
      Flying/running
      In a chariot
      Tying his sandals
    Various functions and attitudes
      As patron of the arts
      As patron of trade
      Psychopompos
      As type of eloquence
      With miscellaneous attributes
    With other figures
      With Athena
      With Amor
      With Rosmerta
      With other gods
      With other figures (not gods)
    Various myths
      Childhood
      Invention of the caduceus
      Stealing the oxen of Apollo
      Mercury and Battus
      Mercury and the infant Bacchus
      Mercury and the nymph Lara
      Mercury and the dishonest woodcutter
    Sacrifice to Mercury
    Adaptations
    Mercury, Herse and Aglauros
      Cycles
      Mercury discovering Herse
      Mercury arguing with Aglauros
    Mercury and Argus
      Cycles
      Juno orders Argus to guard Io
      Mercury and Argus conversing, before Mercury plays his flute
      Mercury lulling Argus to sleep
      Argus asleep: Mercury draws his sword
      Mercury killing Argus
      Juno with the eyes of Argus (the peacock’s tail)
      Mercury with the head of Argus
      Miscellaneous
  Merope
  Midas
    Cycles
    Silenus brought before Midas
    Midas and the Satyr
    The Midas touch: everything turns to gold
    Midas washing in the river Pactolus
    Judging between Apollo and Pan: with Tmolus
    Judging between Apollo and Pan: without Tmolus
    Judging between Apollo and Marsyas--see Apollo and Marsyas
  Minerva--see Athena
  Minos
  Minotaur
  Minyeides
  Mithras
    Census
      Statue, British Museum, London
      Relief, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Relief, Louvre, Paris
      Side panels from a lost relief, Louvre, Paris
      Lost, formerly Palazzo Altieri, Rome
      Lost, formerly San Marco, Rome
    Mithraic temples
      Ostia
      Rome, San Clemente
    The killing of the bull
      With scenes from the life of Mithras
      With the zodiac
      Without scenes from the life of Mithras or the zodiac
        With symbolic animals (scorpion, snake, dog etc.)
        Without symbolic animals
    Scenes from the life of Mithras (other than the killing of the bull)
    Heads, single figures etc.
    Associated deities, genii etc.
    Inscriptions
    Miscellaneous
    Fritz Saxl notes and comparative material
  Mnemosyne--see Muses
  Moirai (Fates)
  Momus (see also Athena, Neptune, Vulcan)
  Mopsus
  Morpheus
  Muses
    Census
      Statues and reliefs
        Rome
          ‘Calliope’, Museo Capitolino
          Palazzo dei Conservatori ?
          Palazzo dei Conservatori
          Vatican (research in progress)
          ‘Urania’, Museo Chiaramonti, Vatican
          Croce Greca, Vatican
          Grotte, Vatican
        Outside Rome
          Mantineia base, National Museum, Athens
          Seated, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
          Seated with cithera, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
          Standing, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
          ‘Anchyrroe’, Uffizi, Florence
          ‘Trophos’, Uffizi, Florence
          ‘Terpsichore’, Uffizi, Florence
          ‘Anchyrroe’, Museum, Liverpool
          Marble statues, Prado, Madrid
          Standing, Palazzo Ducale, Mantua?
          Standing, Glyptothek, Munich
          Standing, Museo Nazionale, Naples
          ‘Euterpe’, Museo Nazionale, Naples
          ‘Melpomene’, Louvre, Paris
          ‘Thalia’, National Museum, Stockholm
          Standing, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Location unknown/unidentified
          Standing, formerly Vigna di Giulio II
          Seated, formerly Della Valle collection
          Formerly Vatican, Belvedere  
      Sarcophagi
        Rome
          Villa Borghese and Louvre, Paris
          San Crisogono
          Palazzo Farnese
          Santa Maria in Aventino
          Villa Medici
          Museo Nazionale
          San Paolo fuori le mura
          Palazzo dei Senatori
          Belvedere, Vatican
          Cortile del Belvedere, Vatican
        Outside Rome
          Glyptothek, Munich
          Museo Nazionale, Naples
          Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
          Woburn Abbey
        Location unknown/unidentified
          Codex Pighianus fol. 281v
          Jacopo Strada drawings
    Cycles
    Groups of nine
    Groups of fewer than nine
    Concert
    Lamenting/departing 
    Individual
      Calliope
      Clio
      Erato
      Euterpe
      Melpomene
      Polymnia
      Terpsichore
      Thalia
      Urania
