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THE FATES.
The three Fates, Lachesis, Atropos, and Clotho. Woodcut, 1513, by Hans Baldung Grien.
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0096144
HOME REMEDY MANUAL, c1904.
'The Ills of Life, and How to Cure Them.' Cover of an American home medicine booklet, c1904, by S.B. Hartman, M.D.
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0056360
THE FATES.
Clotho holds the distaff and spins the thread of life; Lachesis draws it out and measures it; Atropos cuts it off with her shears. Gravure after a painting by Paul Thumann.
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0071411
SHAKESPEARE: MACBETH.
Play by William Shakespeare. Wood engraving after Sir John Gilbert (1817-1897).
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0048822
FATES GATHERING IN STARS.
Oil on canvas by Elihu Vedder, 1887.
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0092336
TRIPLE ALLIANCE, 1888.
'"The Sisters Three;" or, The Triple Alliance.' English cartoon by Sir John Tenniel, 1888, likening the Triple Alliance of (right-to-left) Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy with the three Fates of ancient Greek mythology.
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0052982
SHAKESPEARE: MACBETH.
Wood engraving after Sir John Gilbert (1817-1897) for William Shakespeare's 'Macbeth.'
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0004912
SHAKESPEARE: MACBETH.
Wood engraving from an English newspaper depicting a scene from William Shakespeare's 'Macbeth,' 1858.
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0052981
SHAKESPEARE: MACBETH.
Play by William Shakespeare. Wood engraving after Sir John Gilbert (1817-1897).
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0048824
ASTROLOGY WITH FATES.
French cabalistic manuscript illumination, c1400.
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0096641
ATALANTA AND MELEAGER.
The birth of Meleager. Copper engraving, Dutch, 18th century, after a painting by Charles Le Brun (1619-1690).
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0104722
THE FATES.
The three Fates, Lachesis, Atropos, and Clotho. Woodcut, 1513, by Hans Baldung Grien.
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0090018
CARTOON: ELECTION OF 1868.
'The Democratic Hell-Broth.' American cartoon by Thomas Nast, 1868, deriding Democratic presidential nominee Horatio Seymour (right) and his running mate, Francis Prestion Blair, Jr., (left) for their white-supremacist, pro-Southern platform.
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GREECE: APHRODITE.
Parthenon East Pediment K-L-M: Hestia, Dione, Aphrodite ('The Fates'). RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
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LITERATURE & THE ARTS.
The three Fates, Canto XI singing the praises of Lucrezia Gonzaga Gazuolo, Matteo Bandello (1485-1561), title page, 1545. Full credit: De Agostini / G. Costa / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.