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" ... eyes, and with the other she is lifting her lance and about to kill him. By comparison Diana must seem to be having a closer fight with Venus for victory. Venus has been struck by Diana's arrow only on the surface of the body, on her crown and garland,... "
Isabella D'Este, Marchioness of Mantua, 1474-1539: A Study of the Renaissance - עמוד 331
מאת Julia Mary Cartwright Ady - 1903 - 892 דפים
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The Cities of Umbria

Edward Hutton - 1905 - 303 דפים
...Venus and Love. Pallas must appear almost to have vanquished Love. After breaking his golden arrows and silver bow, and flinging them at her feet, she...ways as you can best imagine — with the lascivious troops of fauns, satyrs, and thousands of little loves. These last will be smaller than the god Cupid,...
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Art in Renaissance Italy

John T. Paoletti, Gary M. Radke - 2005 - 576 דפים
...the surface of the body, on her crown and garland, or on a veil she may have around her; and part of Diana's raiment will have been singed by the torch of Venus, but nowhere else will either of them have been wounded. Beyond these four deities, the most chaste nymphs...
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