    With other deities
      Dancing to Apollo's music
      With Athena
      With other deities
    Myths
      Mnemosyne, mother of the Muses
      Contest with the Pierides
      With Pyreneus
      With Thamyris
    Adaptations
      Artist or author with Muse
      Miscellaneous
  Myrrha--see Birth of Adonis
  Naiads
    Census
      Statues, Louvre, Paris
    Miscellaneous
  Narcissus
    Census
      Statue, Louvre, Paris
      Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
    Gazing into (artificial) well or fountain    
    Gazing into (natural) pond or stream
    Statues
    Narcissus and/or Echo, miscellaneous
  Natura
    Census
      Lost, formerly in the Garimberti collection
  Nemesis
  Neptune
    Census
      Gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Statue, formerly Villa Medici, Rome
      Sarcophagus, Vatican, Rome
    With trident
    With sea-horses
    With dolphin or sea-monster
    On a fountain
    Head/bust only
    In his chariot
    Triumph of Neptune
    'Quos ego'
    Various scenes
      Creating the horse
      Protecting a ship
      With other gods
      Loves of Neptune
    Allegories
    In allegorical portraits
    Adaptations
    Miscellaneous
  Nereids and Tritons
    Census
      Statues
        Nereid riding on a hippocamp, Uffizi, Florence
        Nereid riding on a dolphin, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Sarcophagi
        Uffizi, Florence, 119
        Uffizi, Florence, 160
        Badia, Grottaferrata
        Louvre, Paris
        Campo Santo, Pisa, Rumpf 6
        Campo Santo, Pisa, Rumpf 131
        Campo Santo, Pisa, Rumpf 133
        Palazzo Mattei, Rome
        Villa Medici, Rome, Rumpf 102
        Villa Medici, Rome, Rumpf 117
        Villa Medici, Rome, Rumpf 211
        Belvedere, Vatican, Rome
        Giardino della Pigna, Vatican, Rome
        Museo Profano, Vatican, Rome
        Cathedral, Salerno
        Opera del Duomo, Siena
        Formerly Alberto Fassini collection
        Formerly SS. Apostoli, Rome
        Formerly Palazzo Giustiniani, Rome
        Formerly Quirinal, Rome
        Formerly Palazzo Valle-Capranica, Rome
        Unidentified
    --see Sea Gods
  Nessus--see Hercules, Loves: Dejanira
  Niobids
    Census
      Pedagogue statue, Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek, Copenhagen
      Statue group, Uffizi, Florence
      Dead Niobid, statue, Glyptothek, Munich, 269
      Torso (‘Ilioneus’), Glyptothek, Munich, 270
      Sarcophagus, Wilton House
    Individuals fleeing/dying
    Some fleeing on horseback: after Polidoro
    Some fleeing on horseback, miscellaneous
    None fleeing on horseback    
  Nymphs
    Census
      Bronze plaquette, Bargello, Florence
      Statue, seated ‘alla spina’, Uffizi, Florence
      Statue, with panther, Uffizi, Florence
      Statue, dabbling hand in spring, Louvre, Paris
      Head of a sleeping nymph, Museo Nazionale, Rome
      Lost and unidentified
        Votive relief to nymphs (sources), formerly Carpi collection
        Fragment of votive relief, formerly Carpi collection
        Statue of a sleeping nymph, formerly Carpi collection
        Stepped miniature fountain with nymphs and dolphins, Dosio drawing
        Votive relief to nymphs with Hercules and Silvanus, formerly Soderini collection
        Votive relief to nymphs with Attis and Mercury, formerly Monte Cavallo
        Reclining nymph, formerly Galli collection
        Unidentified, Jacopo Strada drawing
    Bathing
    Clasping ankle
    Dancing
    Dryads
    Sleeping
    Source
    ‘Huius nympha loci sacri custodia fontis’
    With urns (not obviously sources)
    Nymphs and satyrs—see Satyrs and nymphs
    Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
  Oceanus
    Census
      ‘River God’ type, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Disc-shaped head, ‘Bocca della Verità’, S. Maria in Cosmedin, Rome
      Funerary altar with Oceanus head, lost, formerly Hadrian’s Villa, Tivoli; Pighianus
    Miscellaneous
  Ocyrhoë
  Oedipus--see Historia Thebana
  Oeneus
  Oleaster
  Olympia (see also Loves of Jupiter: Cycles)
  Olympus (Mount)
  Olympus (Musician and poet; see also Daphnis, Pan)
  Omphale
  Omphalos
  Ops
  Opheltes
    Census
  Orestes—see Iphigenia in Tauris, Historia Troiana
  Orion
  Orithyia--see Boreas
  Orpheus
    Census
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Civilizing the Greeks
    With the Thracians
    On board the Argo
    Miscellaneous
    Orpheus and Eurydice
      Cycles
      Orpheus wooing Eurydice
