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Maenads beating Pentheus, early 17th century (pen & brown ink with brown, blue & Featured Music Image

Maenads beating Pentheus, early 17th century (pen & brown ink with brown, blue &

CTS449147 Maenads beating Pentheus, early 17th century (pen & brown ink with brown, blue & grey washes) by Passe, Crispin I de (c.1565-1637); 4.7x6.8 cm; Collection of the Duke of Devonshire, Chatsworth House, UK; (add.info.: Drawing from an album of emblems, other book illustrations and miscellanea; In Euripides tragic play The Bacchae, the Theban king Pentheus is set upon and torn to pieces by maenads from the retinue of Dionysus after he attempted to ban the rites of this god;); © Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth; Reproduced by permission of Chatsworth Settlement Trustees; Dutch, out of copyright

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Greek Art. Greece. Skyphos (5th-4th centuries). It depicts a Featured Music Image

Greek Art. Greece. Skyphos (5th-4th centuries). It depicts a

Greek Art. Greece. Skyphos dated between late 5th century and early 4th century. It depicts a wedding procession. Courtship with dancer and musician playing the double flute. Ceramics with black figures on a red. National Archaeological Museum. Athens

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Allegory of Arithmetic, 1650 (oil on canvas) Featured Music Image

Allegory of Arithmetic, 1650 (oil on canvas)

WLT218460 Allegory of Arithmetic, 1650 (oil on canvas) by La Hyre, Laurent de (1606-56); 103.6x112 cm; Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, USA; (add.info.: The importance of the intellect was often celebrated in representations of the Seven Liberal Arts: Grammar, Rhetoric, Logic, Geometry, Arithmetic, Astronomy, and Music, personified as poised young women in a setting and clothing suggestive of ancient Greece, home of Western abstract thought. On the book held by Arithmetic is the name of the Greek mathematician Pythagoras, while on the worksheet are the primary mathematical functions: addition, subtraction, and multiplication. ); French, out of copyright

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