1550 Meister der Schule von Fontainebleau Diana the Huntress
















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  1. Dionysus Riding the Leopard. Mosaic. Delos: House of Masks. Source: Pinterest.
  2. École de Fontainbleau. Diana the Huntress. 1550. Oil on canvas. Paris: Louvre. Wikimedia Commons.
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The Fifth Decad

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Cantos LII - LXXI

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