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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, misc.

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
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