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  1. Perseus

  2. Danaë, Perseus in the chest; Acrisius sending them away Providence Painter, Attic red-figured lekythos (c. 480-470 BC).Toledo Museum of Art (Perseus Project).

  3. Danaë and Perseus, detail

  4. Perseus slays Medusa as Hermes looks on Attic black figure olpe, by the Amasis Painter (?) ca. 550 BCE. British Museum (Perseus Project)

  5. Perseus running Side A, Attic red figure Panathenaic amphora Berlin Painter (?). Ca 490 BCE. Munich, Antikensammlungen (Perseus Project)

  6. Gorgon running Side B

  7. Perseus pursuing a Gorgon Attic black figure kyathos (ca. 510 BCE). J. Paul Getty Museum,Malibu (Perseus Project)

  8. Gorgon from previous vase

  9. Gorgon running Attic black figure volute krater. Kleitias ca. 570-560 BCE. Florence, Archaeological Museum (Perseus Project)

  10. Gorgon on Athena’s aegis Attic red figure amphora, Andokides Painter(?), ca. 525 BCE, Berlin, Anikenmuseen (Perseus Project)

  11. Athena with aegis and gorgon Attic black figure calyx krater, by the Rycroft Painter (?), ca. 520-515 BCE. Toledo Museum of Art (Perseus Project)

  12. Gorgon on Athena’s shield Attic black figure neck amphora, By the Amasis Painter (?), ca. 530-520 BCE. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (Perseus Project)

  13. Memnon with a Gorgon on his shield Attic red figure calyx krater. Name vase of the Tyszkiewicz Painter, ca. 490-480 BCE. Museum Of Fine Arts, Boston (Perseus Project)

  14. Gorgoneion Attic red figure hydria (Late Archaic / Early Classical), British Museum (Perseus Project)

  15. Perseus with the head of Medusa Benvenuto Cellini Bronze, 18 feet. 1545-54, Loggi dei Lanzi, Florence

  16. Medusa Caravaggio, after 1590; Oil on canvas mounted on wood; Uffizi Gallery, Florence