      Death of Eurydice, bitten by a snake
      Eurydice: single figure
      Orpheus on his way to Hades/singing before Pluto and Proserpina
      Orpheus leading Eurydice out of Hades
      Orpheus turns back, thus losing Eurydice
    Orpheus enchanting the animals
      Classical art
      Post-classical art 
        Orpheus playing stringed instrument with neck
        Orpheus playing bowed instrument
        Orpheus playing lyre or harp
      Adaptations/miscellaneous
    Death of Orpheus
      Clubbed
      Stabbed
      Stoned
      Torn to pieces
      The singing head of Orpheus
      Miscellaneous
      Adaptations
  Osiris
    Cycles
    Miscellaneous
  Padusa
  Palaimon (see also Melicertes)
  Palaestra
  Pales
  Palinurus (see also Aeneid)
  Palisci
  Palladium--see Athena, Ajax and Cassandra, Mars and Rhea Silvia
  Pan
    Census
      Pan and Olympus, statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Pan from a Pan and Olympus group, statue, Louvre, Paris
      Pan carrying a basket, Museo Capitolino, Rome
      Pan, draped, Museo Capitolino, Rome
      Pan and Olympus, statue, Museo Nazionale delle Terme, Rome
      Pan with animals, relief, Thasos
    Various attitudes and contexts
      Herms
      Single figure
      Fighting with a goat
      Carried by children
      With nymphs
      Poussin drawings
      Feast of Pan & sacrifice to Pan
      Miscellaneous
    Various myths
      Pan and Apollo (see also Midas)
      Pan and Athena
      Pan offering wool to Diana
      Pan and Syrinx
      Pan and Olympus/Daphnis
      Pan and Amor
      Punishment of Pan
      Miscellaneous
  Pandora
  Parcae--see Moirai
  Paris--see Historia Troiana
  Parnassus
  Pasiphae
    Census
      Pasiphae and Daedalus sarcophagus, Louvre, Paris and Villa Borghese, Rome
    Miscellaneous
  Pegasus
  Peleus (see also Atalanta, Sea-Gods)
    Census
      Marriage of P. and Thetis, ‘Campana’ terracotta plaques, Louvre & British Museum
    The Portland vase
    Peleus capturing Thetis
    The wedding of Peleus and Thetis
    Peleus’ wanderings after his killing of Phocus
  Pelias--see Medea
  Pelops
    Census
      Sarcophagus, Louvre, Paris
      Etruscan cinerary urn, Museo Etrusco, Vatican, Rome
    Fed to the gods
    Contest with Oenomaus and Hippodamia
    Asking Neptune for horses
  Penthesilea--See Amazons, Achilles and Penthesilea
  Pentheus
    Census
      Sarcophagus, Hever Castle, Kent
      Sarcophagus, Campo Santo, Pisa
    Miscellaneous
  Perseus
    Cycles
    Single figure
    With Danaë
    The origin of coral
    Miscellaneous incidents
    Adaptations
    Perseus and Medusa (see also Gorgo)
      Perseus being armed for the fight with Medusa
      Perseus killing Medusa
      Perseus with the head of Medusa
    Perseus and Andromeda
      Andromeda alone
        Chained to the rock
        Not chained to the rock
      Perseus killing monster
        On Pegasus
        Not on Pegasus
      After the death of the sea-monster
        Perseus untying Andromeda, & c.
        Marriage and sacrifice
        Wedding feast of Perseus and Andromeda
          Phineus and his followers attack
          Phineus and his followers turned to stone
      Black Andromeda
      Adaptations
  Phaedra
    Census
      Fragment of Hippolytus sarcophagus, in the wall of Canova’s Studio, Rome
    Miscellaneous
  Phaeton
    Census
      Greco-Roman gem, Florence
      Sarcophagus, Uffizi, Florence
      Sarcophagus, Louvre, Paris
      Adaptations
    Classical art
    Cycles (post-classical)
    Phaeton before Helios
    Phaeton driving the chariot of the Sun (before the fall)
    The fall of Phaeton (without metamorphosis of Heliades/Cygnus)
    The fall of Phaeton (with metamorphosis of Heliades/Cygnus)
    After the fall
  Phanes
    Census
      Relief statue, Museo Civico, Modena 
      Miscellaneous
  Philemon and Baucis
  Philomela—see Tereus
  Philyra—see Kronos
  Phineus—see Perseus
  Phlegias
  Phrixus or Phryxus
  Picus
  Pirithous and Hippodamia—see battle of Centaurs and Lapiths
  Pitys
  Ploutos—see SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY, Wealth
  Pluto (see also Proserpina)
    Census
      Pluto and Cerberus visit a dying man, relief, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
      Pluto with Cerberus, statue, lost, formerly collection of Jacomo da Perugia, Rome
      Pluto with Cerberus, statue, lost, formerly collection of Bruto della Valle, Rome
    Miscellaneous
  Polyphemus (see also Acis, Galathea, Odyssey)
    Census
      Head, lost, formerly Dei Rossi collection?
