Viaticus in Regnum of Ancient Scientia
19 Nov 2014 2 Comments
by THE ANCIENT LIBRARIAN
in ANCIENT GREECE, ANCIENT LIBRARIES
Tags: ANCIENT WORLD, ART, CLASSICS, DREAMS, GREEK MYTHOLOGY, JOURNAL, LIBRARIES, MEDITATION, MUSEUMS, MYTHOLOGY
Merry-Joseph Blondel ~ Hecuba and Polyxena (1781-1853)
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Nov 20, 2014 @ 11:02:30
Wow, what an incredible piece of art. Captivating!
THE ANCIENT LIBRARIAN
Nov 21, 2014 @ 19:55:32
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