    Classical art
    Miscellaneous
  Polyxena—see Historia Troiana
  Polyxo
  Pomona (see also Vertumnus, Horae, Seasons)
    Census
      Statue, Uffizi, Florence
      Statue, lost, formerly Ludovisi collection, Rome
    Without Vertumnus
      Single figure
      Adaptations
  Pothos—see SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY, Yearning
  Potnia Theron
  Priapus
    Census
      Herm, lost, formerly Cesi collection
    Priapus and Lotis
    Sacrifice to Priapus
    Miscellaneous
  Procne—see Tereus
  Procris (see also Cephalus and Procris)
  Procrustes—see Theseus
  Prometheus
    Cycles
    Forming the first man
    Bringing fire to mankind
    Punishment, and delivery by Hercules
  Proserpina
    Census
      Proserpina and Pluto, sarcophagus end, Palazzo Ducale, Mantua
      Statue, Museo Capitolino, Rome
      Proserpina and Pluto, relief, Cathedral, Salerno
      Head, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Statue, lost, type of statue in Galleria dei Candelabri, Rome
    Census: rape of Proserpina
      Sarcophagus, Uffizi, Florence
      Relief, Hever castle
      Sarcophagus, Soane Museum, London
      Sarcophagus, Torno Collection, Milan
      Sarcophagus, Louvre
      Sarcophagus, Campo Santo, Pisa
      Relief, Villa Doria-Pamphilij, Rome
      Sarcophagus, Palazzo Rospigliosi, Rome
      Sarcophagus, Cathedral, Salerno
      Funerary relief, lost, Codex Pighianus, 46r
      Bar-coded non-Census rape of Proserpina sarcophagi
    Cycles
    Before and after the rape
      Gathering flowers (before the rape)
      Proserpina in Hades
      Return of Proserpina
      Eleusinian cult of Proserpina
      Miscellaneous
    Rape of Proserpina
      Pluto seizes Proserpina
      Struggle in the chariot
      Pluto carries away Proserpina
      Miscellaneous
  Protesilaus
  Proteus
  Psyche (see also Amor and Psyche)
    Census
      Statue, Museo Capitolino, Rome
      Gem, formerly Grimani collection
    Miscellaneous
  Pygmalion
  Pygmies
  Pyramus and Thisbe
    Cycles
    Thisbe fleeing from the lion
    Thisbe finds the dead Pyramus
    Suicide of Thisbe
    Miscellaneous incidents
    Adaptations
  River-gods
    Census
      Rome
        Arch of Septimius Severus
        Arch of Titus
        Nile and Tiber, Campidoglio
        ‘Marforio’, Museo Capitolino
        Valle dei Caffarelli
        Nile, Vatican
        Tigris, Vatican
      Outside Rome
        Relief, Arch of Trajan, Beneventum
        Nile, statue, Piazzetta S. Angelo a Nilo, Naples
        ‘Oceanus Cesarini’, statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        ‘Oceanus Fabii’, statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Tiber, statue, Louvre, Paris
        Relief on sarcophagus end, Palazzo Ducale, Urbino
        Statue, lost, Codex Coburgensis
        Statue, location unknown, Della Porta collection, Rome
    Miscellaneous
  Rumina
  Sabazios
  Salmacis—see Hermaphrodite
  Salmoneus
  Saturn--see Kronos
  Satyrs
    Census
      Statues
        Torso, Castel Gandolfo
        Holding up grapes for a panther, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
        Wearing goatskin and pine crown, Poggio Imperiale, Florence
        Torso, Uffizi, Florence
        Dancing with cymbals, Uffizi, Florence
        Holding up grapes for a panther, Uffizi, Florence
        Three satyrs strangled by a serpent, Private Collection, Graz
        Resting, type of Glyptothek, Munich 
        Holding up grapes for a panther, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        With infant Bacchus, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Two reliefs, Museo Civico, Padua
        Playing pipes, Louvre, Paris
        Dancing, Villa Borghese, Rome
        Riding on a dolphin, Villa Borghese, Rome
        Resting, Museo Capitolino, Rome
        In garland on sarcophagus, S. Maria in Aracoeli, Rome
        Trampling grapes, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Head, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 81
        Head, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 105
        Head, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 129
        Head, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 223
        Torso, lost, formerly Della Valle collection
        Head, untraced
        Piping, untraced
        Dancing with cymbals, untraced
        Herm, untraced
        Dancing, untraced
      Gems
        Head, Antikensammlung, Berlin
        Bacchantic satyr, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        With infant Bacchus, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Supporting drunken Pan, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Embracing nymph, Museo Nazionale, Naples
    Heads and masks
    Torsoes
    Single figures
      Miscellaneous
      Bronze statuettes
      Riding/with animals 
      Resting (Praxitelean type)
    With musical instruments
    Dancing (without nymphs)
    Drinking/pouring wine
    Holding up grapes/wine
    Drunken/fallen
    Satyr family
    With children
    With hermaphrodite
    Satyrs and maenads
    Satyrs and nymphs
      Agostino Carracci engravings
      Poussin drawings
      Kissing/caressing/embracing
      Satyrs pursuing/raping nymphs
      Nymphs mocking satyrs
      Dancing
      Satyr(s) with sleeping nymph
      Satyrs fighting over nymph
      Filling a cornucopia
      Miscellaneous
    Satyr and peasant--see CLASSICAL LITERATURE, Aesop
    Miscellaneous    
    Adaptations
  Scylla, daughter of Nisus, king of Megara (see also Minos)
  Scylla, daughter of Phorcys and Hecate (see also Glaucus)
    Census
      Trapezophoros, Museo Nazionale, Naples
    Miscellaneous
    Scylla bowl (British Museum)
  Sea-gods and animals
    Census
      Atalantid, Stoa of Giants, Athens
      Tritons sarcophagus, Museo Campano, Capua
      Monsters, sarcophagus cover, Vatican, Rome
      Monsters, Teatro Marittimo, Villa Adriana, Tivoli
      Monsters, Piazza d’Oro, Villa Adriana, Tivoli
      Sea-monster ridden by a putto, lost
    Cycles
    Classical and general types
      Statues
      Nereid sarcophagi
      Classical reliefs, gems, mosaics
      Miscellaneous friezes
    Nereids and Tritons
      Nereid on Triton, hippocamp, dolphin etc.
      Nereids and Tritons, miscellaneous
      Nereids, miscellaneous
      Battle of Tritons
      Triton blowing a conch-shell
      Tritons, miscellaneous
    Sea-monsters
  Selene
    Census
      From marriage sarcophagus, San Lorenzo fuori le Mura, Rome
      From Cleobis and Biton sarcophagus, Museo Archeologico, Venice
    Miscellaneous
  Semele
  Serapis--see Jupiter Serapis
  Silenus
    Census
      Standing, Glyptothek, Munich
      With infant Bacchus, Louvre, Paris
      With wineskin, Villa Albani, Rome
      Reclining, U.S. Embassy, Rome
      Supporting himself on a staff, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Reclining, lost
    Heads and masks 
    Single figure
    With the infant Bacchus
    In scenes with other figures
    Drunken Silenus
      Carried or supported    
      In triumph/on a goat or donkey
      Lying down
  Silvanus
    Census
      Relief, Antikensammlung, Berlin
    Miscellaneous
  Sirens
    With single fish tails
    With double fish/serpent tails
    With bird tails
    With human legs
    With ornamental scrolls for tails
    With claws
  Sisyphus
  Sphinx
    Census
      Two basalt sphinxes, Louvre, Paris
      Relief, House of Crescenzio, Rome
      From amoretti sarcophagus, Torcello, Venice
      Relief, lost (formerly Casa Galli)
      Statue, lost
      Relief (?), unidentified
    Single figure, sculpted in the round
    With other figures, in narrative/symbolic contexts
    Miscellaneous
  Styx, river
  Syria, Dea
    Census
      Altar, Museo Capitolino, Rome
      Statue, lost, formerly Mattei collection
    Miscellaneous
  Tages
  Talus (Perdix)--see Daedalus
  Tantalus
  Taras
  Tartarus (see also Elysian fields)
  Telamon
  Telemus
  Telephos
  Telesphorus
  Tellus
  Tereus
  Terminus
  Terra--see MAGIC AND SCIENCE, Earth
  Themis
  Theophane
  Theseus
    Census
      Fresco, destroyed, formerly Herculaneum
    Cycles
    Individual scenes
      Theseus finding his father's shoes and sword under a stone
      Theseus and Cerceyon
      Theseus and Procroustes
      Theseus and the Centaur
      Theseus and the bull of Marathon
      Young Athenians drawing lots
      Theseus killing the minotaur
      Theseus and Ariadne
      Theseus and the Amazons
      Miscellaneous
  Thetis (see also Peleus and Thetis)
    Jupiter and Thetis
    Neptune and Thetis
    Miscellaneous
  Thiae
  Tiresias
  Titans (see also Giants)
  Tityus
  Triptolemos
  Trophonius
  Typhon
  Ulysses--see Odyssey
  Underworld--see Hades
  Uranus
  Venus
    Census
      Standing
        Statue, draped below hips, Villa Reale, Caserta
        Statue, draped low, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
        Statue, pudica, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
        Statue, with dolphin, Palazzo Pitti, Florence
        Statue, with jar, Palazzo Pitti, Florence
        Statue, with dolphin (Medici Venus), Uffizi, Florence
        Statue, draped behind, Uffizi, Florence
        Statue, with Amor, Uffizi, Florence
        Statuette, Venus Panthea, British Museum, London
        Statue, partly draped, J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu
        Statue, Venus Genetrix type, Palazzo Ducale, Mantua
        Statue, Pudica Santa Croce, Glyptothek, Munich
        Statue, Cnidian type, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Statue, Genetrix type, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Statue, Kallipygos, Museo Nazionale, Naples 
        Statue, with Amor, Louvre, Paris 
        Torso, Louvre, Paris
        Statue, Pudica, Rockefeller Collection, Pocantico Hills, New York State
        Statue, Venus or sea nymph, Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight
        Statue, with dolphin, Villa Borghese, Rome
        Statue, with Amor riding on a dolphin, Museo Capitolino, Rome
        Statue, Pudica (Cnidian), Museo Torlonia, Rome
        Statue, Venus Hygieia, Vatican, Rome
        Statue, Venus Felix, with Amor, Vatican, Rome
        Statue, Venus of Cnidos, Vatican, Rome
        Statue, ‘ex Balneo’, Vatican, Rome
        Statue, Pudica with Amor riding on a dolphin, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Statue, Pudica semi-draped, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Statue, headless, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Statuette, with Amor, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Statuette, headless, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Statuette, Venus Sosandra, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Statue, Genetrix type, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
        Statuette, bronze, Granvella Venus, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
        Statue, lost, in the Ciampolini collection in 16th century
        Statue, lost, in the Maffei collection in 16th century
        Statue, lost, in collection of Cardinal Bibbiena in 16th century
        Statue, lost, formerly in Cevoli and Borghese collections 
        Statuette, lost, type known in Raphael’s circle
        Statue, nude, arms missing, unidentified
        Fragment, Venus binding sandal, unidentified
        Statue, drawn twice from behind, unidentified
        Statue, Venus both nude and draped, unidentified
        Statue, Venus pudica torso, unidentified
        Statuette, Venus binding sandal, unidentified
        Statuette, Anadyomene draped, unidentified
        Relief, Venus on a dolphin, from lost Daedalus and Icarus sarcophagus
        Statues, Jacopo Strada drawings, unidentified
      Crouching
        Statue, British Museum, London (from Windsor Castle)
        Relief, from funerary urn of M. Coelius Superstes, British Museum, London
        Statue, Prado, Madrid 
        Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Statue, Museo delle Terme, Rome
        Statue, lost, in Mellini collection in 16th century
        Statue, Codex Pighianus fol. 180, unidentified
        Statue, Jan de Bisschop, unidentified
      Seated
        Statue, Giardino di Boboli, Rome
        Statue, Museo di Chiaramonti, Vatican, Rome
      Heads and busts
        Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum, Braunschweig
        Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Gems
         Venus on a lion, Museo Nazionale, Naples 
         Venus on a goat, Museo Nazionale, Naples
         Venus with Amor and Hermaphrodite, Museo Nazionale, Naples
       Venus of Aphrodisias
          Residenzmuseum, Munich
          Museo Nazionale, Naples 
    Single figure
      Classical types
        Cnidian
        De Milo
        Genetrix
        Kallipygos
        Archaic support type
      Venus Pudica
        Capitoline
        Capitoline type
        De' Medici
        De' Medici type
        Without dolphin or jar
        Draped
        Unrestored torsoes
        Adaptations
      Standing
        Draped/semi-draped
          Semi-draped: statues drawn by Pierre Jacques
          Legs draped, with drapery knotted low in front
          Miscellaneous
        Nude
      Crouching
      Seated
      Heads and busts
    Venus Anadyomene/Birth of Venus
      Ludovisi Throne, Rome
      Botticelli
      Squeezing her hair dry
      Not squeezing her hair dry
      Adaptations
    Aspects
      Venus Marina
        Without veil or sail
        With veil or sail
      Venus Frigida (Sine Baccho et Cerere friget Venus)
      Armed Venus—see Venus Victrix
      Venus Genetrix—see Classical Types, Venus Verticordia
      Venus Verticordia
      Venus Victrix
      Venus Virgo
      Winged Venus
    Attributes
      Apple
      Doves
      Girdle
      Swan/goose
      Sword
      Symbols of fertility
      Tortoise
    Reclining
    Sleeping
    Toilet and bath of Venus
      Untying a sandal
      Removing a thorn from her foot
      Bathing
      Drying/dressing
      Venus combing her hair
      Venus combed and adorned by the Graces
      Venus holding a mirror
      With a mirror, but not holding it    
      Miscellaneous
    Triumph of Venus
      Marine
      Terrestrial/aerial
    Cult
      Worship
      Sacrifice
      On the island of Cythera
    Venus and Amor
      Alone
        Venus standing
        Venus seated
          Embracing Amor
          Not embracing Amor
        Venus crouching
        Venus reclining
        Various types and incidents
          Venus punishing/disarming/clipping the wings of Amor
          Amor directing his weapons at Venus
          Venus holding arrow/Amor handing arrow to Venus
          Amor blindfold
          Venus holding heart or torch
          Winged Venus and Amor—see Winged Venus
          Venus lactans
          Amor stung by bees or holding honeycomb
          Miscellaneous
    With other figures
      With musician
      With satyr or shepherd
      Miscellaneous
    With other deities
      Amoretti
      Apollo
      Athena and Hercules—see SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY, Allegories of Art
      Bacchus
      Diana
      Graces or nymphs
      Juno
      Jupiter
      Kronos
      Mars—see Mars and Venus
      Mercury
      Neptune
      Pluto
      Vulcan—see Vulcan
      Miscellaneous
    Venus and other figures
      Aeneas
      Anchises
      Emperor
      Paris
      Miscellaneous
    Venus in allegorical images
    Adaptations
  Vertumnus and Pomona
    Cycles
    Vertumnus in the guise of an old woman, Pomona clothed
    Vertumnus in the guise of an old woman, Pomona nude
    Vertumnus as a man
    Vertumnus alone, without Pomona
    Vertumnus and Pomona: adaptations
  Vesta and Vestals
    Census
      Statue, so-called Hestia Giustiniani, Villa Albani, Rome
      Unidentified Jacopo Strada drawings
    Miscellaneous
  Victory
    Census
      Reliefs, Arch of Trajan, Benevento
      Statues, Skulpturensammlung, Berlin
      Reliefs, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
      Relief, Victories with bull, Uffizi, Florence
      Reliefs on a candelabrum base, Hever Castle
      Reliefs, Victories killing bulls, Glyptothek, Munich 
      Gem, Victory driving a chariot, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Sarcophagus, Camposanto, Pisa 
      Relief, Victory writing on shield, Arch of Constantine, Rome
      Reliefs, Victories with trophies, Arch of Constantine, Rome
      Sarcophagus, Victories holding shield, Villa Doria Pamphilij, Rome
      Reliefs from Decennalia base, Foro Romano, Rome
      Figured capital, San Lorenzo fuori le mura, Rome 
      Relief, winged Victory, Arch of Titus, Rome
      Reliefs from base of Trajan’s Column, Rome
      Relief, Victory writing on shield, Trajan’s Column, Rome
      Coin, Victory crowning charioteer, Kress Collection, New York
      Relief, Victory restored as Fame (?), lost
      Coin or medallion, Victory holding a shield, unidentified
    Victory of Samothrace, Louvre
    Temple of Nike Apteros
    Flying
    Single figure, miscellaneous
    Riding a chariot
    On or with globe
    With trophies
    Sacrificing a bull
    Making libations
    Holding a shield with inscription
    Writing/carving on a shield
    Holding a garland
    Crowning
    With other figures
    Adaptations
  Vulcan
    Census
      Relief, forge of Vulcan, Louvre, Paris
      Sarcophagus, forge of Vulcan, Museo Capitolino, Rome
    Cycle
    Single figure
    Miscellaneous incidents
    Vulcan and Venus (not in forge)
    Vulcan and Venus fondling Amor
    The forge of Vulcan
      Thetis in the forge of Vulcan
      Venus and Amor in the forge of Vulcan
      Miscellaneous
    The return of Vulcan to Olympus
  Zetes
  Historia Troiana
    Cycles
    The building of Troy
    Paris
      Single figure
      Paris and Oenone
      Miscellaneous scenes from life
      Dream of Paris
      Judgement of Paris
        Preliminary scenes
          Goddesses descend to earth
          Paris receives the apple from Mercury
        Census
        Classical art
        With Mercury
        Without Mercury
        With river-gods
        Mercury brings the apple to Venus
        Adaptations
      Paris and Helen
        Census
        Cycle
        Before/after rape of Helen
        Helen, without Paris, miscellaneous
        Rape of Helen
    Trojan War
      Census
      Scenes
        Mourning over warriors
        Battle of Greeks and Centaurs
        Contest for the Palladium
        Interference of the gods
        Battle around Troy
        Trojan horse
        Sack of Troy
        Miscellaneous
      Heroes and Heroines of the Trojan War
        Achilles
          Census
          Cycles
          Miscellaneous
          Scenes from his life
            Birth and dipping into Styx
            Youth and education
            On Scyros, among the daughters of Lycomedes
            With Briseis (see Briseis); Athena restrains Achilles’ anger
            Sulking in his tent
            With Patroclus
            Thetis comforting Achilles
            Thetis and the arms of Achilles
            Achilles and Troilus
            Achilles and Memnon
            Achilles and Penthesilea
            Achilles and Ajax playing a game
            Achilles killing Hector—see Hector
            Death of Achilles I: arrow in heel or ankle
            Death of Achilles II: ambush in temple of Apollo
            The contest over Achilles’ arms
            Achilles during the Trojan war:, miscellaneous
            The tomb of Achilles
        Aegisthos
        Aeneas
          Deification
          Miscellaneous
        Agamemnon
        Ajax, son of Telamon
          Miscellaneous
          Ulysses and Ajax with the arms of Achilles
        Ajax, son of Oïleus
        Anchises
        Andromache
        Antilochus
        Briseis
        Calchas
        Cassandra
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Chryseis
        Diomedes
        Hector
          Single figure
          In warfare (not against Achilles)
          Hector and Andromache
          Hector and Priam
          Death of Hector
          Hector’s body dragged behind Achilles’ chariot
          Ransoming, mourning and burial of Hector’s body
          Miscellaneous
        Hecuba
        Helenus
        Hercules
        Iphigenia
        Laomedon
        Machaon
        Memnon
        Menelaus
          Mourning the loss of Helen
          With the body of Patroclos
          Meeting Helen at the fall of Troy
          Miscellaneous
        Neoptolemus
        Nestor
        Orestes
        Palamedes
        Patroclus
        Philoctetes
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Polymestor
        Polyxena
        Priam
        Protesilaus
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Pyrrhus
        Scamander, river
        Talthybius
        Teucer
        Troilus
        Tydeus
        Unidentified and miscellaneous
  Odyssey
    Census
    Cycles
    Scenes
      Calypso
      Nausicaa
      Polyphemus devouring Odysseus' companions
      Blinding of Polyphemus
      Polyphemus throwing stones
      Aeolus
      Land of the Laestrygones
      Circe
      Odysseus descends into the underworld
      Scylla and Charybdis
      Thrinacia: Odysseus' men devour Apollo's cattle
      Sirens
      Return to Ithaca: miscellaneous scenes
      Penelope
      Odysseus recognised by his dog
      The slaying of the suitors
      Odysseus and Penelope reunited
      Odysseus: single figure
      Odyssey: miscellaneous scenes
      Adaptations
  Aeneid
    Census
    Cycles
      Manuscripts
        London, British Library, Kings 24
        London, Sotheby’s, 1 July 1946
        Oxford, Bodleian Library, Can. Class. Lat. 52
        Rome, The Vatican Virgil, Vat. Lat. 3225
      Paintings and tapestries
        Modena, Niccolò dell’Abate
        Rubens
        Dutch tapestries ca 1640
        Vicenza, Tiepolo
      Prints
        G.M. Mitelli after the Carracci, Bologna
        C. Cesio after Pietro da Cortona, Rome
        After Cotelle, Saint-Cloud
        After Coypel, Palais Royal
        S. Bottschildt
        B. Pinelli
    Scenes
      Book I
        Cycles
        Juno and Aeolus
        The storm which drives Aeneas to Carthage
        Neptune calms the storm: ‘Quos ego—!’
        Aeneas lands in Libya, and hunts deer
        Venus before Jupiter
        Venus appears to Aeneas and Achates
        Dido and the ghost of Sychaeus
        Dido and the oxhide
        The building of Carthage
        Aeneas and Achates see the paintings in the temple of Juno
        Aeneas and Achates appear before Dido
        Dido showing Aeneas her palace
        Amor in the guise of Ascanius on hhis way to Dido, bearing gifts
        Dido’s banquet
      Book II
        The Trojan Horse and the sack of Troy (cf. Historia Troiana)
         Venus prevents Aeneas from killing Helen
        Creusa on her knees before Aeneas
        Ascanius with a flame over his head
        Aeneas flees Troy, with Anchises, Ascanius and Creusa
        Aeneas flees Troy, with Anchises and Ascanius, without Creusa
        Aeneas flees Troy, with Anchises only
      Book III
        The Trojans build their fleet
        Aeneas uprooting the myrtle on the tomb of Polydorus  
        Aeneas at the temple of Apollo on Delos
        The plague in Crete
        Achaemenides the Greek
      Book IV
        Dido and Aeneas cycles
          4th century mosaic from Low Ham, Somerset
          Cassoni, workshop of Apollonio di Giovanni
          17th century Brussels tapestries
          Tapestries and cartoons, G.F. Romanelli
          17th century Flemish tapestries, Hopetoun House, Edinburgh
          Frescoes, Rome, Palazzo Massimo alle Colonne, Perino del Vaga
          Frieze, London, 20 Portman Square, Angelica Kaufmann
        Dido’s sacrifice to Juno
        The royal hunt and storm
        Mercury calling Aeneas away from Dido
        Aeneas leaving Dido
        Dido abandoned/committing suicide, alone
        Dido abandoned/committing suicide, with other figures
        Dido and Aeneas, miscellaneous
      Book V
        Sacrifice at the tomb of Anchises
        The ship race
        The running race
        The boxing match
        The women burn the ships
        The death of Palinurus
      Book VI
        Aeneas meeting the Sibyl
        Misenus
        Aeneas plucks the golden bough
        Aeneas and the Sibyl enter the underworld
        The shade of Palinurus
        Crossing the Styx
        Cerberus
        The shade of Dido
        The Elysian fields
      Book VII
        The Trojans pass the isle of Circe
        The Trojans land in Italy
        Lavinia
        Allecto foments war
        Ascanius shoots the stag of Silvia
      Book VIII
        Turnus declares war
        Tiberinus appears in a dream to Aeneas
        Venus presenting arms to Aeneas
        Miscellaneous
      Books IX-XII
        Turnus besieging the Trojans
        The council of the gods
        Camilla
        Aeneas and Ascanius sacrificing
        Venus healing the wound of Aeneas
        The death of Turnus
        Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
  Argonauts
    Cycles
    Argonauts: miscellaneous
    Jason and Pelias
    Building of the Argo/first expedition of the Argonauts
    Jason and the fire-breathing oxen
    Jason and the dragon
    The golden fleece
    Jason and Creusa
    Jason: single figure
    Jason and Medea
    Medea
      Census
      Cycles
      Classical art
      Medea and her children
      Medea rejuvenating Aeson/killing Pelias
      Single figure and miscellaneous scenes
  Historia Thebana
    Cycles
    Cadmus--see Cadmus
    Oedipus
      Birth and finding
      Oedipus and the sphinx
      Miscellaneous
    Jocasta
    The tiger of Thebes
    Tydeus
    Polyneices and Eriphyle
    Eteocles and Polyneices
    Antigone
    Adrastus
    The taking of Thebes
    Miscellaneous